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  • 2021 Hyundai Kona Electric facelift confirmed for Malaysia – 39.2 and 64 kWh, 484 km range, Q4 launch

    You’ve seen that unicorn – the one and only Hyundai Kona Electric in Malaysia – and are impressed by the KLIMS 2018 demo car’s specs, but would prefer something brand new? Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors (HSDM) has confirmed to that the 2021 Hyundai Kona Electric facelift is set for Malaysia, and the launch will happen in the fourth quarter of this year.

    Late last year, Hyundai gave its Kona range a facelift, and HSDM has already brought in the refreshed B-SUV, first with a 2.0 litre naturally aspirated engine in April, followed by the 1.6 litre turbo and sporty N Line in July. When it arrives, the Kona Electric will make it four powertrains in the family. It will also be HSDM’s first full electric offering in Malaysia, having already done hybrid with the Ioniq.

    The eagle eyed among you might have thought that you spotted a mistake, but it is indeed four powertrains in total, because the Kona Electric will be available here in two battery sizes, just like in Europe. Like the pre-facelift, the EV can be had with a 39.2 kWh or 64 kWh battery.

    The base model’s single motor is a 136 PS unit while the 64 kWh car gets a more powerful 204 PS motor. Both have the same 395 Nm of torque. The 0-100 km/h sprint is dispatched in 9.9 seconds for the 39.2 kWh and 7.9 seconds for the 64 kWh version. Top speed is 155 km/h and 167 km/h, respectively.

    While there are no changes to the batteries, there are slight changes to driving range on a full charge in the WLTP cycle. The 39.2 kWh version is now rated at 305 km (-7 from 312 km) while the 64 kWh is officially pegged at 484 km (+2 from 482 km), with the slight increase attributed to tyre improvements.

    As for charging, DC fast charging from 10% to 80% with a 50 kW charger takes 48 minutes for the 39.2 kWh model, or 64 minutes for the 64 kWh version. Use a 100 kW charger and it’s 47 minutes for both batteries, Hyundai says.

    Regular AC charging with the single-phase 7.2 kW onboard charger from 10% to 80% will take six hours in the base model and nine hours 15 minutes in the 64 kWh. Charging times go down to four hours 20 minutes and six hours 50 minutes respectively with the optional three-phase 10.5 kW onboard charger. The upgraded BlueLink app displays info such as range, battery state and charging times on a phone.

    In Europe, there are two interior themes – the first is a black interior in cloth, cloth and leather mix or leather upholstery; while the second is a grey interior in a cloth-leather mélange or leather.

    The SmartSense driver assist suite has been upgraded and now includes rear cross-traffic collision avoidance assist (RCCA) and blind spot collision avoidance assist (BCA). Basically, these functions add on auto braking to the previous warning. Also new to the Kona Electric are features such as Leading Vehicle Departure Alert (LVDA, like Perodua’s Front Departure Alert), Safe Exit Warning (SEW) and Rear Seat Alert (RSA).

    Lastly, the new face in the facelift. While the pre-FL Kona Electric featured a blocked-off grille (no engine cooling needed) there was still an outline of a traditional grille, with elements within. Here, there’s no hint of a grille and the Hyundai logo has moved up to the level of the LED DRL eyebrows. It’s still easily recognisable as a Kona, but also more “EV looking”.

    For this update, Hyundai introduced two distinct faces for the ICE-powered Kona – one regular and one for the N Line and full N. The Electric’s fascia is unique, making it three different front ends in the range.

    On to the big question then – how much? The base Kona Electric with its 39.2 kWh battery is quite a similar prospect to the Nissan Leaf, which is still the sole EV officially sold here without a premium badge. The Leaf was launched in 2019 with a 40 kWh battery and RM189k price tag. The MINI Cooper SE facelift was launched in June. With the four-year warranty and service package option ticked, and sales tax subtracted, the cute 28.9 kWh EV is yours for RM217k.

    We’re expecting the base Kona Electric – which trumps both Leaf and MINI in range – to start from below RM200k. For those who like the idea of an EV, but can’t spend the equivalent of a house on the BMW iX or Porsche Taycan, one of the best mass market brand EVs coming to town is surely good news. What do you think?

