Jaguar service intervals
Your Jaguar needs regular servicing to keep it at top performance, whilst also maintaining the condition and safety of your vehicle. To ensure that your Jaguar is working at maximum efficiency, you need to stay on top of servicing and maintenance. A number of safety checks will be carried out on your Jaguar to ensure that all inside the car are safe when out on the roads. Keeping an up-to-date service record helps to maintain your Jaguar’s resale value in the future.
Less than 10,000 miles a year - every 12 months
We recommend that your Jaguar is serviced every 12 months or 9,000 miles, whichever is first. Using your car for shorter journeys, like city or town driving, puts more of a strain on your vehicle as the engine has to stop and start more frequently. This means that your car will need more frequent servicing to keep it running properly.
More than 10,000 miles a year - every two years
Driving longer journeys on dual carriageways and motorways puts less strain on your engine, so you don’t have to get your car serviced as often. We recommend that you get your Jaguar serviced every two years or 10,000 miles, whichever comes first. But don’t forget to keep an eye on your tyres and replace when the tread is low, as this type of driving wears your tread down quicker.
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