The Importance of Recommended Maintenance
The routine maintenance schedule was designed to get the most out of your vehicle including enhanced reliability, fuel efficiency, safety, driving comfort, and life. All of these factors equal the best ownership experience possible. The recommended maintenance schedule stems from significant engineering research that understands how long components last before performance is compromised. Buick and GMC owners with strict adherence to the routine maintenance schedule enjoy a more pleasant and efficient driving experience with longer-lasting vehicles compared to those that approach routine maintenance indifferently.
Maintenance Every 7,500 Miles
General Motors recommends that Buick and GMC models get routine maintenance every 7,500 miles. The maintenance schedule calls for an oil and filter change, tire inspection, and rotation. Maintenance every 7,5000 miles also requires many inspections of specific components listed in the maintenance schedule. The 15,000-mile interval adds windshield wiper blade replacement service. The 22,500-mile recommended maintenance contains the previous intervals’ services and adds a cabin air filter replacement. This maintenance sequence continues forward over the life of your vehicle while adding services for components needed along the way.