Your car's safety and continued optimal performance require routine maintenance and service. Such procedures are part of how the engineer originally designed the vehicle, as it allows easily replaceable parts to be replaced rather than letting the vehicle's inherent power destroy the more important parts which are more expensive to replace.
A multi-point inspection is exactly what it sounds like, a trained technician inspects the vehicle based on what the manufacturer recommends might need replacement at certain mileage checkpoints. Fluids might need to be topped off, sometimes the car just “uses” oil or there might need to be a reason to check for leaks. If tests show a problem in the electric system, fuses are easily replaced before a more important problem occurs.
Essentially, a multi-point inspection is an oil change, tire rotation if needed, and a technical view of the car to catch any potential problems before they happen. It was important with older cars to assure they continued to run well and is more important with newer cars which run more efficiently according to stricter design plans.
The engine is arguably the most important part of your car, but it relies on a series of external systems to control speed, cornering, braking, and transfer of power through the engine and transmission down to the wheels. When those systems aren't properly maintained, the car either isn't going to run efficiently or isn't going to run at all.
Don’t Risk Letting Your Vehicle Go Unchecked
Typically speaking, a well cared for the car isn't going to have any problems with a routine maintenance inspection. It's normal for a fluid level to be low, brake pads wear and the brake fluid level drops over time. Likewise, certain weather conditions can cause oil or hydraulic fluids to be low and need topping off. More importantly, is when something is wrong which causes such problems. An engine systems problem is never going to get better, it only makes sense to find and correct it as soon as possible before it causes worse damage.
Premier Auto Service & Parts in Manhattan, KS from Briggs Nissan
There are plenty of great local mechanics who can perform an adequate multi-point vehicle inspection. The problem is, they don't know about warranty recalls and specific information concerning the make and model of vehicle they're servicing. That's why an authorized dealer such as Briggs Nissan in Manhattan KS and serving the surrounding areas including Junction City is important to check in with for routine vehicle maintenance. You'll find our representatives to be personable and friendly whether dealing with a technician for maintenance or repairs, or one of our talented sales reps helping you find your next car.