Get your Tucson Serviced at CMA's Hyundai of Winchester
There is a lot to love about the Hyundai Tuscon, from its powerful engine options to its spectacular features and options. Buying a vehicle is a considerable investment, and you want to make sure that you are protecting your investment by getting regular maintenance. This is why we have created a maintenance schedule to follow when it comes to maintaining your Tucson so that you keep it working for a long time. Keep in mind that this maintenance schedule is a guideline as you have to factor in things like weather and how often you drive your vehicle. Also, if you need repairs made to your Tuscon, you can always trust our experts here at CMA's Hyundai of Winchester! Now let's get to that schedule!
7,500 Mile Service
It's recommended that you get service done on your Tucson every 7,500 miles or every twelve months, whatever comes first. This will include a standard oil change and oil filter change, air filter replacement, and a multi-point inspection. In addition, you should also have our experts here at CMA's Hyundai of Winchester inspect your air cleaner filter, air conditioning compressor, air conditioning refrigerant, and inspect the condition of your battery. Next, have our experts check the brake lines, hoses, and connections, as well as the exhaust pipe and muffler. Finally, replace the climate control air filter, add a fuel additive, and complete a tire rotation so that your tires will wear evenly.
15,000 Mile Service
At the 15,000 mile mark, on top of all the things we have already covered, there are a few things that you should have our experts here at CMA's Hyundai of Winchester check. These include having the brake fluid checked, driveshafts and boots inspected, and have your fuel filter inspected. We would also check your front brake disc, pads, and calipers, as well as your rear brake discs and pads. This is especially important if you hear any grinding or squealing noise coming from your brakes. Next, we will check your steering gearbox, linkage and boots, as well as the lower ball joint and upper ball joint. Finally, we will inspect the suspension mounting bolts.
30,000 Mile Service and Beyond
When you hit the 30,000-mile mark on top of all the maintenance items we have already covered, there are a few more things to consider. You should inspect the fuel tank air filter, the parking brake, propeller shaft, and rear differential oil. At the next interval, the 37,500-mile mark, if you own an all-wheel-drive Tucson, then be sure to have our experts inspect the rear axle and transfer case oil. At 60,000 miles, we will check the valve clearance and the drive belt. And finally, at the 105,000-mile mark, we will check and replace your spark plugs if necessary.
Get Tucson Maintenance Done at CMA's Hyundai of Winchester
Once again, these are guidelines, and you should always factor in things like weather and how often your drive your Tucson. But, when you need service done on your Tucson, you can always trust our professionals here at CMA's Hyundai of Winchester to get the job done right! Whether you need an oil change, a tire rotation, or something more serious, our team will always be there. You can make an appointment by heading down to our dealership and doing so in person or by filling out a form here on our website. We can't wait to work on your Tucson here at CMA's Hyundai of Winchester!