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How Often Should I Service My Hyundai Elantra?

The Hyundai Elantra is a perfect example of a compact car that manages to create a mid-size sedan's passenger space. Accordingly, Hyundai also includes innovations that make it one of the lower maintenance vehicles around. You won't need to bring in your Elantra as often as other models, but it still needs to follow a strict Hyundai Elantra maintenance schedule to stay in good health. These Hyundai Elantra service intervals should get you on the right track, but your service manual will have even more in-depth information.

7,500-Mile Service

Early on in its life, Elantra service schedules will follow mostly just inspections. You'll need your regular oil change and filter change, as well as a tire rotation, but other than that, it's inspections across the board. Our team will inspect things like your air cleaner filter, disc pads and brakes, steering gear rack, boots, and linkage. The goal is to make sure your Elantra is holding up under road conditions and doesn't exhibit any early symptoms of problems.

15,000-Mile Service

The Elantra at 15,000 miles is still performing beautifully and like new. Our certified auto mechanics want things to stay this way. This is why at 15,000 miles, we'll inspect components like the fuel filter, brake fluid, fuel tank, and vapor hose. If anything at all is wearing down or off track, we'll quickly remedy the situation and get your Elantra back to healthy.

30,000-Mile Service

Another round of inspections comes at about 30,000 miles. Here our team will check fuel hoses, lines, and connections to ensure that there's no corrosion or damage. These issues are easily fixed when caught early, so this is why you'll want to be sure to keep up with these regular inspections.

95,000-Mile Service

Your Elantra's spark plugs usually need to be replaced by 95,000 miles. And that's not surprising. By this time, your spark plugs have been responsible for igniting your engine and setting off every one of your legendary adventures (or commutes to work).

120,000-Mile Service

Coolant protects many of your vital components from injury. Keep your Elantra healthy by letting us check coolant levels and then replace coolant if the need arises. It's not unusual to need fresh coolant by this 120,000-mile point.

Use your service manual for more precise Hyundai Elantra service intervals or contact our team for information.


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