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#1 mpb

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Posted 02 January 2014 - 03:37 PM

Hi All,

 

I got talked into a 4 year service plan with ford when I had my car serviced as they offered me a discount on my current service but i'm now wondering if i did the right thing.

 

My S max has done 29k and the plan covers the next 4 services which should last about 4 years. ( 2 minor and 2 major ) and they quoted me 195 for minor service and 270 for major. 

The plan is £20 a month and also includes AA and 10% ford parts.

 

But i'm not wondering how much services will cost if i dont go to ford, as im not convinced i need to stick with ford as it has previously been services elsewhere. Does anyhow have an idea what it might cost at a standard garage for minor or major services on the s max?

 

 

Thanks.



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#2 jeebowhite

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Posted 02 January 2014 - 04:38 PM

Its a good thing if you go to the dealer. I have the same plan for my CMAX, its about £17 a month, and all is included when they do the service (unless they need to replace parts). But to be honest, the 10% discount off parts and labour is a big factor, if you get it repaired at a dealership, then you save more money still.

 

Normally services are around the £300 mark with some dealers for the SMAX, but to be honest, it helps you budget and save digging a hole in your wallet once a year. Plus you get the Free MOT's when you get to them!




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