Professional aftersales care plays an integral role in maintaining the safe and efficient performance of your new or used vehicle. Whether it's the change in the seasonal conditions prompting a tyre change or a simple health check, full annual servicing or vehicle repairs, being able to leave your car in the hands of experienced technicians provides the peace of mind you know you need to know that your vehicle is being looked after. At , we take great pride in being fully approved to conduct a full complement of aftersales services. Our aftercare is thorough and tailored to each customer, with each location at fully equipped with state-of-the-art diagnostic and repair equipment, ensuring that we can pinpoint any potential issues with your vehicle.
What's more, we only ever use parts and accessories that are fully approved by the manufacturer, thereby ensuring that they are fully compatible with your vehicle and will deliver prolonged performance. Contact our aftersales and parts departments to learn more about those components we are able to supply and fit.
When it comes to vehicle servicing, what’s included may differ according to the type of service being conducted. Minor and major servicing differ in scope - as one might expect - but the essential components such as engine oil and filters, lights, tyres, emissions, suspension, battery and more will all be inspected. You will be provided with a full report on any findings alongside recommendations.
The cost of servicing tends to vary from dealership to dealership, and depending on the make and model of vehicle. As such, you should liaise with the team at Murketts for a full quotation on servicing charges. We always aim to keep prices competitive and affordable.
The majority of vehicles feature a service reminder light that will trigger when it’s time for your next service. This is usually every 12 months or 12,000 miles, whichever comes soonest.
Servicing your vehicle has many benefits, beginning with keeping your vehicle running at its most efficient for longer. Plus, you will be able to identify any issues that may compromise safety, and help retain resale value by keeping your service book up-to-date.
Changing your vehicle oil is a quick and easy process and should be completed every 12 months or 9,000 miles, whichever comes sooner. However, you should also check frequently throughout this time, not least with seasonal weather changes and when embarking on longer journeys
Most vehicles now feature a service warning light that alerts you to the need to complete your next service. However, we at Murketts can also provide you with a reminder each year.
No. However, you should aim to have your vehicle serviced by an authorised workshop, as doing so will help maintain the value of your vehicle should you decide to sell. This is because you will have a manufacturer-approved service stamp in your service log book.
It’s recommended that servicing your vehicle should be done at 12,000-mile intervals (or every 12 months, whichever comes first).
Servicing your car is not, like an MOT, a legal requirement. Instead, it simply reduces the chance of the model experiencing difficulties and the potential compromising of performance and safety. What’s more, the potential resale value when the time comes to sell will be impacted, with many buyers wary of those vehicles not featuring a full service history.
An MOT is a legal requirement that requires vehicles over three years of age to be checked for roadworthiness every 12 months. A service, meanwhile, is optional and designed to identify issues that may arise with your vehicle.
An MOT typically takes no longer than an hour to complete. Simply leave your vehicle with Murketts and we’ll contact you upon completion.
MOT is the acronym for the Ministry of Transport test - a legal requirement for all vehicles aged three years and older.
Once your vehicle reaches three years of age, it will be required to undergo a full MOT test every 12 months in order to be road legal.
There could be a number of reasons why your air conditioning is no longer working, so you should drop your vehicle into Murketts today where one of our team will help identify the issue.
This depends on the make and model of your vehicle plus the issue that is causing the problem. The easiest way to obtain an accurate quotation is to liaise with a member of the Murketts aftersales department direct.
Again, the exact amount of time it takes to fix any issue will vary due to a number of factors. Get in touch with the team at Murketts today to help us determine any issue that may have arisen.