At one leasing firm, Fiat is a type of car that is extremely popular but if it is new then it will need regular and maintenance to ensure that it stays at its peak. So how should drivers prevent this?
The answer is quite simple. The new Fiat lease could be able to go for longer between MOTs but they can still suffer if maintenance is not carried out on a regular basis. This article will tell you everything you need to know to keep your Fiat like new!
1) If you encounter any problems, consult your dealer. For most car leasers, it is not a good idea to try and fix any engine problems yourself, in actual fact, it could create issues in your leasing agreement - contact the company immediately; otherwise you could forfeit your deposit. If you run into difficulties with your car give them a ring.
2) For smaller routine procedures use your common sense. Certain fluids and filters still need to be topped up from time to time as they can run low or potentially cause problems to the inner engine workings. Check regularly to see which fluids need adding to. To gauge what is best here, check into the manufacturer's recommendation and also pay attention to your particular driving habits. When driving takes place within the city, with a lot of stop and start traffic, changes will be necessary more often.
3) Note your tyre pressure. The agent in charge of your car leasing can tell you how many bars your tyres should be inflated to. Take a look at the tyre wall for the accurate levels of tyre pressure needed. Inability to correctly perform checks on your tyre pressures can have a detrimental impact on breaking distance, grip on the road and handling.