It’s important to prioritize your car’s safety and performance, but figuring out what maintenance it needs and how often can be challenging. Fortunately, keeping track of your Lexus’ recommended maintenance schedule is easy with available Berlin City Lexus Maintenance Plans.
While most cars have similar maintenance requirements, your specific vehicle may have unique needs based on factors such as fuel source, driving frequency, and climate. Generally, your Lexus will require routine maintenance such as oil changes, brake checks and replacements, tire rotations and replacements, standard tune-ups, and regular fluid level checks. Additionally, it’s a good idea to occasionally inspect and replace your battery. Keep reading to learn more about available Berlin City Lexus Maintenance Plans, and feel free to contact us at Berlin City Lexus of Portland in Portland, ME, with any questions or concerns you may have.
Please note, each Berlin City Lexus maintenance plan features a corresponding service at each mile marker. For instance, a Preferred plan will receive a 5k, 10k, or 30k Preferred Service for each milestone alongside additional services based on the plan. Economy is the base plan, the additional tiers will add services on top of those available in the base Economy package. Keep reading for more information on additional services.
At Berlin City Lexus of Portland’s Service Center, our technicians are Lexus-trained and certified and work closely with Lexus vehicles every day. Our team is extremely familiar with the maintenance and repair of Lexus vehicles and will only offer compatible and genuine products and parts. While you wait for your vehicle to be serviced, you can enjoy our lounge area with complimentary beverages and Wi-Fi. More Berlin City Lexus of Portland benefits include:
Recommended maintenance includes engine oil services, inspection services, brake fluid service, engine air filter, tire rotations and changes, and cabin air filter changes.
New vehicles usually require a change of oil between every 6,000 miles to 10,000 miles – but be sure to check their owner's manual.
Every other oil change or every 6000 miles is recommended.
Neglecting to rotate tires can cause premature tire wear and an uneven driving experience.
It's recommended to get new tires between 20,000 to 40,000 miles or at the very least every six years depending on your driving habits.
Yes, luckily, brake pads are equipped with wear indicators that produce a squeaking noise when the brakes are almost worn out, brake pads should be inspected and replaced as soon as this begins.
There are many sensors and computerized components that manage your vehicle's engine performance and emissions, when one of these fails the "check engine" light is illuminated and your vehicle should be brought in as soon as possible to help prevent any possible costly repair or safety hazard.
A clicking noise can mean your battery is dead, getting a jump can be a temporary fix before needing a new one. Other reasons your vehicle may not be starting could include a broken alternator or the timing belt.
You should replace your fuel filter approximately every 30,000 miles or as recommended in your vehicle's owner's manual.
Your spark plugs should be replaced every 30 months or 30,000 miles.