One of the hottest Hyundai models on the market is the Hyundai Kona. A sportier and more compact SUV, it is one of the hottest options available and popular among Hyundai customers. When you purchase a Hyundai Kona, there are some maintenance services you need to keep in mind and keep up with so that your Kona lasts you as long as possible.
In many cases, it will be several years before your Kona needs transmission service, but when you reach the 90k miles on the odometer, you should have the transmission fluid flushed from within your transmission and exchanged with new fluid. If you start to notice that your gears are not shifting properly and you have exchanged your transmission fluid, you need to bring your Kona in for a transmission inspection and have it serviced.
Because your tires are the connection between your Kona and the highway, their quality and performance are essential. If you need one of the following services, head into our tire center today:
The most common service that your Kona will experience is the oil change, required every 3,000 to 5,000 miles. You can choose between conventional oil changes, semi-synthetic, or synthetic oil to fit your preference. The quality of the oil starts to go up as you work through the different types and is more beneficial with higher-mileage models.
Is it time to change your brake pads on your Hyundai Kona? Maybe you need to exchange the brake fluid in your brake system. These are the most common brake services that your Kona will need over the course of its life to keep the brake system operating properly.
While your new battery will last you several years in your Kona, it will eventually start to lose power and need replacing. When you are having your Kona in for a standard service, our certified technicians are able to test the life of the battery and determine ahead of time when you may need a new one.
If you own a Hyundai Kona in the Milwaukee area and are looking for a leader in quality service, head over to John Amato Hyundai of Milwaukee today. When you trust the Hyundai service center to provide your maintenance service, you have access to the OEM parts and technicians trained specifically for your make and model vehicle. Give us a call today or schedule your next Kona service online today at your convenience.