    GALLERY: 2021 Hyundai Kona Electric facelift

  • Hyundai Kona Electric now on sale in Malaysia – HSDM’s KLIMS 2018 demo EV going for RM180k

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    The Hyundai Kona Electric is now on sale in Malaysia, but this is not our usual new car launch announcement. The car you see in the Facebook ad above is a used car, and one can’t just walk into Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors (HSDM) to buy a new Kona Electric or any EV. Not yet at least.

    Advertised by Nicole Yap from HSDM’s sister company and used car division Sime Darby Auto Selection, this Kona Electric is listed as manufactured in 2018 and registered in September last year. The EV has 18,000 km on the clock and they’re asking RM180,800 for it.

    UPDATE: The 2021 Kona Electric facelift is confirmed for Malaysia, launch in Q4

    Seen this car before? We checked with HSDM and they’ve confirmed that this is the exact unit that they brought in for the Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show (KLIMS) in 2018. After performing its duty as a tech showcase for the brand at KLIMS alongside the Nexo hydrogen fuel cell SUV and i30 N hot hatch, the EV has since been used internally by the company.

    According to HSDM, this unit has been driven by its tech team and management as a test for both EV performance/suitability in Malaysia as well as reliability. Range anxiety is a major concern with EVs, and the Hyundai distributor says that the Kona Electric’s mileage per charge has been both satisfactory (they even managed to surpass the claimed range by 60 km) and accurate. The latter is important because range fluctuations are not good for building trust in your EV.

    Launched in February 2018, the Kona Electric started off in the European market, like the compact B-SUV range that it’s a part of. Still recognisable as a Kona, the EV is characterised by a closed grille and a unique centre console sans gear lever. It was launched with two battery options – 39.2 kWh and 64 kWh, delivering WLTP driving range of 312 km and 482 km on a full charge, respectively.

    The longer range version has 204 PS over the base car’s 135 PS, but both have the same 395 Nm of torque and 167 km/h top speed. The 0-100 km/h sprint is dispatched in 7.6 seconds for the 64 kWh and 9.3 seconds for the 39.2 kWh version.

    Charging the lithium-ion polymer battery up to 80% takes about 54 minutes using a 100 kW DC (CCS) fast charger. With the 7.2 kW on-board-charger, charging with AC (Type 2) takes nine hours 40 minutes for the bigger battery pack and six hours 10 minutes for the base car.

    HSDM’s demo car is the 64 kWh version and the standard charging cable is included (see the boot pic). Other fast charging paraphernalia can be ordered via the company. The Hyundai distributor confirmed to that it will be extending full after sales support to the buyer of this Kona Electric. For those who are interested in EVs but find the new premium offerings too expensive, surely over 450 km of electric range for RM180k – with factory support – is a decent deal? What do you think of this one-of-a-kind catch?

    The Kona Electric’s stats were very impressive for an affordable mass market EV back in 2018, and is still very good today (more than double the range of a 2021 MINI Cooper SE). It has been a success for Hyundai, with 100,000 units sold worldwide in just over two years from its debut.

    Late last year, Hyundai gave the Kona range a facelift (launched in Malaysia this year), and the Electric was similarly refreshed. No big changes to the tech bits, but tyre improvements have raised WLTP range slightly for the 64 kWh to 484 km (+2). Click on the link for the full story on the Kona Electric FL, or check out the gallery attached below.

    HSDM is a very active company these days and has been quick in launching the Kona facelift, now with a sporty N Line range topper. Will the latest 2021 Kona Electric join the family as HSDM’s first full electric offering? Stay tuned.

    By the way, if you’re wondering or lamenting why are all the EVs in Malaysia premium and expensive, leaving nothing for Mr. Average Joe, here’s a full explainer.

    GALLERY: 2018 Hyundai Kona Electric at KLIMS

    GALLERY: 2021 Hyundai Kona Electric facelift

  • Sime Darby Motors partners Trevo for Fund Your Drive – gain additional income, guaranteed resale value

    Sime Darby Motors has partnered with car sharing service Trevo for the Fund Your Drive programme, which provides customers who purchase vehicles from the Sime Darby Auto Selection (SDAS) range with a means of generating income by listing their vehicles on Trevo.

    From now until November 18, 2021, the Fund Your Drive programme offers the option to purchase a refurbished vehicle from SDAS, as well as guaranteed resale prices for these vehicles if they are sold back to SDAS within a period of 12 months through the BuyBack option.

