Maintaining your Land Rover with factory-recommended service is the number one thing you can do to ensure its longevity and your safety on the road. An easy way to stay on top of Land Rover maintenance is to opt for the Land Rover Prepaid Maintenance Plan.
Staying on top of maintenance yourself? Here are some of the most crucial maintenance must-dos to keep track of each time you take your 2010 or later Land Rover in for routine maintenance, which you will need roughly every 15,000 miles.
Interval: 15,000, 45,000, 75,000, and 105,000 miles
At this interval, your trusted mechanic should change your oil, rotate your tires, replace the pollen filter, and lubricate top edge door seals. The mechanic should also check/inspect a number of components, including all lights, horns, indicators, seats, seatbelts, brakes, windshield wipers, battery, fluid leaks, suspension, steering, fuel lines, and more.
Interval: 30,000, 60,000, 90,000, and 120,000 miles
At these intervals, your mechanic should do and check everything that is required at the previously explained intervals. In addition, the mechanic will need to replace the climate controlled seat motor filters.
No matter when you bring your Land Rover in for service based on mileage, you will also need to keep track of the following by years:
Every three years: Replace brake fluid
Every 10 years: Replace engine coolant; replace differential fluid; replace fuel filter; and replace automatic transmission fluid and filter
Additionally, at 150,000 miles, your mechanic will need to replace the accessory drive belt.
Did you purchase an older Land Rover model at Coast to Coast Imports? Call us at Coast to Coast Imports to discuss a detailed maintenance plan for your used Land Rover vehicle. You can also consult this link for information on vehicle maintenance for older model year Land Rover vehicles.