Ask a Hyundai Dealer: What Won’t My Warranty Cover?

April 15th, 2023 by

Auto Paperwork

Repair payments can be tricky sometimes, leaving you wondering whether they are covered by warranty, your insurance, or an out-of-pocket expense. Your Hyundai dealer has an insider’s perspective of the exceptions to your warranty coverage at Woodhouse Hyundai of Omaha.

New Vehicle Warranty Details

You will undoubtedly get peace of mind with the protection that comes with new Hyundai vehicles. They are covered by America’s best warranty. Warranty coverage includes:

  • 10-year/100,000-mile Powertrain Limited Coverage
  • Five-year/60,000-mile New Vehicle Limited Warranty
  • Seven-year/unlimited-mile Anti-Perforation Warranty
  • Five-year/unlimited-mile 24-Hour Roadside Assistance

Maintenance Service

One of your warranty exclusions is your recommended auto maintenance. This includes wheel alignments, tire rotations, engine tune-ups, inspections, and more. It also does not cover the part replacements that are part of your maintenance, such as spark plugs, filters, bulbs, etc.

Wear and Tear Parts

The parts that wear down naturally in your vehicle aren’t covered by warranty. This includes components such as your ball joints, shock absorbers, and wheel bearings. This also includes cosmetic finishes, sunroofs, and the car’s entertainment and navigation systems.

Parts that Were Abused

If any of your vehicle parts have become damaged due to their misuse or abuse, that will not be covered. This includes anything that goes against the recommended instructions in your owner’s manual.

Modified Parts

Any modifications or aftermarket replacement parts can compromise your warranty. If these parts damage your vehicle in any way, that also won’t be covered.

Schedule Service at Our Hyundai Service Center Today

When your vehicle needs Hyundai service or repairs, our trained technicians have you covered. We’re happy to go over your warranty details with you if you still have questions about your coverage. Stop in and see us today!

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