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Keep your new or classic Aston Martin in peak condition by stopping by Aston Martin Austin’s Service Center today. Review all the necessary maintenance your versatile DBX, iconic Vantage, luxurious DB11, or thrilling DBS needs to maintain its track-ready power and premium ride feels. We are one of the few places in the Austin, TX area that can provide your high-performance automobile with a proper oil change, inspection, tire rotation, and more in a timely manner and at a competitive price. From routine maintenance jobs and major repairs to performing enhancements or cosmetic changes, Aston Martin Austin has you covered.
Improve your travels from San Antonio to Dallas in no time by reviewing recommended Aston Martin maintenance below. Whether your Aston Martin has 10,000 miles or 100,000 miles, our team is here to offer you seasoned expertise on all things Aston Martin, so you can turn the keys over to us with confidence. What’s more, you can put your feet up and relax in our pristine Service Center while we expeditiously handle your car care. We give drivers from Austin easy access to the parts and services an Aston Martin needs, including:
Every 10,000 miles/12-months: While most people may not drive their Aston Martin as their daily driving car, it is still important to get your Aston Martin’s oil changed and tire rotated every year. Some customers may even want to look into getting performance tires if they typically take their Aston Martin on the track, saving your regular tires to ensure their longevity and reliability.
At this time, our service experts will also inspect your Aston Martin’s wheels, brake pads, and all aspects of your Aston Martin. Brake pads and rotor inspections will help ensure your Aston Martin’s stopping power, giving you confidence that your brakes will be working properly each and every time you need them. We’ll also review and change any necessary fluids and filters. This includes your engine oil filter, coolant, and air filters.
20,000 miles/24 months: In addition to reviewing all your 10,000 miles maintenance needs again, we’ll all carefully inspect your Aston Martin’s exhaust system for potential leaks or damage. At this time, we’ll also examine your Aston Martin’s steering gear and linkage as well as axle and suspension parts. It’s recommended to get your pollen filter and air filter changed during this time as well.
30,000 miles/36 months: At this point, your Aston Martin’s engine air and oil filter change need to be replaced as well as a tire rotation, brake pads and rotors inspection, and all the same 10,000-mile maintenance needs. Our team will also check your in-cabin air filter and the Aston Martin Intelligent Key battery for replacement. This maintenance interval also marks the first of the 30/60/90 major maintenance services needed to be performed every 30,000 miles.
Major maintenance services needed every 30,000 / 60,000 / 90,000 miles include:
60,000 miles/5-7 years: Replace your spark plugs and coil packs. Around this time, you may also want to get your hood, door, and trunk struts looked at. And depending on your Aston Martin’s usage, your clutch may need some work at this time to ensure its performance and reliability.
Who better service your car than the experts at Aston Martin Austin? Relax in the knowledge that your Aston Martin is in safe hands with our highly trained and certified service experts. Our approved service technicians are regularly trained in the latest techniques and only use Genuine Parts, complete with a 12-month warranty, to ensure your car receives the very best service. Free checks for software and mechanical updates are, of course, included, as well as having the service record digitally updated to securely record the provenance of your car’s service history.
Some service shops will charge outlandish prices for Aston Martin service in Austin, but you won’t find that at Aston Martin Austin. We never want to see a Houston-area car owner delay essential maintenance due to high costs, which is why we proudly offer Austin area car lovers quick access to exclusive money-saving offers to help make the cost of your regular Aston Martin service in Austin easier to bear.
When you need an Aston Martin oil change near Georgetown, TX, or major repairs, rely on Aston Martin Austin to get the job done right. Use our convenient online tools to schedule your service with one of our factory-trained and authorized service technicians or to order the parts you need for your do-it-yourself project, or stop by our Austin-based Aston Martin service center to speak to an associate about the many ways we can take care of your investment. You can also call us at 512-985-2946.
We recommend bringing your Aston Martin in at least once a year for newer models and every six months for older models.
Regular tire rotations help your tires wear evenly and maximize their tread life.
Checking your tire pressure once a month is recommended, only check cold tires, and don’t forget to check your spare tire. Cold weather can also cause your tire pressure to deflate, meaning it’s recommended to review your tire pressure after a cold snap.
Your Aston Martin may need a test and inspection to check the life of your battery and look for possible corrosion. If you live in a colder climate, you may want to get your battery checked and possibly replaced before a cold snap occurs.
While car batteries wear out over time, infrequent start-up, excessive heat or cold, and leaving your lights on can cause premature battery failure.
Brake pads are equipped with wear indicators that produce a squeaking noise when the brakes are almost worn out at around 2 mm of brake pad friction material thickness remaining. Racing on a track or those prone to heavy braking may cause your brake pads to expire early. A typical brake pad should last up to 50,000 miles.
Depending on your usage and your Aston Martin’s year, it's recommended to replace your engine oil and filter at least every 10,000 miles. Older models may need more regular oil changes.
Replacing your oil filter will ensure your new engine oil stays clean and last.
Yes, synthetic oil is recommended due to its ability to last and protect your Aston Martin against sludge, engine rust, and corrosion.