I did read somewhere that on a Hyundai lease buyout by the original leasee, Hyundai does convey all warranties as if the leasee purchased it new. It did not address the battery specifically though. I will have to find it again. It’s been months since I saw that. I did just find this.......interesting.....Interesting, I read that too, so taking the original owner as Hyundai, even buying out the lease is technically a second owner (because Hyundai is technically the first owner). My guess is they would be agreeable to somehow convey the lifetime warranty to the same original personal on the lease, but it definitely would need some confirmation by Hyundai in writing.
“As a reward for your loyalty, when you lease or finance a new Hyundai with Hyundai Finance within 60 days of returning your lease, your vehicle Disposition (Turn-in) Fee will be covered up to $400.1 As an additional benefit of your Loyalty Reward, any Excess Wear and Use charges will also be covered up to $500. That’s a total reward of up to:
Towards your Turn-in Fee and Excess Wear and Use charges.