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Nissan Versa Maintenance Schedule

Nissan 24 is dedicated to providing drivers in the areas of Brockton, Randolph, and Stoughton with quality service for their Nissan Versa needs. Your car is an investment, and it must be treated as such by receiving regular care and maintenance. Customers benefit greatly from maintenance schedules customized for a particular make and model.

If you’re a new Versa driver, consult this handy Nissan Versa maintenance guide when you need routine maintenance.

Your Maintenance Interval

Nissan Versa in Gun MetallicDepending on how much you travel in your Versa, you may need a more frequent maintenance interval. A rigorous repair schedule may seem tedious, but it’s essential for keeping your Versa in good working order if you drive more than an average amount. You’ll need to increase the frequency of your visits to the shop if you’re driving under the following conditions:

  • Rough, muddy, or dusty roads as well as those often treated with salt
  • Repetitive short distances in extremely low temperatures
  • Stop-and-go traffic in hot areas
  • Frequent long-distance trips at low speeds

Check #1: Six Months or 5,000 Miles

If you follow a standard or severe-condition operating schedule, your first maintenance check will come at six months or 5,000 miles, whichever you reach first. You’ll have your first motor oil change, filter replacement, and tire rotation for your Nissan Versa. These will need to be done every six months or 5,000 miles, so it’s good to have them done together from the start.

If you operate your Versa under severe conditions, your maintenance technician will also examine the axle and suspension parts, brake system, exhaust arm, driveshaft boots, and steering linkage. These parts will be inspected at every other maintenance check.

Check #2: 12 Months or 10,000 Miles

It’s now time for your next regularly scheduled maintenance check. You’ll have your oil and filter changed again and the tires rotated. All of your safety features will be inspected to ensure that they comply with state laws.

If you get the standard interval maintenance, you’ll have the following checked:

  • Automatic transmission function
  • CVT fluid
  • Brake system
  • Driveshaft boots

If your car undergoes heavy use, you’ll need to have the brake fluid changed and your axle and suspension, exhaust system, steering linkage, and ball joints and gear checked.

Check #3: 18 Months or 15,000 Miles

By now, you probably know the regular routine: oil, filter, and tire rotation. On top of this, you’ll need the in-cabin microfilter replaced. If you’re operating under severe conditions, refer to check #1 for your additional maintenance requirements.

Get into a Regular Maintenance Routine

If you commit to follow this guideline and have regular maintenance performed on your Nissan Versa, it’s easy to get into a maintenance routine with the professionals at Nissan 24. Drivers in the areas of Brockton, Randolph, and Stoughton can get express service care that doesn’t require an appointment.

Stop by today and get your free multi-point inspection or schedule your service!