We bought two Getz 2005 1.6 Litre vehicles, one four door manualand the other a three door automatic. Everything is wonderful and in a month I have travelled nearly 8,000km (manual vehicle).
The only thing with which we are dissatisfied is the fact that the key design for the central locking system has the switch on the side of the key head. Simply putting the key in a pocket which has a few coins, or having a key ring with other keys will unlock the car. This has happened many times with both cars.
The range of the signal of the key allows the car to unlock accidently from quite a long distance. I have been shopping in a super market, in a doctors surgery, in my studio and the key has been activated without me in sight of the vehicle.
My wife, in the automatic, has had the car unlock with the key merely sitting on her hand.
We often have to carry expensive equipment (computers, musical instruments etc) and this failure of security is really not good. A letter to Hyundai suggested that, as my complaints were the only ones they have had it couldnot be a key design fault.
I am interested if anyone has a similar problem.