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2018 Hyundai Maintenance in Tacoma

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2018 Hyundai Maintenance in Tacoma

When you buy a new car, scheduling maintenance is most likely the last thing on your mind. However, you’ll definitely be seeing the mechanic within the first year, though not for any negative reason. The fact is, no matter how new a car is, it still needs consistent maintenance to stay in its best shape. Taking your car in for maintenance at least once a year is a great way to protect your investment. If you’ve just made a purchase, make sure you also know who’s going to be doing your 2018 Hyundai Maintenance in Tacoma.

2018 Hyundai Maintenance Schedule in Tacoma

Your best guide to your schedule for your brand-new vehicle is the owner’s manual, which is downloadable on the Hyundai website. If you don’t have a hard copy, be sure to download it and look it over closely. Most new-car maintenance will be fairly uneventful—your tires will be rotated, your fluids will be topped off or replaced, and your filters, electrical components, and engine will be inspected.

Farther on up the line, your 2018 Hyundai Maintenance in Tacoma will also involve changing the timing belt, replacing the drive belt and hoses, and changing the spark plugs. Again, your manual will cover that. You can extend the life of your brand-new Hyundai by checking the tire pressure, fluid, and filters yourself, and topping off the oil if you know how. This will help you catch any potential issues that might suddenly crop up ahead of time, and will help you get more familiar with your car. If you do notice an issue, however, get it to a mechanic as fast as possible. Not only are repairs more expensive the longer they go unaddressed, but your new Hyundai should still be under warranty.

2018 Hyundai Model Maintenance Availability

Hyundai has several new models for this year that utilize these maintenance services. The Santa Fe is Hyundai’s 7-seat compact crossover SUV, offering up more utility and more carrying capacity with a smaller size.

If you don’t need that much room, then the five-seat Santa Fe Sport is a performance-oriented version. People buying their first car might look into the entry-level Elantra, while the 2018 Hyundai Sonata is packed with technological and safety features, and is offered in both an Eco and a Sport model.

No matter what model you buy, be sure you schedule your 2018 Hyundai Maintenance in Tacoma on time. Larson Hyundai is located at 7601 South Tacoma Way, and offers both great deals and knowledgeable service. Contact us to make an appointment.

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