Volkswagen CC Maintenance Schedule
Keeping up-to-date on routine maintenance and service is an excellent way to ensure the proper care and performance of your Volkswagen. In this Volkswagen CC maintenance schedule, you’ll learn about the first few service intervals and what maintenance items will be performed. For more information, contact our service department at the Norm Reeves Volkswagen in Irvine.
It should be noted that the intervals and types of maintenance required will vary depending on several factors, including the model year, engine type, and driving conditions. For the purpose of this guide, we’ll reference the maintenance schedule for a 2016 Volkswagen CC with front-wheel drive, a DSG transmission, and a 2.0-liter four-cylinder TSI engine.
Suggested Maintenance at 10,000 Miles
At this service interval, factory-required maintenance includes an oil change, oil filter change, and thorough inspection of a few specific components. Your Volkswagen technician will be sure to check the thickness of your brake pads as well as the condition of the brake discs. They’ll also inspect the windshield washer fluid, headlight cleaning system, and the wiper blades.
It’s also recommended to have a professional technician perform a visual inspection of the airbag system.
Service at 20,000 Miles
When you’ve reached the 20,000-mile mark, your Volkswagen CC will need an oil change and a new oil filter. It’s also at this time that your technician will inspect the battery, tires, windshield washers, headlight cleaning system, and brake system. If no issues arise, you’ll be back behind the wheel in no time.
30,000-Mile Service Interval
This maintenance appointment should be a simple one, with a few quick inspections and another oil change. Then your Volkswagen CC will be ready for another ten thousand miles of smooth cruising. However, your next service appointment is significantly more in-depth and requires you to plan to allow time for the technicians to complete the required maintenance.
Factory-Required Maintenance at 40,000 Miles
This service interval is essential to ensure that your Volkswagen still looks and runs the way it should. When you notice that your vehicle is approaching 40,000 miles, you should begin planning for your appointment, especially if you plan to wait with your Volkswagen while it’s being serviced.
Here’s what work your technicians will perform during your service appointment:
- Replace the engine oil filter.
- Change the engine oil.
- Replace the dust and pollen filter.
- Replace the transmission fluid and filter.
- Inspect the battery.
- Complete a visual inspection of the car’s body for signs of corrosion.
- Inspect the brake system and shock absorber.
- Check the CV joints for any damage or leaks.
- Check the coolant level.
- Complete inspection of the engine and the engine compartment.
- Inspect the exhaust system.
- Check the headlights.
- Check all lighting, power outlets, and horn.
Maintenance at 50,000 Miles
When you take your Volkswagen for maintenance at 50,000 miles, the technician with conduct routine service, including an oil change and an inspection of the brake pads and discs. They’ll also check the wiper blades, windshield washers, and headlight cleaning system.
Does My Volkswagen Need Maintenance?
If your Volkswagen CC is due for a maintenance appointment or if you’re unsure whether your vehicle needs maintenance, contact us at the Norm Reeves Volkswagen in Irvine. We can help you quickly schedule a service appointment or determine your next service interval.