    The guaranteed income through listing the vehicles on Trevo will cover at least 70% of the vehicles’ monthly loan repayments, and will provide owners with loan instalment support for a period of 12 months, said SDAS.

    On top of this, SDAS is offering free vehicle servicing for a period of 12 months for participating Trevo “hosts”, or drivers, in order to get substantial savings on maintenance and ownership,” said Sime Darby Auto Selection managing director Vi Thim Juan.

    For example, a Trevo host who owns a 2015 Hyundai Grand Starex may earn approximately RM850 a month if their vehicle is booked by vehicle-sharing customers seven days in a month, while the vehicle remains with the host- the vehicle’s owner – for the remaining 23 days of the month. This supplemental income is estimated to cover nearly the full amount of the vehicle’s loan repayment, according to SDAS.

    “During this time of uncertainty for many, those who need to own a vehicle may be thinking twice due to the financial outlay required. Through this programme, owners not only have a variety of vehicles from SDAS to choose from; Trevo also offers them additional means to fund the expenses associated with owning a vehicle,” said Socar Mobility Asia CEO Leon Foong.

    Customers interested in this programme can choose from vehicles on the SDAS website marked with the Trevo logo to partake in the Fund Your Drive programme.

  • Sime Darby Motors and Domino’s Pizza partner up to reward frontliners in Malaysia – #LoveOurFrontliners

    During the Covid-19 pandemic, frontliners have been working tirelessly to take care of patients, often risking their own health as well as working extended hours and being apart from their families. In light of this, Sime Darby and Domino’s Pizza have teamed up to show their appreciation to those who place duty above all else with the “Love Our Frontliners” initiative.

    “The pandemic has demonstrated the commitment and dedication of our medical frontliners. As a service-driven organisation, Sime Darby Motors is passionate about upholding our core values. We are pleased to partner up with Domino’s, who share our passion. At the heart of it, this collaboration strives to provide relief and comfort to our brave frontliners,” said Jeffrey Gan, managing director of retail and distribution at Sime Darby Motors.

    As part of the initiative, Sime Darby Motors will reward chauffeur-driven rides to a few selected frontliners, which will allow them to wind down and enjoy a safe journey to visit and reunite with their loved ones that they haven’t seen in a while.

    In addition, the company’s fleet of vehicles from the brands it represents are also used to deliver pizzas prepared by Domino’s, with 4,200 pizza set to be delivered over two weeks. This has already begun on Merdeka Day, with the first delivery of 400 pizzas being sent to the Covid-19 quarantine centre at MAEPS in Serdang as well as other designated hospitals in the Klang Valley.

    These include Sungai Buloh Hospital, Hospital Selayang, Hospital Serdang, Hospital Kajang, Hospital Kuala Lumpur, Ampang Hospital, Hospital Canselor, University Malaya Medical Centre, MSU Medical Centre and Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah. Domino’s Pizza is also including an all expenses paid grocery shopping trip to go along with its pizza treat, supported by specially commissioned vehicles from Sime Darby Motors.

    “We are grateful to all our frontliners as they stand fearless to save lives and show strong courage to deal with everyday dramas and tragedies. They truly are our heroes. We could not imagine our life without their sacrifice and contribution. We have heard and read stories of their tragedies and triumphs in this fight,” commented Shamsul Amree, CEO of Domino’s Pizza Malaysia.

    “As frontliners’ themselves, our abang and kakak Domino’s understand the struggle. We don’t take this responsibility for granted. From one frontliner to another, we appreciate all your hard work and perseverance. Your courage is inspiring to us to keep fighting! Guided by our ‘Count on Domino’s’ promise, we aim to serve the community responsibly while protecting the safety and well-being of all,” he added.

    Hygiene and health are the number one priority for Sime Darby Motors and Domino’s Pizza in ensuring that the collaboration is carried out safely and efficiently, with stringent standard operating procedures in place for the end-to-end delivery and food preparation processes.

  • Porsche confirms CKD operations in Malaysia from 2022 at Sime Darby plant – first outside of Europe!

