Advice? New Car breaks cause shaking
1. Just leased a new 2020 sonata, came with 150km on the odometer (lease contract state 15km, but was so tired of arguing during the delivery for 2 hours, didn't want to argue more once i realized, and figured that the 120km is really small increase and i got a good price).
2. I noticed the breaks when not pressed down all the way would some sometimes cause shaking (especially when going down hill), a friend of mine who is a car buff said it will likely just go away after a couple days of driving the car.
3. Fast forward 1 week at 380km on the odometer it hasn't stopped, so now I'm calling the dealer to see if they will fix it (breaks aren't under warranty so I'm guessing I'm screwed).
Has anyone experienced something similar and have tips on how to deal with the dealership?
PS: I live in Quebec (I'm hoping the consumer protection laws will help out)
UPDATE: Hyundai's customer satisfaction team was able to help me resolve the issue, I recommend if you encounter anything similar to give em a call the number (As of July 2020) is 1-888-216-2626