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Honda Civic Maintenance Schedule

Whether your drive the coupe, hatchback, or sedan, the Honda Civic is an efficient compact car that’s fun to drive. To make sure it stays on the road for a long time, it’s important to get maintenance on a regular basis. So, how often will it need an appointment.

To show drivers in Peoria, Glendale, and Sun City when you’ll need to schedule a service appointment, Arrowhead Honda looks over the Honda Civic maintenance schedule.

Every 7,500 Miles

To get the best performance out of your Honda Civic and get it prepared for long term use, it’s recommended that you bring it in for maintenance every 7,500 miles. The first time you come by the service center, technicians will perform some basic maintenance. Your car will get this treatment whether it’s brand new or a used car that you’ve put a lot of miles on.

First, your car will get a basic oil change. A technician will also replace its oil filter. On top of your oil, they’ll check all your other major fluid levels, too. In addition to adding fluid when its necessary, they’ll also lubricate the throttle linkage, so you’ll still get the same sporty performance.

Another basic job they’ll perform is checking the tire pressure and rotating your tires. They’ll add air if you need it or replace your tires if they look worn. From there, they’ll also look at your brake pads to see if they’re thin enough that they should be replaced, too.

Every 15,000 Miles

Whenever your Honda Civic adds another 15,000 miles to the odometer, it’ll get all the same basic maintenance and inspections as before, plus a lot more. A service technician will go over all your most important systems with a trained eye and make sure they’re in good condition.

That starts with a more thorough inspection of your brake system. They’ll check every part of your system for signs of wear and tear, including the brake lines and the parking brake. Next, they’ll look over the suspension, driveshaft boots, exhaust system, fuel lines, steering gearbox, cooling hoses, and transmission.

Every 30,000 Miles

When your Honda Civic travels 30,000 miles, it will need all the same inspections and maintenance as last time, only with a few additional parts and systems involved. During this visit to the service center, you’ll get a new air cleaner element. Technicians will also look at your drive belts and adjust them if necessary.

Visit Our Honda Service Center

To learn more about the Honda Civic maintenance schedule, contact us or visit our service center. At Arrowhead Honda, we’re proud to help drivers in Phoenix, West Valley, and Surprise with a team of certified Honda technicians.

They’ll be able to take care of all your routine maintenance and inspections. We also offer OEM parts and accessories that will help you get the most dependable performance. If your car is due for maintenance, schedule service with us online.