Every new Hyundai is built to the highest quality standards which allow us to offer an unlimited mileage warranty. It provides coverage in the unlikely event a repair is needed during your first five years of ownership. And there's more: warranties include high-voltage batteries and parts, as well as a mobility warranty.
An end-customer refers to an individual, company or any other entity purchasing (i) a new Hyundai vehicle from an authorised Hyundai dealer not for the purpose of reselling or, (ii) a Hyundai vehicle that has been originally purchased from an authorised Hyundai dealer by an individual, company or any other entity not for the purpose of reselling.
Audio-visual navigation (AVN) or radio units are
covered for three years.
Depending on the production date as well as the lead and storage time, the warranty policy can be amended. For actual terms and conditions always refer to the service passport/owner’s manual, please. Also, the applicable terms and conditions may vary from country to country. Please visit your Hyundai national website or consult your local Hyundai dealer.
Note that warranty conditions are subject to Terms
and Conditions, as set out in the service
Wear and tear items – consumable parts warranty.
The consumable parts (e.g. spark plugs, brake pads, wiper blades, filters etc.) are covered by a 2–year, 20,000 km warranty, whichever comes first.
Tyre warranty is handled by the tyre manufacturer.
This is hassle-free. The warranty
remains with the vehicle and would
be passed on to the new vehicle
owner. If you intend to buy a used
Hyundai with a remaining warranty,
you should check that maintenance
services were conducted regularly
and that all warranty conditions are
Hyundai as the vehicle manufacturer does not provide an extension to our 5–Year Unlimited Mileage Warranty. Local Hyundai distributors might be offering their own - usually paid - warranty extension. Contact your local Hyundai distributor or refer to their website.
The following items are considered to be the customer’s responsibility and are not covered under warranty unless the items are defective in material and workmanship:
Please make sure to always check our Terms and Conditions in your service passport/owner’s manual for an exhaustive list of items that aren't covered by our warranty.
In order to keep your warranty intact, you are obligated to bring your car in regularly for maintenance services such as oil changes and tyre rotations. Check your Owner's Manual for details.
Any authorized Hyundai dealer can assess and file your claim. The warranty repair will also be conducted by an authorized Hyundai dealer. Should the issue prevent you from driving safely, please contact roadside assistance service for help, either via your dealer or directly.