As one of the top Hyundai dealerships in the area, we offer a variety of specialty services that you won’t find at other dealerships. Because we work directly with Hyundai manufactured OEM parts, we are a certified auto parts reseller. This makes it easier for you to replace your older car parts with Hyundai certified parts and avoid the risk of dealing with a mechanic who might be using third-party tools and parts that could hurt your vehicle in the near or long term. In this article, we’ll go over some of the models and genuine Hyundai parts you can use to get your vehicle back to optimal performance.
Depending on the type of pat you are looking to replace will depend heavily on the Hyundai model you currently have. The models include Accent, Santa Fe, Elantra, Genesis, Tuscon, and Sonata. Because we have specialized in dealing with these models from the manufacturer directly, we most likely have exactly what you are looking for. Additionally, our technicians have an eye for specialty parts and what you may not even know that you need after you do a multi-point vehicle inspection.
With model parts that span multiple trim levels and years as well as everything from alternators and timing belts to rear suspension fluid types to electrical charging parts, it can be rather difficult to pop open the hood and begin work by yourself. You might feel that hiring a mechanic is possible but you are taking a risk when you decide to choose a third-party tool that needs to be fit by the manufacturer. Just do illustrate the wide variety of parts you might have to deal with, here is a list to show you how expansive things can get just for the general Hyundai vehicle.
Our list can get quite extensive and doesn’t even touch upon the subheadings of each part section listed. By dealing with a trained technician with experience in dealing with all of these parts and how they work in conjunction with the entire vehicle in context to the Hyundai manufacturer, you get a vehicle that is more likely to return to optimal form after a few years of wear and tear.