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25% off service and MOT at BMW Sytner booked online. 6am-6pm today only!
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25% off service and MOT at BMW Sytner booked online. 6am-6pm today only!

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Posted 15th Nov 2019

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25% off oil and other services including MOT at sytner BMW. Hope this helps someone. I was about to book my 320D oil service for 129.99, now it is 96.49!
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And they'll find 25% worth of things that also conveniently need fixing
balsingh45815/11/2019 08:18

And they'll find 25% worth of things that also conveniently need fixing


They could do that with MOTs like every other dodgy garage but in my opinion, an oil service with main dealers stamp for £96 isn't bad.
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And they'll find 25% worth of things that also conveniently need fixing
balsingh45815/11/2019 08:18

And they'll find 25% worth of things that also conveniently need fixing


They could do that with MOTs like every other dodgy garage but in my opinion, an oil service with main dealers stamp for £96 isn't bad.
Excellent deal
Good prices. My local dealer wanted £550 for big service and vehicle check, these want less than £250. The main dealer I bought the car off ended up paying it and they were still charged the £450.

Wouldn't use them for M.O.T. They'll tell you you need new discs and pads and/or tyres 'immediately'.
Edited by: "heathead" 15th Nov 2019
I am a bmw owner i love the brand, but service is poor in north London and Hertfordshire areas(that's what i can talk about) find yourself a local garage ask them to use original parts, it will cist maybe 20-30% more but still far more cheaper than bmw service. Also as long as if yiur local garage use original parts and keep the invoice (never do cash in car servicing) then you are even under warranty. Been there done that! My opinion. Also lets say money ia not an issue, then let me tell you the waiting time on a booked aeevice in borehamwood and stevenage bmw, aprox 4 months! Months not weeks!
Or just find your local BMW specialist, usually list on piston heads and reviews on Bimmerpost.

pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?h=0&f=72&t=796191

Sytner wanted £450 plus for a service on F32. The local specialists that BMW themselves send the cars to that they cannot fix, charged half the price.

And even after the recall and EGR change, still getting ad-hoc errors.
Edited by: "Sammy86" 15th Nov 2019
That is CHEAP!!! For BMW Servicing!
shinds15/11/2019 08:36

That is CHEAP!!! For BMW Servicing!


Is it a service or an oil change?
Williams Group dealers are displaying the same prices (for my car) but no mention of 25% off????
will they check your indicators and ensure that they are indeed still functioning?
weeZl15/11/2019 08:58

will they check your indicators and ensure that they are indeed still …will they check your indicators and ensure that they are indeed still functioning?


No, that's an optional extra.
Worth putting in the title that this offer is VALID TODAY ONLY.
It is actually IMHO a great deal if you use/want a main dealer service. I have used Sytner for the last few years and have received largely good service. My compliant is their staggering labour hourly rate, £170/hr. In a chat with the manager recently, he was quite candid that the workshop was the most profitable part of the operation.
Anyway, this is HOT for me.
T&C's nd-mediagallery2-public-production.s3.amazonaws.com/bef…pdf
Cooper BMW also running same offer, servicing has to be carried out before 24/12.

EDIT: in fact it's any dealership that uses the BMW retail service website.

This brings the servicing cost down to the level indy BMW specialists were quoting me at (using genuine BMW parts).
Edited by: "jim23k" 15th Nov 2019
ergh BMW dealerships
Chris060915/11/2019 08:47

Is it a service or an oil change?


That's is the price for an oil change for an F30 320d
heathead15/11/2019 08:52

Williams Group dealers are displaying the same prices (for my car) but no …Williams Group dealers are displaying the same prices (for my car) but no mention of 25% off????


Actually you are right. Just checked Barons BMW and they are also showing the promotional prices.
Sytner are atrocious, I prefer Rybrook maybe it’s because they’re smaller their customer service seems to be bitter I don’t know
Good deal for bmw owners
My local one Vines emailed and said it was 10% off the final bill for work done before 31st December.
How much was the oil service with microfilter ? Seems like the normal price
Other dealers will reluctantly price match if you're quick
How far ahead can you book a service? Can you book for a service next year?
always I change my oil and filtres at home! I know I put the right engine oil in my car
My local Indy Bmw garage can somehow tell I've a buckled alloy by eye even though 2 days previous it'd had a new tyre and was straight as a dime on the machine.
When I click on my local Sytner, the site takes ages to load. In fact it's still loading now. Anyone else facing this?
byzar15/11/2019 10:07

always I change my oil and filtres at home! I know I put the right engine …always I change my oil and filtres at home! I know I put the right engine oil in my car


That's OK if you're outside warranty and keeping the car for a long time and not worried about depreciation.
An oil change with your own chosen pre-change flush, quality grade and correct viscosity oil, quality oil filter and oil sump plug and washer takes about an hour on my own (granted non-BMW) car and costs about £30. It's a very simple job to remove an oil plug and filter, and then replace.

