When to Change Your Oil

Your Honda is equipped with The Maintenance Minder.

The maintenance minder  varies by driver because each drivers driving habit are unique. The  Honda Maintenance Minder adjusts the maintenance intervals based on  engine operating habits, driving habits and the climate where the  vehicle is operated in. For most people who combine city and highway  driving will need maintenance at approximately 6,000 miles. If you  maintain constant driving habits you can expect your mileage between  services will stay consistent.

The Maintenance Minder does now monitor your Honda's engine oil level. You should check your oil weekly. This will catch any leaks that your Honda may develop over time. Make sure the vehicle is not on a slope and the engine has cooled down before checking it. There are lines on your dipstick to let you know if your oil level is good. If your Honda starts losing oil contact your Honda certified experts to diagnosis the issue.

Top performance Begins with Top Quality Oil.

Motor oil is your engine's lifeblood. It lubricates your engine and protects moving parts to keep things running right. With the variety of grades and viscosities available, choosing the right motor oil may seem confusing. Honda Genuine Motor Oils are blended and tested to meet strict Honda requirements, and are available in a variety of grades and viscosities, each formulated specifically for use in Honda engines. You see, Honda engines are designed to work best with lower-viscosity motor oils, and oil not specified for them can diminish engine performance. So how do you pick the right motor oil with so many brands and types to choose from? Easy. Let our Honda Certified Experts take care of your Honda