|By PR Newswire||
|March 28, 2014 01:10 PM EDT||
COUNTRYSIDE, Ill., March 28, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- April is National Car Care Month, and Chicago-area Nissan drivers can jump start their efforts by scheduling an appointment for Continental Nissan's Complimentary Service Clinic. Offered free-of-charge throughout the entire month of April, the Complimentary Service Clinic provides drivers with an expert evaluation and thorough report that gives an accurate picture as to the overall health of their vehicle.
Due to the comprehensive work that the service department at Continental Nissan is known for, available Service Clinic appointments are expected to be filled quickly. Each inspection takes approximately 45 minutes, so drivers looking to begin the spring season with a complimentary auto evaluation are encouraged to schedule time with the Continental Nissan Complimentary Service Clinic as soon as possible.
Harsh cold, salt and potholes are all detrimental to Nissan performance. This is why a safety inspection from Continental Nissan is one of the best uses of time this spring. The factory-trained technicians at Continental Nissan are prepared to comprehensively evaluate local vehicles, inspecting the engine, brakes, steering, suspension and drivetrain for safety and stability. Drivers also receive a battery test, tire check, fluid top-off and car wash—all courtesy of the Continental Nissan Complimentary Service Clinic package.
Chicago-area drivers can schedule an appointment with the Continental Nissan Complimentary Service Clinic by contacting the dealership today. Continental Nissan is a certified sales and service dealership located in Countryside, Ill. To schedule a service appointment, or simply for more information on the Continental Nissan dealership, contact 888-597-9598 or visit www.continentalnissan.com.
Media Contact: Joe Veverka, Continental Nissan, (888) 597-9598, [email protected]
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