Porsche Panamera Service Intervals

2018 Porsche Panamera

Engine Oil Every 10,000 miles or 1 year
Spark Plugs (Turbo Models) Every 30,000 miles or 3 years
Spark Plugs (V-6 / V-8 / GTS Models) Every 40,000 miles or 4 years
Pollen Filter and Air Filter Every 40,000 miles or 4 years
Coolant Every 40,000 miles or 4 years
Brake Fluid Every 20,000 miles or 2 years


Keeping up with routine maintenance is a major part of vehicle ownership. Routine maintenance and up-keep helps preserve the integrity of your vehicle and keep it running as well as the day you drove it off the lot. At Porsche Riverside, our Los Angeles Porsche dealer, we’ve made all of this a little bit easier by providing service intervals for your specific Porsche model.

Porsche Panamera owners are encouraged to get their vehicle’s oil and oil filter changed every 10,000 miles or every year. The oil in your Porsche’s engine helps to keep it lubricated and draw out harmful heat. Routine oil changes help to keep the Panamera’s engine in proper working order to deliver that jaw-dropping Porsche performance you’ve come to expect.

It goes without saying that the braking system is an imperative part of your vehicle. The condition of your car’s brakes can be the difference between life or death behind the wheel; that’s why Rancho Cucamonga Porsche Panamera owners cannot overlook the importance of regular brake fluid maintenance. Brake fluid helps to transfer the force created when you press on the brake pedal directly to the wheel hub. The heat that’s generated during that action can affect the brake fluid, which is why it’s important to perform regular maintenance; failing to do so could result in brake failure! Porsche Panamera drivers are encouraged to change their vehicle’s brake fluid every two years.

Keep Your Panamera Running As Well As the Day You Brought It Home

Just like brake fluid, the spark plugs in your vehicle play major roles. They’re responsible for the spark that’s emitted to create the ignition for the combustion that starts the engine. At Porsche Riverside, we suggest replacing the spark plugs every 40,000 miles or four years.

At Porsche Riverside, we proudly offer one of the leading destinations for Porsche service in Los Angeles. To schedule your vehicle’s next service appointment, please give us a call.