Keep Your Car Running Great with the Honda Maintenance Schedule

November 7th, 2017 by

2018 Honda Fit Driving

Honda vehicles are manufactured with longevity in mind, which is why Honda works to provide drivers with an easy-to-follow maintenance schedule. Following this schedule will help your Honda keep running smoothly for years to come. To learn more about the Normal Conditions Honda maintenance schedule, stay tuned.

Service Groups

The two main aspects of the Honda maintenance schedule are service groups and mileage markers. Each of the three service groups—Group A, Group B, and Group C—has its own list of services to be performed. Here’s how the groups break down:

Group A

Group B

Group C

  • Replace engine oil
  • Rotate tires
  • Replace engine oil filter
  • Inspect front and rear brakes
  • Check parking brake adjustment
  • Inspect tie rod ends, steering gearbox and boots
  • Inspect suspension components
  • Inspect driveshaft boots
  • Inspect brake hoses and lines
  • Check all fluid levels, condition of fluids, and check for leaks
  • Inspect cooling system hoses and connections
  • Inspect exhaust system
  • Inspect fuel lines and connections
  • Replace air cleaner element
  • Replace spark plugs
  • Inspect and adjust drive belts

Mileage Markers

The mileage markers will tell you when it is time to stop in for maintenance, as well as which service groups need to be addressed each time.

Mileage (in miles)

Service Groups to Perform

7,500 A
15,000 A, B
22,500 A
30,000 A,B,C
37,500 A
45,000 A,B
52,000 A
60,000 A,B,C
67,500 A
75,000 A,B
82,500 A
90,000 A,B,C
97,500 A
105,000 A,B

 

Keep Your Honda Happy

Make sure that your Honda vehicle never suffers from improper servicing and parts maintenance. By following the Honda maintenance schedule above, your car will run smoothly for years to come. Come down to your local Tri-State Honda Dealer, and we’ll do what it takes to keep your Honda in great shape. You can also contact us online with any questions.