Honda has a recommended maintenance schedule to help drivers remember when their vehicle needs to be serviced in order to keep it running at its very best. Routine services are categorized into three different groups. Group A includes the services that need to be performed the most frequently. Group B includes the bulk of service items. Group C includes services that can go for longer stretches before another one.
Group A includes replacing the engine oil and rotating the tires. Honda recommends this be done at the 7,500-mile/ 12,000-km mark. Group A services need to be performed the most often of the three groups in Honda’s maintenance schedule.
At 15,000 miles/24,000 km or one year, whichever comes first, Honda recommends that drivers again do the items in Group A in addition to those in Group B, which are as follows:
Before we get to Group C, it will be time to do A again, at 22,500 miles. Once drivers reach 30,000 miles, or two years, whichever comes first, Honda recommends a service that includes Group A, Group B, and Group C, which includes:
The schedule repeats from there, rotating at every 7,500 miles to first perform Group A; then A and B; and then A, B, and C. Taking care of routine service and maintenance and adhering to the schedule recommendations are vital to keeping your Honda running at its optimal performance. Avoid breakdowns and unexpected mechanical problems, and preserve your Honda’s value by maintaining the health of your vehicle throughout its lifetime.
When it’s time for your Honda to be serviced, contact us or bring it into your nearest New England Honda Dealers location. Our service and parts departments are here to keep your Honda in prime condition.
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