Ducato service costs

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  1. Jazzbow

    Jazzbow Read Only Funster

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    Just paid £400 for a service, I thought that it was a bit dear, is this the going rate?

    It included a filter pack (whatever that is!) and an oil change, they checked the batteries at our request.

    cheers Dawn
     
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    if you mean an engine only service then that is around 60% overpriced.

    filter pack consists of an air filter, an oil filter and a fuel filter.......it may also include a pollen filter for the face/floor/heater vents.

    average aftermarket price for full filter kit is around £35....double that for main dealer price.

    oil will be around £30 for 5 ltrs....again, dealers a lot more.

    labour should be no more than an hour for an oil service..
     
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    GRRRRRR- hate being ripped off.
     
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    yep....sounds like main dealer service.......robbing ba**ards.

    use main dealers is you are still in warranty or have no notion of the value of money, otherwise use a good independent.

    just oil serviced my Chrysler.......9.5lts oil = £60....oil, air and fuel filters = £29......45 minutes of my time = priceless.....but an independant would charge maybe £40.

    total = £129
     
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    Tonka no I didn't read that. I was due a service this year, last year i wasn't though :Angry:
     
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    Hi

    Just had our van serviced yesterday at large motorhome dealer. Cost was £250 for the (first) service and £175 for habitation check.

    £400 for just a service sounds like far too much to me.

    Paul
     
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    I know it's not the van but yesterday I had my l200 pick up truck done
    full sevice with oil filters etc, new cambelt kit with all new belts for fan, air con, water pump and power steering (lots of belts :BigGrin:)and MOT all for £280 forgot tracking done as well :thumb:-think the van cost me about 120 quid all in, in the summer

    terry
     
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