2017 Volkswagen e-Golf Maintenance Schedule

There’s nothing like tackling the hilly roads of the Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita, and Newport Beach areas in an efficient and eco-friendly electric vehicle like the 2017 Volkswagen e-Golf. If you’re the proud owner of this vehicle, then you’re probably enjoying the strong and fuel-efficient performance. However, in order to continue your trips and enjoy the benefits of this electric car for the years to come, you’ll want to keep up with the recommended maintenance.

At Norm Reeves Volkswagen Irvine, we’re here to help drivers by giving them the important details of their 2017 VW e-Golf maintenance schedule. By following this e-Golf maintenance schedule closely, you’ll be able to keep this vehicle performing at its best and most efficient for many years and miles.

Following Your e-Golf Maintenance Schedule

In order to stay on top of your VW’s recommended maintenance, you’ll need to understand how to keep your maintenance schedule organized. You’ll see a list with specific mileage intervals, along with a few important services and inspections that you’ll need to have performed when your vehicle reaches the corresponding mileage. You’ll also need to have these services repeated throughout the years in order to keep your electric car in great condition.

Volkswagen e-Golf Maintenance

  • 10,000 Miles: At 10,000 miles, you’ll have some minor, but important, services that you’ll need to have performed on your vehicle. This includes a thorough inspection of your e-Golf’s brake pads and discs to see their condition, and address any signs of premature wear. Your battery should also be inspected at this visit.
  • 20,000 Miles: While the previously listed services can be performed during this interval, there’s also a wide variety of services you’ll want performed. This includes checking the brake fluid, the coolant level, and the eMotor and its components for any leaks or damages. There will also need to be a pretty meticulous inspection of your vehicle’s high-voltage charging components including the connections, as well as the exterior features like the headlights, turn signals, brake lights, and the hazard lights.
  • 40,000 Miles: All the services performed during this interval fall under the category of extended maintenance. During this service, you’ll need to have a visual inspection of your vehicle’s ball joints, wheel bearings, drive axles, coupling rods, tie rod ends, and stabilizer bar rubber bushings. The VW e-Golf body will also be inspected for any signs of corrosion while the braking system is checked for leaks or damages. You’ll also need to have your dust and pollen filter replaced during the 40,000 mile visit.

Schedule VW e-Golf Maintenance

Now that you’re aware of the several inspections and services that your vehicle needs in order to perform at its best and last throughout many years of ownership, you’re ready to keep up with your maintenance schedule. When you glance at your odometer and see that you’ve got a service interval coming up, you can always contact us at Norm Reeves Volkswagen to schedule service and maintenance.

At Norm Reeves Volkswagen Irvine, we’re proud to help drivers in Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita, and Newport Beach keep their vehicles well-maintained and in great condition.