Hyundai Kona Exterior

* Listed service intervals serve as a general guide and are not associated with the OEM. Please refer to your vehicle's owners manual for optimal recommendations for your specific model.

What Is the Hyundai Kona Maintenance Schedule?

The Kona is a great car. It will take you where you want to go. Do you want to ensure it runs smoothly for a long time? It is essential to stay on top of its regular maintenance. It means following the recommended schedule in your manual. You have to be consistent about it.

Some of the things you will need to do regularly may include:

  • Checking the oil
  • Checking the tire pressure
  • Rotating the tires
  • Changing the air filter

It is also a good idea to have the car serviced by a professional mechanic now and then. You will help keep your Kona running like new for years to come.

The Hyundai Kona service intervals vary depending on the year and trim of your vehicle. The general service intervals below are a good starting point. They are for anyone interested in keeping their Kona running at optimal performance. It is always a good idea to consult your manual. You can see the specific service intervals for your year and trim.

15,000-Mile Service

Most automakers recommend a 15,000-mile service for their vehicles. A mechanic will change the oil if it is due. They will also check the brakes and tires. The technician will perform any other necessary maintenance.

It depends on your driving habits and condition. It may be necessary every 15,000 miles.

30,000-Mile Service

As you near the 30,000-mile mark, it is time for your Kona's next service checkpoint. It may include a more detailed inspection of the tires, brakes, and an oil change. Your Kona's fuel and air filter may need to be changed.

60,000-Mile Service

Have you had the brakes and brake fluid replaced yet? They may be inspected and possibly changed at this point. You may also want to have an issue with the timing belt checked.

The coolant fluid and transmission fluid are due for a change. It is done between 60,000 and 75,000 miles, so they will also be changed if necessary. An inspection of the battery may also be needed.

90,000-Mile Service

The 90,000-mile service checkup can be more comprehensive for your Kona.

The following components will be replaced:

  • Hoses
  • Spark plugs
  • Power steering fluid
  • The timing belt

Following your Hyundai Kona maintenance schedule keeps your vehicle in good shape. Our team of certified Hyundai technicians can inspect and service your Kona. Do you have any questions about the service intervals for your Kona? Contact our service department.



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