CMH Nissan Sandton understand how fuel increases can put our customers under financial pressure under this tough economic climate. Some suggested fuel saving tips
- Check your tyre pressure every two weeks
- Don’t let your car idle for more than one minute
- Use cruise control if you have one.
- Join a lift club to travel to work
- Have your car serviced regularly to ensure it’s in good working condition
Not only does servicing your car save you money, but new oil and filters will make your engine run smoothly and fuel efficient. If you decide to sell your car one day, it has the potential to attract more buyers because of the service history.
Checking your tyre pressure regularly will reduce rolling resistance and improve your car’s fuel consumption.
Many of us were taught to let a car idle for a few minutes before driving it. Letting your car idle wastes fuel and causes other types of pollution, it’s better to turn your engine off and start it again than to leave it idling.
Each time you step on the accelerator it consumes more fuel, while using cruise control will keep the vehicle moving at a set speed.
Everyone who commutes daily to work feels the pinch whenever there’s a fuel price increase. The more people you have in your car the less you pay for fuel, why not split the bill.
Why service with us?
We offer Nissan quality genuine parts.
All our technicians are highly qualified and use the latest electronic diagnostic equipment.
Not booking required.
Preferential labour rates.
Quick turnaround time.
Our Fuel saving tips will come in hand with this skyrocketing fuel price increase.
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