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(USA Today)   USA Today "reporter" unable to navigate a simple web page to see that Hyundai owners can easily figure out their rebate and read an apology for false MPG claims. Bonus: Hyundai spokesman smacks him around like a small child   ( usatoday.com) divider line
    More: Followup, USA TODAY, Hyundai, kia, web pages, Hyundai owners  
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