Maserati Maintenance Schedule & Service Cost
Whether you’re in need of routine maintenance or advanced repairs, you can trust the experts at Maserati of Akron to keep your vehicle running like the day it left the factory. Your vehicle will receive specialized care along with Genuine Maserati Parts designed specifically for your vehicle, letting you continue to enjoy the same levels of performance you’ve grown to love. Maserati of Akron has assembled this guide which can help you find the service your Maserati vehicle needs at a specific mileage interval.
Maintenance Schedule for Ghibli, Levante, and Quattroporte V6
Every 12,000 Miles or One Year
- Replace engine oil and filter
- Check engine coolant level, brake fluid, windshield, and windshield fluid
- Inspect belts
- Check engine for leaks
- Check braking system
- Check lines, calipers, connections, and parking brake operation
- Check front and rear suspension, articulated joints, front and rear underframe, and their tightening
- Check bonnets, hinges, doors, and seats (operation and linings status)
- Check tire condition and pressure control
- Check headlamp operation
- Check operation of seats and seat belts
- Run diagnostic scan
At 25,000 Miles or Two Years
Perform the one-year service PLUS:
- flush brake fluid
- replace cabin air filter
At 37,500 Miles or Three Years
Perform the one-year service PLUS:
- Replace spark plugs
At 50,000 Miles or Four Years
Perform the two-year service PLUS:
- Replace engine air filters
- Replace belts
At 62,500 Miles or Five Years
Perform the one-year service
At 75,000 Miles or Six Years
Perform the two-year service and three-year service
Maserati Maintenance FAQ
When Should My Tires Be Replaced?
The good news is that by regularly rotating your tires and keeping them properly inflated, you can extend the life of your tires. However, all tires will eventually wear out due to mileage or age and require replacement. As a rule of thumb, all-season tir s typically last around 60,000 miles while certain high-performance tires found on many Maserati vehicles can last 25,000 miles. Please see your service advisor for more information about the lifespan of your tires. If you’re concerned about your tires, visit our service center today and have a factory-trained Maserati technician properly inspect your tires. If they need to be replaced, we’re proud to carry a full selection of OEM-recommended tires designed for maximum performance on your Maserati vehicle.
What’s the Difference Between OEM and Aftermarket Parts?
While you’ve probably heard both terms mentioned before, there are a number of key differences between OEM and aftermarket parts. OEM stands for “original equipment manufacturer” and these parts are identical to the parts that originally came installed on your Maserati vehicle. They’ve been built to the exact specifications and typically come backed by additional warranty coverage. You can expect a precision fit and uncompromised performance.
Aftermarket parts are often less expensive than OEM parts but aren’t typically built to the same standard as OEM. Why compromise the performance of your Maserati by settling for inferior parts and components? Visit us today at Maserati of Akron and experience the difference that Genuine Maserati parts and accessories can make.
What Are the Advantages of Winter Tires?
Not all tires are created equal. When the temperatures drop below freezing, the rubber tire compound hardens and offers less traction. All-season tires offer some defense against this problem but high-performance summer tires can put your safety in jeopardy once they harden in cold temperatures. To combat this problem, consider installing a dedicated set of winter tires. These types of tires feature specially designed compounds that maintain traction and have dedicated tread channels to direct snow, slush, and debris away from the vehicle. You’ll experience greater traction, stability, and braking performance in cold and snowy conditions by installing a set of snow tires. Snow or winter tires can typically be identified by a snowflake icon stamped onto the sidewall. Maserati of Akron carries a complete selection of winter tires for your Maserati vehicle. Stop in today!
What’s the Difference Between Conventional and Synthetic Oil?
Ever wondered what the difference between conventional and synthetic oil is? Simply put, a high-performance vehicle like your Maserati requires oil that’s engineered to a higher standard than most. Synthetic oil is formulated specifically to provide better lubrication, higher resistance to wear, and prevents sludge and deposit buildup inside your engine. Conventional oils are less chemically stable, lose their protective properties quicker, and oxidize more easily than synthetic. To summarize, synthetic oil lasts longer, provides better protection, and helps to maintain the performance you’ve come to expect from your Maserati vehicle. Learn more about Maserati oil change here.