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Fords are offering a Ford Value Service with an MOT for £129, saving 15% - plus you'll receive a £25 gift card.

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Or you can just take the Ford Value Service for £99 and still receive a £25 giftcard ..

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#1
Only for cars over 3 years old. :-(
#2
nice one, my 51 plate is due service this month, so will be a good price plus the bonus of the voucher :)
[helper]#3
Thanks :thumbsup:
banned#4
Al_Jolson
Only for cars over 3 years old. :-(


quick:whistling:
#5
superb. my fiesta needs a service, and maybe its MOT too. whoop.
#6
silly question but is this only for fords? I know some garages will service other models.
#7
Quality i'll get my Mondeo in for one of these.
#8
we had 1 of these services done back in sep oct time and got a 40 pound voucher back for sainsburys still a gud deal though at £25 voucher back
#9
Cheers OP - my Focus is in need of a service - nice to get a little baksheesh as well :thumbsup:
#10
This is only the value service... So similar to an interim service? If so this isn't such a great deal imo. Just a quick check shows Nationwide offering the same for £97.
#11
Very good deal considering an MOT costs at least £40.

If you do your shopping at Sainsburys and you're due an MOT that means you're getting a service for only £64.
#12
Not bad value, but I'd be wary of what they'd find that "needs" doing.
#13
Used this offer two years ago when they were doing the M&S vouchers.
But went to pick my car up from the local Ford garage after they had phoned to say it was ready they tried to over charge me £150 manage to sought that out only to find that my car would not start and all the engineers had gone home so they had to pay for a taxi home and dropped my car back to me the following day when they had fixed it.:x
Never did receive my M&S vouchers from them,so I voted cold use a local garage now one I can trust.
#14
Cold, most garages I pass, Kwickfit, charlie brown Etc, all do service + MOT for £99
#15
its an Ok deal....

I will explain..

You can get an MOT for £30.00 from a local garage, and their Value service only replaces the Air filter, oil filter and oil...

Air filters for lets say a Fiesta are around £8-15 trade..
Oil filter £6-8
Oil.. depending which engine.. £15-25 trade....

Its only worth it for the stamp in the service book....
#16
as a former fleet advisor i would avoid any fast fit garage for mots ,they would find faults with a brand new car! use a mot centre which does not do repairs so has no interest in failing your car on so called faults ,the worst offenders are the tyre co,offering services mots etc,99 for a service is ok at main dealer if you want to keep the service hist stamped up ,but is basically a oil +filter change and quick check over to see if they can charge for more work!
#17
decent price i think as the service on my fiesta st was priced at £169, however it beggars belief how much they make off these services as i know the service manager at my local ford who did the service for £69, told me not to worry about the hundred. unbelievable.
#18
After my recent experience of trying to be charged £714.74 by a main Ford dealer for a repair that required 3 bolts worth 12p each & 1 hrs labour I'd be very wary of franchised garages with a 1ft bargepole never mind a 10ft one .
#19
Cold for me too.

Our local Ford Garage used to be run by people we knew and trusted but in the last couple of years have changed management, and now find faults in the newest of vehicles and refuse to admit its a manufacturing fault when it blatently was. That little trip cost us £1000 for a Ka's first MOT.
banned#20
Dont be swayed by the £25 Voucher - it either never turns up OR you spend £25 in phone calls chasing them for it!!
#21
worth it for the Ford stamp in the service history
#22
The Ford Value Service includes checks on: ONLY CHECKS????:thinking:

Handbrake
Clutch
Windscreen
Washers, wipers
Exterior lights and fascia illumination
Instrument gauges, warning lights and horn
Heating system, blower motor
Air conditioning
Seat belts
Bonnet catch
Wiring, pipes, hoses, oil and fuel pipes
Engine, vacuum pump and cooling system
Coolant expansion tank, windscreen washer, power steering and brake fluid reservoirs
Coolant
Auxiliary Drive Belts
Battery
Automatic transmission
Steering, suspension linkages, ball joints, driveshafts, gaiters
Front and rear wheel bearings
Engine and transmission
Exhaust
Underbody
Braking system
Tyres including spare wheel
Wheel nuts
Air Filter
Oil & oil filter
#23
No Woolworths vouchers?
#24
Buy the filters and oil yourself and enroll on a car maintenance evening class with the money you save if you have no clue what to do.

