Is BMW Servicing Worthwhile?8211022

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BMW servicing should be of paramount significance. That at least is the line spun by the mighty marketing machine of the German giant. However, you have to ask your self one important query: should I trust them? Might I not be able to find a much better deal with my local garage.

First of all let's look at the reasons for suspicion. Whenever you're being advised to stick with BMW servicing, the individual performing the telling is almost always a salesman. Should you trust the worlds of a sales individual? Does Satan skate to work? No, of course you should not. They are interested in maximising aftersales worth and making certain you stick with them is the best way to do it.

However, just simply because he's biased does not mean he's not telling the truth. As anyone who has used a car mechanic can tell you, it is a constant lottery. While there are many who provide a decent and accountable service - who will not charge you unnecessarily - there are other people who will.

To illustrate let's use this instance. For a couple of years I've been driving my reliable used Bimmer. It hardly runs smoothly, but then again it is nearly as old as I am, which is a considerable statement. So when I took it for its normal MOT I barely raised an eyebrow when it clocked up a hefty charge in servicing.

Then one day I took it to a local council. They do not receive a penny from any repairs and so have no incentive to find faults other than to stop me ploughing off the road and into a group of pedestrians. The bill when I used them?

Nothing, not a jot. It just goes to show. Even seemingly trustworthy mechangics are not averse to pulling the odd quick one.

To additional promote the idea of BMW Servicing, you can opt for the Service Inclusive option. For an upfront fee you cover the costs of servicing for the first five years or 60,000 miles (whichever comes sooner). On the one hand this is a cost which you may not need. However, at least you know the full cost in advance. There will be no unpleasant surprises.

Equally as essential. Utilizing official dealers indicates all parts will be genuine BMW and you'll get a full service history. All that means fantastic things for resale worth later on. So, to sum up, is it worth sticking with BMW servicing? Yes - completely.

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