At Nissan of Bowie, we’re dedicated to helping you maintain your Nissan for life. Our Nissan service pros have seen the costly consequences of not being proactive with maintenance during your first year of ownership.
To save you money in the long run and help you keep your Nissan running like new, we put together this first-year maintenance guide so you never miss an inspection, change-out, or check-in. New Nissan owners in Crofton, Annapolis, and Washington, DC, can read on to find out about key mile markers for routine service.
At 5,000 Miles or Six Months
The initial interval for routine maintenance checks and replacements for your new Nissan vehicle begins at 5,000 miles or six months of driving, whichever comes first. When you’ve reached this marker, your Nissan will be due for a motor oil and filter change in addition to a tire rotation (with the exception of 370Z models). You’ll repeat these two services together at this same interval for optimal performance.
At 10,000 Miles or 12 Months
After one year of owning your Nissan, it’ll be due for its second oil and filter swap and tire rotation. In addition to these two vital maintenance points, you’ll need to have the following mechanical elements inspected by a certified Nissan technician: