Caring for your car is important, especially as they wrack up the miles. As your car ages and gets more miles on it, these service intervals become more and more important in terms of keeping your car running. Your Volkswagen can easily last well over 100,000 miles with regular service. The 60,000 mile-service interval includes a range of services that make sure the function of your car is up to par and working properly. The first part of this service is an oil change, followed by a battery check and brake fluid check. After that, the brake pads need to be inspected, along with the interior lights, exterior lights, and tires. These inspections help to find problems before they become major and affect the function of the car. Next, your technicians will add new wiper blades, new filters, and check the rest of the car for possible issues. This helps to bring all the issues to the forefront so that they can be taken care of before they damage the car or make it difficult or impossible to drive.
You certainly should be getting your car serviced at regular intervals. Service intervals are created with the life and the overall health of the car in mind so making sure you make it to the service intervals makes a difference in your car. Even if you are certain there is nothing wrong with your car, it is better safe than sorry to get your car cared for. If you decide to disregard a regular service interval you are going to deal with issues that pop up associated with age. As things like brake fluid and other engine fluids age, they become less effective. Similarly, parts wear out with age like spark plugs. Normal service interval services take care of that issue and make sure your car is ready to get out on the road.
Along with certified service, we offer a free touch-less car wash with every service, free fluid top offs, and provide a comfortable customer waiting area where you can let the kids play, drink coffee and beverages and relax while your car is being serviced. We also offer a Volkswagen service credit card and more.