What Are the Hyundai Maintenance Schedules?

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Staying up to date with your Hyundai maintenance schedule can go a long way towards ensuring smooth Denver commutes and thrilling Lakewood adventures. The Hyundai maintenance schedule is designed to help keep your new Hyundai running as safely and efficiently as possible. In our guide below, we will focus on the Hyundai Elantra maintenance schedule, Hyundai Santa Fe maintenance schedule, and the Hyundai Sonata maintenance schedule. If you have any questions about your particular model or want personalized guidance, our service team is standing by to help keep you on track with your Hyundai maintenance schedule!

Hyundai Elantra Maintenance Schedule

When you bring home a new Elantra, you want to retain that first-drive-feeling for as long as possible! Keep your performance at its peak by following the Hyundai Elantra maintenance schedule below:

  • Every 7,500 Miles
  • Inspect the following elements:
    • Air Cleaner filter
    • Air Conditioning compressor
    • Air Conditioning refrigerant
    • Battery condition
    • Hoses, brake lines, and connections
    • Disc pads and brakes
    • Boots and driveshaft
    • Muffler and exhaust pipe
    • Steering Gear rack, linkage, and boots
    • Suspension mounting bolts
    • Vacuum hose
  • Replace the following elements:
    • Climate control air filter
    • Engine oil and filter
    • Rotate tires
  • Every 15,000 Miles
  • Inspect the following elements:
    • Brake fluid
    • Fuel filter
    • Fuel tank air filter
    • Parking brake
    • Fuel tank, vapor hose, and fuel filler cap
  • Every 30,000 Miles
    • Inspect fuel lines, fuel hoses, and connections

Once you clock in about 95,000 miles, your spark plugs should be changed. Once you hit the 120,000-mile milestone, it is prudent to have your coolant levels checked!

Hyundai Sonata Maintenance Schedule

Cruising through Arvada in your new Sonata is an unbelievable feeling. You can retain the performance and safety prowess of your ride by sticking to the Hyundai Sonata maintenance schedule listed below:

Every 7,500 Miles

  • Inspect the following elements:
    • Air Cleaner filter
    • Air Conditioning compressor
    • Air Conditioning refrigerant
    • Battery condition
    • Hoses, brake lines, and connections
    • Disc pads and brakes
    • Boots and driveshaft
    • Muffler and exhaust pipe
    • Steering Gear rack, linkage, and boots
    • Suspension mounting bolts
    • Vacuum hose
  • Replace the following elements:
    • Climate control air filter
    • Engine oil and filter
    • Rotate tires

Every 15,000 Miles

  • Inspect the following elements:
    • Brake fluid
    • Fuel filter
    • Fuel tank air filter
    • Parking brake
    • Fuel tank, vapor hose, and fuel filler cap

Every 30,000 Miles

  • Inspect fuel lines, fuel hoses, and connections

Similar to the Elantra maintenance schedule, your spark plugs should be replaced once you see 95,000 miles on the odometer, and the coolant checked around 120,000 miles.

Hyundai Santa Fe Maintenance Schedule

The new Hyundai Santa Fe is a great option for Golden families and adventure seekers alike. Follow the Hyundai Santa Fe maintenance schedule listed below for optimized performance:

Every 7,500 Miles

  • Inspect the following elements:
    • Air Cleaner filter
    • Air Conditioning compressor
    • Air Conditioning refrigerant
    • Battery condition
    • Hoses, brake lines, and connections
    • Disc pads and brakes
    • Boots and driveshaft
    • Muffler and exhaust pipe
    • Steering Gear rack, linkage, and boots
    • Suspension mounting bolts
    • Vacuum hose
  • Replace the following elements:
    • Climate control air filter
    • Engine oil and filter
    • Rotate tires
    • Every 15,000 Miles
  • Inspect the following elements:
    • Brake fluid
    • Fuel filter
    • Fuel tank air filter
    • Parking brake
    • Fuel tank, vapor hose, and fuel filler cap
  • Every 30,000 Miles
    • Inspect fuel lines, fuel hoses, and connections
  • Every 60,000 Miles
    • Inspect valve clearance

Like the other Hyundai models listed above, we recommend a spark plug change at 95,000 miles, and a coolant check once your Santa Fe hits the 120,000-mile mark.

Turn to Planet Hyundai for Quality Hyundai Service!

It is important to note that the Hyundai maintenance schedule is suggested for drivers who navigate under normal circumstances and conditions. If you frequently encounter severe terrain, you will likely need to increase your service frequency. If you are ready to take on your next Hyundai maintenance service interval, schedule an appointment with us today, or contact us to learn more about how we can keep your ride in top shape! Our team can also help you understand coverage options like liability insurance for peace of mind on the road.

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