    Breaking news! Porsche has officially announced that it will set up CKD operations in Malaysia, which will be the first outside of Germany. According to the carmaker, the move is aimed at strengthening its presence in emerging markets within Southeast Asia that has seen encouraging growth.

    Local assembly will be done together with Porsche’s long-standing partner Sime Darby, who is the official distributor of Porsche vehicles in the country via Sime Darby Auto Performance (SDAP). Currently, Sime Darby Motors has the Inokom vehicle assembly plant in Kulim, Kedah, which also assembles BMW, Hyundai, Mazda and MINI cars, with an annual production capacity of 38,000 vehicles.

    For now, there’s no mention of what Porsche models will be CKD, but it is said that “the vehicles will specifically match local requirements and will be available for Malaysia only,” with operations set to begin from 2022 onwards. A previous report tipped the Macan and Cayenne as leading candidates, which makes sense given the popularity of SUVs these days – the Cayenne is Porsche’s top-selling model on the regular.

    “We’re fortunate that, due to careful planning, our existing factories are more than up to the task of meeting current and future global demand for our cars,” said Albrecht Reimold, member of the executive board for production and logistics at Porsche. “However, the new assembly site in Malaysia meets specific market needs and, although a standalone project and modest in size and capacity, it signals our willingness to learn and adapt to specific local market conditions,” he added.

    “Malaysia and the whole ASEAN is a region of great potential and we look forward to the first locally assembled models reaching our Malaysian customers next year,” said Detlev von Platen, member of the executive board for sales and marketing at Porsche. “As Porsche is moving into a new era of mobility, Malaysia and the ASEAN region are gaining an increasing importance. This step now is part of a long-standing initiative to keep pace with rapidly evolving customer and market demands,” he added.

    Besides announcing CKD operations in Malaysia, Porsche also revealed that it will set up a new permanent research and development centre in China, its largest single market that it won’t set up an assembly plant in. The satellite facility will serve to increase the company’s understanding of its Chinese customers and their requirements, and to improve the local product development.

    With Porsches set to be CKD in Malaysia, will we be seeing more affordable models coming our way soon? Let us know what you think below.

  • Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors rewards Covid-19 frontliners – RM7,900 worth of rebates, goodies offered

    Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors (HSDM) has come up with a special Hyundai’s Frontliners Appreciation Programme for our Malaysian frontliners. Yup, the men and women who have been working extra hard since Covid-19 started while the rest of us stayed at home.

    The appreciation programme consists of a special rebate, grocery vouchers and other goodies worth RM7,900 in total, should frontliners purchase a new Hyundai. Besides health frontliners and law enforcement personnel, HSDM also mentions fire fighters and teachers in public schools.

    “Day in and day out, our healthcare and public sector frontliners have shown their courage and resilience as they battle the pandemic. Our huge gratitude goes out to them for their selfless work which is instrumental in fighting the deadly virus. We stand in solidarity with these heroes and believe that we will get through this together. Their indomitable spirit and resilience during this difficult time is an inspiration to all of us. Our frontliners deserve to be acknowledged and appreciated,” said HSDM’s MD Low Yuan Lung.

    “We hope this programme will provide some relief. Apart from making Hyundai cars more affordable for them, we will also be giving out grocery vouchers as our token of appreciation for all their hard work, dedication and sacrifice,” he added.

    As with all new Hyundai owners, those who sign up for this programme will also get the Hyundai Loyalty Card, which entitles holders to rebates on selected parts and labour charges as well as exclusive monthly promotions.

    All Hyundai models come with three years/50,000 km of free service and a five-year/300,000 km warranty. With step-up financing, monthly instalments start from RM958. One can also enquire about a downpayment subsidy. By the way, HSDM launched the Kona 1.6 Turbo and N Line just over two weeks ago. Starting from RM146,888, it’s a fast compact SUV thanks to 198 PS and 265 Nm from the turbo engine, and the N Line looks racy. Check it out here.

  • Hyundai Promise approved used car programme launched by HSDM, all cars with official warranty

    Official distributor Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors (HSDM) has launched its approved used car programme called Hyundai Promise, billed as an effortless and reliable way to trade-in and buy pre-owned Hyundai vehicles.

