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Dear Sirs Please be informed that we bought a Azera car from UAE and now we use it in Iran and now the car have some problem in engine and other parts, but the Hyundai's agent in Iran wouldn't give us any services and the car is in priod of waranty. Would you please let us know how we should receive the services. Thanks Samavi my email address: [email protected]

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Your best solution is to hire an international lawyer to contact Hyundai Manufacturing in Korea & threaten a lawsuit. Hyundai Manfacturing in Korea has agreements around the world to support its warranty agreements, whether you're in Iran or Russia or on Mars!

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