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If your car is over 3 years old;

Ford Dealer Servicing for £99 + £20 Free Sainsburys Vouchers

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Ford Servicing + MOT for £129 + £20 Free Sainsburys Vouchers

Taking into Sainsbury's vouchers and MOT cost (max. £50.35), servicing is only £58.65.

Typical price for a service is £200 in London and the South East if you wish to retain your Ford service history.

My 4 year old Mondeo estate will be taking advantage of this, thereby cheaply maintaining the full Ford service history which is essential for the 6 year corrosion guarantee.

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#1
so is it cheaper for cars under 3 years old?
#2
No - they've got you over a barrel here as most people use Ford anyway to maintain the waranty.

After 3 years, your mechanical warranty expires - hence the deal.

But maintaining your Ford service history will likely help resale value, and is also need for perforation warranty
#3
had ford focus serviced last week on this deal. Local dealership had no idea about this offer but as long as i printed off the offer from the ford website they would honour it. They said my Sainsburys voucher would be posted to me but as yet nothing. Anyone know how to claim these?


No worries, i should have read the small print

"11. Ford Motor Company Ltd will send Sainsbury's gift voucher direct to the customer within 21working days of the service date."
#4
This is nothing new!

Most run of the mill car Dealers will do £99 servicing for cars over 3 years old.

My local Audi, Citroen and Nissan dealers are doing the same thing.

All the money is made when they charge £250 for a service when the car is under 3 years old and in manufacturers warranty.:roll:
#5
You dont have to get your car serviced at the dealer to keep hold of your warranty - you can get it done at your local garage & still keep your warranty (if under 3 years old) as long as the local place uses genuine parts & sticks to the servicing schedule - it's called Block Exemption, look it up.

I have a car thats part of the VAG group & like to service it at the dealers, but I get it done at Skoda, not Seat as they are much cheaper & the customer service is 100x better
#6
Just ordered £200 of Nationwide autocentre clubcard vouchers to get my service and mot done. Maybe I'm better off getting this done? My car is a ford focus x reg so about 8 years old. Have tons of clubcard vouchers anyway so might be better to just use them up.

I've gone for the major service rather than the full service which apparently needs doing every other year. Anyone know what type of service this is?
#7
Bobbins
No - they've got you over a barrel here as most people use Ford anyway to maintain the waranty.

After 3 years, your mechanical warranty expires - hence the deal.

But maintaining your Ford service history will likely help resale value, and is also need for perforation warranty



The perforation warranty is a joke, My wife’s Ford Focus is 6 years old and is rusting badly by the passenger door mirror, a fault Ford only know too well about and it's caused by their own doing at the time of manufacturing, but try and claim on the 12 year perforation warranty and you will find they don’t want to know. The perforation warranty applies to rust which rusts from inside to out so nobody has little chance of claiming anything, I think they may have been a little lenient a few years ago and a few might have got it done but would be interested to know if anyone has succeeded recently.
#8
ChrisUK
You dont have to get your car serviced at the dealer to keep hold of your warranty - you can get it done at your local garage & still keep your warranty (if under 3 years old) as long as the local place uses genuine parts & sticks to the servicing schedule - it's called Block Exemption, look it up.

I have a car thats part of the VAG group & like to service it at the dealers, but I get it done at Skoda, not Seat as they are much cheaper & the customer service is 100x better

I know - that's why I said "most people" in my post. This does not mean all service their cars at Ford to maintain warranty.
#9
Extremley hacked off with Ford for this "deal".
For £99 all they have done is change the oil and filter - no other checks included. The guy even laughed when I said if I'd had known that I would have done it myself!!!!!

Where does this constitute VALUE???

For those thinking of this deal - Don't.

I'm spitting feathers right now :x :x :x
#10
This is a Ford 'Value' service. Which probably means they open the bonnet look around, and close it. Thats it.
#11
Lucky I've stuck with my Nationwide one, I guess they'll do a little more than just have a look in the bonnet!
#12
Talking of which, anyone know why my car shakes so much when going at > 80mph? I used to be able to do 124mph in it no problems but haven't driven at those sort of speeds for about a year. Now whenever I get to 80-85 it shakes/vibrates loads so I slow down to about 75 again.
#13
I take it you only find this when on a private road ?
#14
Benjimoron
Talking of which, anyone know why my car shakes so much when going at > 80mph? I used to be able to do 124mph in it no problems but haven't driven at those sort of speeds for about a year. Now whenever I get to 80-85 it shakes/vibrates loads so I slow down to about 75 again.


I would hazzard a guess at wheel balance or tracking.

My enginerring mate would probably go on about resonance (sp?) of metal, but I switch off when he talks like that :whistling:
#15
Benjimoron
Talking of which, anyone know why my car shakes so much when going at > 80mph? I used to be able to do 124mph in it no problems but haven't driven at those sort of speeds for about a year. Now whenever I get to 80-85 it shakes/vibrates loads so I slow down to about 75 again.

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Usually wheel balancing or a buckled wheel.
Could even be odd tyre pressures.

Get a local tyre garage to check the wheels out for you.
#16
Thanks for the advice, will they check the above as part of the service? Tyre pressures are pretty consistent I think.
#17
jawaid87
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Usually wheel balancing or a buckled wheel.
Could even be odd tyre pressures.

Get a local tyre garage to check the wheels out for you.


all as already suggested plus it could be the tracking. You should be able to wrangle a free check some where if required outside of the service,
#18
Benjimoron
Thanks for the advice, will they check the above as part of the service?


Wheel balancing will not be checked as part of a normal service.

My main dealer charged me £50 to check and balance 2 front wheels, so I would advise that you get this done at your local tyre centre! :w00t:

My car is under warranty, and I foolishly thought they would do this for free! :whistling:
#19
Benjimoron
Talking of which, anyone know why my car shakes so much when going at > 80mph?


It could be the wheel balancing or warped brake discs.
#20
u664541
Extremley hacked off with Ford for this "deal".
For £99 all they have done is change the oil and filter - no other checks included. The guy even laughed when I said if I'd had known that I would have done it myself!!!!!

Where does this constitute VALUE???

For those thinking of this deal - Don't.

I'm spitting feathers right now :x :x :x



UPDATE - back from Ford. £99 service cost me £145 as they changed the brake fluid without my full consent (breakdown in communication!). Found out that I have magic brake pads though. Last August (2006) with 23k on the clock the same garage said the rear pads were quote "close to sensor, 6-7k miles left" and I was asked whether I should let them do the work - I said no. This year (32k miles now), even though on the phone was told all they would do was a oil change, the "tick" sheet was filled and the rear pads now showing 60% worn. So was I told porkies last year or today?

Strongly worded letter on the way.

PS 3 other Ford dealerships I spoke to said the £99 service was a normal service complete with all the normal checks.
Without mentioning the dealership I went to, let's just say you might run into Ali G there.......

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