Hyundai Tucson 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 Tucson Maintenance Schedule?

The Hyundai Tucson is one of the most charismatic SUVs around. The Tucson is a solid performer when it comes to comfort, technology, and a smooth ride. While the Hyundai Tucson is one of the most reliable cars on the market, it needs to have regular maintenance and upkeep to perform at its best. The Tucson has a recommended service schedule based on mileage. While you'll need to have an oil change beforehand, the first comprehensive service for the Tucson begins at 15,000 miles.

15,000-Mile Service

Bringing your Tucson in for its first scheduled service appointment is imperative to make sure it doesn't have any major issues. When the Tucson gets to 15,000 miles, it will be due for a tire rotation and an air filter replacement for the climate control. The Hyundai Tucson should have its tires rotated as well for safety reasons. The Tucson will also require a fuel additive, and the air conditioning refrigerant will be replaced. The battery and brake fluid will be checked, as will the brake hoses, lines, and connections. The exhaust pipe and the muffler are inspected at 15,000 miles, too.

30,000-Mile Service

When the car gets to 30,000 miles, it will have more services performed. The Hyundai Tucson will have some of the same services repeated, including getting the brake fluid changed, along with the brake lines and hoses. The driveshafts and boots will be inspected at 30,000 miles. The Tucson will have the front and rear brake pads checked, along with the calipers. The steering box and boots will also be checked to make sure they are in good condition. The air filter for the fuel tank is checked at this service point, along with the vacuum hose.

60,000-Mile Service

When your Hyundai reaches 60,000 miles, it will have even more services performed. Many of the same services from the previous mileage-based checkpoints are repeated. The Hyundai Tucson will also have the brake fluid changed and the spark plugs replaced. The air conditioning refrigerant may be changed as well, and the air conditioning compressor will be inspected. The drive belts of the Hyundai Tucson are inspected at 60,000 miles as well.

90,000-Mile Service

As the Hyundai Tucson approaches the 90,000-mile mark, it will be due for more services. At this time, the Tucson will have the brake fluid, and the parking brake checked. The rear differential oil will also be inspected, along with the fuel tank, the fuel filler cap, and the vapor hose. The transfer case oil may be changed as well.

Contact us to learn more about mileage-based service for your Hyundai Tucson today.


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