Land Rover Maintenance Schedule

Land Rover model

If you’ve purchased a Land Rover in Austin, or you are currently shopping for a new Land Rover model in the Corpus Christi area, you know that it’s a big investment. One of the ways you must protect this investment is with routine maintenance at your local authorized Land Rover Service Center, starting every 6 months/5,000 miles (whichever comes first).

Learn more about the recommended Land Rover maintenance schedule below, but be sure to consult your owner’s manual for model-specific information. Then take advantage of our rotating service specials at Land Rover San Antonio to save on your next scheduled service visit!

5,000-Mile Service

Every 5,000 miles (typically about six months), perform the following vehicle maintenance checks:

  • Engine oil and air filter – change if necessary
  • Tire pressure, tread, and wear and tear
  • Car battery and cables
  • Chassis lubrication

10,000-Mile Service

These are a few car maintenance checks that should be done every 10,000 miles, or every 12 months–whichever comes first:

  • Coolant levels
  • Transmission fluid levels
  • Steering and suspension

15,000-Mile Service

The standard maintenance on Land Rover model at 15,000 miles includes replacements of the crankcase oil filter and cabin air filter, as well as inspections of the: 

  • Drive belts
  • Exterior lighting
  • Exhaust system
  • Hood latch assembly and door checks
  • Parking brake and brake system
  • Power steering system fluid levels, cooling system fluid levels
  • On-board diagnostic system
  • Underbody
  • Windshield wiper blades, windshield washer fluid levels
  • Wheels and tires

Land Rover Service Tech looks at engine

30,000-Mile Service

At 30,000 miles, you’ll get all of the 15,000-mile maintenance, 10,000-mile maintenance, and 5,000-mile maintenance, as well as:

  • Brake line and hose inspection, brake system fluid change
  • Driveshaft inspection
  • Fuel line inspection
  • Seat belt restraint system inspection
  • Steering system and power steering hose inspection
  • Suspension inspection
  • Wiring harness inspection

60,000-mile Service

After hitting 60,000 miles, you should bring in your Land Rover to your local service center, near Corpus Christi to get all the 5,000, 10,000, 15,000, and 30,000-mile services. Then bring in your vehicle every 15,000 miles for the recommended inspections and replacements, including oil changes, brake inspections, and tire replacements.

Get Land Rover Maintenance at Land Rover San Antonio

Land Rover offers a prepaid maintenance plan, which includes many of the services mentioned above. Learn more about this plan and the Land Rover maintenance schedule at our service center in San Antonio. If your SUV is due, you can easily schedule service online.