Travel in total confidence with a premium car warranty for your Hyundai vehicle. As a trusted leader in the auto warranty industry, Warranty World is committed to making your ownership experience pleasant and trouble-free. Unexpected breakdowns are disruptive, expensive and unavoidable, that’s why we offer the best coverage imaginable for a wide range of high-performance vehicles, no matter the make, year or mileage count.
WARRANTY WORLD OFFERS
Whether your car is just out of the dealership or you’ve had it for over a decade, be assured while you drive that you’ll be covered by one of Warranty World’s comprehensive warranties, available for vehicles of any year.
It doesn’t matter if you’re driving the latest top-of-the-line luxury vehicle or a rare discontinued variant, Warranty World has warranty plans available for your vehicle. Drive with ease of mind knowing that your car will be covered in the event of any issues.
Warranty World has warranty plans available for any mileage on your car, whether it's 1,000 or 100,000 kilometers, you can drive confidently knowing that Warranty World has your back in the event of a breakdown.
includes: Three-way catalytic converter, engine control module (ECM), on board diagnostic connector and engine check light)
5 years / Unlimited
3 years / 60,000 km
3 years / 60,000 km
3 years / 60,000 km
2 years / 40,000 km
his warranty covers replacement or repair of any component manufactured or originally installed by Hyundai that is defective in factory or material workmanship, under normal use and maintenance.
BRIEF HISTORY OF HYUNDAI
The origins of the company date back to 1947, when Chung Ju Yung, a South Korean entrepreneur, founded the Hyundai Engineering and Construction Company. Two decades later, the Hyundai Motor Company was established, and the brand’s first model, the Cortina (based off the United States version of the Ford Cortina) was released a year later. Sales of the vehicle were adequate, and the brand soon produced its own car.
Feeling more and more confident, Hyundai started producing their own technology. Released in 1985, the Hyundai Sonata included a number of innovative features, like never-before-seen cruise control, headlamp washers and power seats. Engineers also included a trip computer, a feature that was soon included in many of the brand’s vehicles in future production. Hyundai continued to prove their ability to produce exclusive features and capabilities, sales continued to rise.
The company’s next step was to produce their own engine, and the brand ultimately released their first motor in 1993 with the Hyundai Scoupe. The original four-cylinder, 1.3-liter engine pumped out 71 horsepower and 81 pounds-feet of torque.
Established in 1967, Hyundai Motor Co. eventually grew into the Hyundai Motor Group. Soon it became ranked as the world’s fifth-largest automaker since 2007 and includes over two dozen auto-related subsidiaries and affiliates. Hyundai Motor now exports over one million high-quality vehicles ranging from sedans, SUVs, trucks and buses. In 2010, Hyundai Motor impressively sold about 3.6 million cars worldwide.
Even more than other automakers, the brand made considerable investments in low-emission gasoline engines, hydrogen-powered fuel cell and electrified vehicles to confront the challenges brought about by climate change. In 2016, the company introduced the IONIQ, the world’s first car to be offered with three distinctly different electrified powertrains. Hyundai Motor has progressed further than more established automakers in just 50 years.
Launched in 1986, the Hyundai Sonata initially wasn’t considered a real Hyundai. The original sedan sourced major components from other automakers, including Mitsubishi.
By the mid-90s, the vehicle started to round into its more modern form, offering dual front airbags, new audio hardware, and standard air conditioning, all of which were things that either didn't exist previously or existed only as options.
In the late 90s, Hyundai literally rounded off the design a bit, giving the vehicle a less angular look, and when the Hyundai "Fluidic Sculpture" design language found its way to new Hyundai vehicles around 2011, the automaker saw unmatched success as consumers really responded to the new look and updated technologies. Hyundai has been continually refining and perfecting the Sonata, which now is its longest-running nameplate.
The Hyundai Elantra is the second-longest-running nameplate in the Hyundai line-up and is in its sixth generation of awesomeness.
The Elantra first appeared in the United States for the 1992 model year. Debuting as a four-door compact car, the Hyundai Elantra initially featured Mitsubishi engine power. The Elantra received its first update in 1995 which featured a longer 100.4-inch wheelbase and a more rounded exterior appearance.
More refined than ever, the sixth-generation 2017 Hyundai Elantra was an evolution and featured a more restrained exterior design. Powering the vehicle is the new Atkinson cycle 2.0-liter with 147 hp and 132 lb-ft of torque. Hyundai also debuted an Eco variant with a 128-hp 1.4-liter turbo-four coupled to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic that’s EPA-rated at 32/40 mpg city/highway, making it the most efficient model in the lineup.
Continuing to impress year after year with incredible features and sophisticated style, it’s not hard to see why the Elantra has been a favorite for so long.
Hyundai Sante Fe
In 2018, Hyundai unveiled the fourth generation top-of-range vehicle, the Santa Fe SUV. The new model came with sharper, more modern design and an interior featuring a horizontal roomy layout that puts an accent on visibility. Safety wasn't forgotten so Hyundai installed a rear cross-traffic collision-avoidance system for the first time as part of the SmartSense technology pack.
Here at Warranty World, we’re able to resolve virtually every issue you may experience. Cylinder heads and the engine block may cause you some trouble, but not worry, Warranty World has that covered. It’s important to note however that the above is not covered if related to overheating (regardless of what the cause may be). Warranty World also covers any and all parts that are known to be lubricated. This includes the following; camshafts, crankshafts, bearings of all types, connection points and connection rods, gears, timing chains, belts, tensioners, rocker arms, all valves, pistons, valve guides, valve springs, all other valve parts, all lubricated pins and pin assemblies, as well as piston rings and similar parts. It is important to note that diesel fuel injection systems are not included under our coverage.
Here at Warranty World, all things transmission are covered. Your transmission is what handles gears and various similar systems. Examples being RWD, AWD, FWD, and all systems. Ever put your car into reverse? Ever heard it shift through gears? Well, that’s your transmission. Warranty World covers all parts relating to this, excluding all components related to any manual clutch assembly your car may be equipped with.
Curious as to what your transfer case does? Well, this is responsible for changing between gear setups in eligible cars. For example, most pickup trucks have the ability to change from either RWD or AWD, and become 4WD. Rather than only two wheels utilizing power, now all four wood. As you may already understand, the transfer case is incredibly important, and Warranty World has it covered when it’s damaged from within.
Warranty World covers virtually everything that relates to differentials, except for 4WD locking mechanisms, as these are unrelated to the differential. Coverage is applicable when damage comes from within, meaning all internal parts are covered.
Both these systems allow for excellent performance across all vehicles equipped with them, however, they tend to go through a lot of strain when the vehicle is driven hard. In order to further protect these systems, they have been covered by Warranty World. This warranty covers all internal parts, and some external parts (housings, casings, etc.).
Hyundai Recalls List
Every recall is serious, so it’s important to contact an authorized service center as soon as possible to make an appointment to get it fixed. All vehicle manufacturers have automotive safety recalls from time-to-time. We’re constantly checking to see if there are any new vehicle recalls throughout Toronto, Mississauga, and GTA. Check back often for updates on vehicle safety recalls which are listed below: