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Hi all i was just wondering how much a 12 month full service for a 307 sw 1.6 hdi will cost from a peugeot garage as i want to keep the full service dealer history but dont want to pay silly money as i will be keeping the car for a few good years to come as i dont do that much mileage in it to warrent getting rid of if every couple of years like most people
thanks in advance forbsey :thumb:
 
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Depends on whether it's due a minor, intermediate or major. Reckon on £100/170/250 as a very rough guide. It pays to be canny though. For example, Perrys do a service plan for £15 a month which covers all servicing and would probably work out cheaper (especially on a low miler that will have intermediate-major services at annual intervals), free MOTs, discounts off tyres and parts etc. Many large dealer chains run little service plans of their own like this and they're generally much cheaper and more comprehensive than the manufacturers own schemes.
 

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Depends on whether it's due a minor, intermediate or major. Reckon on £100/170/250 as a very rough guide. It pays to be canny though. For example, Perrys do a service plan for £15 a month which covers all servicing and would probably work out cheaper (especially on a low miler that will have intermediate-major services at annual intervals), free MOTs, discounts off tyres and parts etc. Many large dealer chains run little service plans of their own like this and they're generally much cheaper and more comprehensive than the manufacturers own schemes.

That sounds like a good idea, spread it over the year and it does not hurt the pocket so much
 

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I was just looking for the service cost for my 307 and that brought tears to my eyes...around £200 for a full service :sad: so it looks like this year it's gonna be a DIY job and pay monthly for a service plan for next year.
 

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For mine a full service at the 80 mark at peugeot was going to cost £400 and that with a cambelt change etc.

did my own oil change at 90 with new brake pads and disks with new front bearings, and got a mate to do MOT. Nicked a stamp from a garage to do the service history :p criminal ey :p warranty wont know any diff

and now coming up to the big 100 mark. i got a quote from robin and day in gateshead for a full service premier at £150 and that including courtesy car :p

p.s dont use backstreet (gypsy) garages as they change my cambelt and put it on wrong, took it back several times and ended up in fights :mad: they kept saying it was the manifold but it clearly wasn't...£200 later at simon bailes stockton to get it sorted...
 

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My local peugeot garage wanted £250 for a 20000 mile service. got it done at a peugeot specialist for £130. The peugeot dealer charge £80 an hour. rip off
 

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5 years is quite a milestone for cars, camebelt and all sorts will need doing hence the higher price.
Cambelt not due on mine for another 60 odd thousand miles, so I wont be volunteering to get that done any time soon. :lol:

Back discs/ pads done a few months ago, new clutch, flywheel, drop links, 3rd gear syncro, tyres, rear abs sensor, main engine oil seal (somewhere near the crank shaft I believe). No change from around £1500, credit card well and truly cut up now :D
 

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steve m said:
Cambelt not due on mine for another 60 odd thousand miles, so I wont be volunteering to get that done any time soon. :lol:

Back discs/ pads done a few months ago, new clutch, flywheel, drop links, 3rd gear syncro, tyres, rear abs sensor, main engine oil seal (somewhere near the crank shaft I believe). No change from around £1500, credit card well and truly cut up now :D
Holy crap you haven't had a lot of luck with that car.

Cambelts used to be a 5 year service item (to me they still are, F*** peugeot and service guides). I am a cautious kinda guy, would rather pay pennies now to save pounds later. I can understand your point though considering you've spent so much.
 

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I can only go with the service manual which says that replacement of timing belt should be:

2.0 HDI 136bhp

Normal conditions - 140,000 miles or 10 years
Arduous conditions - 110,000 miles or 10 years

My cars done 65,000 and it's about 4 and a half years old so like you said, on top of what I've already had to shell out the belt is quite a bit down my list of things to do on the car.
 
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