As you drive your Nissan around the Westborough, Northborough, and North Grafton, MA, areas more and more, your miles will start to add up. As they do, you’ll pass important service intervals. Providing your vehicle with the care it needs is critical to its longevity and overall ability to run properly.
So, how will you know when you approach these mileage marks and service intervals? Our team at Route 9 Nissan has you covered in this Nissan Altima maintenance schedule, which can also be found in your Altima owner’s manual!
The first mileage interval you’ll surpass with your Nissan Altima comes around 5,000 miles. At this point, you’ll need to provide routine maintenance to key areas, such as light checks, tire rotations, a battery test, and more.
At this time, your Nissan Altima should also have a number of inspections done on key areas, such as:
After you drive another 5,000 miles and reach the 10,000-mile mark, it’ll be time to seek out service again. At this point, a number of key areas will again be inspected, like the engine, tire pressure, and other key categories.
However, there are a number of additional services your Altima will need at this time. These include:
For every additional 5,000 miles you drive with your Nissan Altima, you’ll want to seek out service and inspections. For the most part, these inspections and services will include the ones outlined above. Sometimes, you’ll need to have some additional service performed, such as transmission service or brake fluid replacement.
While these preventative service measures are routine, you could also run into issues that are not specified in your Nissan Altima maintenance schedule. Therefore, it’s also important to monitor the performance of your Altima. By doing so, you’ll be able to easily detect if something has misfired to prevent more extensive damage.
A good example is brake repair for your Nissan Altima. While the rotors, lines, pads, and more brake-related replacements are covered in your maintenance schedule, they could wear down faster depending on your driving conditions and other external factors. If this is the case, look out for key signs. A burning smell or a “squishy brake” would signal that it’s time for brake service.
Whether it’s time for routine maintenance or something unexpected, our team at our Nissan service center will be ready to help. Our staff comes with years of extensive training and experience, equipping them to handle whatever your Nissan may need. Whatever the case may be, we’ll work efficiently and effectively to have your Altima repaired and returned to you.
We also run a number of great service specials from time to time that could help you get the maintenance you need. Head online to see what we’re currently running.
Is it time for to schedule Nissan maintenance? Give our team at Route 9 Nissan a call or visit us online to schedule an appointment to bring your sedan in.
We’ll have you back out on the roads of Westborough, Northborough, and North Grafton, Massachusetts, in no time!