I have a 2010 Elantra and according to the owners manual should have scheduled maintenance at 37500 but when I called a dealership they said next maintenance was @ 45000. I'm definitely not dying to spend money I don't have to, so as long as I am getting regular oil changes and rotate tires should I not worry about it till 45K?
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2010 Hyundai Elantra
Question: maintenance schedule for Elantra
Answer #1Superbob June 27, 2011, 16:36Master
I can't imagine why they'd turn away easy work when it's in your maintenance book. I suppose if you get the oil changed and rotate the tires you'll be OK. Just don't invalidate your warrantee by not having the service stamp, or a receipt if those are required as stated in the warrantee book. I'm such a worrier..
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