Car care should be carefree. To make sure your driving experience is low on anxiety and high on satisfaction, we’ve developed Car Care. Complete and convenient vehicle service from an authorized Hyundai dealer using high-quality genuine Hyundai parts is an unbeatable combination that helps keep your vehicle running perfectly.
At Hyundai of Auburn we also provide state-of-the-art amenities to make you feel right at home while you wait for your vehicle in service. Customers can enjoy things like complimentary Wi-Fi, Water, and an assortment of other beverages and snacks. Schedule your service today and experience the convenience and comfort that comes with servicing your vehicle at Hyundai of Auburn.
Hyundai of Auburn, Alabama, has more to offer than its spectacular range of well-equipped and fuel-efficient vehicles. Our service center team is ready and willing to take care of every maintenance, upgrade, and inspection your vehicle needs to keep running the way you like it. Here we’ll wade through the details of what we can do for you and your valued Hyundai.
Hyundai takes pride in the quality and integrity of every part it produces. Hyundai of Auburn only uses original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts during its service and upgrade operations, so you can be sure the performance you get will be solid, long-lasting, and dependable. The Hyundai N line of performance parts has just what you need to take your Hyundai from the factory to fantastic.
Performance part options include spoilers, diffusers, carbon fiber body moldings, sport grip steering wheels and gear shifters, metal door scruffs, air intake kits, strut bars, monoblock brake systems, lightweight wheels, and many more. You can order all of these impressive performance parts through our dedicated parts center. Once the parts come in, our service pros will install them with the readiness and precision of a pit crew, thanks to their many years of experience and comprehensive, up-to-date training.
Every Hyundai vehicle comes with an owner’s manual that details every maintenance task required to keep it running optimally. When the time comes for your valued Hyundai’s scheduled maintenance, you can depend on us. The following is a list of our most common maintenance operations and how regularly they should generally be done. Drivers should heed their owner’s manuals if they conflict with our information. Such variances are to be expected since some vehicles require very different maintenance patterns than others.
Whether you prefer a utilitarian workhorse of a truck, an SUV, a speedy beast of a coupe, or a sedan, the brakes are among the most vital components of any Hyundai. Driving with badly maintained brakes isn’t just dangerous — it’s illegal nationwide. Collisions and related damages resulting from poor brake maintenance are always declared the driver’s fault, and the consequences are always costly. You can avoid them by having your brakes fully serviced every six months.
Brake system fluid should be replaced every four brake service checks or every 30,000 miles, whichever comes first. Brake pads must be changed every 10,000 to 20,000 miles, depending on their type and usage. These things may need to be done more often if you have a powerful sports vehicle, a hard-working pickup, or an SUV you use off-road often.
Motor oil, transmission fluid, antifreeze, power steering fluid, and others must be checked, topped off, and regularly changed. Entirely synthetic motor oil should be changed every 7,500 to 10,000 miles, natural motor oil should be changed every 3,000 to 5,000 miles, and mixed motor oil should be changed every 5,000 to 7,000 miles. Transmission fluid should be flushed out and replaced every 30,000 to 100,000 miles for automatic transmission and every 30,000 to 60,000 miles for manual vehicles. Auto-manual transmissions should have the transmission fluid flushed every 30,000 miles or every two years, whichever comes first.
Antifreeze fluid should be changed every 30,000 miles on average, but some forms only require changing every 100,000 miles. Check your owner’s manual for specific details. Power steering fluid needs to be flushed out and replaced every 40,000 to 80,000 miles. These may seem like minor maintenance tasks, but ensuring they’re done on time will save drivers thousands and thousands of dollars in parts replacements. Thankfully, it’s easy to schedule regular service with Hyundai of Auburn’s service center.
This is probably the task whose range has expanded the most over recent years. Gone are the days when all vehicles had simple block batteries. Hybrid and fully electric Hyundai vehicles require more battery service, but keeping them at their best is more than worth the cost. The more well-maintained these battery core systems are, the more efficiently they’ll charge and run. Most hybrid and fully electric vehicles run on lithium-ion batteries. These batteries are particularly good at holding considerable charges. They’re also capable of being charged quickly with the right charging platform.
We also deal with standard vehicle batteries in three forms: absorbent glass mat, standard flooded, and enhanced flooded varieties. Standard flooded batteries are the most common of the three. They last from around 18 months to five years, depending on the frequency and scale of use. Enhanced flooded batteries last a bit longer, only requiring swapping every three to six years. Absorbent gas mat batteries last the longest, requiring replacement every six years to a decade.
Wheel alignments and tire rotations are key to ensuring long lives for your Hyundai’s tires. Treads are far more likely to wear unevenly when the tire and wheel alignments and rotations are off. Tires with unevenly worn treads are a serious driving hazard, as they are more likely to suffer serious integrity failures than their evenly worn counterparts.
Wheel alignments should be taken care of every other oil change or every 6,000 miles. Depending on the vehicle, tires must be rotated every 5,000 to 7,000 miles. The more heavily a vehicle’s drive system is taxed, the more regularly these things need to be done.
The service professionals at Hyundai of Auburn can help with every single maintenance task your valued vehicle requires throughout its lifetime. They’ll also gladly upgrade your Hyundai in whatever way you require, using only our best OEM and performance parts. Our Hyundai service center is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday. It is closed on Sundays. Remember to stick to your vehicle’s maintenance schedule and avoid costly repairs by taking advantage of our affordable services.