When I purchased my Kona, I elected not to buy the extended warranty as over half the listed items that were covered were specifically ICE related. Most of the important things like traction battery, motor, reduction gearbox and associated electronics were already covered under the included 8 year 160,000 standard EV warranty. I didn't see the point but I suppose if it lets you sleep better at night then whatever. Hyundai should really market an EV specific extended warranty,
The packages do not specify exactly what is covered in the EV. The packages describe “ICE” vehicles and their components. Nothing specific to the EV.
No guarantee that an EV component will be covered in the event of malfunction. So not exactly sure what I would be paying for. Eventually Hyundai Canada should do a contract specific to EV, the future of automobile.