Why should you choose our Land Rover service department in Englewood, NJ? Our certified automotive technicians are experts in Range Rover service, and we always go above and beyond for our customers. We offer a wide range of service and parts specials, provide accessible service financing, and make it easy to schedule Land Rover service online from your home in Jersey City or Fort Lee!
Land Rover Englewood can complete any Land Rover or Range Rover service that you may require. The following are a few common services we offer you when you bring your vehicle into our Englewood Land Rover service department:
Many people aren’t aware of the importance of tire rotation. While tires rotate every time the automobile is used, the maintenance task of tire rotation is a different task entirely. During a tire rotation, each tire is moved to a different wheel on the automobile so that they undergo even wear. The front tires on a car, if they are left in place for two long, will experience much greater wear than the rear tires because of the way these tires are manipulated during turns. The result is faster wear and tear and a need to replace the front tires fairly early on. When you have your tires rotated regularly, you are preventing excess wear and tear from occurring in the front, in the long run saving you money. Your car will be safer and smoother to operate as well. The air pressure of the tires is also often checked when the tires are rotated, so you will be able to keep on top of the condition of your tires and prevent them from going flat.
Oil keeps your car running smoothly. Without it, your engine creates more friction, which produces more heat. The additional heat adds more stress to engine components and can cause your engine to seize. Failing to change your engine oil regularly causes the oil to lose its viscosity, meaning it cannot do its job of protecting your engine as well as when it is new. Making time to change your oil seems like a big inconvenience, but consider the time and money it will save you compared to having an inoperable car. Besides keeping your engine from seizing, changing your oil regularly has other great benefits like:
When the check engine light illuminates on your dashboard, it could mean any number of problems with your vehicle or its engine/transmission. It may be a simple fix, such as a loose gas cap, or something more serious, such as a problem with emissions. Whatever the reason, bringing your vehicle to our service department will give you peace of mind. We will retrieve the error code for you, interpret it, and work together with you to develop a service plan to get your car repaired and back on the road safely. You’ll avoid bigger problems in the future and prolong the overall life of your vehicle.
Wheel alignment is an underrated aspect of being a vehicle owner. It is easy to neglect and to forget, but it never should be. Having your tires properly aligned not only extends the life of your tires, but it also keeps your vehicle from pulling in either direction while driving. Not to mention that proper tire alignment improves fuel economy, which will save you money in the long run. All in all, the benefits of having your tires properly aligned lead to one paramount feature: improved safety. When your tires are aligned professionally, they are angled to the relative standard of the manufacturer’s specifications. Different automotive manufacturers have slightly different standards in terms of how their wheels are aligned, due to the size and the type of tires installed on the vehicle. We promise that your car will drive smoother after having your tires aligned at Land Rover Englewood.
Maintaining the brakes on your vehicle regularly is integral to the prolonged and happy life of your vehicle. Brake maintenance should be performed regularly in conjunction with the mileage and terrain type your vehicle endures. Regular inspections of your brake pads will help spot rotor blemishes that can be addressed before they become a problem. However, neglecting to have your brakes checked will eventually lead to symptoms of faulty brakes—grinding, squealing, resistance, etc.—and by then, you may need to repair more than just your brake pads.