Hyundai Warranty Details

A lot of people ask about different factory warranties for newer cars that we offer, especially Kia and Hyundai, who both have started offering amazing warranties over the years. As most savvy car shoppers know, car warranties can vary greatly in length and system(s) covered, so there is understandably a great deal of confusion when comparing. Because warranties are a determining factor when people are looking to buy a new car, we thought an article on Hyundai Warranty Details would be appropriate. For starters, up until recently, Hyundai has had a less-than stellar reputation. They were previously known for manufacturing cars that were short-lived and would run into more mechanical problems than they were worth. In the past few years, however, Hyundai (and its sister company, Kia) have really stepped up their game, and are gaining a great deal of momentum in the used car market. One of the major advances Hyundai has made has been in the warranty that they offer with every single new car that they sell. When they announced this new warranty, it created an unprecedented new high for manufacturer warranty, finally getting the Korean car maker some attention. The Hyundai Warranty Details are as follows:

  • Warranty is good for 10 years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first.
  • The warranty only applies to the original purchaser/owner of the vehicle at the 10 year/100,000 mile number — purchased direct from a Hyundai New Car Store.
  • Every owner beyond the first owner qualifies a 5 year/60,000 mile warranty.
  • Warranty is a Powertrain Warranty only, meaning it covers the engine, transmission, and related components.
  • The Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty is good for all owners, for 5 years/60,000 miles and includes a great deal more than the Powertrain. It includes A/C, Radio and Speakers with Audio, Major Electrical Components, Sensors, Fuel Systems on the new Hyundai.
  • Excludes free-maintenances, like an oil change, brake repair, fluid flush, etc.

Those are the basics of the Hyundai Warranty Details. If you want to know the best details, as they apply to your Hyundai or one that you are considering purchasing, call a local Hyundai dealership, ask for the Service Department, and tell them that you would like to find out the remaining Warranty on a Hyundai vehicle. They will ask for the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), and should be able to answer the question in just a few minutes. If all else fails, post a comment here, and/or email us with your VIN# and we can find out for you!

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