I feel the same way. When I heard about the false MPG rating I was shocked that this was coming from Hyundai and Kia. It wasn't like they were off by a large number either.Yes. There are disclaimers for everything. 40 MPG seems to be this magical number that all manufacturers are trying to hit, but Hyundai and Kia fell short. I am an optimist and I believe they believed their cars were doing well, until people started complaining and they were forced to revise their numbers and their testing process. They made a mistake, and they are owning up to it. Not only are they saying "We goofed!", they are attempting reimbursement. Overall, I am pleased. They live up to everything else about their brand. I'm not throwing the baby out with the bathwater because of a number that may or may not be realistic.