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Service option Interim or Major

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by shahedz, Dec 3, 2012.

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    [Dec 3, 2012]
    I have recently bought a 2008 cab 2.0 SE S line.

    Love the car.

    It is due a service in 16 days .

    It has had all Audi servicing and I want to keep it this way. It has 26,000 on the clock.

    I rang Audi and they said it qualifies for fixed price servicing.

    Interim would be £149 , Major would be £299.

    What would you go for?
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    I think it's more a case of what service is due fella, then go with that.
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    That's what I was hoping but got confused as she gave me the choice of two costs? One with more checks than the other.
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    what has it had previously?
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    Have you read your car's service history?
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    will have a look at the service book tonight.

    I thought the garage would have said which one, but she checked the reg and said I have two options.

    I think the more expensive one included changing spark plugs
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    if its on long life it will have oil when it wants
    and inspection every 2 years
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    [Dec 3, 2012]
    Hi Guys

    Service book has 3 stamps

    1st Service

    has had oil change and Inspection ticked under Audi long life Service

    then

    Oil change and Inspection under Audi inspection service again

    and dust and pollen filter

    at 10,100 miles


    2nd Service 29th Nov 2010

    Oil Change and Inspection ticked under Audi Longlife Service

    17423 miles

    3rd Service 17th Nov 2011

    Oil Change and Inspection ticked under Audi Longlife Service

    That's it.

    if it's under long life why does it need a service just over a year later?

    Thanks
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