Hyundai Winter Check | Johnsons Hyundai

Hyundai Winter Check - £59.99

With the dark nights upon us and the sudden drop in temperature that comes with it, driving conditions can become more challenging with vehicle handling and stability dramatically affected.

Did you know that wheel alignment issues can cause off-centre steering wheel position, loose steering control, premature tyre wear and a decrease in fuel economy?

What's included?

All of your checks will be carried out by our experienced manufacturer trained technicians in Johnsons state-of-the-art workshops, for that added peace of mind.

Vehicle health check

Check and adjust wheel alignment

Wiper blade condition check

Anti-freeze level and condition check

Battery charging system and condition check

Fluid level inspection

Tyre wear and pressure check

Light operations test

Free wash & vac

Terms and conditions apply: Offer valid until 28th February 2018. Available to retail customers at participating dealers only, subject to availability on selected models only. Offers stated cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, discount or privilege purchase scheme. In addition, offers can not be transferred to any recent bookings. Stated offers cannot be reimbursed.

There is no cash alternative to any offers stated within this page. Images and vehicles shown for illustration purposes only.

Complimentary top-up quantity of oil and anti-freeze limited to a maximum of 0.25 litres, any additional quantities required above this will be advised as part of the health check and subject to an additional charge. Wheel alignment adjustment subject to condition of steering and suspension components including but not limited to track rod ball joint and suspension bush condition, securing and adjusting bolt condition and any other component that may restrict the adjustment of the alignment without damage being incurred. Any work required to set wheel geometry correctly will be advised as part of the health check and is subject to and additional charge.

All figures correct at time of creation (November 2017).