I went a new shop (new to me) and was told that I would need a new timing belt for my 2009 Hyundai Elantra, which has about 108,000 miles on it. That was not a surprise. The guy I spoke to said that I should probably get a new water pump and two new drive belts as well given that will probably need replacing soon as well, and that it’d save labor costs in the end. He quoted me about $623: the timing belt for $190, the drive belts for $64, the water pump for $99, and the labor at $270.
This garage was well-reviewed in the Mechanics Files (thanks, guys!), but I’d like to check in about this price anyway. Thanks.