No matter how much car technology improves, vehicles will always require regular maintenance to ensure continued optimal performance. With that in mind, how long can you hold off on Alfa Romeo vehicle care before a major issue arises?
For both the Alfa Romeo Stelvio and Alfa Romeo Giulia, the oil change interval is every 10,000 miles or every 12 months, whichever comes first.
However, this is assuming you drive under normal conditions. You may require more frequent oil changes if your driving habits classify as severe conditions, which include off-roading, frequent stop-and-go driving, and short commutes (under five miles) on city streets.
Tires usually last roughly 60,000 miles. The average driver accrues this amount of driving within three to four years. In addition, tires should also be rotated every 5,000 to 7,000 miles.
Tire rotations and replacement may be required sooner if you don’t properly inflate your tires. Check and give your tire air as needed every 30 days.
The typical car battery lasts three to five years. You can prolong the life by having a mechanic perform a voltage check during routine maintenance.
You should also check the terminals every so often and scan for corrosion accumulation. Remove corrosion using a soft-bristle brush.
How long you can go without servicing your Alfa Romeo car ultimately depends on how well you take care of your vehicle. No matter the model, all will require servicing sooner or later, so never wait until a problem arises before seeking professional maintenance.
Make maintenance at a dealership a routine practice, preferably at least once every year.