I'm ambivalent. I will say though that we had a Kia Sportabe, Kia being a different division of the same firm, the current model, and it was hateful. Just because your little car has been brilliant was no consolation to us when the clutch exploded at 900 miles. Then it needed new trajling arm bushes at 20,000 miles. Then it started developing an intermitted hesitation that the dealer couldn't sort, but by then we'd decided to get rid anyway.
Thats why comments like, "Ive had my Ford Tippex for 999 years and its done e=mc2 miles, and I've not even had to top up the screenwash" bring nothing to the party. It doesn't change the poor unfortunate OP's experience, and isn't even relevant to his situation.
Your Hyndai might be lovely. But that doesn't automatically mean someone elses is lovely, or that your next one will be. Thus it is a meaningless observation, though doubtless, of course, trotted out with good intent.
Having not heard anything about the Hyundai Elantra problem I was curious about what was going on, hence my post asking "Whats the problem with Hyundai?". Your post "It's a Hyundai." was unnecessary and unhelpful.