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Our commitment to our customers continues well after your drive your new Kia off the lot. We have skilled and qualified service technicians and the equipment needed to handle all of your questions and concerns when it comes to maintaining your vehicle. From oil changes and tire rotations to transmission repairs, our trained technicians are here to help.
Looking for authentic Kia parts? Whether you’re considering servicing or repairing your vehicle yourself, or are looking for accessories, we have a full stock of Genuine OEM Parts ready to go! Schedule your next service online today or make your way to Kia of Lincolnwood in Lincolnwood, IL for quality auto repair and service. If you have any questions for us, you can always get in touch at 847-929-9945
Here at Kia of Lincolnwood, we keep a large inventory of genuine OEM parts in stock at all times because we know how important it is to fit the vehicles we’re servicing with genuine manufacturer parts. In fact, using factory parts over aftermarket parts can be the difference between having a car that lasts for ten years or more and a car that dies out prematurely.
At Kia of Lincolnwood, we are ready and equipped to handle all your automotive needs in a safe and timely manner. When you choose to service with us, you’re guaranteed competitive, up-front pricing, quality service and repairs, convenient service appointments, and service specials as well. Additional reasons to choose Kia of Lincolnwood for your next service or repair includes:
At Kia of Lincolnwood, we know exactly the right tires for your make, model, and driving habits. Whether you’re looking for new seasonal tires or track-ready performance tires, our qualified service technicians are here to help. Enjoy competitive pricing on all tire purchases and installations today!
When your check engine light comes on, don’t fret! Bring you Kia to our service center to make sure our trained technicians can take a look a properly diagnose the reason for the light! Check engine lights come on for many different reasons, so there’s no need to panic, but make sure you bring it in soon!
Keep your Kia running at its best with routine oil changes at Kia of Lincolnwood. Help keep your Kia’s value and performance by ensuring its recommended lubrication levels are kept up with. Take a look at your Kia’s manual or onboard digital display for guidance on when to get your next oil change. For further help, contact us or drop by at least once a year for a quick and easy routine oil change in a timely manner.
While you might forget about it, it’s important to get your transmission fluids changed every 60,000 miles. Don’t let this lapse too long and come into Kia of Lincolnwood today or give us a call to schedule an appointment.
Stay safe with routine brake inspections and maintenance. If you notice any squeaking noises or that your steering wheel is shaking, either safely bring your car in or contact us for help transporting your car safely to us. It’s important to make sure you don’t wait till the problem gets out of hand or an accident occurs. Our service center will perform a free multi-point inspection to determine the health and safety of your car.
Our certified service experts have the necessary training, knowledge, and tools needed to perform all your Kia maintenance and repair needs in a timely manner.
Yes, you can order parts online at Kia of Lincolnwood.
Tires need to be rotated in order to wear them more evenly, enabling them to last as long as possible.
Tires should be rotated at least every 5,000 to 8,000 miles to ensure even wear.
Routine maintenance includes oil and filter changes, tire inspections and rotations, tire inflation, brake inspections, and more.
It’s recommended to check your oil levels once a month and have it changed at least every 7,500 miles.
Keep your Kia operating in peak condition with oil, radiator, transmission, power steering, windshield washer, and brake fluid changes.
Spark plugs should be replaced every 100,000 miles.
Brake pads are equipped with wear indicators that produce a squeaking noise when the brakes are almost worn, a shaky steering wheel while stopping or a poor braking response are other warning signs.