It’s not easy predicting East Coast weather. The calendar says spring but the sky and the roads say otherwise. Hopefully this latest snowstorm is winter’s dying breath and we can get on to warmer weather – and a spring clean for your Land Rover vehicle.

If you’ve put off servicing your Land Rover SUV over the winter months, one of the best things you can do during the spring thaw is catch up on regular maintenance. This includes an oil change, which we recommend doing every 5,000 miles, and a tire rotation, which should happen every 6,000 – 8,000 miles.

While it’s true that engines are far more sophisticated than they were even 15 – 20 years ago, this doesn’t mean they can run forever without oil. At some point, clogging and overheating will be a problem, and the same goes for tires of not maintained properly.

Even if your Land Rover Discovery Sport near Peabody, MA sports premium tires, not rotating them periodically will eventually lead to one or more tires wearing out faster than the others. This can cause irregular wear patterns that negatively affect your vehicle’s alignment, fuel economy, and safety. And if your odometer is approaching 45,000 miles, we recommend consulting our local Land Rover dealership regarding the purchase of new tires. In fact, we’ll measure your tires’ tread and tell you straight away whether you need four fresh ones.

Set your navigation for “Land Rover near me” and you can take advantage of on some terrific parts and service specials at Land Rover Peabody. These include several deals that come just in time for spring: a 10% discount on wiper blades, a generous rebate on new tires, and 10% off on detailing service and all scheduled maintenance.

Spring is here (almost). Let’s get your Land Rover vehicle prepped today!