What voids a Hyundai warranty?

Hyundai has an amazing warranty that almost seems too good to be true. I’m skeptical about when they will or won’t make repairs, but more importantly, I don’t want to accidentally void the warranty. What are some situations that may void the Hyundai warranty?

Eric Schad · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Due to the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, voiding a warranty isn’t as easy as you might think. Certain modifications and upgrades are allowed without any issues, but you can still void a
warranty under the following conditions:
  • Using improper fluids under the hood
  • Failing to take proper maintenance records
  • Altering the odometer
  • An act of God—such as fire, flooding, an earthquake, or another natural disaster
  • Misuse of the vehicle—such as towing too much weight, off-roading, or racing
The best plan of action? Follow the directions in the owner’s manual, take diligent records of maintenance, and always have the right car insurance coverage. So before you pull the trigger on a new Hyundai, use the
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