What is the Volkswagen Jetta Maintenance Schedule?

A 2019 VW Jetta driving down a city street

Volkswagen vehicles are known for their reliability, and the latest Jetta is no exception. However, even the most dependable vehicles are in need of routine maintenance. Services like a Volkswagen Jetta oil change, brake inspection, and a tire pressure check are required if you want your vehicle to operate at peak performance for years down the road. You should not skip essential Jetta service tasks. Learn more about the new Volkswagen Jetta maintenance schedule, so your Jetta is always ready to hit the streets of Long Island.

Jetta Service at 10,000 Miles

A few simple maintenance tasks and inspections are needed at the 10,000-mile mark. To keep your Jetta running smoothly, be sure to stop by for the following services as part of the Volkswagen Jetta maintenance schedule:

Volkswagen Jetta Maintenance at 20,000 Miles

At this mile mark, there’s more than just keeping up with the VW Jetta oil change schedule. When you reach this service interval, it is a good idea to perform the same tasks that were required at 10,000 miles in addition to the following:

  • Fluid level adjustments (brake fluid and coolant)
  • Tire pressure and TPMS inspection
  • Engine compartment and transmission inspection
  • Battery inspection
  • Tire tread depth inspection
  • Tire repair kit inspection
  • Horn test
  • Road test
  • Exterior lighting systems inspection
  • Windshield wiper and washer system inspection

Services at 40,000 Miles

When your car gets to the 40,000-mile mark, your VW Jetta should undergo the 10,000-mile and 20,000-mile services plus everything listed below as part of the Volkswagen Jetta maintenance schedule:


  • Dust and pollen filter
  • Spark plugs


  • Brake system
  • Underbody
  • Suspension components
  • Corrosion inside and out
  • Windshield
  • Exhaust system
  • Interior lighting
  • Sunroof
  • Ribbed V-belt

Recommended Services at 80,000 to 150,000 Miles

As long as you keep up with routine maintenance and the necessary Jetta service tasks, services at 80,000 to 150,000 miles are generally simple. Although your Volkswagen warranty coverage has ended by this point, Volkswagen Jetta maintenance is still just as important. You may also consider looking into an extended warranty as protection against unexpected expenses.

Schedule a Volkswagen Oil Change & More at Platinum Volkswagen

Do you have questions about the 2019 VW Jetta maintenance schedule or the 2020 VW Jetta maintenance schedule? Have you hit one of the service intervals above? If so, it is time to set up an appointment at Platinum Volkswagen. We want to make sure your vehicle lasts as long as possible, and routine maintenance is the best way to do so. Contact us with any questions, learn how to check your transmission fluid, VW roadside assistance, or learn more about the Jetta trim levels or its warning lights.

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