2021 Hyundai Elantra Exterior

How Often Should I Service My Hyundai Elantra?

Your Hyundai Elantra is an elegant family sedan that's built tough and to last. However, some of its longevity will have to do with your behavior as its owner. When you take care of the things you own, they last longer. In this way, nothing is more critical to your Elantra than its Hyundai Elantra maintenance schedule. This is a specific list of services you need to have performed on your Elantra according to where it's at in its lifespan. Our guide here to the Hyundai Elantra service intervals you need to follow will give you a helping hand in serving your model and trim. The following schedules are estimates for the Hyundai Elantra.

7,500-Mile Service

A veteran certified mechanic can quickly scan systems and make sure they're all working according to plan. A great period to check the battery, vacuum hose, suspension mounting bolts, muffler, exhaust pipe, and air conditioning refrigerant is 7,500 miles. Other services include oil and oil filter change and tire rotation.

15,000-Mile Service

The Elantra needs little maintenance at this time, but it benefits from an inspection of things like fuel filter, brake fluid, and parking brake. Just a general scan of these components can help a good mechanic spot any troubling issues early on.

30,000-Mile Service

Inspections continue to play an essential role in protecting your Elantra at this phase. An inspection of fuel hoses, connections, and fuel lines will verify that everything is running fine.

95,000-Mile Service

Spark plugs are a catalyst for ignition, so they're not optional. When they wear out, your Elantra can be in serious trouble. Because of this, we usually replace them at about 95,000 miles. New spark plugs can make a remarkable difference to a vehicle. You'll notice the difference right away from 95,000 miles and beyond.

120,000-Mile Service

Coolant provides a soothing function in your engine and other components. It keeps your vehicle from overheating. It also protects parts like gaskets and the water pump. This is one super important service that you won't want to miss.

Our certified auto mechanics are happy to schedule your next service or explain Hyundai Elantra's service intervals. Your service manual also has more valuable information that you can benefit from.


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