Keeping your vehicle in optimum condition is about more than simply bringing it in for an annual service or MOT. Many of our customers like to ensure they stay on top of vehicle maintenance at home too, and therefore have questions about various elements of Hyundai care, such as when a particular part should be changed or how much different service options cost.
In this FAQ section, we aim to answer some of the most common questions that arise in relation to Hyundai vehicle maintenance. We hope you’ll find it a useful tool when you’re looking for information about any aspect of aftersales, from servicing and parts to warranties and roadside assistance.
Should you require more detailed advice, feel free to give our team in Thornbury a call or contact us via our Live Chat service. We’ll be happy to answer your questions or book your Hyundai in for aftercare.
Your vehicle’s safety systems are checked during its MOT. These include lights, electrical wiring, the horn, steering and suspension systems, brakes, tyres, seat belts and more. For a full list of what is covered, contact our aftersales department.
Hyundai’s five-year, unlimited mileage warranty covers the cost of parts and labour for any issue that arises from a manufacturing defect, subject to the terms and conditions. Repairs or replacements needed due to ordinary wear and tear are not covered. Roadside assistance is also included.
Typically a brake fluid change is required every two years. These are generally included as part of your routine servicing schedule. If, however, you experience difficulty pressing the brake pedal or your ABS light illuminates, bring your vehicle to us for a check as the fluid may need changing ahead of time.
Hyundai recommends that for vehicles registered from March 2013, the service interval depends on the model. For those registered from September 2017, petrol and hybrid cars should be serviced every year or 10,000 miles, while diesels have an interval of one year or 20,000 miles.
Generally, brake pads need to be changed every 50,000 -70,000 miles, depending on your driving habits, whether you cover more miles in town or on the motorway, and the materials your pads are made from. Wear will be checked during your annual MOT.
The price of a Hyundai oil change depends on the model you own and the type of oil it uses. For a quote from our experts at Berkeley Vale, contact us today.
The cost for an extended warranty for your Hyundai depends on the provider you choose. At Berkeley Vale we work with a range of suppliers and aim to provide competitive quotes on extended warranties – contact us today for details.
The number of elements included in your Hyundai service depends on the type you require: Base, Interim or Full. Full is the most comprehensive, including elements such as brake fluid changes and fuel filter replacements. Contact us today for further details.
The Hyundai i30 requires a service once a year or every 10,000 – 20,000 miles (depending on the fuel it uses), whichever of these comes first. To find out if your next service is due, contact us at Berkeley Vale today.
Extended warranties for your Hyundai can be purchased through a range of providers. To find out what packages are available, contact our team today.
The eSENSEtials servicing programme is designed for Hyundai vehicles outside their warranty period. You can choose from three tiers and add your MOT to the package for a fixed price. It also includes up to 12 months’ roadside assistance. Prices start from just £99.
The cost of a Hyundai i20 service depends on the vehicle’s engine size and fuel type, and what level of service you require. For a quote tailored to your specific i20, contact us at Berkeley Vale today.
Free roadside assistance comes as standard with the Hyundai five-year/unlimited mileage warranty. This covers you for the whole period from the date of registration, provided your vehicle is serviced at an authorised Hyundai repairer in line with the recommended service schedule.
Hyundai Assurance is an umbrella term for a variety of benefits offered by the manufacturer when you purchase a vehicle. It includes annual health checks, roadside assistance and, of course, the five-year, unlimited mileage warranty.
Hyundai vehicles are commonplace on the UK market, and therefore parts are generally inexpensive. The cost does, however, depend on the particular component you need. For a quote on an item, contact our parts department today.