2014 base automatic/sport shift veloster transmission

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Asked by Feb 03, 2017 at 11:18 AM about the 2014 Hyundai Veloster Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My hyundai dealer quoted me $280.00
dollars to maintenance service my
transmission at 54,000 miles. I baby the car,
I hace no issues. Why is the price so high?
And can I get a transmission shop to do it?
Just seems like a really high price to me for
a tranny filter and oil change? HELP?

3 Answers

52,075

Pay a little extra and have the dealership do it. The fluid is expensive and they have an expensive machine that needs to be paid for. Taking it to a transmission shop or a quick lube place may be asking for trouble. The dealership knows best, usually.

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Thank you bob for your fast reply. Ill save up and get it done.

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52,075

You will get differing opinions on this, but the dealerships always know what is best for your vehicle. Sometimes they are more expensive, but a trusted dealership can be a great friend to your vehicle.

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