    Pre-owned Hyundai models sold through Hyundai Promise come with genuine parts and “the original engine”, HSDM emphasises. “Stringent and rigorous inspections will be carried out by trained technicians to ensure that all vehicles are in optimal electrical and mechanical condition before they are approved and certified,” the company says, adding that Hyundai Promise cars are major accident-free,

    All approved and certified vehicles come with a warranty of between two to five years depending on the age of the vehicle and the mileage. The cars also come with 24-hour road assistance service.

    “Hyundai Promise is forward-looking, offering customers a full circle of sales services, from purchasing their first new Hyundai model to trading in their vehicles for a newer model, at attractive deals. As the name of the programme suggests, we promise good quality vehicles and worry-free ownership. Customers who make their purchase from Hyundai Promise will enjoy wonderful benefits including quality assurance, financial solutions, and extended warranty,” said Low Yuan Lung, MD of HSDM.

    Low added that Hyundai Promise is an important business segment that complements Hyundai Malaysia’s existing business ecosystem. Having an official used car programme also helps regulate the resale value of Hyundai used cars in the country.

    The first Hyundai Promise centre is located at Lot 33, Temasya Industrial Park, Glenmarie. The facility is open from 9am to 5pm on weekdays, and 9am to 12.30pm on Saturdays. Hyundai Promise is owned and managed by HSDM, supported by Sime Darby Auto Selection.

  • 2021 Hyundai Kona 1.6 Turbo and N Line launched in Malaysia – 198 PS, 265 Nm, 7DCT, from RM146,888

    Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors (HSDM) has officially launched the 2021 Hyundai Kona 1.6 Turbo, as well as the Kona N Line with the same turbo engine. The Kona 1.6 Turbo is priced at RM146,888, while the sporty N Line tops the range at RM156,888, on-the-road with sales tax exemption (50% for CBU imports), without insurance.

    The most powerful B-segmemt SUV in Malaysia is powered by Hyundai’s Smartstream G1.6 T-GDi turbocharged engine with 198 PS and 265 Nm of torque at 1,600 to 4,500 rpm. Power goes to the front wheels via a Smartsteam 7DCT seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.

    Compared to the previous 1.6T engine, the Smartstream G1.6 gets Continuous Variable Valve Duration (CVVD) and makes 21 PS more. 0-100 km/h is close to hot hatch territory at 7.7 seconds, two tenths quicker than the old Kona Turbo. The Kona facelift was launched here in April with a 2.0 litre MPI engine with 149 PS and 180 Nm at 4,500 rpm, so the Turbo is a big upgrade in the power department.

    The facelifted Kona comes in two distinct faces, with one reserved for the N Line. The regular face is a heavy rework with a slimmer and wider grille taking centre-stage, and the Hyundai logo now sitting on the bodywork above the grille (previously in the middle of the face). The letterbox vent above the grille is no more.

    The SUV-style black plastic body cladding is connected from the bumpers to the wheelarches, and there are silver elements in the front and rear bumpers. This is the look of the 2.0 Active and 1.6 Turbo, but the latter gains a roof rack and two-tone body colour.

    Of the two facelift looks, the Kona N Line’s face is more similar to the original, with the logo in the grille and a vent above the grille, although it’s now split into three. Below, you’ll find an N-style aerodynamic lip with low-lying corner fins plus larger and “more technical” air intake features.

    The N Line does away with the new full-width black cladding, or any cladding for that matter – it’s all body colour here. No skid plate-mimicking trim too – the rear end sports a diffuser and twin pipes on one side. The one big pipe on each side layout is reserved for the full cream 280 PS/392 Nm Kona N.

    Like the 2.0 Active, both the 1.6T and N Line come with 18-inch alloys, but the sportier version gets a dedicated rim design. The new variants can be had in five colours – Surfy Blue, Dive in Jeju, Ignite Flame, Pulse Red and Misty Jungle – all with a black roof (A pillars and wing mirror caps are also in black) for the two-tone look.

    Inside, both variants get a 10.25-inch digital cluster in addition to the 8.0-inch head unit with Bluetooth and wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, electric parking brake, new ambient light tech (illuminates the centre cupholders and footwell) and aluminium rings around the speakers and air vents.

    The N Line cabin features black leather combined with suede, ventilated and heated front seats, red stitching, metal pedals and N logos on the gear lever, steering wheel and seats. Speaking of interior themes, HSDM is offering an alternative to the dark interior for the non-N Line 1.6 Turbo, which can be had with light beige interior trim.

