Hyundai Extends Warranty for Over 1.2 Million Cars WorldwideApril 6, 2020
Hyundai has announced that it will extend warranties for more than 1.21 million vehicles worldwide to support owners who may have difficulty maintaining and repairing their vehicles during the Covid-19 pandemic.
“This is another great example of how we support our customers and continue to strengthen America’s best warranty,” Hyundai North America said. “Despite the fact that most Hyundai dealers are open to the provision of services, we want our customers to feel comfortable visiting their dealerships for warranty work and servicing any vehicle.”
Hyundai also confirmed that although many of its showrooms in the US were closed, most service departments remain open. The car manufacturer also has a new policy that allows customers to give permission for an electronic signature to repair a vehicle, as opposed to having to physically sign documents.
Worldwide, Hyundai will also extend warrants that expire between March and June 2020 for up to three months.
“We understand that many of our customers may have limited or no access to vehicle service during these unusual times,” said Wonghong Cho, Executive Vice President and Head of Customer Service at Hyundai Motor Company. “With these warranty extensions, we want them to simply extend the right to warranty repairs and related services in the coming months.”
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