Hyundai Elantra Service Schedule
Hyundai Elantra Service Schedule
Get your Elantra Maintenance done here at CMA’s Hyundai of Winchester
We know that you want to keep your Hyundai Elantra running as long as possible, and here at CMA’s Hyundai of Winchester, we want to help you do just that. That way, you can travel many miles and keep it for many years. Doing so will require taking care of your regular Elantra maintenance and staying on top of your oil change intervals so your Elantra gets all the care it needs. Now that we have the basics covered, you’ll need a maintenance schedule to help keep your Elantra on the road. Below is a comprehensive guide to your Elantra’s maintenance. Once you are done reading, get your Elantra’s maintenance done here at CMA’s Hyundai of Winchester!
Six Months or 7,500 Miles
For those who have a relatively new Elantra, we at CMA’s Hyundai of Winchester want to congratulate you on your purchase, and we would also like to tell you how to maintain it. Your first service interval will come at the 7,500-mile or six-month mark, whichever comes first. During this interval, you will get a few minor touchpoints regarding your repair and inspection. These items will include an oil and filter change, tire rotation, car battery inspection, and a vacuum hose and air filter inspection. In addition, you will want to have these things done every 7,500 miles to keep your Elantra running for as long as possible.
One Year or 15,000 Miles
Once you have been crusing around the streets of Winchester for more than a year, it should be around the time to get your 15,000-mile maintenance check. There will be a little more to this checkup than the 7,500-mile mark as in addition to repeating all of the same tasks from your first maintenance check, our highly skilled technicians here at CMA’s Hyundai of Winchester will also provide you Elantra with an air filter replacement, an air conditioning inspection, suspension inspection, a comprehensive brake inspection, muffler and exhaust pipe inspection, and anything else you might need!
Eighteen Months or 22,500 Miles
When you get to the third inspection for your Hyundai Elantra, you will get all the checks we have listed above and a few other things to keep your Elantra running at its best. Once again, the most important thing you can do to ensure your Elantra’s health is to get an oil change, so be sure to get that done at this mileage interval. If you have any other questions about all the services performed at this mileage interval, then be sure to get in touch with our highly skilled technicians here at CMA’s Hyundai of Winchester!
Two Years or 30,000 Miles
Once you have driven your Hyundai Elantra for two years or 30,000 miles, it’s time to get your next checkup! When you get to this maintenance check, our excellent technicians here at CMA’s Hyundai of Winchester will do all of the checks we have already mentioned, along with a few other essential things. At this interval are things like a comprehensive air filter replacement, a thorough fuel inspection, an air conditioner inspection, a comprehensive brake inspection, a suspension inspection, and a muffler and exhaust pipe inspection. These will help you keep your Elantra running for a long time!
Get your Elantra Maintenace Done Here!
If you want to get maintenance done on your Elantra, whether it be a simple oil change, tire rotation, or something more substantial, you can always trust our experts here at CMA’s Hyundai of Winchester to get the job done quickly and professionally. We are excited about the prospect of working on your Elantra, and you can schedule your service by heading down to our dealership and doing so in person or by filling out an appointment form right here on our website. We look forward to seeing you here at CMA’s Hyundai of Winchester!