    The new Kona variants come with Hyundai’s Smartsense active safety and driving assistance tech. The pack includes Blind-Spot Collision Avoidance Assist (BCA) with Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA), Lane Keeping Assist (LKA), Lane Following Assist (LFA), and Smart Cruise Control with Stop and Go that keeps the SCC running even when the vehicle comes to a complete stop.

    Other features are Forward Collision Avoidance Assist (FCA), Driver Attention Warning (DAW) with Leading Vehicle Departure Alert (LVDA), Rear Occupant Alert (ROA), Safe Exit Warning (SEW) and High Beam Assist (HBA). All these are also on the 2.0 Active, but SCC, or adaptive cruise control, is exclusive to turbo variants.

    With the two new variants, the CBU Kona range consists of the base 2.0 at RM119,888, the 2.0 Active at RM136,888, the 1.6 Turbo at RM146,888 (RM10k extra) and the N Line at RM156,888 (another RM10k extra). As usual for HSDM, the Kona comes with a five-year or 300,000 km warranty and a three-year or 50,000 km free maintenance package.

    So, what do you think of the new Kona variants? If you’re thinking RM157k is a bit steep for a small SUV, how about seeing it this way – what other 200 hp new car can you find for the money today? More on the 2.0L NA variants here.

    GALLERY: Hyundai Kona 1.6 N Line

    GALLERY: Hyundai Kona 1.6 Turbo

    GALLERY: Hyundai Kona 2.0 Active

    GALLERY: Hyundai Kona 2.0 facelift

  • Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors extends mid-year service campaign to August 31 – up to 25% discount on parts

    Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors (HSDM) has announced an extension to its mid-year service campaign to August 31, to cater to customers who were previously locked down under the enhanced movement control order (EMCO). The campaign was originally set to end on July 31.

    “Some of our customers have missed out on the campaign privileges due to the lockdown as they could not travel beyond 10 km from where they live, and could not send in their car for service. Therefore, we are extending the campaign period so that more can benefit from it,” said Low Yuan Lung, MD of HSDM.

    To recap, HSDM’s mid-year service campaign offers a discount of 15% on selected parts and 10% on labour charges. Hyundai Loyalty Card holders get even more – 25% discount on selected parts and 15% on labour charges. Parts that are on the discounted list include gaskets, oil filters, air filters and spark plugs, among other things.

    The Hyundai Loyalty Card is automatically given to all new customers, but existing owners can apply for free. Privileges include exclusive monthly promotions, such as a 20% discount on Klima Fresh and BlueChem products. Members can expect more privileges in the future, such as birthday month discounts on after-sales service, discounts on Hyundai merchandise and a higher trade-in value when they purchase a new Hyundai.

  • Hyundai-Sime Darby announces extended warranty programme for older Elantra, Sonata, Tucson, Santa Fe

    Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors (HSDM) has launched an Extended Warranty Programme for selected older models. Those include the Elantra MD, Elantra AD, Sonata LF, Tucson LM, Tucson TL, Santa Fe DM, and Starex.

    The catch is, the vehicles have to be no older than eight years from the date of manufacture, and the total travelled mileage has to be under 300,000 km on the fifth year from the car’s purchased date. HSDM said the extended warranty period will function just like a new car’s warranty programme, but subject to yearly renewal and only covers mileage of no more than 30,000 km a year.

    The cost for this is RM1,280 annually, which covers primary components of the engine, transmission, motoring, modular parts of the vehicle, plus other electrical components. It also includes complimentary repairs and parts replacement that are under warranty.

    Note that the coverage limit per claim is set at RM10,000, though any components that have been claimed beforehand can be claimed once again (total claimable aggregate of RM50,000) should they be proven faulty.

    All vehicles registered under this extension programme must have a good service record with authorised Hyundai service centres. Owners are also required to send their vehicles for a routine service based on HSDM’s recommended service schedule. Needless to say, the warranty will be voided if you service your vehicle at a third party workshop.

    Currently, this programme is only available at all Sime Darby Auto Hyundai branches, but will soon be rolled out to other authorised Hyundai service centres nationwide. You may contact Hyundai at 1300-13-2000 for more info.


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Last Updated 16 Sep 2021