Purchasing Acura Care Maintenance™ means you'll never have to pay more if labor and parts costs go up, because covered services are prepaid. It also helps to keep your Acura in top condition, maintaining performance and value. If you choose to sell your car, Acura Care is transferable to the new owner.
Simply bring in your vehicle when the Maintenance Minder™ indicator lights up, and the required services listed in the owner's manual will be covered1. Click one of the topics below to learn more or visit your local Acura dealer.
Learn more about Acura Care
See What's Covered
Acura Care Maintenance includes the following services:
Oil and filter2
Air intake filter
Cabin air filter
Automatic transmission fluid
Rear differential fluid
Transfer case fluid
- Multi-point inspection:
Front and rear brakes
Parking brake adjustment
Tie rod ends
Steering gear box and boots
Drive shaft boots
Brake hoses and lines (including ABS/VS)
All fluid levels and condition of fluids
Fuel lines and connections
Payment Plan Options
Do you know that you can purchase Acura Care Maintenance with an interest-free payment plan? Ask your Acura dealer for details3.
Combine Service Contracts
Along with Acura Care Maintenance, you can also purchase other Acura Care® Vehicle Service Contracts. When you combine the two, you can rest assured, knowing you have both routine maintenance and extensive component coverage.
More Reasons to Prepay
Your vehicle will be serviced by factory-trained Acura technicians
Protects you from inflation should labor and parts costs rise
Helps keep your Acura in top condition, maintaining performance and value
Allows you to transfer coverage should you sell your vehicle
 Only offered at participating dealerships. Additional services may be recommended by your dealer; these services may not be covered.  Excludes replacement of spark plugs, timing belt and engine coolant, and water pump inspection.  Interest-free payment plans provided by Service Payment Plan, Inc.
Coverage for a Maintenance plan begins on the purchase date and at the mileage on the odometer on that date. The coverage term is calculated from the in-service date and at zero (0) miles, and expires when the terms of your contract are reached.
This document is intended to provide an overview of coverages and benefits. Actual coverages, limitations and exclusions may vary. See your Maintenance Contract for complete details.
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