Hyundai extends all expiring warranties for its cars due to coronavirusApril 4, 2020
The South Korean brand has announced an extension of the warranty for more than 1.21 million Hyundai vehicles worldwide. The warranty is extended if it expires between March and June 2020.
Hyundai Motor has extended all warranties to all of its cars sold, which expire during the crisis caused by the coronavirus. Moreover, the extension of the car warranty applies to all Hyundai cars around the world – according to the company, we are talking about more than 1.21 million cars that are located in 175 countries.
For example, the US 5-year (96,560 km) or 10-year (160,934 km) power plant warranty in the United States will be extended until June 30, 2020 if it expires between March and June of the current year.
Similarly, Hyundai vehicles worldwide with initial warranties expiring between March and June 2020 will receive an extended warranty for up to three months. Please note, however, that warranty extensions may vary from country to country.
At the time of this writing, 1,097,909 cases of coronavirus have been reported in the world, 225,942 infected have already recovered, and the death toll is 59,131. In the United States alone, 276,849 cases have been recorded to date – this country is now in first place COVID-19 propagation rates.
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