An update from Hyundai New Zealand on COVID-19
Last updated 12th August 2020.
At Hyundai New Zealand we are committed to putting the health and wellbeing of our customers, our dealerships and our staff first. In response to COVID-19, we have put several steps in place to ensure everyone stays safe and supported.
We will keep this page updated with any new information we have relating to the virus, the impact on our staff, dealerships and customers and our involvement in local communities.
Alert Level 2 information for New Zealand
For customers in regions under Alert Level 2, we can confirm that our dealer network will be open for all sales, servicing and parts enquiries on-site.
While our dealerships outside of Auckland will be open for customers to visit, we are still offering contactless servicing and test drive options, with the ability to pick-up and drop-off at your convenience.
Under Alert Level 2, we will also be offering increased safety measures under Ministry of Health guidelines for all staff and customers.
24/7 Roadside Assistance
Our 24/7 Roadside Assistance service is 100% operational at all alert levels with special care taken towards the safety of you and our technicians. If you require Roadside Assistance, please call us on 0800 HYUNDAI (498 632).
Tips on keeping your Hyundai healthy when it's not being used
As a result of the COVID-19 restrictions, your Hyundai vehicle may see a reduction in usage.
Here are a few handy tips and recommended periodic checks to ensure when these restrictions are relaxed, your vehicle operates as normal and maintains its appearance.
We’re here to help
- Monday – Friday 7:30 am – 7:30 pm
- Saturday and Sunday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
We are available to assist with every request, no matter how big or small, as quickly as we can. That’s the New Zealand way of doing things, and it’s our way too.
As a 100% New Zealand owned company, we are local, so like you, our business and our people are feeling the impact too. It’s times like these that we all need to work together and support each other like Kiwis do when times get tough. We encourage you to take care of yourselves, your family and your wider community during this time.