Toyota Camry Maintenance Schedule
The 2018 Toyota Camry is a stylish and peppy midsize car that helps you make the most out of your drives around Lowell, Dracut, and Tewksbury. Standard features galore and a responsive drive make this car a treat to own and an investment you’ll want to keep running like new for many years to come.
To keep your 2018 Toyota Camry in tip-top shape, following its manufacturer-recommended Camry maintenance schedule is a must. To make sure you know what services you need to have performed when, Ira Toyota of Tewksbury put together this handy maintenance guide for local Camry owners.
Every 6 Months or 5,000 Miles
Your most frequent and fundamental maintenance set is the services your Camry will need every six months of ownership or 5,000 miles driven, whichever comes first.
This service list includes:
- Rotate the tires.
- Check all fluids and top off as needed.
- Conduct a full visual brake inspection.
- Check the wiper blades.
Every Year or 10,000 Miles
Once a year or every 10,000 miles is another key service visit. During this interval, you’ll be due for your second tire rotation and multi-point inspection as well as the following:
- Replace the engine oil and filter.
- Replace the cabin air filter.
As these services repeat, you’ll need to make sure they’re completed at these milestones, too:
- 18 Months or 15,000 Miles
- 2 Years or 20,000 Miles
- 30 Months or 25,000 Miles
Every 3 Years or 30,000 Miles
When your Toyota Camry’s odometer is nearing 30,000 miles, or you’re celebrating three years since your purchase, in addition to routine items like changing the oil and rotating the tires, it’s time for some less routine items to be checked.
- Transmission, including fluid cooler hoses & connections
- Full braking system, including brake lines
- Full fuel tank system, including lines, connections, and hoses
- Radiator and condenser
- Exhaust system
- Engine coolant
- Steering linkage and boots
- Ball joints, dust covers, and drive shaft boots
2018 Toyota Camry: Key Future Maintenance Intervals
For the most part, these are the items that you’ll need to have performed on your Camry in its first 5 years (at the repeating intervals specified). What maintenance might be required later on down the road?
Depending on the engine in your Camry, the spark plugs, for example, will need to be replaced every 6 Years/60,000 Miles or every 12 Years/120,000 Miles. The good news is, if you’re already bringing your Camry in for service every six months or 5,000 miles, your Toyota-trained technician will know exactly what service your Camry needs when the time comes.
Schedule Maintenance for Your Camry Today
Following a Camry maintenance schedule helps you rest easy knowing that you’re getting the very best performance and safety out of your car. If your Camry is due for service, schedule an appointment online with the certified technicians at Ira Toyota of Tewksbury!
Our Toyota experts will get you in, out, and on your way, so you can get back to enjoying Lowell, Dracut, and Tewksbury behind the wheel of your Camry.