My car is 70,000 miles and was just serviced for 60,000 mile check-up, when is the next time I will need to service it? I just moved to Minneapolis and i have had trouble with the Infiniti dealership overcharging me. Where can I go in Minneapolis that will not overcharge me?
Follow the required maintenance schedule in the owner's manual of your car. It is the best guide for what is required and when you need to perform each service.
If you exceeded your mileage on your last service, you will want to perform services according to the suggested mileage interval, so if services are required every 7,500 miles, then your next service would be due at 77,500. However, keep in mind that exceeding your mileage intervals may shorten the life of your engine, so you don't want to let that happen again.
To find a reputable mechanic, we suggest you use services like Angie's List or Yelp, or ask your friends for their recommendations. We are not able to make specific suggestions or recommendations.
Hi Alex, if you've been keeping up with your maintenance schedule, as it sounds like you have, you shouldn't need to service it until your next oil change it due, which is due roughly every 3,000 miles. I work for Victory Auto Service & Glass, and we have five locations in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area and we would be honored to serve you. We won an Integrity Award from the Better Business Bureau and have an A+ rating at each of our shops. We provide competitive pricing that is sure to be less that the dealership, have ASE Certified technicians and guarantee our work through our Pledge of Service Excellence. Check us out at www.VictoryAutoService.com and don't hesitate to reach out to me with any questions at email@example.com. We look forward to serving you soon!
〉 Answered on Jul 8th, 2013 by Stephanie Gutierrez, Marketing Communications Coordinator at Victory Auto Service & Glass
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