Does the Hyundai warranty cover oil changes?

My Elantra gave me a notification that it’s time to change the oil. Is this something that’s covered under my warranty or do I have to pay out of pocket for it?

Cassandra Hamilton · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Isn’t it great when our cars help us with
routine maintenance
? It makes owning a car so much easier! Oil changes are a part of routine maintenance for your
, and that means they aren’t covered under your warranty.
Hyundai offers two warranties when you buy a new car: 10 years/100,000 miles limited powertrain warranty, and 5 years/60,000 miles new vehicle limited warranty. Neither of these cover general wear and tear on your vehicle, which includes:
  • Oil changes
  • Tire rotation and replacement
  • Light bulbs
  • Brakes and brake pads
  • Clutch
  • External damage, like scratches and dings
  • Damage caused by an accident
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