Resolve to make this your best new year yet, and to keep your Honda vehicle in top condition. In addition to your new gym membership and juice cleanse, don’t forget to care for your vehicle’s health. Visit our service center at Honda of Grays Harbor for above-and-beyond Honda service to ring in the new year.

Change Your Oil

If it has been about six months since your last oil change, the start of the year may be an excellent time to come in for an oil change. You’ll roughly want to check your oil every 7,500 to 10,000 miles based on your driving habits to keep your vehicle running at its best.

Maintain Your Tires

Bring your Honda in for tire service if you want to start your year worry-free. This year resolve to rotate your tires every 5,000 to 8,000 miles, so they wear evenly. Replace them every three to five years. Your tires are the only thing between you and the street, so you want to be sure they are in great shape.

Check, Top-Off, or Change Fluids

Our service center staff is happy to check the following fluids in your vehicle to ensure your car runs smoothly for the year ahead.

  • Coolant
  • Brake fluid
  • Steering fluid
  • Transmission fluid
  • Washer fluid

Change the Filters

Air filters, oil filters, and cabin filters all need routine replacement. Air filters typically need to be replaced every six months, and there’s no better time than the new year to switch them out. Our experts can also check your oil and cabin filters while you are here. Your engine will thank you!

Get the Brakes Inspected and Serviced

Make all your stops safely this year by getting your brakes serviced, especially if you are around the 18,000-mile mark. Ask one of our technicians to check your brakes during any other maintenance task to ensure your brake pads and rotors are in good condition to perform when needed.

This new year treat your Honda to the necessary service to keep it running like new. Schedule a visit with Honda of Grays Harbor, your local Honda dealership, to address any service-related questions or concerns! We wish you a happy new year and safe driving!