Enyaq Service Plan

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Post by Persolus » Thu Nov 25, 2021 7:25 pm

Hi All, I would welcome your input please. In advance of the arrival of my car next week, I have been asked if I would like to buy the Skoda 2 year service plan which is (I am told) £336.00 or interest free £28.00 x 12 months. I also understand that the standard service interval is 1 year/10,000 miles and the 2 year plan is the only offer Skoda currently have up for grabs for electric vehicles.

Can anybody here tell me or provide a link to a detailed description of exactly what the EV service plan will provide?

I presume that without a plan I will just pay the going rate for a service as and when the car needs it at 12months/10000 miles. And what is the cost of such a service on a standalone basis ie with out a plan

Have any of you guys signed up for this service plan?

Thank you
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Post by Kwesi » Thu Nov 25, 2021 10:15 pm

Ordered my iv60 13th November 21, I added the service plan to my order a 3years deal. According to the dealer servicing is done every 2years with the Enyaq.

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Post by Rdgcuk » Sat Nov 27, 2021 10:54 pm

I was offered same "deal" as you Persolus, but didn't think it was worth it. As pointed out the service interval is every 2Yrs/18k so essentially it is 1 service for £336, which seemed an awful lot!

EV Servicing should be cheaper, it suggested that it is a pollen filter, brake fluid & inspection service. I phoned my local dealer and they couldn't give me a price for a service yet!
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Post by adie.thompson » Mon Nov 29, 2021 12:14 pm

I have a M3 as my company car, covered 28k miles in 18 months and not due a service yet.

As Rdgcuk says, it is pollen filter replacement and brake fluid check every two years. I don't think the traditional car manufacturers have got their heads round EV servicing yet.
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