If you think weekly car washes or regular oil changes can keep your beloved car in a tip-top shape, well, that’s not enough. Although, those are part of the steps in taking care of your vehicle, preventive maintenance services (PMS) play a major part in it.
That’s why the Columbian Autocar Corporation (CAC), the official distributor of Kia vehicles in the country, shares the reasons why car owners should drop by at Kia dealerships for PMS appointment.
Reason no.1: Prevention is better than cure
As a responsible car owner, it’s essential to bring your car in for PMS, most especially for the first few thousand kilometers of a new auto. Kia technicians will handle the job of checking your car or you can address your concerns if there are any potential problems in the vehicle.
Reason no.2: Saves money
Following your Kia’s recommended PMS schedule, you’re not just prolonging your vehicle’s life, but you’re also saving your pockets from possible higher replacement and maintenance costs. No one wants additional expenses, right?
Reason no.3: Handled by experts
Kia Service centers assure you that the entire process involves up-to-date equipment, combined with technical expertise to meticulously check, diagnose and adjust various components of your four-wheeled buddy.
Reason no.4: Safety measures on car parts
After assessing your much-loved vehicle, the technician will identify the car parts that require replacement depending on the level of wear. For the safety of the customers, experts may recommend changing various engine belts, brake pads, engine oil, air filters, and such.
Speaking of car parts, Kia also offers genuine parts to ensure reliable and quality materials that are made according to the exact standards of Kia’s original specification.
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