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Hyundai Service FAQs

How much does it cost to maintain a Hyundai?


A YouGov estimate ranks Hyundai as the 13th most popular carmaker, and it’s no wonder so many people favor the brand, particularly millennials who value Hyundai’s affordability and reliability. Depending on the vehicle’s age, mileage and location, RepairPal estimates the annual maintenance cost at approximately $468.


What is not included in a Hyundai warranty?


The Hyundai warranty covers many things, however regular labor costs for maintenance of your vehicle is not included. After the 12-month/12,000-mile term expires, normal wear and tear, tire replacement and ordinary maintenance items are no longer covered.


When should I get an oil change?


On average, drivers can complete oil changes every 4,500 - 5,000 miles, or 6,000 - 7,000 miles, depending on your driving habits.


How long does a car service take?


Generally, a basic service can be completed within 1 – 2 hours, while logbook services may take 2 – 4 hours.


Should I go to a Hyundai dealer for an oil change?


Many dealerships offer competitive rates with most local shops. As long as you keep copies of your receipts and maintain your regular oil change schedule, your warranty will still be in place even if you go to an independent shop.


Where can I go to get my Hyundai serviced?


If you have a MyHyundai account, you can schedule your recommended maintenance appointments from Hyundai service provider. Your vehicle’s personalized care information will always show up in your Vehicle Health account.


How much will I spend for a Hyundai service?


Using the Hyundai i20 and Hyundai Accent (petrol) as examples, owners can plan to spend approximately $189 for a yearly or 15,000km service for the first 50,000km or 40 months, whichever comes first. New owners of Hyundai’s popular i30 will pay an estimated $219 in service costs for the petrol, or $289 for the diesel.


How frequently should I get my Hyundai serviced?


It’s important to complete regular maintenance on your Hyundai to ensure it maintains its dependability. Ideally, it should be serviced at the following intervals: 15,000 miles, 30,000 miles, 60,000 miles, and 90,000 miles.


How much does an oil change cost at a Hyundai service provider?


Using the Hyundai Elantra as an example, an oil change can cost between $116 and $130 (including labor costs of about $48 to $60, and parts estimated between $60 and $70).


Should I get maintenance at 60,000 miles?


Your Hyundai owner’s manual is an excellent guide of the types of inspections or replacements your vehicle may need. However, at 60,000 miles, your vehicle will typically require an oil change, tire rotation or replacement and replacement of the spark plugs.


CITIES Near Vancouver


  • Richmond
  • Langley
  • Surrey
  • Vancouver
  • Burnaby

Hyundai Maintenance Schedule


15,000 a la Carte Service

· Install Fuel and Oil Additives
· Check Throttle Body
· Check Suspension
· Car Wash
· Road Test


3,000 or 3 months


· Set Tire PSI
· Multi Point Vehicle Check
· Check and Top Necessary Fluids
Replace Engine Oil and Filter (Up to 5 quarts)


30,000 mile service or 24 months


Replace Engine Oil and Filter
· Inspect and Service Steering and Suspension Components
· Inspect Heating and A/C System Operations
· Replace Spark Plugs (accent only)
· Clean Propeller Shaft and Torque Belt (4WD)


45,000 mile service

Replace Engine Oil and Filter
· Rotate and Balance Tires
· Replace Engine Air Filter
· Inspect and Service Steering and Suspension Components
· Inspect Heating and A/C System Operations


7,500 or 6 months

· Check and Top Necessary Fluids
· Parking Brake Inspection and Adjustment
· Multi-Point Vehicle Check
· Install Valvoline Fuel and Oil Treatments
Replace Engine Oil and Filter


Hyundai Owners Manual