I have a 2015 Ford Edge AWD that I've had since new. I've had it for 12 months now, and I've done a measly 2,800 miles in it.
One thing I have not done with it is have it serviced. Normally when I've bought cars in the past, they come with a specific book that tells you exactly when to get the car serviced (miles/months). This car does not have that, but what it does have is incomplete information in the user manual:
When the oil change message appears in the information display, it is time for an oil change.
This is what I've been waiting for - that little wrench to appear on the dashboard. But it's never arrived. It also says to do some basic owners checks every 6 months, but that's stuff like refilling the washer fluid and making sure the parking brake works.
It then says that it will tell you when you've driven enough miles to warrant a service. Obviously I haven't driven anywhere near that amount of miles:
Intelligent Oil-Life Monitor®
This means you do not have to remember to change the oil on a mileage-based schedule.
I cannot find any reference to a time-based schedule for regular mechanical servicing. 12 months seems like a long time and I'm concerned I've missed the traditional "first" service of a new car.
When should I be getting this car serviced?