Spring is just around the corner and in a few short months, we’ll be taking out our summer cars from storage. But before that, your Porsche need to be inspected and serviced to make sure they are ready for spring.
Where applicable, fluids need to be changed/topped up, air conditioning inspected, tires and checked. A wheel alignment ensures the sporty symmetrical feel of your Porsche.
We recommend that you bring in your Porsche every 6 months to avoid costly repairs down the road.
Why You Shouldn’t Just Rely on Dash Service Indicator
There is no doubt that your Porsche dash service indicator is handy for identifying basic service issues and maintenance reminders. However, these service indicators and trackers do not catch everything. For example, they don’t inform you of coolant, engine oil, power steering, or shock leaks, or that the brake lines just broke the outside reinforcing belts and are about to burst – leaving the vehicle with no brakes at all!
The only way to find out about complex issues is through the experienced eye of the mechanic at a Porsche specialized shop. A thorough inspection will identify potential failures caused by common wear.
With over 30 years of experience, we’re here for all of the services your Porsche needs.