At Rolling Hills Honda, if we understand anything, it is Honda vehicles and their maintenance requirements. We know from years of selling, maintaining, and repairing Honda cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs that the single greatest threat to many of your vehicle’s vital components is extreme temperature. This makes Fall a good seasonal staging point to maintain essential performance components that are also prone to rapid wear with a relatively short life. Ignoring Fall Maintenance can lead to unfortunate outcomes, such as a dead battery on winter’s first freezing day, wiper blades that can’t remove icy sludge from your windshield, poor heating system performance due to contaminated coolant, or a clogged filter allowing road salt to get inside the engine, just to name a few.
At Rolling Hills Honda, we have designed a list of tips explicitly designed to help you maximize your vehicle’s performance, reliability, efficiency, and safety throughout the winter. By following these tips, you can do everything in your power to get the most out of your vehicle no matter how cold it gets outside.
Extreme temperatures with broad temperature change between seasons are arguably the greatest threats to a vehicle. Given the fact that the climate in St. Joseph is defined by extreme seasonal temperatures with significant average temperature fluctuation between seasons, it is an excellent maintenance decision to give your vehicle fall Maintenance after summer and before winter.
At Rolling Hills Honda, if we could only give one recommendation for fall maintenance, it would be to get a multi-point vehicle inspection from experts also carrying the same name as your vehicle. That means if you own a Honda in St. Joseph, MO, Elwood, KS, or Savannah, MO, the most important maintenance tip is to schedule a multi-point inspection service at our Service Center. The multi-point inspection will provide an accurate evaluation of your vehicle’s condition including all of the essential components requiring routine maintenance.