As a Nissan authorized dealership in Kendall, FL, we would like to invite you and your Nissan to visit us when an alignment service is due. For Nissans with rapid and uneven wear across the front and rear tires, you will likely need a four-wheel alignment service to fix the problem. We offer the best four-wheel alignment service around for your Nissan as we provide certified Nissan services by a certified technician that knows your vehicle inside and out. For your next four-wheel alignment, we invite you to check on our current specials for extra savings and value when you need a four-wheel alignment service. When your Nissan needs a four-wheel alignment, we invite you to HGreg Nissan Kendall near Homestead, FL to get the best.
There are three pivot points where the wheels meet the steering components called the camber, caster, and toe. Four-wheel alignment service measures these angles and allows a certified technician to adjust the angles as needed to ensure each wheel points in the right direction, tread meets the road flatly, and the front wheels rotate parallel.
When the wheels do not grip the road properly, tire trouble is right around the corner with an unpleasant driving experience. If left unattended for too long, the tires will wear to the point of being a safety risk. Here are the warning signs of needing an alignment service:
Of course, there are benefits of keeping your Nissan’s wheels in precise alignment because this will ensure that the wheels meet the road perfectly. Four-wheel alignment creates a smoother ride, extends tire life, improves steering and handling in adverse weather, and mitigates the risks associated with a poor wheel alignment.
Wheel alignment services feature a certified technician and computerized alignment equipment. Your Nissan will be mounted to the alignment equipment where the wheel angles are evaluated and adjusted as needed to restore specifications. We will inspect the tires, measure tread depth, and adjust inflation. The front and rear suspension components will be checked during the four-wheel service. After adjusting the camber, caster, and toe, we will complete a driving test to verify the result.