If you’ve made the wise decision of investing in the new Nissan Rogue, you want to be certain that your SUV will last for thousands of miles into the future. In addition to driving safely and responsibly, keeping your Rogue in like-new condition requires scheduling regular maintenance with your service professional.
Ongoing maintenance based on your manufacturer’s recommended maintenance schedule is the most effective solution for keeping your Nissan Rogue running well. Read this guide to the 2018 Nissan Rogue maintenance schedule so that you’ll know when it’s time to seek service for your automobile.
5,000-Mile Oil Change
After owning your Rogue for six months or putting 5,000 miles on your odometer, you will need to visit your service professional to have your engine oil and engine oil filter replaced. Repeat this service appointment each additional 5,000 miles or six months.
Service at 20,000 Miles
Other than regular oil changes, you won’t need to schedule service for your Nissan Rogue until you’ve hit the 20,000-mile marker or have owned your automobile for two years.
At this appointment, your oil will be changed, and your service technician will inspect the fuel lines and EVAP vapor lines of your automobile.
The next appointment for your 2018 Nissan Rogue Maintenance will take place once you’ve driven 30,000 miles. Typically, this will be three years into the life of your automobile. This service appointment should be very quick, as it only requires an oil change, engine oil filter replacement and air cleaner filter replacement.
When you reach the 40,000-mile mark in your Nissan Rogue, your vehicle will need to undergo several inspections to make sure that it is operating correctly. This service appointment will also include the standard oil and filter change.
First, the drive belts of your Rogue will be inspected. If any damage is detected, they may need to be replaced. Second, your service tech will inspect your EVAP vapor lines and fuel lines. Again, replacement may be recommended if there is too much wear and tear on your lines.
At the 60,000-mile mark, your Rogue will undergo an extensive check which will combine many of the tasks from previous service appointments.
For example, your air filter and engine filter will once again be replaced, and your drive belts will be inspected. There will also be another inspection of your EVAP vapor and fuel lines. Once this service appointment has been completed, your technician may recommend repairs.
Follow the 2018 Nissan Rogue Maintenance Schedule
If you make sure to follow your 2018 Nissan Rogue maintenance schedule, you should be able to keep your SUV up and running like it did on your very first drive. To get help maintaining your Rogue for years to come, visit our service and parts department at Stateline Nissan.
The Stateline Nissan service team are experts when it comes to Nissan maintenance, and will gladly help you maintain your Rogue for years and miles into the future. When your vehicle stops running the way you need, we can service your car and get you back on the road in Pawtucket, East Providence and Cranston. Schedule your service appointment today!