When you’re driving your Nissan Rogue Sport around East Providence, Pawtucket, and East Cranston, you want to know that your vehicle isn’t at risk of a breakdown. While there are several ways to keep your vehicle in tip-top shape, the most effective is scheduling preventative maintenance based on your manufacturer’s recommended maintenance schedule. Sticking to your Rogue Sport’s maintenance schedule will ensure that your automobile will run the way you need. Plus, you’ll be protected from many unexpected major repairs. Learn more about your Nissan Rogue Sport maintenance schedule, and find out how you can service your vehicle with help from a local dealership.
Regular Oil Changes
As most responsible car owners know, the key to keeping your vehicle running at its optimal capacity is regular oil changes. Fortunately, because the Nissan Rogue Sport is such a high-quality vehicle, you’ll only need to schedule an oil change every 5,000 miles. Whenever you have your oil changed, you should also make sure your service technician is replacing your engine oil filter.
2 Years or 20,000 Miles
The first major inspection of your Rogue Sport will occur at the 20,000-mile mark or 2-year mark, whichever you reach first. At this maintenance check, the EVAP vapor and fuel lines of your vehicle will be inspected, and your engine oil and engine oil filter will be changed. This appointment should be repeated every 20,000 miles.
3 Years or 30,000 Miles
After you’ve owned your Rogue Sport for another year or have accumulated an additional 10,000 miles, you’ll need to schedule your next service appointment. This check should be very brief, as it only requires a change of your air cleaner filter, your engine oil filter, and your engine oil.
5 Years or 50,000 Miles
The next appointment on your Nissan Rogue Sport maintenance schedule should take place at intervals of 50,000 miles or five years. In addition to the standard oil change and filter replacement, the drive belt of your Rogue Sport will be inspected and replaced, if it has accumulated too much wear and tear. If your drive belt is still intact, replacement will be delayed until the 70,000-mile marker.
10 Years or 100,000 Miles
If you properly maintain your vehicle and reach the 10-year or 100,000-mile mark, you’ll need to schedule another appointment. This appointment will include all the previously mentioned items: an inspection and/or replacement of your fuel lines, EVAP vapor lines, and the drive belt, as well as an oil change and filter replacement. Either 5,000 miles or six months after this appointment has occurred, you’ll need to return to your dealership and have your engine coolant replaced. Your engine coolant will need to be replaced every 75,000 miles after this point. Do you have a service appointment scheduled at Stateline Nissan? Check out our Nissan service specials for the chance to save!
Help with Your Nissan Rogue Sport Maintenance Schedule
If you need to schedule an appointment based on your Nissan Rogue Sport maintenance schedule, then you should be sure to visit the service and parts department at Stateline Nissan. Our service and parts team proudly works with car owners from Pawtucket, East Providence, and Cranston, and can help you easily maintain your vehicle. Whether you need car repairs or maintenance, or want to buy a new model, Stateline Nissan is here to help. Contact us today!