From the very first moment you get behind the wheel of the Nissan Murano, it becomes apparent just how multi-faceted this vehicle is. For Brockton, Randolph, and Stoughton drivers to keep theirs in great shape, they’ll need to give it the care it needs.
The team here at Nissan 24 aims to make your automotive experience as easy as possible. Part of that means guiding you through Murano maintenance process, so you never miss an important service date.
5,000 Miles or Six Months
The first order of business in your Nissan Murano will come at the six-month mark, at which time you’ll have to schedule an oil change. This standard item should be performed every 5,000 miles.
Along with your oil change, you should also have the tired rotated and rebalanced. This should add extra mileage onto their lifespan!
10,000 Miles or One Year
Once a year, there’s several items that your mechanic should inspect, including:
- The entire brake system, including line and cables
- The transmission
- Fluids (and top off any as necessary)
- The drive shaft boots
- Differential and transfer case oil
- The propeller shaft
15,000 Miles or One and a Half Years
At this time, you will need to replace the in-cabin microfilter as well as the battery in your Nissan Intelligent Key™.
20,000 Miles or Two Years
In addition to replacing the brake fluid, there are several items that need to be inspected every two years.
- All remaining fluids
- Axle and suspension parts
- The exhaust system
- All fuel lines and connections
- The fuel tank vapor vent system hoses
- The front suspension ball joints
- The entire steering unit
- Alignment (it’s likely due)
30,000 Miles or Three Years
At the three-year mark, you’ll want to pay special attention to your CVT fluid. There’s a good chance that it should be replaced by this point.
40,000 Miles or Four Years
This is around the time when you’ll need to pay close attention to your brake pads and tires. Both are likely to be pretty worn at this point. Have your mechanic take a look to determine if they need to be changed.
You can also check your tire tread at home using either the penny test or a tread wear gauge. If the tread is worn down to 1/16th of an inch, it’s time for new tires.
60,000 Miles or Six Years
Now, if you still haven’t done it already, those tires and brake pads are on their way out. Be sure to have them replaced. You’ll also be in need of new spark plugs at this point.
Some engine drive belts may have some excessive wear or tears by this point in time. Have your mechanic examine them carefully.
100,000 Miles or 10 Years
It’s been a long ten years, hasn’t it? Your Murano is probably showing a bit of age at this point, but if you’ve following this schedule carefully, it should still run just fine.
Treat it to something nice by having the timing belt changed. Trust us, it’ll really make a difference.
Schedule Nissan Murano Maintenance
As you’re following this schedule, remember that most of these maintenance items repeat. As long as Brockton, Randolph, and Stoughton drivers stay up to date, they should have no problem keeping their new Nissan Murano in excellent shape.
If you think your vehicle needs service today, contact our team at Nissan 24! We’ll get it into our shop as soon as possible.