HARI ng sablay! Claudine Barretto stuck with a Hyundai 350 mini bus ‘lemon’ and she’s not happy

Celebrity Claudine Barretto believes her Hyundai mini bus sucks.

Barretto went on social media to express her frustration to Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) of bilyonaryo Richard Lee.

But Barretto’s complaints have so far fallen on deaf ears.

“To Hyundai Philippines, I bought an H350 just late last year and it turned out that the van you gave us is a lemon car. We tried to reach out , complained, etc. Most especially, we wanted to have mine replaced since we were promised that it might be replaced,” said Barretto on Instagram.

“Another one was bought by my Aunt and my God, ang laki ng pagkakaiba.

I hope you can do something before its too late” she added.

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To the management of Hyundai Philippines @hyundaiph

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Barretto did not cite the specific problems with her mini bus
(14-seater worth P2.8 million) and how many time she went to the casa
for repairs.

Under Republic Act No. 10642, a vehicle buyer can invoke the Lemon Law rights within the 12 months of acquisition or the first 20,000 kilometers of operation but only after at least four (4) separate repair attempts have been made and the issue remained unresolved.

By the way, Barretto shared her plan to have her “coaster” pimped by Atoy but we’re not sure if this was the lemon Hyundai.

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Thank you @atoycustoms for helping me plan to customize my Coaster for Next year #manilaproofed

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