European cars are the epitome of luxury performance, but even precision-engineered driving machines require routine maintenance. The good news is that vehicles from such automakers as Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz don’t require much different maintenance than you’re probably used to with the domestic cars you’ve owned in the past. The one exception, of course, is that import cars are best serviced by a European car repair shop in San Jose. With that in mind, here are some quick car care tips that will help keep your European car in tip-top shape.
- Keep the tires properly inflated and check for blisters, bubbles, cracks, and other visible signs of tire wear and tear
- Change the oil according to the manufacturer’s recommended maintenance schedule or your European car service provider
- Use fluids and auto parts specifically designed for use in European cars
- Wash and wax your car on a regular basis to maintain the head-turning good looks that makes your European car so desirable (and enviable)