How Often Should I Service my Lincoln Vehicle?

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There is no exact rule of thumb for when to get your Lincoln vehicle serviced, but there are service menus that can help you to plan for maintenance items.

At Smith-Cairns Lincoln, we believe the best way to keep your Lincoln vehicle running smoothly is to have it regularly serviced. Below are our exact suggestions:

Regular & Monthly Service Items

Your Lincoln car is a synchronized, engineered masterpiece that can perform driving tasks, navigation tasks, entertainment tasks, and get you where you need to go in comfort. Some pieces get more wear and tear with time and require more attention to make sure they are in functioning order. Each month we encourage drivers to check their lights, their tires, and their fluid levels including washer fluid levels, transmission, and more.

If any of these items need to be addressed, we recommend getting them looked at in our service center immediately so they don't cause further issues.

Other Service Items Over Longer Periods of Time

Some service centers will tell their customers that oil should be changes every 3,000 miles. Lincoln vehicles, however, are built for quality and durability so we estimate oil levels should last closer to 7,500 miles or six months of regular driving.

We also encourage drivers to think about tire rotations and alignments on a longer term scale, and to check battery functionality, suspension, and brake parts after particularly harsh weather conditions (winter, etc.).


When you get your vehicle serviced with us, you can take advantage of the Lincoln concierge service, a scheduled complimentary pick up and delivery service, and dealership amenities including free wifi among others.

If you have further questions about service timelines or you would like to book an appointment over the phone, please call anytime during business hours.

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