The 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe is a full-size SUV that can be configured to meet every need. There’s plenty of muscle for towing, and off-roaders appreciate the Tahoe’s outstanding capacity for forging ahead when driving off the beaten path. According to the Prescott Valley Chevrolet dealer, the Tahoe is also a comfortable daily driver that can transport up to nine passengers.
Your 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe will provide you with years of driving enjoyment provided you care for it properly by bringing it to Flagstaff Chevrolet, the Prescott Valley Chevy dealer, for scheduled maintenance service. Keeping your Tahoe maintained regularly will prevent a minor problem from becoming a big problem later. When you take your Tahoe to our service center in Flagstaff, you’ll enjoy the peace of mind that comes from knowing we use genuine GM parts. These are the same parts used to build your Tahoe.
We’ll look at some of the Tahoe’s major maintenance service visits and explain which services will be performed.
Chevrolet recommends bringing your 2021 Tahoe for maintenance at 7,500 intervals, so this will be your first maintenance visit. Our service technicians will check a number of your Tahoe’s parts. They’ll change the oil and install a new engine oil filter. The techs will inspect your vehicle’s tires and look for wear. They’ll make sure the tires are properly inflated. A brake inspection is also part of the 7,500-mile service. Additionally, the technicians will check the suspension and steering system.
The maintenance services of the 7,500-mile service are part of every service visit. As you put more miles on the odometer, other services will be added to your visits to ensure your 2021 Chevy Tahoe continues to run properly.
At 22,500 miles, the service technicians will replace your 2021 Tahoe’s cabin air filter.
When the odometer reaches 45,000 miles, the service technicians will inspect the evaporative control system and replace the engine air filter.
When your Tahoe reaches 97,500 miles, it will be time to replace the spark plugs. Four-wheel-drive Tahoe models will need a transfer case fluid change.
When your Tahoe reaches the 150,00-mile mark, the service technicians will drain and fill the engine’s cooling system and inspect the accessory drive belts for wear and damage.
You’re Tahoe’s scheduled maintenance continues at 7,500-mile intervals. The 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe is built to last for many miles, but some parts, such as belts and hoses, wear out over time. It’s important not to skip any visits. Keeping your Tahoe properly maintained can prevent a breakdown and can save you money.
When you need scheduled maintenance service for your 2021 Chevy Tahoe, call the Flagstaff Chevrolet Service Center at 888-495-0038 to book your appointment. Or schedule your service visit on our website. Contact us If you have any questions about your Tahoe’s scheduled maintenance. We’re always glad to help.
Flagstaff Chevrolet is located at 1118 W. Highway 66 in Flagstaff, easy to reach from Prescott. We look forward to seeing you soon!