The impressive deal means you could own your VW for the next three decades or more and never have to pay for another set of brake pads. Every set you buy will have a two-year warranty, too.
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The free brake pads deal even includes the cost of labour, so there’s no catch their either. All the customer has to do is keep the invoice for the initial brake pad replacement and show it each time their brake pads wear out.
Volkswagen says it’s the latest in a range of offers it’s launched to make the cost of owning a VW more affordable. The incentive it’s perhaps most proud of is full Fixed Price Servicing, which it reckons benefits millions of owners nationwide.
It takes the price of minor servicing down to from £159, including parts, oil and filter change, labour and VAT. Not only does the customer get a full vehicle check, full road test and diagnostic check, they also get the electronic service display reset and that hallowed Volkswagen retailer stamp in their service book.
Fixed Price Servicing is available on all Volkswagen aged between 3 and 15 years, up to and including 2.0-litre petrol and diesel models (sorry, Golf R32 owners). Major servicing is also offered under the fixed price deal, along with MOT tests.