When you purchase a new car, the manufacturer provides a maintenance schedule outlining the recommended service intervals for your vehicle.
The intervals typically occur at 30,000, 60,000, and 90,000 miles. These are designed to help keep your car running smoothly and prevent costly repairs down the road.
In this post, let’s look at some of the most common services performed at these three intervals.
The 30,000-mile service is typically a new car’s first major service interval. At this point, your vehicle will have accumulated enough miles to require some basic maintenance.
The most common items under this service usually include:
The 60,000-mile service is the next major service interval. It involves more in-depth maintenance, although expect your mechanic to perform all services included under 30K maintenance.
On top of the services listed above, here are the additional service done under 60K maintenance:
As your vehicle nears the 100,000-mile mark, many parts and components have sustained extensive wear and tear and will badly need replacement.
In addition to replacing parts and the services done at 30K and 60K miles, most manufacturers include the following maintenance items under the 90,000-mile service:
Note that not all vehicles will have the recommended services at the 30K, 60K, and 90K-mile marks. The recommendations may vary based on the make and model of your vehicle. It’s best to refer to your owner’s manual or speak with a certified mechanic to determine what services your car needs.
It’s not a secret—preventative and factory-recommended maintenance is necessary if you want to preserve your vehicle and protect your wallet. However, you don’t have to take your car to the dealership to have your vehicle maintained. Savvy drivers throughout Hendersonville, NC have instead turned to the experts at Kanuga Tire & Auto!
Contact Kanuga Tire & Auto at (828) 697-2860 for an appointment. We are conveniently located at 432 Kanuga Road, Hendersonville, NC 28739.