Also - when you buy the oil - but a 20 or 25 litre drum from a motor factor, as it only costs about twice as much as a punter will pay for a 5 litre container. Costco does a 20 litre container of oil for about 20 quid. Its 15W40 and would suit most cars over three years old. 10W40 semi synthetic is about £28 for 20 litres there too.

Most of these 'cheap' services will not replace air filters - which rarely need to be changed at non major services. WIth an air filter you can normally see if it needs to be changed, as they look dirty or oily. If you pay out more you can buy a "K&N" filter which will never need changed - and it will improve the economy and performance of your car by offering less resistance to airflow. They need cleaned about every 80-100 000 miles depending upon where you drive.

Buy oil filters in boxes of six at a factor, and you will get them for about £20, as they see you as trade - rather than about five or six quid they would charge buying singly. The same applies to plugs and bulbs, but even more so. You can often get a box of ten bulbs in a factors for about the same as a single bulb would cost in Halfords, which is still probably less than a dealer would charge you for one.

Lastly, when they claim all these checks are done - if you did not know what needed done before, its likely the only checks they will see that need done are those they can get a good turn from.

Car servicing is so often a con, and its easy to say a car has been serviced, if the person driving it has no idea about anything mechanical. If you service it yourself - you know its been done. If there are bits you find difficult - do the rest yourself - and go to a small garage and ask them to do the specific thing you cannot (such as replacing massively inaccessible glowplugs - that may require specific tools).

For parts try your local Partco or Dingbro. If you are in Scotland - Andy Watts has quite good prices too (but ask for discount - and they will offer 10-20% depending on the amount you buy).

Returning to the original deal - COLD!
#25
Personally, I would avoid having a service from Ford dealers. The last time I did, I was told that there was about £400 of 'urgent' work that needed doing. I did not have the work done. I took it to another garage (non-Ford) a couple of months later for an MOT, and they didn't think it needed any of these jobs doing.

Now 3 years later, none of the parts which the Ford garage though needed 'urgent' replacement, have yet gone wrong.
#26
yok25;3926886
The Ford Value Service includes checks on: ONLY CHECKS????:thinking:

Handbrake
Clutch
Windscreen
Washers, wipers
Exterior lights and fascia illumination
Instrument gauges, warning lights and horn
Heating system, blower motor
Air conditioning
Seat belts
Bonnet catch
Wiring, pipes, hoses, oil and fuel pipes
Engine, vacuum pump and cooling system
Coolant expansion tank, windscreen washer, power steering and brake fluid reservoirs
Coolant
Auxiliary Drive Belts
Battery
Automatic transmission
Steering, suspension linkages, ball joints, driveshafts, gaiters
Front and rear wheel bearings
Engine and transmission
Exhaust
Underbody
Braking system
Tyres including spare wheel
Wheel nuts
Air Filter
Oil & oil filter


Exactly Yok25 - this clearly says "checks". It doesn't say that you get the oil and filter CHANGED - just checked. I take it that if you want the oil and filter changed - you have to pay extra for that - as the offer goes on to say "If any work is needed, it’s carried out using Ford quality parts, as they guarantee your vehicle will perform to its optimum level."

So, basically, for 99 quid, some Ford engineer is just going to peer under your bonnet.

Why not forget the "value" service and just go down B&Q with 25 quid? Now, that would be a hot deal - 25 quids worth of stuff from B&Q for 25 quid (reduced from 99 quid) .....
#27
ford do the update on any software your car needs, thats worth 80 squids for sure, just get it done
#28
HI

Does anyone know if this covers small commercial vans, for example ford transit connect? I cant seem to find the answer on the site........thanks
#29
Cold. I took my car for a MOT at a Ford garage for £20. it failed and they wanted £500 to fix everything. I called BS and took it to a local garage passed with only a couple of things that might need doing in the future.
#30
I'm on the fence here, we have a 06 Focus and I would like to keep the Ford Service history going, but I'm fully aware of the huge cost associated.

