I bought a new Hyundai I30 Petrol Elite Hatchback and after 1500 km, the motor blew up. Vehicle was repaired by Hyundai Dealership which took 2 months as a new motor had to be imported from Korea. I was given a Avis hire car but found when checking the paperwork that there was a $2500 Excess so returned the vehicle. My mechanic then discovered that when new motor installed the driveshaft oil seal had been damaged and the heater hose also damaged. I then took the vehicle to another Hyundai Dealership they tried to repair but left the engine bolts loose. Car was driven for one month with a loose engine and taken back to Hyundai several times before it was discovered they had forgotten to do up the bolts. Motor is now overheating and has oil leak and I called RACQ Insurance who also discovered fuel injector leak, noisy tappets and suspected electrical wiring faulty and vehicle returned on 18 March 2016 to original Hyundai Dealership where vehicle was purchased. I have written to both the Dealer and the CEO of Hyundai Australia requesting a full refund of the purchase price of $26,304.00 within 7 business days and have received phone calls from both saying they are looking into it but nothing further.