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Nissan service cost

edited 30 November -1 at 12:00AM in Motoring
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ATC111ATC111 Forumite
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edited 30 November -1 at 12:00AM in Motoring
My local Nissan dealer is quoting £259 for a major service (35000 miles).
It's for an NV200 van which has a 5 year warranty and there is some warranty work needed too so it's convenient to have it done at the same time.

It's a long time since using a main dealer for a service - is that price realistic?

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  • Shaun_of_the_DeadShaun_of_the_Dead Forumite
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    For a service no more than £150.
  • loskieloskie Forumite
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    yes it is realistic but remember to add 20% Vat or check if included.

    Remember you can haggle on price.
    Despite what anyone tells you if it still has a warranty use the main dealer.
  • J_BJ_B Forumite
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    ATC111 wrote: »
    My local Nissan dealer is quoting £259 for a major service (35000 miles).


    From my Nissan Garage when I bought my 2½yr old Qashqai in June

    4th year service £330 5th year service £230



  • MercdriverMercdriver Forumite
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    J_B wrote: »
    From my Nissan Garage when I bought my 2½yr old Qashqai in June

    4th year service £330 5th year service £230




    Mileage is often what counts, not just time.
  • AdrianCAdrianC Forumite
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    ATC111 wrote: »
    My local Nissan dealer is quoting £259 for a major service (35000 miles).
    It's for an NV200 van which has a 5 year warranty and there is some warranty work needed too so it's convenient to have it done at the same time.

    It's a long time since using a main dealer for a service - is that price realistic?
    What's included in that "major" service?
    How much is parts, how much is labour, what's the hourly labour cost?
  • GoudyGoudy Forumite
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    The word "Service" can mean anything and I never just book a car in for one without knowing fully what is required (by age and mileage) and what they will actually do for the price.

    Some services are just checks, others require oil, filters and plugs, others require new brake fluid, aux and/or cam belt change, valve clearance checks and so on along with the aforementioned checks.

    With the owners hand book you should be able to work out what sort of service your vehicle actually needs, then phone the dealers and ask for a price based on that.
  • bertiewhitebertiewhite Forumite
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    I don't know if this is comparable but my MX5 with 47K on the clock cost me £240 for a service at a main dealer.
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