These two items seem to contradict one another:
How do they contradict, you ask? Well, Hyundai has the longest warranty in the business, and they certainly don't want to have to pay for stuff if it breaks, so the quality goes up. We'd be concerned about Chrysler since it just cut its warranty in half. We still believe a longer warranty is a good value for customers and a show of good faith from the manufacturers that they've made a great product and stand behind it. We bet this is just a ploy to get people to turn over cars faster so their car is always under warranty. Go, Hyundai!