Keep Your Genesis Running Great with Regular Maintenance

While there are many reasons that probably led you to buy your Genesis, its reliability rating very well may have been near the top of the list. This is a luxury car that is built to be fun and comfortable to drive while providing you with years of carefree ownership. At the same time, you need to take care of the car. There are some items that need to be routinely checked on and changed in order to keep it running great for years to come. Our team wants to remind you of keeping regular service appointments for your Genesis.

The Importance of Regular Service

You can think about the importance of taking care of your car in the same light as taking care of your own body. You might be feeling great today, but you know that there are certain things you need to be doing in order to make sure you keep it that way. The same is true for your Genesis. You do not want to just leave everything as it is, assuming that the car will keep performing well for you without any need for regular service. If you were to do that, you could run into serious problems down the road.

What Should You Be Doing?

Your Genesis is built to run great for many years, so there is not a great deal that you have to worry about. However, there are some items that you will want to have Genesis of Wayne take care of for you on a regular basis. Some of the more common service appointments that you should be making include:

  • Make sure the air filter is replaced every 12,000 miles
  • Have a proper wheel alignment done about every 6,000 miles
  • Make sure the battery is checked every 6,000 miles
  • Replace the fuel filter every 12,000 miles
  • Have the engine checked every 12,000 miles

If you will have this routine maintenance performed, you will be able to enjoy your Genesis for many years. Check with Genesis of Wayne to inquire about any current service specials that be in effect at various times of the year.

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