When it comes to Jaguar service, there’s no team like Jaguar Peabody. We work one-on-one with your vehicle’s service and maintenance needs to create a comprehensive service schedule that will protect and maintain your vehicle for a long time to come.

There are many benefits to scheduling routine service and care for your new Jaguar, like safer driving, improved fuel efficiency, and comfort on every ride. However, how often do you need to schedule service? Different parts require service at different times, so here’s a look at some essential Jaguar service needs.

Oil Changes

Oil is one of the most important fluids in your vehicle. It protects the engine by lubricating and cooling parts and captures any road dirt before it can cause damage. Depending on what kind of oil you use in your Jaguar, you can schedule an oil change every 5,000 miles or 10,000 miles.

Battery Inspection

Batteries in cars typically last three to five years, but the outside environment and driving conditions can affect battery longevity. Schedule battery inspections regularly following the three-year mark, and check for signs of wear, like difficulty turning your vehicle over or the smell of sulfur.

Brake Pad Replacement

The brake pads in your vehicle wear down over time, which can lead to an increased stopping distance, spongey brake pad feel, and the sound of grinding when braking. You’ll want to get the brake pads on your Jaguar vehicle replaced every 30,000-70,000 miles.

Tire Rotations

Tire rotations help to ensure your tires wear down evenly, which protects the vehicle’s alignment and keeps your vehicle safe. Jaguar vehicles need tire rotations around every 5,000-7,500 miles.

Schedule the Jaguar service that will keep your vehicle running right at Jaguar Peabody today.