Hyundai extends warranty for six years

Hyundai extends warranty for six years

Launched about a month ago, "Hexagarantia" promised to extend your warranty by Hyundai vehicles sold by the end of the World Cup event in Brazil, from five to six years. However, the campaign has generated an outcry of Volkswagen , trading partner of the Brazilian Football Confederation, because bind the additional year of warranty to victory in the national team in the tournament.

Hyundai said in a statement to the press on the afternoon of Monday, announced that increased security is now official for all vehicles sold until the 13th of July this year, whoever wins the tournament. Thus, it removes the association with the possible title of the Brazilian.

The extended warranty period, which was before five years, shall be six for all customers who have purchased the vehicle this year. "Hyundai exclusively seeking the involvement of the Brazilian people with the true spirit of celebration Cup sharing their love of football with their customers," the statement said. "Thus, Hyundai will extend the regular warranty period of vehicles regardless the winner. "

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