The 2023 Acura Integra is now available at Acura of Peabody. While this sedan delivers high-level performance and the latest technology, it still requires routine maintenance from a certified technician. Learn about this model’s servicing intervals and schedule maintenance accordingly.
The Acura Integra requires an oil change every 5,000 to 10,000 miles. This is a broad range because oil degradation varies depending on driving conditions. If you subject the vehicle to severe driving conditions, such as short-distance commutes and bumper-to-bumper driving, then you may need oil changes more often.
The model should undergo a tire rotation every 5,000 to 7,500 miles. A technician will examine the condition of each tire during every routine maintenance. If there are signs of uneven tread wear, then he/she will perform a tire rotation.
Brake Fluid Change
Brake fluid becomes contaminated over time. When fluids are low, the brake pedal may have a squishy-like feel. At the minimum, you should replace the brake fluid once every three years regardless of mileage. If you drive often and under severe conditions, then you may need a fluid change as often as every 12 to 18 months.
The lifespan for the Acura Integra battery is three to five years, on par with the industry average. A mechanic will perform a voltage check to determine the battery’s remaining juice. Signs of a failing battery include corrosion buildup around the terminals and a swollen battery case.
The Acura Integra is known for its solid performance on city streets and on the highway. However, the performance is largely dependent on how well you care for it. This is why you should schedule maintenance at Acura of Peabody’s service center in accordance with the service intervals outlined in the vehicle user manual.
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