The Hyundai Tucson is a compact SUV with major versatility. If you're the lucky new owner of a Tucson, you're probably raring and ready to embark on new adventures. Before you start crossing items off your to-do list in this highly capable crossover, check out the care it will need to continue running like it did on day 1 with our Hyundai Tucson maintenance schedule.

The following checks and changes recommended by Hyundai are crucial to the performance and safety of your new ride, so make sure that you stick to them! Take note that these intervals build on one another, so the longer you drive your vehicle, the more care it will require.  

At and Every 7,500 Miles

Every 7,500 miles (or 12 months, whichever comes first), your Hyundai Tucson is due for an:

Make sure that you take your vehicle to a trusted Hyundai certified service center that will also perform a multi-point inspection to ensure everything is running as it should.

At and Every 15,000 Miles

An odometer reading of 15,000 is a major milestone for your Hyundai Tucson in terms of required maintenance. It will be due for its second oil change and tire rotation in addition to the following inspections:

  • Air conditioning refrigerant
  • Brake components, including hoses and lines, front disc brake/pads, calipers, and rotors
  • Exhaust pipe and muffler
  • Suspension and powertrain components, including mounting bolts, ball joints, steering gear box, drive shafts, boots, and propeller shaft (in all-wheel drive versions)

The climate control air filter will also need to be replaced.

At and Every 30,000 Miles

At and every 30,000 miles driven, your Hyundai Tucson will require the aforementioned services as well as a few more key inspections. A certified technician will need to take a look at the following elements:

  • Brake fluid, rear disc brake/pads, and parking brake
  • Fuel filter
  • Fuel lines, hoses, and connections
  • Fuel tank, fuel tank air filter, vapor hose, and filler cap

…And Repeat!

As you continue to add mileage to your vehicle, you'll continue to perform the above services every 7,500, 15,000, and 30,000 miles. Here are a few outlier items required at key points that aren't covered by the services mentioned above:

  • If your Tucson is an all-wheel drive version, at 37,500 miles, the rear axle and transfer case oils will need to be inspected.
  • At your vehicle's 60,000-mile checkup, the valve clearance and the drive belt need to be inspected.
  • At 105,000 miles, your Tucson's spark plugs will need to be replaced.

Get Your Hyundai Tucson Serviced

Due for your first, second, or third maintenance check? Action Hyundai of Millville's professional Hyundai technicians can lend a helping hand! Our trusted technicians specialize in repairing Hyundai brand vehicles and performing every routine maintenance procedure with care and confidence.

Ready to sign up your Hyundai Tucson for a maintenance visit? Cape May County, Cumberland County, and Salem County Tucson owners, schedule an appointment at a time that works for you using our convenient online service scheduler or feel free to call us at 888-818-1377 and ask for service.

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