Volkswagen Golf Maintenance Schedule

To keep your Volkswagen Golf performing at its best, you’ll want to follow the manufacturer-recommended maintenance schedule. By getting routine maintenance for your VW Golf at regularly scheduled service intervals, you can effectively help prolong the life of your vehicle.  

We’ve outlined a few of the most important service intervals for your Volkswagen Golf so you can make sure that it gets the proper maintenance. If you have any questions, contact us at the Norm Reeves Volkswagen Superstore in Irvine.

Recommended Maintenance at 10,000 Miles

Chances are, this is the first major service appointment for your Volkswagen Golf. At this point, not much is needed in terms of routine maintenance, if that your vehicle has been operating under normal conditions. Be sure to have a certified Volkswagen technician complete the following items:

  • Change the engine oil and oil filter.
  • Inspect front and rear brake pads and brake discs.
  • Inspect the windshield washers, headlight cleaning system, and wiper blades.

Recommended Maintenance at 20,000 Miles

At the 20,000-mile service interval, there are a few components of your Volkswagen Golf that should be inspected. By integrating inspections into the maintenance schedule, you can help avoid unexpected malfunctions or causing unnecessary damage to other parts of the vehicle. So at this service interval, you’ll want to make sure you have a professional:

  • Change the oil and oil filter.
  • Inspect the battery.
  • Inspect the brake system and shock absorber.
  • Inspect tire condition, pressure, and tread depth.
  • Inspect windshield washers, headlight cleaning system, and wiper blades.

Recommended Maintenance at 30,000 Miles

Assuming that you’re still operating your Volkswagen Golf under normal conditions, the 30,000-mile service interval includes the same recommended maintenance as the 10,000-mile interval. However, it’s possible that your vehicle could need additional service depending on your specific driving conditions. At least schedule an appointment for the following items:

  • Change the oil and oil filter.
  • Inspect the front and rear brake pads.
  • Inspect the front and rear brake discs.
  • Check windshield washers, headlight cleaning system, and wiper blades.

Does Your Volkswagen Golf Need Service?

If you think that your Volkswagen Golf needs maintenance, you can schedule a service appointment at the Norm Reeves Volkswagen Superstore in Irvine. Our professional service department can help you stay up-to-date on your vehicle’s maintenance schedule. 

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