Does anyone know what an Elantra 60,000 mile service costs?

Thanks.

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Same as 30K - $279
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Even with the timing belt replacement?

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Cost will vary greatly by facility and region. Some places will want to do more work than others on the 60k. You should: Replace spark plugs Replace air filter Change oil and filter Clean and adjust rear brakes (if drum) Replace timing belt (if not already done) and visually inspect steering, brakes, tires, wipers, etc.
I would also strongly recommend draining and refilling the transmission fluid. It's not that expensive, and it can't hurt. You should also change your coolant if it's currently over two years old.
The tire rotation isn't critical, so if you haven't been doing it routinely every 7500 miles, you should probably check your tire tread. If none of them need replacement, you should probably do whatever will put the best tires in the front if there's a significant wear difference between front and rear.
And obviously, you don't really need to change your oil unless it's been 3000 miles since your last oil change. Most people will have the 60k service done at whatever oil change falls closest to 60k miles.
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