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I'm looking to buy a 2017 Tucson.
I wanted to know if the manufacturer warranty is still valid?
Mileage on the car is less than 20,000.
I was just wondering what the terms of the warranty were - like needing to be serviced by Hyundai or something?
What if the previous owner never got serviced properly? Where would that leave a new owner?

Fuel economy: on paper, seems to be less than other manufacturers.
Any reason why?
(I did see a dedicated forum for fuel consumption - but saw not many people post there! So I thought I'd ask in this forum.)

Thanks.
 

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You get the balance of the factory 5 year 60,000 mile warranty from original in service date. You do loose the 10 year 100000 mile power train coverage. You can call Hyundai and verify what the in service date is, just need VIN #. I did this with my 2017 Sonata and had till September 2021 and 28,000 miles left.
I wouldn't worry about previous service, I've never heard of Hyundai denying coverage.
 

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If it is a CPO vehicle, it will have the full 10/100 warranty. COP come from a Hyundai (maybe a KIA?) dealership.
 
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