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Customized to your Volkswagen, our factory-recommended maintenance schedule helps prevent potential problems before they begin – with expert, Volkswagen-trained technicians and Original Parts.

Stay on schedule with our maintenance timeline

Volkswagen’s factory-recommended maintenance schedules are designed to keep your service costs remarkably affordable and predictable. Every regular scheduled maintenance visit includes our comprehensive multi-point inspection and a 2-year / unlimited-kilometre limited warranty on parts and labour.

Multi-point inspection
Every. Single. Important. Detail. That’s what our Volkswagen dealers check when you take your vehicle in for service.
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Multi-Point Inspection

When you bring your vehicle to a Volkswagen dealership between your factory-recommended service intervals, a Volkswagen Certified Technician will perform the following multi-point inspection, designed to catch potential issues before they become problematic:

  • Tire wear inspection
  • Tire pressure check
  • Brake pad wear
  • Battery condition check
  • Engine, fluid and filters check on:
    • Windshield washer fluid level
    • Engine oil level and condition
    • Brake fluid level and condition
    • Coolant reservoir levels
    • Hoses for heating, AC and coolant
    • Air filter inspection
    • Air conditioning and pollen filter check
    • Engine drive belts
    • AdBlue® fluid level (on some diesel models)
  • Exterior and drive components inspection on items such as:
    • Windshield condition
    • Wiper wear and spray nozzles
    • Electrical inspection (horns, signals, lights)
    • Condition of wheels/alloys
    • Paint and body condition
  • Suspension and drive components examination on:
    • Shocks/struts and suspension components
    • Steering and steering linkages
    • Exhaust system (leaks, damage, loose parts)
    • Transmission/clutch operation and linkages