Hyundai iCare Capped Price Service Program Launched In Australia

Mike Stevens | Jul 27, 2012

Hyundai has joined a growing number of carmakers to offer greater assurance on maintenance costs, adding capped price servicing to its iCare program from August 1st.

Reported exclusively by TMR earlier this year, Hyundai's updated iCare program offers three years of capped price services on new cars.

The program is available for all models bought after August 1st, with prices ranging from $189 for the i20 and Accent, through to $379 for the diesel-powered Santa Fe CRDi.

Other examples include the petrol versions of the popular i30 and Elantra - capped at $219 - and the ix35 small SUV, capped at $259 for two-wheel-drive petrol models. (View the full chart at bottom of article.)

Hyundai's Capped Price Service is available to all private and small-business buyers, lasting for 50,000kms or 40 months from the date of commencement (whichever occurs first).

Hyundai will continue to provide long service intervals of 12 months or 15,000kms.

Other features of the iCare program include NavTeq MapCare updates (announced earlier this month), an initial 1500km/one-month service, 12 months roadside assist on new vehicles and existing servicing customers (with vehicles up to seven years old).

Hyundai also promises 24-hour / seven-day phone contact with the brand's Customer Care Centre, an exclusive myHyundai owner website and magazine, and Hyundai Genuine Parts.

All Hyundai new cars are covered by a five-year/unlimited-kilometre warranty.

Pricing Chart

Model

Cost per service*

Maximum price over 3 years*

i20

$189

$567

Accent

$189

$567

Accent CRDi

$289

$867

i30

$219

$657

i30 CRDi

$289

$867

Elantra

$219

$657

Veloster

$249

$747

i40

$259

$777

i40 CRDi

$329

$987

i45

$259

$777

ix35 (2WD)

$259

$777

ix35 (4WD)

$289

$867

ix35 CRDi

$399

$1,197

Santa Fe

$319

$957

Santa Fe CRDi

$379

$1,137

iMax

$289

$867

iMax CRDi

$349

$1,047

iLoad

$289

$867

iLoad CRDi

$349

$1,047

Note: Prices displayed are the maximum Capped Price Service cost for scheduled maintenance at a participating Hyundai iCare dealer.

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  • MK says,
    2 years ago
    1 like
    Can't believe Toyota, Mazda are still running 6m/10'km intervals. Good on Hyundai.
    • Lindsay says,
      2 years ago
      It doesn't say that in the article.
  • rip off says,
    2 years ago
    Fixed price ok but isnt it supposed to be cheap 350 is more than double the comp from toyota
  • Bad Luck says,
    2 years ago
    sad
    Mate bout an i30 last weekend but taking delivery 30th July.
    Hate to tell him that he may have missed out by a couple of days.
    Hopefully he will still qualify for the cap service
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