Chevrolet Traverse Exterior

* Listed service intervals serve as a general guide and are not associated with the OEM. Please refer to your vehicle's owners manual for optimal recommendations for your specific model.

Chevrolet Traverse service intervals are easy to take care of because you're not the one who needs to take care of them. Our team of certified auto mechanics are happy to carry out your Chevrolet Traverse maintenance schedule with the utmost professionalism and steadfast dedication. To keep your model running smoothly and at its top performance, just stop by and see us at these mileages.

15,000-Mile Service

Early maintenance is indispensable. Those first few oil changes and oil filter replacements keep your Traverse's engine singing like a bird and happy to do so. You'll get much better performance out of your SUV when you get your 15,000-mile oil change.

30,000-Mile Service

The Traverse's performance will always please you more when you get your 30,000-mile maintenance. It's during this time that our professionals will install a new fuel filter, brake fluid, and perhaps even transmission fluid if it's really necessary. Visual inspections allow us to catch anything else your model might need at this stage, such as a new battery or steering fluid.

60,000-Mile Service

The Traverse holds up very well at higher mileages, but that doesn't mean you should ignore its service. At 60,000 miles, visit us for a new set of spark plugs, transmission filter, or maybe even new tires. Your tires will wear out differently depending on where you live. If you're in a city with a lot of stop-and-go driving or potholes, chances are you'll need tires by the time your Traverse crosses the 60,000-mile crossroad.

90,000 Mile Service

The Traverse isn't an old-timer at 90,000 miles, but it has matured a lot over the years and might need some special care from our auto team. The goal at this stage is to make sure your model is still running smoothly and handling the roads well. Shocks and struts are a common replacement at 90,000 miles, although many Traverse models will never even need new shocks or struts. Customers can ask us for an inspection if they'd like to see the health of their model at this stage. Other possible maintenance at 90,000 miles includes timing belt replacements and new drive belts.

Your Traverse is meant to go far longer than 90,000 miles, but sometimes that first 90,000 miles is important in determining if this is going to happen. Don't ever neglect your maintenance schedules. Contact our team to keep your Traverse healthy.


Miles Chevrolet

150 W Pershing Road
Directions Decatur, IL 62526

  • Contact: (217) 615-1612


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  • Friday 7:30 am - 5:00 pm
  • Saturday 7:30 am - 12:00 pm
  • Sunday Closed