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When should I service my Hyundai ix35?

The ix35’s service schedule makes mention of normal or adverse conditions and, for the former, a service is only carried out every 30,000km or two years, whichever comes first. For a used car, we don’t recommend leaving services that long, so we suggest using the official ‘adverse conditions’ schedule, where an oil and oil filter service is required every 15,000km, or every year.

Otherwise, at that 30,000km/two years mark, along with the oil and oil filter, the cabin filter and fuel filter should be replaced. On top of that, both the brake fluid and clutch fluid should be changed. The air filter must be replaced at 60,000km or two years, while the engine coolant should be flushed out and renewed at 90,000km/five years and then every 30,000km/two years.

Does the Hyundai ix35 have a timing belt?

Nope. All of the engines used in the ix35 used timing chains instead of belts, and they’re designed to last the life of the engine.

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Last updated on October 2, 2020