Learn More About Hyundai’s Warranty

The front of a Hyundai vehicleHyundai offers a variety of warranties that provide a wide range of basic and extended coverage. Warranties are a great way to avoid being surprised with high repair costs. It’s peace of mind you can buy early to protect your future self from getting blindsided with expenses.

 Hyundai offers a bumper-to-bumper warranty that covers a prolonged five-year span or 60,000 miles. Another great feature of the bumper-to-bumper warranty is it’s transferable when and if the vehicle is sold. This means that if you are ever ready to part ways with your Hyundai, you can still use the warranty to help drive up the resale price.

When you purchase a new vehicle off of the lot it comes with a factory warranty. Factory warranties are great, but they are limited in terms of what repairs they take care of. That’s where the bumper-to-bumper warranty comes in. It offers a more complete level of protection. There’s a reason that it’s been considered “America’s best warranty.”

Covered under Hyundai’s bumper-to-bumper warranty is any company-approved part. This means that should just about anything on your new Hyundai go bad within 5 years or 60,000 miles you don’t have to sweat it. Bumper-to-bumper warranties are fairly common, however, one spanning the length of five years is far from common. Most manufacturers offer next to half of that. 

Also included with Hyundai’s warranty is a 24-hour roadside assistance program. Considering summer is just around the corner, it’s nice to know that should something go wrong on a road trip you’re not out of luck. Many people even pay for this service independently. Hyundai gives you roadside assistance free with their warranty.

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Let Us Help

Buying a new car can be a difficult and long process, and warranties can make the process even more complicated. But it doesn’t have to be, ask for help! Our team at Red McCombs Superior Hyundai is trained to help people with their automotive questions and service needs. Use every resource you can to make the best decision for you.