Keep Your New Ride in Great Shape with a GM Maintenance Plan
Whether it’s going to the gym, staying in touch with friends, or caring for your car or truck, it is all too easy to fall behind. What we all need to stay disciplined is a good routine.
At Jenner Chevrolet Buick GMC, we offer two terrific programs to help you to stay true to your best intentions. From our Essential Care plan—including everything you need to maintain a clean bill of health for your car over the long haul—to the Enhanced Care plan—for those automotive obsessives who want the complete pampering experience for their car—we have an option for every driver.
And the best part? By including these costs into your initial leasing or financing contract, you are able to budget for your car maintenance responsibly, saving you from unexpected repair bills down the road and ensuring you a worry-free ownership experience for the next six years.
Compare the two GM Maintenance Plans at a glance.
Maintenance Plan Comparison Chart
|Essential Care||Enhanced Care|
|Oil Changes, filter and chassis lubrication; according to the oil life monitor system1|
|Tire Rotation and multi-point vehicle inspection 2|
|Cabin Air Filter (if applicable)2|
|Engine Air Filter 2|
|Seat Filter (if applicable)2|
|Change Brake/Clutch Hydraulic fluid (if applicable)2|
|Change transmission fluid and transmission filter (if applicable)2|
|Spark plugs (if applicable)|
|Change transfer case fluid (if applicable)2|
|Drain, flush and fill engine cooling system 2|
|Front/rear brake pads/linings and rotor/drums 3
|Front/rear brake rotor/drum resurfacing 3|
|Shock absorbers (excludes struts and/or cartridges) 3|
|Engine hoses and clamps 3|
|Engine belts 3|
|Light bulbs (excludes LED lights and lamp assemblies) 3|
|Wiper blades 3|
1 Subject to a maximum number of services depending on the vehicle model, model year, and plan term and kilometres selected, see your Chevrolet, Buick, GMC or Cadillac dealer for more details.
2 Number of covered services is based on vehicle usage (normal or severe) and the time/kilometre intervals outlined in the Maintenance Schedule in your vehicle’s Owner Manual.
3 Part(s) serviced or replaced when they do not function in normal service due to wear beyond GM tolerances and specifications.