Keeping Your New Motor Factory Fresh

2017 has seen a lot of new cars enter the market. From supercars, with massive engines and incredible performance, to cars which are more at home on the school run, more people are buying their cars new than ever. Over 17.5 million new cars were sold in 2016, showing how popular this trend has become. Whether you’re going for the new Acura NSX or something a little less fun, like an Audi A4, buying a car new means that you’ll want to look after it. So, to help you out, this post will be going through some of the jobs you’ll have to add to the routine to achieve this goal.

A lot of people struggle to keep their car clean. When you’ve got the busyness of life to consider, it can be very hard to find the time for this sort of work. When cars start to build up dust on the inside and dirt on the outside, though, they look far from new. To make this easier for you, you could look for a local car cleaning service. Over the last few years, this type of business has become very popular, as it’s much faster than doing the work yourself.

Next, it’s time to think about the more technical side of your car. The new Mazda RX9, for example, uses a rotary engine. This sort of method is great for producing a good amount of power with minimal impact on space. But, they love to drink up all of the oil you give them. Regular maintenance like fluid checks, brake and light testing, and services are all very important to your car. Without this sort of effort, it will start to feel sluggish and a lot less fresh as time goes on.

Of course, though, the inside of the car isn’t the area that most people will see, and it’s likely that you’ve chosen your car based on the way that it looks. It can be painful to have your car filled with dents and scratches. But, you never have to live with this for long. Auto body shop services can be found in most cities and towns, promising to repair the imperfections on your car. Getting rid of dents and scratches will be hard from home, even using special tools you find online, so it’s best to have a professional to do it for you.

Most car manufacturers want their cars to last as long as possible on the road. Of course, this may seem counter-productive, as they will sell less. It guarantees repeat customers, though. For this reason, it’s always wise to follow the advice your manufacturer gives for you cars. Companies like Mercedes, BMW, and Honda all take their maintenance very serious, with most brands following the same trend. Most dealerships have their own mechanics who will be happy to give you some advice when you buy the car.

Hopefully, this post will help you to start keeping your new car’s factory fresh for as long as possible. Working on your car like this will not only make it look better and last longer, but it could also save you a huge amount of money on repairs. Along with this, it will also lessen the environmental impact of your driving, because the cars you drive last a lot longer.

Emily Muelford
Emily is a British writer whose love of car culture is augmented by a fascination with both the European and American automotive markets. Her perspective is uniquely fish and chips.