VW Tiguan Maintenance Schedules
Your VW Tiguan is an impressive SUV with a great fuel economy and smooth ride. To help keep this vehicle functioning at its peak, Principle Volkswagen created this handy maintenance schedule. Read through this VW Tiguan maintenance schedule to learn about what maintenance is done at what mile markers and the importance of each service. Our neighbors in Irving, Grand Prairie, Grapevine, and Dallas can stop by our service center if their VW Tiguan needs any routine maintenance.
Every 10,000 Miles
Your engine oil is essential to keeping your engine functioning properly, so it’s important to change it every 10,000 miles. Engine oil lubricates key engine components to make sure they have enough clearance. Oil also prevents your engine from overheating, so to keep your engine in good condition and to prevent damage, change it at the recommended interval.
At the 10,000-mile mark, you should also rotate your tires. This procedure helps evenly distribute wear among your tires to help prevent blow outs and extend the life of your tires.
Every 20,000 Miles
The interior of your VW Tiguan is comfortable with an available heated steering wheel and front seating. To help continue enjoying this spacious cabin, replace your dust and pollen filter every 20,000 miles. This filter helps keep pesky dust and dirt molecules from entering the interior of your SUV. Over time, though, dust and pollen build up, so you’ll want to be sure to replace it at the recommended time.
Every 30,000 Miles
Brakes are one of the most important components on your vehicle. With so many available safety features on the Volkswagen Tiguan, such as Pedestrian Monitoring and Forward Collision Warning, you wouldn’t want to compromise protection by having an outdated braking system. Therefore, you should change your brake fluid every 30,000 miles, so any excessive wear and damage doesn’t occur.
Every 40,000 Miles
At the 40,000-mile marker, you should change out your spark plugs. Old spark plugs can cause you to not be able to start your car, so it’s important that they’re replaced as suggested.
At this time, you may also need to replace your tires. However, if you’ve been rotating your tires every 10,000 miles, you may notice your tires are in good shape and don’t need to be replaced yet. On the other hand, if you’ve been driving in extreme conditions or encounter stop-and-go traffic frequently, your tires may need to be changed earlier.
Every 50,000 Miles
Your brake pads are another essential component in your braking system. While your brake pad thickness will be checked annually with your state inspection, you can expect to replace them around this time. Once again, the longevity of your brake pads depends on your driving habits, so you may need to replace them sooner or later than 50,000 miles.
Every 60,000 Miles
Around 60,000 miles, you can expect to have to replace your car’s battery along with its brake rotors. Coolant will also need to be changed at this time to keep your engine at the correct temperature. In extreme cold weather, coolant prevents your engine from freezing, while in hotter weather, it stops it from overheating. To keep your engine running smoothly, ensure your coolant is replaced every 60,000 miles.
Visit Our Service Center
Our service center features highly trained technicians who are skilled in the needs of your VW Tiguan. So, the next time you need routine maintenance, like an engine oil change or spark plug replacement, you can trust us to get the job done. VW Tiguan owners in Irving, Grand Prairie, Grapevine, and Dallas can schedule a service online today or contact the service center at Principle Volkswagen.