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I am not sure what warranty you were given at the time you purchased it but most cars at present have a three(3) year 100,000 kilometre warranty
In addition you still have the statutory guarantees which do not have an expiry date.
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At the time you purchased your car it may not have had a 5 year warranty. You would need to check the documentation you have.
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I cannot and do no have access to the records of hyundai I am sorry to say.
I have located this link which explains the warranty periods and art is produced in 2013
Even so if you have an issue with the car and the warranty has expired and it is a manufacturing fault the law protects you and the link I sent from the ACCC explains the law in australia
The link I have provided you clearly identifies a 5 year warranty.