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Replacing an i30 headlamp globe

Asked by Rob Pizziol

My daughter purchased a new 2015 Hyundai i30. The headlamp globe has blown and the dealer wants $65 to replace it. Why should she have to pay for a new globe, as the car is very new? Why is this not covered under warranty and what part will fail next? Joan from Hyundai says it's a consumable part, but globes should and do last longer than that. What do you suggest? Frustrated Hyundai customer.

Answered by CarsGuide

19 Aug 2016 Graham Smith

Headlamp globes are listed in the warranty as consumables and not covered. It's the same with all carmakers Hyundai is no different. It's not a big deal.

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