Hyundai Complimentary Maintenance Program Offers 3 Years of Basic Services
Customers who buy or lease a new 2020 Hyundai vehicle can also take advantage of a new perk: three years of complimentary maintenance services.
The Hyundai Complimentary Maintenance program went into effect Feb. 1, and any vehicle bought on or after that date is eligible. For the first three years or 36,000 miles of ownership (whichever comes first), owners can bring their vehicle in to a dealership at factory-recommended intervals to receive tire rotations, oil changes, new oil filters, and multipoint inspections.
“Hyundai has always been a company that listens to customers and strives to provide products and services that maximize value and simplify life,” said Barry Ratzlaff, Hyundai Motor America’s chief customer officer. “Building on the strong foundation of America’s Best Warranty, Hyundai Complimentary Maintenance helps dealers ensure that our owners keep rolling with peace of mind.”
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The new maintenance perk is a part of the Hyundai Owner Assurance program, which presents a variety of services to make owning a vehicle more convenient and worry-free. Other parts of the program offer:
- Industry-leading limited warranty coverage, such as five years/60,000 miles for new vehicles and 10 years/100,000 miles for powertrains
- Five years of 24/7 roadside assistance and trip interruption assistance
- Three years of complimentary Blue Link connected services, which include maintenance alerts and emergency assistance
Hyundai Owner Assurance also promises an elevated level of dealership service: convenient scheduling, factory-trained technicians, clearly explained maintenance recommendations, and more regard for customers’ time.
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