The team at our Paramus, NJ Jaguar service center has the knowledge and the skills to take care of any needs your car may have, from routine maintenance to major repairs. Although we specialize in Jaguar service, we’re more than capable of working on any make or model on the market. Schedule service online at your convenience, and find out what sets us apart from other service centers near Fort Lee.
Our Paramus Jaguar service center is trusted by drivers from Jersey City to Fort Lee, and our team members know everything there is to know about Jaguar service. Whether you’re seeking a Jaguar oil change, in need of basic repairs, or just looking a place to schedule maintenance and tune-ups, we’ve got you covered. Our services include:
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On average, Americans drive their cars an impressive 15,000 miles per year. This is roughly equivalent to driving both to and from New York to Los Angeles twice. While short trips may not seem like much when you do it, these miles really do add up and your tires take a lot of the action. Tire rotation is the process of periodically altering the position of your tires from front to back and/or side to side. It is recommended that you perform this action at least once every 5,000 to 8,000 miles for optimal long-term use of your tires. There are a number of benefits to be taken advantage of while performing a tire rotation including:
Your Jaguar is a high-performance vehicle, but it needs good care to remain in top shape. One of the easiest ways to do so is to take it in for a regular oil change service. The motor oil in your Jaguar keeps all of the parts of the engine well-lubricated and moving smoothly. This guarantees good performance and long engine life. However, as the oil gets old, it needs to be replaced. Oil breaks down over time and provides less and less lubrication as well as picking up dirt and other contaminants. Those increase the friction in the engine, causing excess wear and tear, poorer performance and reduced gas mileage. As you can see, changing your oil regularly is absolutely important if you wish to prolong your engine’s life and maintain its high performance, as well as avoid further maintenance issues in the future.
When your vehicle’s computer, the ECU (engine control unit), finds a problem it can not adjust automatically, it sets a fault code in its memory and turns on a warning indicator on your dashboard. The illuminated check engine light can mean any number of things from something as simple as a loose gas cap to a much more serious emissions problem. When you bring your vehicle to us, we’ll retrieve the error code using an OBD-II scanner, diagnose the problem, and work on a solution with you to fix it. You’ll avoid bigger problems in the future and prolong the overall life of your vehicle.
Your car uses more fuel when the engine is overworked. When the wheels are not working together, the engine has to work harder. Therefore, an alignment service can increase your vehicle’s fuel efficiency. An alignment service will also help you save money on costly mechanical problems down in the future. When the wheels are not aligned, the mechanical parts will deteriorate at a fast rate. A bumpy road can wreak havoc on your car’s suspension system, which will lead to expensive repairs. When you get an alignment service, you will have a smoother driving experience. When your wheels are not perfectly aligned, your car will veer to the right or the left. You will have to constantly adjust your steering wheel to keep your car straight. The constant readjusting can be a dangerous distraction. An alignment service will also increase the longevity of your tires’ tread, which are valuable investments.
While the focus in a performance vehicle is often on getting as much power out of the engine as possible, brakes are just as important. Brakes are not just an important safety and control mechanism for your car, but also contribute to keeping other expensive components running at peak efficiency and avoiding excessive wear and tear. Of course, keeping your brakes in good working order is important for stopping and maneuvering around tight corners. A regular scheduled check up and brake pad change can also protect other components of the braking system like the calipers and the wheels themselves, both of which can become a costly repair if damaged, especially with high-performance cars like a Jaguar. And flushing your brake fluid lines ensures that you always have the best braking power with the shortest response time at your disposal, which is important both on the road and on the track. Keeping up with the brake service on your Jaguar does not only keep you and your car safe, but it can also improve your performance as well!