Celebrating Milestones!

Congratulations! You've either recently purchased or are the current owner of Hyundai's premier sedan, the Hyundai Elantra. In order to keep your Elantra performing at its optimal level, you know you need to keep up with the manufacturer's recommended service schedule, but where do you start? You're going to have make sure you keep it well maintained with regards to service. In order to get the most out of your Elantra, it's important to remember several vehicle milestones that require maintenance service.

When your Elantra reaches...

At the 7,500 and 15,000 mileage mark you're going to want to get some of your Elantra's parts inspected. This includes the: air filter; air conditioning components; battery; brakes; suspension; exhaust pipe; and muffler. At this point, it's a great time to get the vehicle's tires rotated, as well as replacing the oil, along with its filter. It's also recommended that you add a fuel additive if you haven't used a top tier gasoline detergent.

When your Elantra turns 22,500 and 30,000 miles

You're going to want to get the previously mentioned services as well as inspecting your Elantra's fuel lines, fuel hoses, and connections. The inspection of your Elantra parts should continue to take place at every 7,500 miles from 37,500 to 150,000 mileage mark.

Your World Car Hyundai dealerships would be happy to service your Elantra when they reach these road warrior achievements and as always consult with your owner's manual for any further questions regarding recommended maintenance.

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