To get the most out of your vehicle on the roads of Evesham Township and Cherry Hill, routine maintenance is a must. This is why we encourage you to become familiar with the MINI Countryman maintenance schedule. These service intervals were developed by the automaker to ensure optimal performance and longevity of your vehicle. We explore the MINI Countryman maintenance schedule more in-depth below.
At the 10,000-mile mark (or 1 year, depending on which comes first) your vehicle will require an oil change. This is also the visit where we rotate your tires and check your brake pads/rotors.
At 30,000 miles, your vehicle is due for another set of services.
Once these tasks are complete, we will see how your vehicle handles on the roads of Mount Laurel by taking it for a road test.
At 60,000 miles, we repeat all of the services listed above and add on the following:
What services are provided at 100,000 miles?
What is the MINI Cooper Countryman Central Information Display? This feature ensures that you do not miss out on the maintenance your vehicle needs. The CID will give a brief display on your instrument cluster indicating the driving distance or time until your next service visit is due.
If you would like to check your status manually, you can do so as well. Go to “Check Vehicle Status.” Select a service from the list provided, which will be followed by a symbol. “OK” means you’re not due for service. An empty triangle means maintenance should be performed soon. A triangle with another triangle inside indicates that service is overdue.
Now that you are familiar with the MINI Countryman maintenance schedule, you may have realized that your car is in need of routine service. We make it easy to set up an appointment online. Our service center is conveniently located near Hamilton Township. Contact us today with any questions.