5 Year Unlimited Km Warranty.[H1]

We are so confident in the technology, materials and workmanship that go into every new Hyundai, that each new Hyundai passenger vehicle (including the iMax) is backed by Australia’s first 5 year unlimited kilometre warranty.

Genuine Parts & Accessories Warranty.

For quality assurance, our Genuine Parts are backed by a 12 month warranty. Genuine Accessories also come with 5 years warranty if purchased at the time of a new Hyundai and fitted by Zupps Aspley Hyundai.

5 Year Vehicle Unlimited Warranty.

Your new Electric or Hybrid vehicle is backed by Australia’s first 5-year unlimited kilometre Warranty.[H1]

8 Year Battery Warranty.

To give you even more peace of mind, each high voltage lithium-ion battery[B1] is backed by an 8-year/160,000km replacement warranty (whichever occurs first).[B2]

Genuine Parts & Accessories Warranty.

For quality assurance, our Genuine Parts are backed by a 12 month warranty. Genuine Accessories also come with 5 years warranty if purchased at the time of a new Hyundai and fitted by Zupps Aspley Hyundai.

Common warranty questions.

How do I find out what items are covered under warranty?


If you own a Hyundai vehicle, your Service Passport that accompanied your vehicle on purchase contains the Hyundai Warranty Policy. Alternatively you can contact Zupps Aspley Hyundai.

You can find out more about our warranty program by downloading the full Warranty Terms and Conditions.

If you own a Hyundai vehicle, your Service Passport that accompanied your vehicle on purchase contains the Hyundai Warranty Policy. Alternatively you can contact Zupps Aspley Hyundai.

You can find out more about our warranty program by downloading the full Warranty Terms and Conditions.


If I have concerns with my Hyundai during the warranty period what is the best way of getting my car repaired?


All warranty repairs must be carried out at an authorised Hyundai Dealership. Please contact Zupps Aspley Hyundai to book the vehicle in for an inspection.

All warranty repairs must be carried out at an authorised Hyundai Dealership. Please contact Zupps Aspley Hyundai to book the vehicle in for an inspection.


Are tyres covered by the Hyundai Warranty?


Tyres are not covered by Hyundai vehicle warranty but are covered by the express warranties of their respective manufacturers or supplier. You can find out more about our warranty program by viewing the full Warranty Terms and Conditions.

Tyres are not covered by Hyundai vehicle warranty but are covered by the express warranties of their respective manufacturers or supplier. You can find out more about our warranty program by viewing the full Warranty Terms and Conditions.


If I have my vehicle serviced by someone other than a Hyundai Dealer, will this void my warranty?


The required scheduled maintenance services can be carried out by someone other than a Hyundai dealership, however, the service provider must comply with the requirements of the warranty and issue detailed service invoice documentation to substantiate that the maintenance was carried out as per manufacturer’s recommendation for the warranty to remain valid. The information that is required on the auditable invoice must include the following; VIN/Chassis Number of the vehicle, registration number of the vehicle, kilometres at the time of service, date of the service, type and grade of oils and lubricants used. These detailed invoices must be kept and provided for review whenever requested to ensure the validity of the new car warranty. We recommend using Hyundai iCare Service Centres who can provide Hyundai Trained Technicians using Hyundai Genuine Parts to ensure the integrity of your new car warranty.

The required scheduled maintenance services can be carried out by someone other than a Hyundai dealership, however, the service provider must comply with the requirements of the warranty and issue detailed service invoice documentation to substantiate that the maintenance was carried out as per manufacturer’s recommendation for the warranty to remain valid. The information that is required on the auditable invoice must include the following; VIN/Chassis Number of the vehicle, registration number of the vehicle, kilometres at the time of service, date of the service, type and grade of oils and lubricants used. These detailed invoices must be kept and provided for review whenever requested to ensure the validity of the new car warranty. We recommend using Hyundai iCare Service Centres who can provide Hyundai Trained Technicians using Hyundai Genuine Parts to ensure the integrity of your new car warranty.


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