Genesis G80 Maintenance Schedule
When you drive a luxury vehicle you love, you take good care of it. It’s just what you do. A big part of that is sticking to your car’s regular service needs. We understand this at Genesis of Littleton, so we put together this Genesis G80 maintenance schedule.
Read it through to learn when you’re next due for routine maintenance, then contact us to schedule service at our state-of-the-art service center near Parker, Littleton, and Castle Rock, Colorado.
Owner Maintenance Schedule: What to Check and When
While the service center at our local Genesis dealership is always here to help, there are a few checks you can make periodically to ensure that your luxury sedan is in good working order.
When You Stop for Fuel
Every time you make a pit stop for fuel, it’s a good idea to perform a few checks. First, check the engine oil and coolant level in your Genesis G80. Also make sure your windshield washer fluid reservoir is full, and inspect for low or under-inflated tires. If you notice low fluid levels or under-inflated tires, you can correct the issue yourself or make an appointment at your local dealership as soon as possible for professional assistance.
At Least Monthly
It’s a good idea to check your engine coolant level at least monthly, in addition to when you stop for fuel. Also check the exterior lights, tire inflation and condition, and wheel lug nuts during your monthly inspection.
At Least Twice a Year
At least twice a year (we recommend every spring and fall), check out your radiator, heater, and air conditioning hoses for leaks or damage. Also make sure your windshield washer spray and wipers are operating correctly. Finally, check out your headlight alignment, muffler and exhaust pipes, and your seatbelts to ensure proper functioning.
At Least Yearly
Every year, it’s important to clean your car’s body and door drain holes and lubricate the door hinges, hood hinges, and door and hood locks and latches. You’ll also want to inspect and lubricate your automatic transmission linkage and controls and check the air conditioning system. End this check by cleaning the battery and terminals and checking the brake fluid level.
Contact your local Genesis dealership if you need any assistance with these regular checks.
Regular Maintenance Schedule
While we recommend that you keep an eye on your Genesis G80 sedan’s condition throughout the year, it’s also important to schedule maintenance at your Genesis dealership’s service center at regular mileage intervals. This will get professional eyes on your car at least once a year, if not more.
Every 7,500 Miles or Yearly (whichever comes first)
Your 7,500-mile service interval is a crucial part of your Genesis G80 maintenance schedule. This service will probably be done twice per year, and you should never go more than one year between these services. At this interval, the technicians at your local Genesis service center will:
- Replace engine oil and engine oil filter
- Inspect the air cleaner filter (clean or replace if necessary)
- Inspect vacuum hoses
- Inspect battery condition
- Inspect brake lines, hoses, and connections
- Inspect disc brakes and pads
- Inspect steering gear rack, linkage, and boots
- Inspect driveshaft and boots
- Inspect suspension mounting bolts
- Inspect air conditioner refrigerant
- Inspect air conditioner compressor
- Inspect propeller shaft
- Inspect exhaust pipe and muffler
Also rotate your tires during this service. This can keep your tires in good shape longer and also improve traction control by preventing uneven wear.
Every 15,000 Miles or Every Two Years (whichever comes first)
Your next service should be done at 15,000 miles or two years, depending on which comes first. At this visit, the service technicians will complete all items from the 7,500-mile service. They’ll also do the following:
- Inspect vapor hose, fuel filter cap, and fuel tank
- Inspect fuel tank air filter
- Inspect fuel filter
- Inspect parking brake
- Replace climate control air filter (if equipped)
They should also inspect your brake fluid at this time to ensure that your brakes function properly when you need them most.
Every 30,000 Miles or Every Four Years (whichever comes first)
Next, we have your 30,000-mile check. Perform both your 7,500-mile service and your 15,000-mile service at this time. Also inspect your front and rear differential oil (all-wheel drive models only) and inspect your fuel lines, hoses, and connections.
At 60,000 Miles or Six Years (whichever comes first)
At 60,000 miles, you should check your drive belts. After that, add this to your 15,000-mile service. You’ll also want to inspect your valve clearance at every 60,000-mile or 6-year interval.
Every 97,500 Miles
Each time your Genesis G80 travels 97,500 miles, bring your Genesis G80 to the service center to have your spark plugs replaced. This will keep your engine working properly and efficiently as you put more and more miles under your belt.
At 120,000 Miles or 10 Years (whichever comes first)
When you hit your first 120,000 miles (or 10 years, whichever comes first), it’ll be time to replace your engine coolant. This should be replaced for the first time at 120,000 miles or 10 years. After that, be sure to have it replaced every 30,000 miles or 24 months (whichever comes first).
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Schedule Genesis G80 Maintenance
If you’ve reached any of the intervals in our Genesis G80 maintenance schedule, it’s time to make a service appointment at our Littleton, CO, area dealership. Drivers near Parker and Castle Rock can contact Genesis of Littleton to schedule routine maintenance today!