2021 F-TYPE Maintenance Schedule


The Jaguar F-TYPE is a high-performance model that delivers endless joy when you push it around a winding road. To ensure this joy lasts as long as possible, you’ll need to properly care for your sports car over time. What’s the best way to do this? Our 2021 Jaguar F-TYPE maintenance schedule has you covered. The following overview breaks down the exact services your model will require at different mileage intervals.

And when one of these services is due for your F-TYPE, you can book a visit online at our Jaguar Baton Rouge Service Center near Prairieville and Baton Rouge, Louisiana!

Within the First 12 Months

Over the course of the first year, your Jaguar F-TYPE should stop by the shop for routine care. Procedures such as replacing the motor oil and the oil filter are common at this time. It’s also likely you’ll have your vehicle’s tires rotated. The tire rotation process is important, ensuring your vehicle’s tires all wear at a similar rate.

Otherwise, a few inspections will be performed to ensure performance and reliability continue as they should. These inspections include a closer look at the following parts:

  • Brake fluid levels
  • Coolant levels
  • Windscreen washer reservoir
  • Power steering fluid level

Within the First 24 Months

The number of miles you’ve driven your Jaguar F-TYPE will play a role in the type of services it requires after 24 months. When you begin to cross 30,000 or 40,000 miles, the brake pads and rotors will be inspected. It’s possible these rotors or pads will need to be replaced. Depending on the type of tires outfitted to your Jaguar F-TYPE, you may want to replace these as well.

For certain versions of the Jaguar F-TYPE, particularly those with the V6 engine, a replacement of the spark plugs is possible around this same time. Additionally, the pollen filter will be replaced.

Within the First 48 Months


Bringing your Jaguar F-TYPE to the shop annually or semi-annually is a smart way to stay on top of its needed services. Procedures such as changing the oil and rotating the tires will be recurring needs throughout the life of the model. When you get to 48 months or begin to approach high-mileage markers, such as 75,000 or 100,000 miles, a new range of part replacements and inspections will be needed.

Looking at the drive belt, considering the steering linkage, and popping up the hood to further inspect the engine will all be part of the service process. Which parts may require replacement depends on various factors that are specific to your model.

Rely on Our 2021 Jaguar F-TYPE Maintenance Schedule

While all Jaguar F-TYPE models have similarities, the type of driving you do with yours makes it unique. The best way for our certified technicians to care for your specific sports car is to get to know it well. So, be sure to stop by our Jaguar Baton Rouge Service Center a couple times a year or every 5,000 to 10,000 miles.

We’re always happy to care for models and their drivers around Prairieville and Baton Rouge, LA!