Honda CR-V Maintenance Schedule
The Honda CR-V is a reliable SUV that delivers a safe and efficient drive through any situation. While it’s built a reputation for dependability, like every vehicle, it needs maintenance on a regular basis to stay in good condition. So, how can you be sure when you need to schedule an appointment?
Arrowhead Honda answers that for drivers in Peoria, Glendale, and Sun City. We put this Honda CR-V maintenance schedule together to show you how often your SUV needs to visit the service center. Schedule a service appointment today to get started!
Every 7,500 Miles
It’s recommended that you take your Honda CR-V in for maintenance every 7,500 miles. Whether this is your first time, or you’ve been getting maintenance on a regular basis, a service technician will always perform some basic procedures on your SUV.
To keep your engine healthy and make sure it keeps running properly, they’ll give it an oil change. A technician will also inspect your tires. They’ll check both the air and the tread. If your air pressure is low, they’ll add air. Then your tires will either be rotated to help the tread wear evenly, or if you’ve been driving on them for a while, they’ll get replaced with a new set.
Every 15,000 Miles
The next time you come in for maintenance, your Honda CR-V will get all the same basic maintenance as before. During this trip to the service center though, technicians will check more of your most important parts and systems.
For example, on top of giving you an oil change, your SUV will also get a new engine oil filter. Another important fluid will also be examined this time. They’ll give your fuel lines a thorough inspection, too. After that, they’ll look over the exhaust system, driveshaft boots, tie rod ends, and suspension.
The entire brake system will also need to be inspected. This includes checking the brake lines for damage, inspecting the parking brake, and looking at how each one of your brake pads and rotors are holding up.
Every 30,000 Miles
When you hit 30,00 miles on the odometer, you’ll come back for all the same checks, inspections, and replacements as before. This time though, in addition to getting your oil filter replaced, a technician will also swap out your air cleaner element and replace your spark plugs. They’ll also look over every one of your drive belts and adjust them, if necessary.
Every Three Years
Whether you drive an hour to work every day and put 10,000 miles on your car every year, or you walk to the bus top and run errands locally, you’ll need to bring your Honda CR-V in every three years to get new brake fluid.
Honda Service Center
When your Honda CR-V needs maintenance, service, or repairs, schedule an appointment with Arrowhead Honda. Our team of certified Honda technicians use genuine Honda parts to help drivers in Phoenix, West Valley, and Surprise. To learn more about the Honda CR-V maintenance schedule, contact us or visit our service center.