Tong: Kia, Hyundai Under Investigation for Making Easily Stolen Vehicles

Attorney General William Tong and East Hartford Police Chief Scott Sansom during a press conference on June 20, 2023. Photo credit: Hugh McQuaid, CTNewsJunkie

West Hartford Police received a donation of steering wheel locks from Hyunda to distribute to owners of Hyundai vehicles are also West Hartford residents.

By Hugh McQuaid, CTNewsJunkie.com 

Connecticut Attorney General William Tong ramped up efforts to force auto manufacturers Kia and Hyundai to install anti-theft technology in their vehicles on Tuesday when he announced a consumer protection investigation into easily stolen cars.

“We’re deploying our investigators, we’re deploying our lawyers and we’re going to put a lot of heat on them,” Tong said during a late morning press conference.

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