There are a number of benefits to going to the Nissan dealership for your car’s service needs. Read this article to find out why you should avoid independent shops and instead rely on the high-quality service offered at our Fairfax Nissan dealership.
Avoid the Safety Risk of Aftermarket Parts
As proven by a recent Consumer Reports study, aftermarket parts can be a serious risk to your safety. A wide variety of independent shops use aftermarket parts—but the Nissan dealership will only use original, genuine Nissan parts, which are designed and tested by the manufacturer to work inside your specific vehicle.
Trust Your Dealership’s Certified Technicians
Before being employed by the Nissan dealership, a technician must pass a series of training programs that certify him to work on a wide range of Nissan vehicles. At an independent shop, you won’t get the same level of expertise when it comes to your Nissan. Come to the dealership for your service and you can rest assured knowing that your Nissan is in the best hands in town.
Take Advantage of Your Warranty
Nissan technicians are required to stay current with common problems, and what sorts of problems are covered under warranty. This means that if your Nissan is having problems due to a defect in workmanship or materials, and it is still under warranty, there’s a decent chance that you can get your issue repaired at the Nissan dealership free of charge.
Get the Factory-Recommended Services You Need
The Nissan engineers that built your car outlined a recommended service interval, which can be found inside your Nissan’s owner’s manual. Instead of being hassled by independent repair shops to get more or less auto service than your Nissan actually needs, come to the Nissan dealership, where the technicians maintain your car according to the factory-recommended service intervals.
For top-notch Nissan service for your Nissan, including tire maintenance, take it to Brown’s Fairfax Nissan. Visit our website to make an appointment for service with us, and call us at (703) 591-8009 for more information.