main dealer service cost - Peugeot Boxer

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  1. 2dogs

    2dogs Funster

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    Evening all,

    Any idea on a major service cost for a Boxer with a main dealer.

    got a quote of £214 today, is that any good?

    Cheers
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  2. Johns_Cross_Motorhomes

    Johns_Cross_Motorhomes Trader - Motorhome & Accessory Sales

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    If the price includes all oils, filters, parts and VAT, not bad

    Peter
     
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    I would say "yes"! :thumb: We enquired about our first big service from our local Arnold Clark dealer recently and they wanted £360 plus VAT:Eeek::Eeek:

    Needless to say we found someone else a lot cheaper, it cost us £185 for the basic cost:Smile: We needed to pay a bit more to get a squeak fixed:Laughing:

    Bill
     
  4. 2dogs

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    Thats good news, thanks,

    yes Peter, includes all filters/dribbles etc for a major service

    Cheers
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  5. Bailey58

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    Don't know what year/model we're talking about but if it helps I paid £413 for a 4 year service on a the Starspirit (Euro 4) in June 2011 at a main dealer. Boxer has a 2 year service schedule, with maybe an oil change between times, and included a brake fluid change as well as the umpteen filters, just noticed it included the MOT, so service came to £369. Due again this year as well as tyres all round, oh yes and the ash trays are full so I'm changing it. :Laughing:

    Edit: Was going to ask where in Devon but the fuel would make it uneconomical. :Laughing:
     
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  6. Nigel&Debbie

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    Fiat (via Bristol Street Commercials) do a 'motorhome service' (for those that do circa 6000 miles per year) for £200. http://www.bristolstreet.co.uk


    As Peugeot and fiat are the same, may be worth exploring.
     
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