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Hyundai Motor Company is a subsidiary of the Hyundai Group, a South Korean conglomerate that also owns shipping companies and Kia Motors. Hyundai debuted in Germany in 1991 with four model series. However, the parvenu quickly established itself as a major challenger to the established players. The majority of buyers are undoubtedly most concerned about Hyundai's performance: a five-year warranty. There are no ifs or buts and no mileage limit. Commercial customers and the H-1 model, a van inspired by the VW T5, are the only ones who do not qualify. The rest of the model range, on the other hand, provides for a hassle-free five-year period. This includes not only traditional internal combustion engines, but also all major alternative powertrains such as hybrid, plug-in hybrid and electric models. From the compact i10 to the tough TUCSON:Hyundaihas a suitable car for everyone.
The overviews below show service intervals, engine oil requirements and tips for the most recent Hyundai models. The intervals and guidelines are only an indication, circumstances can occur in which a garage gives another advice.
Hyundai timing belt
Almost all Hyundai models have a timing belt. There are some models of the Hyundai i10 that have a chain, such as the 1.0 and 1.2 from the year 2012-2013. Click on the next page for an overview of the service intervals for the timing belts.
Tyre pressure Hyundai
The tyre pressure of your Hyundai should be checked monthly to ensure optimum performance. In addition, wrong tyre pressure can cause high fuel consumption and the tyres can wear out faster or irregularly. On the following pages you will find an overview of the tyre pressures for your Hyundai.
Known problems and buying advice Hyundai
For popular Hyundai models, we have listed the known problems and buying advice. Click on the links below to read on!
Which engine oil Hyundai
Changing engine oil on time is crucial for the condition of your engine. It is also important to know which motor oil you need. The maintenance booklet always mentions the suitable motor oil. Do you want to know which motor oil to put in your Hyundai? Then use the handy search tool from Kroon Oil: