We know that you love your new Volvo XC60, and with the luxury features it can provide, it's no surprise to us. Here at Courtesy Volvo Cars of Scottsdale, our team is committed to our customers, and when you want to enjoy your SUV or sedan for longer, you know that routine maintenance is the key to achieving this goal. At our Volvo service center near Phoenix, you can rely on our team of trained professionals to provide you with the routine maintenance when it needs to be performed. With our Volvo maintenance schedule, you'll have the insight into what comes next for your XC90.

Find Out What Your Volvo Needs

Whether you've driven your Volvo XC40 in Tempe for 3,000 miles, 14,000 miles, or 30,000 miles, it's important to know whether you have a maintenance appointment on the horizon. Understanding when to perform critical maintenance is the key to enjoying an enduring relationship with your luxury SUV. By ensuring that your Volvo parts and systems will continue performing the way that they should, you need to have a regular check-up to spot any potential problems before they become costly or damaging.

Many routine appointments, such as the oil change, alignment, tire rotation, and brake repair, are well known, but there are some that are less discussed. During certain maintenance milestone visits, you'll get services performed like replacing the brake fluid, chassis maintenance, and replacing certain belts and filters. We take the health of your car seriously, and you can count on us to give it the best that it deserves.

To use our maintenance scheduler in Mesa, you can first input your model year, then the information based on which Volvo SUV or sedan you're driving. When you've told us what engine you have, trim level, and approximate mileage, we can guide you towards getting the next level of maintenance that your car depends on to continue supporting you in your busy life. Do you have questions about this service schedule or any maintenance questions? We're here to answer them, so don't hesitate to reach out to us today.