Volkswagen Golf Alltrack Maintenance Schedule

Keeping up with your vehicle’s recommended maintenance schedule is the best way to ensure both its longevity and your safety. That’s why our team at Norm Reeves Volkswagen Irvine created this helpful guide to the 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack maintenance schedule. Please, keep on reading.

For the purposes of this article, we’re using the 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack S 4dr Wagon with a 1.8L TSI I4 engine, 4Motion® drive, and an automatic transmission. If you have any questions about a specific trim level, don’t hesitate to contact us today; our expert automotive technicians can help you!

Until then, we hope that our customers from Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita, Newport Beach, and the surrounding communities can get a lot out of this article. Thank you, and have a wonderful day.

Volkswagen Golf Alltrack Maintenance Intervals: Mileage

Here’s a brief overview of everything you need to know about regular maintenance for the 2017 Golf Alltrack. If you want your car to run as well as it can, then it’s imperative that you stay on top of this.

Every 10,000 miles: Engine oil (change), engine oil filter (change), brake pads (check brake pad thickness and brake discs), windshield washers, headlight cleaning system, service interval display (if applicable).

Every 20,000 miles: Engine oil (change), engine oil filter (change), battery (check), brakes (inspect brake system and shock absorbers), tires (check tread depth, condition, wear patterns, etc.), and much more.

Every 30,000 miles: Engine oil, engine oil filter, brake fluid (change), Haldex clutch (change oil), and so on…

Every 40,000 miles: Engine oil, engine oil filter, battery, dust and pollen filter (replace), brakes, spark plugs (replace), windshield washers, headlight cleaning system, transmission (change fluid), tires, body (visual inspection for corrosion), coolant level and frost protection (check), CV joints (check for leaks and damage), engine and compartment components, exhaust system (check for damage and leaks), headlights (check and adjust, if necessary), interior lighting and glove box lights, cigarette lighter, panoramic sunroof (check, clean, etc.), power steering (check fluid level), ribbed v-belt (check condition), test drive (check braking, steering, etc.), tie rod ends, and underbody sealant (check).

The rest of the Volkswagen Golf Alltrack maintenance schedule follows a simple pattern, which is based on the service intervals outlined above. However, we understand that the math can get a little tough for some people. After all, you just want to make sure that your car is running safely and smoothly, right?

That’s where the wizards at our Norm Reeves Volkswagen Irvine Service Center can help! They know exactly when and how to fix your 2017 Golf Alltrack, so that you don’t need to worry a bit.

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