Volkswagen Tiguan Service Schedule

2021 Volkswagen Tiguan
 

The Volkswagen Tiguan is a great addition to your family trips around Vienna. However, to maintain your smooth family adventures, it’s necessary to stay on top of your VW Tiguan maintenance plans. Let’s take a look at the Tiguan service intervals with the team at Stohlman Volkswagen service, and trust your service to the certified technicians in our service center

 

 

VW Tiguan Maintenance Plan

The specifics to your Tiguan service intervals vary depending on your driving habits around Fairfax, but here are the recommended service you should schedule each year or mileage: 

10,000 Miles/1 Year

Oil change­­: Oil is essential to your smooth engine performance, so it’s likely that whenever you schedule service, it’s also time for an oil change. 

Brake pad inspection: Our individual driving style affects the wear of your brake pads, and it makes sense that the more you use them, the sooner they’ll need to be replaced. The technicians will inspect the brake pad to see if a replacement is needed. 

Safety inspection: You and your family should feel safe on your daily commute. Each year, your airbags, seatbelts, and driver-assisting features are inspected to ensure your safety on the road. 

Rotate your tires: As your tires wear over time, regular tire rotations will help them wear evenly, and lengthen the lifespan of your tires. 

Check light bulbs: Your VW Tiguan maintenance schedule helps you maintain visibility on your trips, too. Technicians will check your interior and exterior lights to ensure you’re not left in the dark when you really need them. 

20,000 Miles/2 Year

Service for your VW Tiguan is recommended every 10,000 miles. On top of the previous inspections, the 20,000-mile mark includes a more complete brake system inspection that includes examining brake pads, brake discs, and brake-fluid levels. This Tiguan service interval also includes: 

  • Battery inspection: From your TV remote to your car battery, every battery needs to be replaced eventually. At this point in the Volkswagen Tiguan service schedule, your battery will be checked for any sign of leaks, cracks, or corrosion.
  • Tire inspection: As mentioned above, rotating tires helps extend the lifespan of your tires, but eventually they will take on too much wear. They’ll be inspected for signs of holes, tearing, and bulging along the sidewall, as well as a tire pressure check for each wheel, including the spare.
  • Coolant replacement: Coolant is essential in removing heat from the vital components of your engine, so it’s important to check coolant levels and replace as needed.

30,000 Miles/3 Year

When you’ve reached 30,000 miles, you’ll receive the same checks found in the 20,000-mile Tiguan service interval. A service technician will also replace your oil, replace the engine oil filter, and perform a brake pad inspection to get you back on Alexandria roads without a problem. 

40,000 Miles/4 Year

  • Check and replace spark plugs: A properly functioning spark plug means you can fire up the engine quickly and get on the road.
  • Inspect the electrical system: On top of a spark plug and battery check, technicians will check to make sure your other electrical components are performing as they should. 
  • Inspect for signs of body corrosion: Vienna weather and accidents may have left their mark on your vehicle. A check to your interior exterior, and parts under the hood will allow your car to like new again. 
  • Check the exhaust system: The cycle from your spark plugs to the exhaust system completes the ignition sequence. This inspection makes sure your engine is firing on all cylinders.

50,000 Miles/5 Year

At the five-year or 50,000-mile mark in your Volkswagen Tiguan service schedule, it’s recommended you perform all the service mentioned above, along with extra attention to your brake pads, battery, and engine. As your vehicle puts on more mileage, our technicians will continue to thoroughly check to make sure you’re heading out in the best possible condition. 

60,000 Miles/6 Year

At this point in the VW Tiguan maintenance plan, service should continue to be performed as mentioned as you progress to the 100k-mile mark. However, it is recommended that you replace your air filter. Not only will it bring a refresh to your cabin air quality, but replacing the air filter helps the spark plugs draw clean air into the engine, and help the ignition sequence run smoothly. 

Schedule Service with Stohlman Volkswagen!

Reach out to the team at Stohlman Volkswagen to schedule your VW maintenance. When you trust the team at Stohlman Volkswagen, you’re heading out on Tysons Corner roads with reliable service using genuine OEM parts. Be sure to take advantage of our service specials to save on your next visit. 

 

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