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Your Volkswagen is one of the most dependable and well-built vehicles on the roads of Springfield, Callaway, and Panama City today. Still, if you want to enjoy its superior performance over the long haul, you’ll need to keep up with its routine maintenance checks.
Fortunately, the service center at VW of Panama City makes these simple, but important moments easy. To make sure you never miss an important milestone, continue reading our Volkswagen maintenance schedule guide!
Did you know that the average vehicle is comprised of 30,000 individual parts? From major engine components down to the tiniest nuts and bolts, each piece plays a role in keeping you safely moving down the road.
While most you won’t ever have to think twice about, some will need to be repaired or fully replaced. In general, your Volkswagen will need to be serviced every 10,000 miles.
When these service milestones arise, our team of VW certified technicians are here to help. Specializing in the upkeep of your specific make and model, they play an important role in helping to keep you safe while extending the overall life of your Volkswagen.
Each time your odometer hits a multiple of the 10K mark, you’ll need to perform the following:
Depending on your driving habits and local road conditions, you might need to schedule on a more frequent basis. Our service pros will be able to give you a clearer timetable after a few appointments.
Your 20K mark will include all of the services listed above, along with a few additional checks like:
Once your vehicle reaches this mark, you need to start paying closer attention to your tires and brakes. Again, this will differ slightly among drivers, but you should anticipate replacing these components between 40,000 and 60,000 miles. Additional service tasks you should perform include:
As your VW begins its journey into veteran status, you’ll need to turn your attention to the vehicle’s engine and internal system.
Timing belts, spark plugs, and hoses will all need to be inspected and replaced as well as your battery system. A full diagnostics test can also help you detect any hidden issues occurring below the surface.
We hope you find our guide to VW maintenance schedules to be helpful. If you realize that you’re overdue for a checkup, we encourage you to stop by or go online to schedule an appointment right away.
At VW of Panama City, our service center provides expert care to get you back on the roads of Springfield, Callaway, and Panama City in no time!