You should make routine service appointments at our MINI service center in Orlando, FL to keep your vehicle in road-worthy condition. However, you may have some questions about our service, especially if you have never scheduled an appointment before. Here are some of the common questions we get from customers.
How Often Do I Need an Oil Change?
Most MINI models require an oil change every 5,000 to 7,000 miles. However, you may require an oil change sooner if you undergo frequent severe driving conditions. This includes daily stop-and-go and short-distance driving.
Do I Need to Check My Car’s Suspension?
The MINI Countryman, for example, is designed for cross-country travel. This may subject the vehicle to formidable road conditions, such as off-road and bumpy terrain. This can lead to accelerated wear of the shocks, axles, and bearings. General maintenance includes a check of the undercarriage and all its components.
How Often Should I Replace the Battery?
Batteries for MINI vehicles last three to four years; that’s on par with the industry average. On the other hand, the ion lithium battery for the MINI Electric can last much longer. In any case, have a technician perform a voltage check to determine the battery’s remaining juice.
Does My Warranty Cover Dealership Repairs?
MINI vehicles come with a factory warranty that covers the first 50,000 miles or four years of ownership — whichever comes first. This covers general maintenance and most repairs. Speak with a dealer to learn about warranty extension programs if your warranty is about to expire.
If it has been more than one year since your last vehicle service, visit Orlando MINI and schedule an appointment today!