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Pedal throw seems unusually long on my new-to-me XL. Is this something Hyundai is known for? The brakes aren't spongy when they do finally engage and the pads and rotors are new.
 

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As long as you're stopping just fine, I don't see an issue.

I'm 6' 2" and I have to move the chair pretty forward to be able to properly bottom-out the brake pedal. When I just got the car I presumed that it had the same pedal travel as my Caliber did. I guess it's a good thing that my car has automatic collision prevention braking.
 

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As long as you're stopping just fine, I don't see an issue.

I'm 6' 2" and I have to move the chair pretty forward to be able to properly bottom-out the brake pedal. When I just got the car I presumed that it had the same pedal travel as my Caliber did. I guess it's a good thing that my car has automatic collision prevention braking.
I'll guess we'll just have to keep it all in perspective. This is not a performance vehicle.
 
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