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Honda HR-V Maintenance Schedule

The Honda HR-V is a sporty compact SUV that’s great for everything from running errands to long road trips. To make sure it’s able to deliver that dependable performance, it’s important to stick to your maintenance schedule. So, when should you get maintenance?

Arrowhead Honda shows drivers in Peoria, Glendale, and Sun City when to schedule a service appointment with this run down of the Honda HR-V maintenance schedule.

Every 7,500 Miles

You should make it a point to schedule maintenance for your Honda HR-V every 7,500 miles. Getting in the habit of bringing it in for maintenance this frequently keeps your engine healthy and makes sure that your wheels keep spinning and gripping the road.

The reason for that is because service technicians will always give your SUV some important basic maintenance. That includes a routine oil change that will help your engine, as well as a tire rotation. They’ll inspect your tire tread and air pressure to see if you need new tires too.

Every 15,000 Miles

The next time you visit the service center, technicians will perform the same basic maintenance as last time. Your vehicle will receive another oil change and get its tires rotated again to make sure the tread will wear evenly.

On top of those regular procedures, your Honda HR-V will also have a new engine oil filter installed. They’ll also check the levels of all your other important fluids under the hood, including brake fluid, coolant, power steering fluid, and transmission fluid

In addition to the brake fluid, a technician will examine every part of your brakes. That includes looking for any leaks or cracks in the brake lines, checking the parking brake, looking at your brake pads to see if they need to be replaced yet.

After they look at your brakes, they’ll check all your most significant parts and systems, such as, the suspension, tie rod ends, boots, steering gearbox, fuel lines, cooling system, and the exhaust system.

Every 30,000 Miles

After another 30,000 miles goes on your odometer, you’ll get all the same inspections and maintenance as last time. A few more systems will need to be looked at by a technician though, starting with your drive belts. They’ll adjust them if necessary. Your HR-V will also need some new air cleaner element and a new set of spark plugs.

Every Three Years

Regardless of how many miles you drive each year, your Honda HR-V should get a fresh supply of brake fluid every three years. This will help your SUV slow down and stop safely whether you commute an hour to work every day or drive just a couple blocks away.

Visit Our Honda Service Center

When your vehicle needs maintenance, schedule service with the technicians at Arrowhead Honda. Our team has the experience and genuine Honda parts to help drivers in Phoenix, West Valley, and Surprise get the best performance. To learn more about the Honda HR-V maintenance schedule, contact us or visit our service center.