Hyundai Promise approved used car scheme

Everything you need to know about the Hyundai Promise approved used scheme

Hyundai’s approved scheme, Hyundai Promise, is impressive. The highest-mileage car we found was a 2016 Tucson with 86,000 miles on the clock, and the oldest car was an i10 from 2009.

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Because Hyundais come with a five-year warranty when new, Hyundai Promise buyers get the remainder of this. If the guarantee has less than a year to run, Hyundai automatically tops it up to 18 months. Also included is breakdown cover for a year, which features home start, recovery, replacement car hire and overnight accommodation if necessary. Should anything go wrong soon after you’ve bought your car, Hyundai operates a 30-day/1,000-mile exchange scheme, plus take-home insurance for a few days.

Hyundai Promise: key facts

Max age/mileage 11 years/86,000 miles
Breakdown cover 12 months
Exchange policy 30 days/1,000 miles
Standard warranty 12 months minimum
Extendable warranty N/A
Website Linkused.hyundai.co.uk

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