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Porsche Service Department in Peoria, IL

Porsche drivers never settle for anything less than the best, that’s why you should trust the certified Porsche service technicians at Porsche Peoria for all your maintenance and repairs. Our expert technicians are Porsche enthusiasts just like you and know each and every Porsche model inside and out. From timeless classic models to cutting-edge new models, we have the tools, facility, and knowledge needed to maintain your Porsche. So what are you waiting for? Schedule your next service online today, we offer everything from tire changes and rotations to brake maintenance and more!

Why Service at Porsche Peoria?

When it comes to Porsche maintenance and repairs, our team of highly qualified technicians are ready to provide exceptional service in a timely manner. Whatever the job, you can expect transparent and competitive pricing on all your service needs. As a Porsche owner, we know that you have high expectations and enjoy the challenge of meeting and exceeding those standards each and every time. Allow us to demonstrate our commitment to excellence! Additional benefits of servicing with us include:


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Oil & Filter Changes

Help keep your Porsche the finely tuned machine it is by regularly checking and changing your oil and filters. Checking your engine’s oil at least once a month from your home or any flat surface is a great way to ensure your engine is cooling properly. As for oil and filter changes, bring your Porsche to our Service Department at least once a year or sooner depending on your driving habit to get it professionally changed.

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Brake Inspections & Repairs

Get your Porsche’s brakes inspections regularly from the experts who know best at Porsche Peoria’s Service Department. Whatever maintenance or repair you’re bringing your Porsche in for, our team of certified technicians will conduct a thorough brake inspection to ensure you have the reliable stopping power you need. We’ll review everything from your brake pads and calipers to rotors, and shoes.

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Battery Service & Replacements

Porsche’s are highly advanced and intelligent vehicles loaded with technology that requires reliable battery power, that’s why it’s important to get your battery tested and inspected regularly. During an inspection, we’ll inspect your battery for corrosion, look for damage, and test its charge. And for Peoria, IL customers, it’s recommended to bring in your Porsche during the winter to ensure it’s ready to take on the colder climate.

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Tire Rotations & Changes

Built to perform, Porsche models are engineered to take on a wide range of climates, terrain, and situations with help from the right tires. Depending on how and where you plan to drive your Porsche, tires come in a variety of treads and thicknesses that empower them to take on whatever life throws your way. From track tires and all-season tires to off-road tires and winter tires, we have the right tires for any situation. Whatever you’re using your tires for, it’s essential to regularly rotate them to allow the tread to wear evenly so they last longer and stay efficient.


Service FAQs

Regular oil changes are vital to ensure your Porsche’s engine is properly lubricated.

Porsche OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) parts are designed for your Porsche by the manufacturer and come backed by a warranty.

You should change your Porsche’s oil and filter at least every 10,000 miles.

You should get your Porsche inspected and its oil changed every 10,000 miles.

Depending on your driving habits, brake pads usually last 50,000 miles.

  • Grinding or squealing noises
  • Vibrations or pulsations when braking
  • Spongy or soft brake pedal
  • Alignment is off
  • Slow brake pedal response

You should get your tires rotated once a year to ensure smooth performance and maintain their lifespan.

Depending on tire types, driving habits, and lifestyle demand, you should replace your tires every three to five years to ensure efficiency, safety, and performance.

  • Worn out treads
  • Bulging tires
  • Cracks or blistering in the tire walls
  • Vibration and/or shaking when braking

A car battery should last from 3 to 6 years, driving habits and climate can reduce their lifespan however.

 
Porsche Peoria is located at: 2322 W Van Winkle Way • Peoria, IL 61615
Porsche Peoria 40.802768, -89.629843.