You just invested that big fat bonus on a new Hyundai car. In these times, it’s definitely your second safe space after home. And you’d want to enjoy years of comfortable, hassle-free drives with it. For that, Preventive Maintenance Service (PMS) is key. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, remember?
Now if you want to keep your outdoor activities to the strict minimum, Hyundai has your back. You can conveniently book your PMS online through the Hyundai Dealer-to-your-Door (D2D) Home Service and Pick-up and Delivery service at atyourservice.hyundai.ph.
Take your PMS seriously. Here are 5 reasons why.
You save much more compared to paying for major repairs and parts replacement. Change oil to prevent engine problems. Replace car fluids to avoid wearing down the engine and to keep all systems in top running condition.
You reduce chances of breakdowns and save yourself the stress and worry. A major breakdown can get you stuck on the road. A major repair can leave you without a car for a span. And, oh yes, those bills…
You prevent possible accidents. A smooth drive is a safe drive. Check important components regularly to nip potential problems at the bud and keep yourself, your passengers, and other road users safe.
You extend the life of your car and can even demand a higher resale price once you decide to replace it.
You give back to society and the environment. Didn’t expect that, did you? A well-maintained car gives you better mileage, cuts down on fuel consumption, AND reduces the amount of toxic emissions that an otherwise poorly maintained vehicle releases into the atmosphere.
Take care of your Hyundai and it will take care of you.
Start the year right with this simple checklist:
Every month, check for oil leaks, bulging or damaged hoses, worn belts, shallow tire treads, low tire pressure, low coolant level, and clogged or dirty air filter.
Every three months, change oil and oil filter, refill windshield washer fluid and transmission fluid, flush or change the power steering fluid, replace corroded battery terminals and busted or malfunctioning lights
Every six months, replace malfunctioning or corroded wiper blades.