The Motor Manufacturers recommend regular servicing for your vehicle throughout its life. Recommended service intervals are shown in your Owner’s Handbook.
Our Members follow the Manufacturers’ guidelines to servicing, but will undertake additional work where their experience shows this to be sensible.
Your Benefits Are:
- A good service record helps maintain the value of your Land Rover and other 4x4s
- Significant cost savings compared with the franchised Dealer
- Preventative maintenance reduces running costs over the life of the vehicle
- Minimise the risk of a breakdown and accidents
- Helps to keep you safe and legal as regards tyres, brakes, MOT’s and so on.
OUR MEMBERS OPERATE A SERVICE AND MOT REMINDER SCHEME FOR THEIR CUSTOMERS IF REQUESTED TO DO SO.
A big part of a service is the inspection of various components. Details of parts that need to be replaced urgently (if any) will be advised to customers for their agreement to proceed, before the work is done. However, there may be components that are part-worn, but still usable, which will need to be checked before the next service. These will be itemised on a vehicle report.
What happens in a Service?
There are typically three types of service:
For older vehicles, an intermediate service at 6000 miles, which is a general check and oil change.
An annual service at 12000 miles intervals, which is a comprehensive check, an oil change, and can include the replacement of certain wearing items.
A major service, at various intervals, which is an annual service with additional checks and possible component replacement.
If you are interested in looking at service schedules please either contact your Network member for advice, or click here to view some from Land Rover.