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  172 Mk2
Just put me motor in for it's 44k service at a renault dealership - £190 for the service and i've just had a call from them saying the rear brake pads need replacing (they charge £130) and the front wiper blades need replacing (they charge £30). I politely told them where to go!:mad:
 
  RB 200 Cup!
god renault are w*****s - tyhank god my mates a renault tech and can do evrything on the cheap!
 
  RenaultSport clio 172 CUP
Robbing b******s.


The £190.00 is a pretty good price though my 24k service is costing me £210.00 inc vat.


I expect they will tell me my wiper blades need replacing or the brake fluid needs changing.
 
  172 Mk2
CUPCRAZY said:
The £190.00 is a pretty good price though my 24k service is costing me £210.00 inc vat.
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yeah i was also sent a letter through from Renault a week ago saying that my car needed servicing which also included a 10% discount if i showed them this letter on the day, better than nothing i suppose!
 
  Focus ST
Rear pads are a piece of piss. Do them yourself and save about 30-40 quid.

Remember the back brakes effectively do bugger all except for handbrake.
I done my own following a guide from this forum.
 
  172 Mk2
Gweebs said:
Rear pads are a piece of piss. Do them yourself and save about 30-40 quid.

Remember the back brakes effectively do bugger all except for handbrake.
I done my own following a guide from this forum.

Nice one mate, don't suppose you've got the link for the guide to diy?
 

G_F

  BMW M3 & Williams 3
Why do people take there cars to Renault for servicing? You dont need to for warrenty reasons, so why not take it someware else, hence saving £££
 
  172 Mk2
GavFre said:
Why do people take there cars to Renault for servicing? You dont need to for warrenty reasons, so why not take it someware else, hence saving £££

For the renault stamp in the service book?!
 

G_F

  BMW M3 & Williams 3
People who buy these type of cars would prefer to see a specialist stamp in the service book, this shows that they actually care about the car and are likely to be an enthusiast.

FRSH means nothing, i would pay less for one.
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