HYUNDAI and its sister company Kia say they'll pay up to $US395 million to US consumers as part of a proposed settlement over overstated petrol mileage.
The car manufacturers faced lawsuits after they acknowledged in November that they had overstated the fuel economy of some of its vehicles.
The companies have offered annual payments to owners to cover added costs for petrol and to acknowledge the inconvenience.
They are now putting a number on how much they would offer for another option, a lump-sum payment.
Hyundai would pay up to $US210 million and Kia up to $US185 million. The total value depends on how many consumers opt for the one-time payment.
The companies on Monday said the amount varies but would average $US353 per Hyundai owner and lessees and $6US67 for Kia.
Source: News Ltd
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