On October 17, 2020, I took our 2011 Hyundai Tucson into Koon's Hyundai dealership in Woodbridge, VA. I had to leave the vehicle over the weekend, but was called shortly after and told that the vehicle's underbody was completely corroded, but that Hyundai would be covering it under warranty. The part they would be replacing was the subframe. In mid December 2020, the part finally came in from Korea and I was given a call from the dealership telling me that the bolts were corroded onto the subframe so they would have to cut off both control arms which did not require replacement. This would cost around $1500. After hearing this I pushed back and said that I was not going to pay this. I went through numerous difficult phone calls with Hyundai Corporate Customer, I was told that Hyundai would not cover the parts they would have to damage due to replacement of the corroded subframe. While this made no sense to me and showed me that I never want to do business with Hyundai again, I could not stop there. I did some research and found with the paperwork to the vehicle that we purchased in March 2018 (the recall was issued in May 2017) paperwork that said the vehicle had 0 recalls. I then went after the dealership, who put me in contact with their Hyundai dealer who had gotten this same issue repaired under warranty by Hyundai a good number of times and he was very confident it would be covered under "consequential damage" due to repair of the recall. I got the call from the Hyundai dealership's Service Manager on Friday saying that he was stunned that Hyundai would not agree to cover. He said that in his 20 years with the company, they always did right by their customers and did not understand why this would change all of a sudden. In total, my wife and I, both public school teachers have been without a second vehicle for over 5 months now.. I am picking my wife up each day from work and she has been Ubering in for 3 weeks now, as we had hoped we would get a resolution. Will fight this to the end.