However it's all very well taking your car somewhere else when it fails it's MOT and getting it through without the work, but do be careful that the car is safe. It isn't worth risking you or your family's life (or someone else's) to save a few bob.
#31
I doubt Ford will even stamp the book cos the service is not inaccordance with Fords service schedules.
Had this before with a dealer who gave the car a 'value' service for £75 and flatly refused to stamp the book.
#32
littlemeglet;3927768
ford do the update on any software your car needs, thats worth 80 squids for sure, just get it done


This is a "Value" service. I don't see "updating software" on the list of "checks".

So, just to be crystal clear:

1. Are you saying that if your car needs a software update - you will get it included in this value service for no additional cost?

2. Given that you can only use this "value" service if your car is over 3 years old, why would you need a software update if you had managed to drive around for the last three years with your current software version?

Now, I am no mechanic - so as a lay man, it looks to me that most of these "value" service checks are what you would get with an MOT in any case. So, either way, this is 99 quid worth of checks or a very expensive MOT - unless of course, you can confirm the situation re the software.
#33
I personally would find a reputable independant garage and have you car serviced there,

i have 2 fords both 18mth old and cannot wait for the warrenty to run out so i can go back to my independant(allthough you can use independants before the warrenty ends if you want,as long as genuine parts used and invoice states this and the independant stamps your service book)

Ford dealers or most have recently been bought out by multi franchises so they have 4 or 5 differant manufacturers running from them,

All only interest in the 8hrs booked to each mechanic in that day and want routine service and easy repairs,

i speak from experiace with my focus titanium on an 07 plate in there for 9-days

there service being offered is basic beyond any means,the only item you need to remember is ford engines use 5W30 semi-synthetic oil weather it be petorl or diesel and you can pick that up foir arounr £25quid,combine that with the filters and adds up to no more than 45quid all in thats going to fords parts department,

just for a stamp in the book saying FORDS personally i wouldnt,as for updating the software only do this on Major services,how do i know

i worked for fords and got out when i could and glad i did,

The list you'll get with what needs replacing will be amusing to say the least-the flaw is with cars over 3 yrs old..why

because warrentys run out,they than can hit you for the jobs that should of been covered under warrenty-the customers doesnt get told if they dont ask and ford gets a nice little earner out of it and the staff all reach their targets...I SAY TARGETS,

Thats al their interested in how much they can sell,no point getting cars 3yrs and under in,warrenty covers and they can only claim a set rate whereas over 3yrs its per the hour

COLD ALL DAY LONG
banned#34
Broxy
I doubt Ford will even stamp the book cos the service is not inaccordance with Fords service schedules.
Had this before with a dealer who gave the car a 'value' service for £75 and flatly refused to stamp the book.


Ive Had 2 value services and the girlfriend 3 and on all 5 occasions they stamped the book - whyever would they not?
#35
Mr Product
Ive Had 2 value services and the girlfriend 3 and on all 5 occasions they stamped the book - whyever would they not?


Because it was not to the exacting standards of the service schedule, ie fraud.
When you come to pass off the service history when reselling the car saying that it has a genuine manufacturers service history when you know it hasn't, just an oil and filter change once a year which is what you get with your value service.
banned#36
Broxy
Because it was not to the exacting standards of the service schedule, ie fraud.
When you come to pass off the service history when reselling the car saying that it has a genuine manufacturers service history when you know it hasn't, just an oil and filter change once a year which is what you get with your value service.


Not really - unless its a major service ie 30k 60k etc etc (or every other year) then an anual service from Ford is pretty much identical to the Ford Value Service - i looked through it and compared it to an annual service and its pretty much identical - they dont do owt on an 'normal' annual service any different to the Value service.

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