BMW 735i Maintenance Keeps Optimal Performance
A luxury car cannot be as luxurious as it once was if it doesn't exude great comfort and ease in driving. The BMW 735i shows both and offers more. You ask for speed, it gives you swiftness, hitting 60 in under 6.7 seconds. That's not even a full-size luxury sedan, that's the real sports car spirit. Whether you have one with rear wheel or 4-wheel drive, speed is never compromised. And as promised, ease in driving is made excellent with some of the additional hi-tech features, such as the Driving Traction Control. If you're into race tracks, you may no longer actually need the DTC to get in the way of your gears and steers. Time and again, your BMW 735i will need the best care in order for it to continue giving you the best ride. Here are some ways to maintain the performance of your BMW at best:
- Take care of the engine by changing oil and oil filter regularly.
Car lovers see to it that the engine lives on with the performance kept on top. They never depend on the appearance of foul smell and nasty sounds to notice trouble. Besides, the engine your car houses is the kind you can't afford to go frail, so give it extra check-up time. Change the oil according to the manufacturer's suggestion, but you may need to do it earlier when you drive your BMW like a race car. See to it that the oil filter is also up for the task of ensuring clean oil so as to fully benefit from your effort of regularly changing the oil. Engine oil that's free of dirt and debris will keep the internal parts of the engine cool and well-lubricated, giving you a smoother and more comfortable ride.
- Keep a cool engine with well-cared cooling system.
The engine oil sure aids in cooling the engine, but nothing beats the capability of the cooling system in effectively accomplishing that task. The combined efficiency of the radiator, thermostat, water pump and coolant prevents the engine from suffering the ill-effects of over-heating. The liquid coolant basically runs through the engine block to take away heat that resulted from the burning of gas inside the engine, hence the need to ensure enough amounts in the system. Coolant is pumped into the engine when the thermostat detects the necessity to do so, while it is the water pump that pushes it inside. Having said so, make sure to check these two together with the radiator whenever you pop the hood. The radiator, for one, needs a good flushing every now and then to help extend the useful life of your vehicle.
- Ensure your engine breaths clean air.
Just like humans, your engine also needs the right kind of air—clean air, that is. Such depends on the road conditions the car usually takes. But that should not be a problem when your engine works with clean air filter, always. So watch out for clogged air filter, and have it readily replaced as necessary.