Hyundai Canada Customer Service Phone Number

Phone Number of Hyundai Canada is +1-888-216-2626 .
Hyundai Canada is one of the divisions of Hyundai, a global automotive products manufacturing company. It is the fourth largest automaker in the world. The history of the company dates back to 1947, when a South Korean businessman Chung Ju-yung established Hyundai Engineering and Construction Company. In 1967, the Hyundai Motor Company was born.

Hyundai manufactures and distributes a large number of trucks, SUVs, luxury cars, minivans, buses and other automotive vehicles. The company has a wide network of dealership and production offices at numerous locations across the world. It has sponsored various sport events including the FIFA World Cup, UEFA Euro and Korea Football Association. The company ranked 182th in the Financial Times Global 500 list in 2013.

Hyundai Canada has its head office in Seoul in South Korea. More than 63,099 workers employed in the automotive company. The company operates its branches in 193 countries around the world and serves numerous customers with quality automotive products. Moreover, the products offered by Hyundai Canada are delivered with warranty and the customer needs to register his or her product either through the dealer or from the official website of Hyundai Canada,

Dealer Locator Link of Hyundai Canada


For any assistance the customers can also visit the nearest Dealers to get assistance or other help from the team members of Hyundai Canada. Hyundai Canada has different Dealer locations at different places of the nation, the customers can track the nearest Dealer location by going through the official Dealer locator link of Hyundai Canada:
https://www.hyundaicanada.com/Pages/shoppingtools/DealerLocator.aspx

Hyundai Canada Contact Number for French Users


Customers who want to get assistance in french language can contact the Hyundai Canada on their french assistance contact number. The french assistance contact number of Hyundai Canada is written below:
French: 1-888-216-2626

Career Options offered by Hyundai Canada


The officials of Hyundai Canada are in need of talented and creative people who can work for the betterment of the unit, for this they are hiring employees for their business units. If you are interested in making your career at Hyundai Canada check the applying procedure of joining by going through the following link:
http://www.hyundaicanada.com/Pages/About/Careers.aspx

Contact Timings of Hyundai Canada


Customers can contact the customer service representatives through different mediums discussed above. But the customer service representatives are available on fixed timings. The customer service hours through which the customers can contact the officials are written below:
Monday – Friday / 8:00 - 6:00 EST
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Hyundai Canada Address


The address of Hyundai Canada is 75 Frontenac Drive, Markham, Ontario, Canada.

Hyundai Canada Email Address


The email address of Hyundai Canada is cr@hyundaicanada.com.

Hyundai Canada Website


The Website of Hyundai Canada is www.hyundaicanada.com.

Hyundai Canada Customer Support Service Phone Number


The customer support phone number of Hyundai Canada is +1-888-216-2626 (Click phone number to call).

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Customer care female
Ms. Chris Hunter CallsNov 08, 2017

Ms. Chris Hunter On Phone To Hyundai Canada Service
Hi, Having lots of electrical/mechanical problems with my new Elantra. I need to duscuss my options to change to another model as this is a lemon.

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Customer care male
Mr. Greg Elines CallsApr 10, 2016

Mr. Greg Elines On Phone To Hyundai Canada Service
To whom it may concern. I have a 2013 Hyundai Sante Fe that the backup camera has stopped working on. The camera was replaced by my Hyundai dealer once previously. I am now being told that the camera has an internal short, but is no longer covered under warranty. Obviously the camera was replaced with another defective part while still under warranty. Had the repair been done properly the camera would still be operational. The service department claims they have never seen this problem before, yet the internet is full of people complaining of the same problem. This is the second Sante Fe I have owned new from Hyundai. I also purchased a new Accent as well. Until now I have been very happy with Hyundai service and warranty. I would like to continue driving Hyundai if I know the company will stand behind their vehicles, especially on a known problem. Sincerally Greg Elines .

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Customer care male
Mr. John Wrigley CallsOct 16, 2015

Mr. John Wrigley On Phone To Hyundai Canada Service
I own a 2011 Hyundai sonata limited since new, the car has had regular maintenance and has never been driven in the winter, so it has been parked three to four months a year, the car only has 53000km on it. I am a red seal technician and have worked in the field for over 35 years I now tech auto mechanics at Thompson rivers university in Kamloops BC. My car engine started to knock then stopped while driving on a busy highway I was lucky and was able to pull over safely. The car was towed $200. 00 the dealer ship looked at it and sent the info to Hyundai. I was told that Hyundai will cover the short block only I will have to pay for the fluids to do the job, ed during winter in a they will transfer all parts. And I have no warranty on this engine. This is wrong in my opinion a car that blows up at 53000 I now have no car as you will not pay for a car rental either. I would expect that Hyundai would pay for towing, car rental and warranty the engine.

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Customer care female
Ms. Hilda Power CallsSep 20, 2015

Ms. Hilda Power On Phone To Hyundai Canada Service
I have a 2012 Elantra, I take excellent care of it and i am the only driver. While washing my car I noticed rust on the trunk where the lights are for the license plate, I was shocked, . Took it to the dealer, they took pics and was supposed to get back to me, they haven't. I've sent messages to Hyundaicanada, still no response. I am totally disillusioned by this service. NO more Hyundais for me.

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Customer care male
Mr. William Charles Lee CallsAug 28, 2015

Mr. William Charles Lee On Phone To Hyundai Canada Service
In 2009 I bought a brand new Sante Fe 3. 3L. The warranty has just expired, it only has 73, 817 KilometresYet the fuel gauge is reading empty with a full tank of gas and the check engine light stays on. I've replaced gas caps, which worked for just a day or two. This will be a costly repair for me, as I am on a fixed income. I am a retired person with a disabled wife and we had put our faith and money into a product that we felt would last and not cause us problems. Now it seems we may have made a mistake. It appears I am not alone with regards to the fuel sensor problem. I think if you want to keep your car company's reputation for good quality and customer service, you should do something about this problem. Issue a recall and compensate those of us who had to pay for a defect out of our pockets. 73, 000 kilometers is not a lot of wear and tear and I had all the service dates done at my local dealership where we bought the car.

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Customer care male
Mr. Darryl CallsJan 30, 2015

Brought car into local dealership because car wouldn't start in park, had to use shift lock override to place into gear. Problem is with neutral safety switch/ linkage corrosion. Dealer stated " if problem reoccurs transmission will need to be replaced". If you have no other issues than what I mentioned above, your transmission is perfectly fine. Hyundai dealer very dishonest. Will never go to again. Hyundai Canada was no help in thisand backed up dealer.

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