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VWFS cuts Service Plan prices by 25%

Volkswagen Financial Services (VWFS) chief executive, Mike Todd

Volkswagen Financial Services UK (VWFS) has introduced a range of spring discounts, including up to 25% off Service Plans.

The limited-time offer locks customers into pricing fixed at today’s rates for upto three future services, whilst also spreading the cost over 24 months.

Customers who drive a Volkswagen or Volkswagen Commercial Vehicle between 3-6 years old are entitled to a 25% discount on an All-in plan, or 25% off Service Plans on vehicles 1-15 years old.

Discounts of 20% are also available to Seat and Skoda customers.

All-in is a one-stop-shop aftercare package that can be paid for upfront or via monthly instalments and includes the customer’s next two services, two MOTs, two years of Roadside Assistance and two years’ warranty. It launched last year.

The plan’s various benefits are unlocked following a routine eligibility check (which must be completed and passed before the offer end date to benefit from the discount), and combine to give customers long-lasting peace of mind as well as significant overall savings versus buying all the elements separately.

MOTs and services can be completed in a single visit as part of the All-in plan, whilst the second service includes a full inspection too.

Mike Todd (pictured), CEO at Volkswagen Financial Services UK, said: “I’m delighted that we’re able to offer customers these spring discounts to help people manage their vehicle finances at a time when the cost of living is increasing.

“The beauty of the All-in aftercare plan, which we created in conjunction with the brands of Volkswagen Group UK, is that it offers simplicity, affordability and customer convenience. Our collective ambition has always been to make ownership as easy and simple for as many people as possible and the All-in plan does exactly that; it offers customers more certainty over future servicing and repairs.”

The discounted plans are available from today (March 28) and run until May 2.

VWFS recently extended its defleet relationship with Manheim for five years, taking the partnership to December 2026.

As part of the agreement, around 90,000 units per year in normal market conditions are expected to receive the services provided at Cox Automotive’s vehicle services facilities at Bruntingthorpe.

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