Did you know: Under-inflated tyres cost you money?
Your engine uses more power to push a vehicle with soft tyres, causing your fuel consumption bill to increase considerably.
How do you know if your braking system is worn?
If the vehicle is taking longer to stop than normal, or if the pedal feels spongy, you should contact your nearest Nissan Dealer immediately.
The ventilation air filter prevents dirt, dust and pollen from entering the air ventilation system of the vehicle. How do you know if the filter is blocking?
If your vehicle is equipped with Air Conditioning, use it in the winter. It acts as a dehumidifier when warm air is selected leading to a healthier environment within the cabin. It will also quickly clear fogged up windows in winter weather conditions.
Use the correct grade of oil as recommended in the Owners Manual.
Don't miss your routine oil changes. Oil is the lifeblood of any engine and a good quality oil will offer superior engine protection.
To check the oil level yourself you can use the following guide:
To keep your Nissan looking its best by we recommend regular polishing and valeting: Ask your local dealer about our range of products.
Regular garage brush washing is not recommended as it can cause some colours to fade. Get your Nissan professionally polished to renew colour protection.
Make sure that your car is ready for the summer. You are bound to be getting out and about far more often when the winter months have passed, so be certain of trouble free motoring. Don't sacrifice the joys of a holiday for the sake of a service!
It is not only winter weather conditions that can add wear and tear to your vehicle. As summer approaches be sure to contact your local Nissan Dealer for Summer service advice.
The winter months can mean extra wear and tear for your Nissan. Remember that keeping your car well maintained will guarantee warm, secure and reliable motoring. For your Nissan recommended Winter Service check; contact your local Nissan Dealer.
Ask your Nissan Dealer to pay particular attention to brakes, tyres, defroster, radiator, windscreen wipers, headlights, hazard lights, indicators, ignition and exhaust. We advise that you keep an emergency kit in the boot of your car, containing the following items (all available from your local Nissan Dealer):