Tips to Get Your Car Ready for Spring Driving

Rescue Your Car from the Hazards of Winter Weather

Without question Canadian Winters are hard on our vehicles. Whether it be the strain placed on most moving parts and electrical components by the cold weather, or the persistent exposure to potentially corrosive and damaging substances found on our roads, once winter is finally over smart drivers look to assess the health of their vehicle.

While you can give your vehicle a quick once over to spot any visible performance issues, the service experts at your CDJR dealership are your best bet to give your vehicle a thorough inspection to ensure that old man winter has not compromised the safety of your ride.

Ask about the Peace of Mind Maintenance Service Package

A convenient package designed to tackle the maintenance outlined in your owner’s manual, and at an attractive price to save you more, the Peace of Mind Maintenance Service is a convenient, one-stop check of your vehicle’s vital systems and fluids. It’s completed in conjunction with your recommended oil change and tire rotation and includes:

  • Up to 5 litres of genuine Mopar® Motor Oil
  • Genuine Mopar Oil Filter
  • Rotation of 4 tires
  • Manufacturer check
  • Written report
  • Inspection of cooling system
  • Fluid levels check
  • Electronic battery test
  • Front and rear brake systems check
  • Exhaust system check
  • Suspension system check

This will ensure that not only is your vehicle up-to-date with warranty required maintenance; but, will also provide you with a thorough diagnosis of all your vehicle’s vital systems.

You may also want to consider a Brake System Maintenance package that will ensure your brakes are performing at optimal levels. Our factory trained experts will clean any debris and remnants of the winter miles that you have put on your vehicle from your braking system, while at the same time inspecting the operation of the all the key components. This will ensure that your brakes are operating as they were originally designed to and ultimately the safety of yourself and your passengers.