I get it if this is aimed at those who genuinely don't have the time, but I don't see why you would pay £70 more to make a special journey to hand over your car to a dealership network with a poor reputation to do the same thing and have no idea what oil, filter brand etc they are using. You don't even know if they drop the oil at all or go for the quicker route of sucking it out (which leaves a lot of old oil behind).

I personally don't earn £70 net an hour and do like to keep and maintain my cars for more than a few years, so some misguided additional depreciation from me doing a proper oil change myself instead of a dealer is not an issue. I would be happy to pocket the £70 difference here and do the work myself and also learn a bit about the car I rely on to get from A to B.
Edited by: "arCuThEDOWDr" 15th Nov 2019
I've found BMW service atrocious. My local is like a conveyor belt with an invoice of supposed work needed at the end of it. I've found an independent who does a lot of BMWs and more than happy.
Only bonus of having it done by bmw is for the logbook/on-board computer updatw
arCuThEDOWDr15/11/2019 10:46

An oil change with your own chosen pre-change flush, quality grade and …An oil change with your own chosen pre-change flush, quality grade and correct viscosity oil, quality oil filter and oil sump plug and washer takes about an hour on my own (granted non-BMW) car and costs about £30. It's a very simple job to remove an oil plug and filter, and then replace.I get it if this is aimed at those who genuinely don't have the time, but I don't see why you would pay £70 more to make a special journey to hand over your car to a dealership network with a poor reputation to do the same thing and have no idea what oil, filter brand etc they are using. You don't even know if they drop the oil at all or go for the quicker route of sucking it out (which leaves a lot of old oil behind).I personally don't earn £70 net an hour and do like to keep and maintain my cars for more than a few years, so some misguided additional depreciation from me doing a proper oil change myself instead of a dealer is not an issue. I would be happy to pocket the £70 difference here and do the work myself and also learn a bit about the car I rely on to get from A to B.



I don't think they change the filter now days unless you ask them to (and then they probably don't).
my first BMW was services by BMW up-until I bought at 90000 miles second owner- I found that they had broken plenty of plastic parts and lost may of the little screws which don't really make any difference, which is not what I would have expected - so I always service my self
Checking the itemised bills always annoys me, I queried what a 2 x assembly fix at £2 +vat EACH were, turned out to be a plastic tie-wrap, I could have bought 500 for that price!
Edited by: "p-e-t-e" 15th Nov 2019
Lancaster Mini/BMW (Milton Keynes and Bury St Edmunds) doing the same discounts.
arCuThEDOWDr15/11/2019 10:46

An oil change with your own chosen pre-change flush, quality grade and …An oil change with your own chosen pre-change flush, quality grade and correct viscosity oil, quality oil filter and oil sump plug and washer takes about an hour on my own (granted non-BMW) car and costs about £30. It's a very simple job to remove an oil plug and filter, and then replace.I get it if this is aimed at those who genuinely don't have the time, but I don't see why you would pay £70 more to make a special journey to hand over your car to a dealership network with a poor reputation to do the same thing and have no idea what oil, filter brand etc they are using. You don't even know if they drop the oil at all or go for the quicker route of sucking it out (which leaves a lot of old oil behind).I personally don't earn £70 net an hour and do like to keep and maintain my cars for more than a few years, so some misguided additional depreciation from me doing a proper oil change myself instead of a dealer is not an issue. I would be happy to pocket the £70 difference here and do the work myself and also learn a bit about the car I rely on to get from A to B.


I agree with what you say but many go to the dealership to purely to maintain the warranty
Mini aren't supported apparently?!

It's bloody made by BMW and has the 1.5 BMW engine.
Great, I've been waiting for a deal like this to pop up for a service on my McLaren F1
There is no difference in price when u check with other BMW service !
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booked mine at Cooper. 25% makes this cheaper than the independents quotes I got
Gods_Assassin15/11/2019 10:54

I've found BMW service atrocious. My local is like a conveyor belt with an …I've found BMW service atrocious. My local is like a conveyor belt with an invoice of supposed work needed at the end of it. I've found an independent who does a lot of BMWs and more than happy. Only bonus of having it done by bmw is for the logbook/on-board computer updatw


Which no one can access besides bmw... Better find a honest local, cheaper and a stack of receipts is just as good when you come to sell.
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I can’t see discounted price. Both website showing same
t4tareq15/11/2019 12:11

[Image] [Image] I can’t see discounted price. Both website showing same


That's because the discount has already been applied. You are looking at 2 different websites but for the same location. If you compare it to a non Sytner franchise you should see the difference.
Edited by: "missy2507" 15th Nov 2019
t4tareq15/11/2019 12:11

[Image] [Image] I can’t see discounted price. Both website showing same



I was quoted £219 on the phone for the oil change service with pollen filter for a 320d. Its £165 on the offer including an additional £15 for running the diagnostics
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