Less maintenance vs. internal combustion cars.

While an internal combustion car engine contains hundreds of moving parts, an electric motor only needs around half a dozen, significantly reducing the probability of something breaking. No oil changes, either. That's why less maintenance is needed overall.

The traction motors, the battery system, the ICCU and the charging plug inside Hyundai's EVs.

Maintenance & service intervals for EVs.

Service should be performed depending on your driving mileage and vehicle maintenance plan. This could be yearly or every 2 years / 15,000 or 30,000 km. The specially trained personnel at your Hyundai dealer can perform the EV services, such as checking the condition of your battery. It is important to have a comprehensive and specialized check-up, especially as this relates to the high voltage battery.

Thanks to regenerative braking, electric car brakes require about half as much maintenance as those on a conventional car.

Electric vehicles usually have only three main fluids: coolant, brake fluid and washer fluid. The washer fluid is the only one that owners need to refill regularly.

As with any conventional vehicle, worn-out tyres must be replaced - costs are similar as for non-electric vehicle.

EVs have standard windshield wipers and these therefore have to be maintained like a conventional car, usually twice a year.

The battery of an electric car loses efficiency over time and may need to be replaced. However, this is not classified as "regular maintenance", as it has a lifetime of at least a decade. All Hyundai Electric Vehicles enjoy a warranty for the lithium-ion polymer battery for 8 years or 160,000 km for the KONA Electric and IONIQ 5 or 200,000 km for the IONIQ Electric, whichever comes first.

The cabin filter should be replaced every 30,000 km or every two years. Hyundai customers have the benefit of upgrading their protection level, by using the Bio- or Activated Carbon Air filter.

Battery life

Practical tips to extend the life of your EV battery.

Lithium-ion batteries are omnipresent in our lives – in our mobile phones, laptops, power tools, and of course in electric vehicles. And because of this, battery degradation is a fact of our lithium-ion powered lives. But, not to worry we’ve collected some practical tips how to extend the lifespan and range of your EV’s battery pack.

Warranties

More peace of mind with our industry-leading warranties.

Like every Hyundai, the IONIQ 5 is built to the highest possible quality standards. With our extended warranties, you can enjoy the extra peace of mind that one of the industry’s best warranties gives you – standard.
The Hyundai 5 year Unlimited Mileage Warranty badge for your Hyundai electric vehicle.
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5-Year Unlimited Mileage Warranty.

We back that quality up with a 5-Year Unlimited Mileage Warranty so you can enjoy the things you love in life, without having to worry about your car.
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The Hyundai 8 year Battery Warranty badge for your Hyundai electric vehicle.
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8-year battery warranty

The high-performance lithium-ion polymer battery is warranty protected for 8 years or 160,000 km, whichever comes first.  2

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    *Range shown is according to WLTP combined cycle. Driving range may vary slightly depending on road conditions, your driving style and the temperature. It is also is dependent on the type of tyres equipped. Technical data not final.

    ** Charging time is based on charging with on 32A wallbox and 3.3 kW OBC.  Charging times  may vary depending on available charging conditions, including charger type and condition, battery temperature and ambient temperature at point of use.