Maintenance at Midwest Motors
For vehicle owners, it can be difficult to keep up with the various maintenance and upkeep items needed to keep a vehicle running smoothly. That's why most auto manufacturers recommend Factory Scheduled Maintenance-full inspections, part replacements, recalibrations, and more. Factory scheduled maintenance can help extend the life of your car, optimize its performance, and prevent high-cost auto repairs.
Your car is one of your biggest investments, so let us help you protect it. At Midwest Motors, we understand how important your car is to you. We work with many manufacturers, including Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, BMW, and more. We have extensive knowledge of each brand at our dealership. No matter the brand you drive, we know just what preventive maintenance your car needs and we can help you determine and follow your car's maintenance schedule.
Brand-specific service information:
Recommended Vehicle Maintenance Schedule
Service intervals will differ from one vehicle to the next, largely dependent on the manufacturer. The recommended maintenance schedule for your vehicle is likely located somewhere in the owner's manual; if you can't locate it there, you can always contact us or the manufacturer.
Alternatively, you can schedule an appointment with one of our experienced service technicians for a full vehicle inspection. After the inspection, the technician can determine an appropriate maintenance schedule for your vehicle.
Routine Vehicle Maintenance Services
Routine car maintenance entails several services. Oil changes, filter changes, and tire rotations are just a few examples of service your vehicle needs fairly regularly.
Other maintenance services include brake replacements or transmission fluid refills, but these may not need to be performed as frequently. Regardless of the service, it is important that these services are performed as needed, as outlined by the factory maintenance schedule.
The most important thing to note is that preventative maintenance can keep your car running the way it's supposed to and avoid high-cost auto repairs.