Hyundai Tire Pressure

From traction and road grip to fuel economy, the condition of your tires affects almost every aspect of performance for your vehicle. That's why it's so important to keep them properly inflated. 

Properly inflated tires can help you experience a smoother and safer ride through Odessa, Middletown, and Dover. However, it can be difficult to find the right tire pressure for your Hyundai, which is why we've made this helpful guide. So, before you head out on your next road trip, check out the guide to learn more about the proper inflation levels for your Hyundai.  

The Right Tire Pressure for Your Hyundai

  • Hyundai Accent Tire Pressure: Front and rear tires should be at 33 PSI when properly inflated.
  • Hyundai Azera Tire PressureInflate to 33 PSI for front and rear tires. 

  • Hyundai Elantra Tire Pressure: Tire pressure for all tires should read 33 PSI.
  • Hyundai Elantra GT Tire Pressure: All tires should be inflated to 32 PSI.
  • Hyundai Equus Tire Pressure: Tire pressure for front and rear wheels should read 32 PSI.
  • Hyundai Genesis Tire PressureTires should be at 33 PSI for 3.8 trims. For the 5.0 trims, front tire pressure should be at 33 PSI and rear tires should be at 35 PSI.
  • Hyundai Genesis Coupe Tire Pressure: Front and rear tires should read 35 PSI for all trims.
  • Hyundai Santa Fe Tire Pressure: Front and rear tire pressures should be at 33 PSI, if properly inflated.
  • Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Tire Pressure: Front and rear tires should be inflated to 34 PSI.
  • Hyundai Sonata Tire Pressure: All tires should be at 34 PSI.
  • Hyundai Sonata Hybrid and Plug-In Hybrid Tire Pressure: Tire pressure should be at 35 PSI for all tires.
  • Hyundai Tucson Tire PressureAll tires should read 35 PSI when properly inflated.
  • Hyundai Veloster Tire Pressure: If inflated correctly, the tire pressure for all tires should be at 33 PSI.

Once you've got your tires to the right air pressure, you should be good to go. Just make sure you check and adjust the pressures, if needed, at least once a month. Also, weather can affect tire pressure for your Hyundai, especially during the winter when the cold air causes the pressure to decrease. Your vehicle does have a recommended cold weather tire pressure rating in your owner's manual.

How Tire Inflation Affects Performance

Your car performs better when your tires are properly inflated. It produces a smoother and more fuel-efficient performance. Plus, you get better traction when your tires are at the right pressures, so you'll be safer when driving through slippery streets.

Performance can get a bit rough when your tires are overinflated. Overfilling your tires leads to decreased handling performance, and it can even cause your car to bounce even when driving on smooth, paved streets. On top of that, overinflated tires deliver less traction. They can also overheat in hot weather and when driving at highway speeds. 

Underinflated tires won't be ideal for your car either. Underinflated tires can damage the suspension as well as other performance parts. Also, they can cause fuel economy to suffer. Most importantly, underinflated tires are known to cause serious accidents, especially when driving through rain and snow.

Learn More Today

Again, your car performs better when your tires are properly inflated. So, always check to make sure your Hyundai are at the right tire pressure. If you have any questions about how to find the right tire pressure for your Hyundai, contact Winner Hyundai in Dover near Odessa and Middletown.

 

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