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Volkswagen offers winter servicing discount

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Volkswagen’s range of service plans and All-in integrated aftersales service package have been made subject to a 25% discount until December 15.

The discount translates to a potential saving of up to £306.52 off used car service plans and £202.70 on All-in.

The packages available through the offer include one major and one minor service, as well as a bundle incentive of two of each.

Plans for the e-up!, e-Golf, and ID. electric vehicles (EV) are offered, in addition to plans for models up to 2.0 litres in capacity, as well as the V6-powered Touareg.

Owen Shepherd, head of aftersales at Volkswagen UK, said: “Our service plans and industry-first All-in programme already offer significant value for money, but now there’s a winter offer to sweeten the deal even further.

“On top of stellar service from our Volkswagen Retailers, customers can take advantage of even greater value and convenience built in to servicing their Volkswagen. This offer ends on 15 December, so swift action is needed to not miss out.”

Two payment options are also available – upfront or split across 18 monthly instalments, the smallest of these being £11.25 for the e-up! and e-Golf, or roughly 37p per day.

All-in from Volkswagen combines a menu of services, bundled into one package, and paid for either by monthly instalments or a one-off payment.

Starting with a free eligibility check by a technician, the package comprises one major and one minor service (including a full inspection), two annual MoT tests (excluding re-testing and any remedial work), year-round roadside assistance, and a two-year warranty.

The roadside assistance is effective in the UK and Europe, and covers drivers for, if required, repatriation, alternative travel, and hotel accommodation for both the driver and up to seven passengers.

Volkswagen said the package removes the need to plan for the main future servicing costs and enables customers to budget carefully across monthly payments.

The average customer saving for the All-in is projected to be £833 across the two-year period.

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