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Renault dealers are currently offering all (Renault) cars over 4 years old an 'Expert Service' and 1 years AA breakdown cover which includes home start assistance for £99.00.

Buying the AA package directly from AA will cost you £99.00 anyway, although there is £42.00 cashback (going through AA, not renault) on the AA package, many people are saying they have not been paid it over 3 months after purchasing cover from them.

What the service includes:


At Renault we only ever use Approved Renault Parts when we service and repair your vehicle. This ensures that all work carried out is of the highest quality and that safety in your vehicle is never compromised. All repair work is guaranteed for 1 year.

Our Expert Service includes the following operations and checks

Oil Change
Filter Change
Air conditioning / heating check
Leak check in cooling system
Check fuel system
Check mirrors and windscreen for damage
Check for body damage
Check for leaks in braking system
Check and adjust tyre pressure and sensors
Check battery and plugs
Check washers and wipers
Check condition of brake system
Check exhaust system
Check drive belts (excl. timing belt)
Check operation & condition of seatbelts
Check tyre tread and depth
Check all lights and signals
Check all fluid levels
Check bonnet catch
Diagnostic check of all onboard computers.

Roadside Assistance consists of:

Roadside Assistance. Assistance a quarter of a mile or more from your home

Home Start Assistance. Assistance at or within a quarter of a mile from your home

Local Tow. 10 miles to your closest Renault dealer

Im sure you can ask the AA man/woman to tow you to your nearest non-renault garage if you prefer.
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service? its more like just a oil change and a look around.
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They never do the service properly, very few garages do!!!! I wonder if they are using original Renault parts (filter changes) or cheap stuff like they normally do

This seems a bit epensive for break-down cover
Needed with French cars.....;-)
service? its more like just a oil change and a look around.
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was just about to say the same mate,while they are "looking around" they will tell you your wiper blades need changed 55 quid they tried to charge me for that,plus a couple of other service was free luckily under warranty...but really they are just looking to make you spend money

This seems a bit epensive for break-down cover

From the AA website...
so its just an oil/filter change im sure a service is more than that and they only check other things
Love the fact they actually list "check bonnet catch" as a feature of their service.

So glad I've got shot of my Megane
yeah total rip off , i once had a service like this, and was charged £312 for just a oil change and a screw fitted under the engine cover. the rest was time and labour for the long list of useless checks that were 3 sheets long.
yeah total rip off , i once had a service like this, and was charged £312 for just a oil change and a screw fitted under the engine cover. the rest was time and labour for the long list of useless checks that were 3 sheets long.

from their terms & conditions:

Prices include VAT at 17.5% and parts and labour
I will never go to a dealer again unless the car needs to be serviced to retain the warranty. My wife's Clio had a problem with the accelerator pedal system as it kept cutting out. The dealer said it was a problem with the electrical switch system but couldn't guarantee it would sort the problem, if the new switch didn't sort it they would have to replace the wiring loom for the accelerator, switch would be £450 and the loom if needed would be £325. I also needed a new cambelt which would be £750.
I didn't go ahead with any of it, went to a small garage called Rentech in Portsmouth. They replaced the wiring loom first as it was a common fault costing £200 and the cambelt was £250. saved £1000, the dealer misdiagnosed the fault, if my wife was dealing with her car she would have told the dealer to go ahead with fixing it and handed £1500 over. DO NOT TRUST A DEALER, go to a local expert. Highly recommend Rentech in Portsmouth
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These spot checks that they do, Im not saying you should go ahead with what they find, treat it as a reference and as you did, take it elsewhere and get it done cheaper.

Or in my situation I have bought a new used car with 3 months warranty, getting these checks done so if something is wrong, I can take it back and get it fixed (for free).

Oil and filter changes are usually £60 from your local garage. Then if you needed breakdown cover as well, even if you went for the AA option WITH cashback, the price would be £57.00

So you are still saving money.

Just because they check things, doesn't mean you have to get anything done, you can refuse any additional work.

I have a good independent specialist too, but as I needed breakdown cover too, I thought this was a good option.

They also valet all cars they service for free too (like most dealers).
I own a Renault Clio that had to have the Power steering motor replaced after 16000 miles yes thats 16000 miles at a cost of £1240.00 the car now has 35000 miles on it after 2.5 years with the new power steering motor and guess what? The damn thing has failed again with no warranty left,would i recommend this deal to anyone? No way! Stay away from French cars as I will never buy another French built piece of C**P for as long as I live!
Always going to be opinions on French cars and while the majority is true, I'm gonna defend my Clio Sport 182 - it's amazing and I love it to bits. It's my third Clio and I have had very few problems over the years. Yes Renault dealers are awful and rip offs - so don't go to them! There are enough independant garages that want your business, will tell you the truth and will charge you a fair price.

Go to The Good Garage Scheme to find a good local garage!

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