Cars today can run a lot longer than they used to. In today's blog, we want to touch on service intervals for higher milage cars.
Cars today are a lot tougher than they used to be. 100,000 miles used to be a major milestone back in the day. However, in today’s world, that’s barely anything to be boasting about. Before, you used to need to come in for high mileage service at around 10,000-15,000 miles. Now, it’s more like 50,000-80,000 miles, sometimes even 100,000 miles, before most newer vehicles need to come in for high mileage maintenance.
To get the most out of your money and your vehicle, you want to make sure you’re coming in for high mileage service at around 100,000-200,000 miles. If you've stayed up on routine maintenance, you're typically in a good place. Maintaining your higher mileage vehicles properly allows things like your spark plugs, air filters, and transmission fluid to last much longer. If you ignore all the maintenance however, you'll be running into a log of problems.
The intervals for some routine maintenance might be shortened a little bit after you hit 100,000 miles, but not neccarily by much because most things like spark plugs, air filters, transmission fluids, etc. last a lot longer than they used to.
At Weber Automotive, we ensure proper high mileage maintenance by keeping track of your miles and recommedning the ideal maintenance schedule for you and your vehicle. We also make sure we stay on top of reminding you of your next service. So don’t wait anymore; get your vehicle serviced today by our automotive professionals.