By frequently servicing your Ford S-Max with us, you keep it working at peak performance, ensure it remains safe to use and save yourself money.
When we service your S-Max we will make sure that any worn or broken parts are repaired or replaced to keep your S-Max safe. Parts that could cause problems may be missed if you do not regularly service your S-Max and meaning they could easily become dangerous or expensive issues down the line.
Frequent servicing not only catches issues that may cause your S-Max to become unsafe but also saves you money in the long-run. Worn or broken parts can cause further damage to your S-Max if left in poor condition, or may even lead to breakdowns or component failures, all of which cost more to resolve than simple replacements or repairs during a service.
At Days Garage Edenbridge Station Road, our S-Max services can be conducted in line with the servicing guidelines that Ford use, so we will not infringe on your Ford manufacturer warranty. You can also choose our interim or full service levels for your S-Max, which are based on our evaluation of it’s individual needs. You can see an example list of servicing items which may be included in your S-Max servicing here.
By following Ford servicing sheets when we conduct an interim or full service on your S-Max, we are able to service it and safeguard any warranties you have. What’s more, we only use Bosch main-dealer approved parts on your S-Max or genuine Ford parts, so you know that your S-Max service will be done to the same, if not better standards than a Ford main-dealer.
At Days Garage Edenbridge Station Road we pride ourselves on offering excellent standards of service and aftercare as well as value to our customers. So, when we service your S-Max you can be reassured by our 12,000 mile or 12 month (whichever is sooner) guarantee on all parts and labour, which we are able to offer as your local Unipart Car Care Centre.
Book your Ford S-Max service with us by calling us today on 01732 496959.
At Days Garage Edenbridge Station Road, we will use Original Equipment (OE) parts and can service to the same servicing levels as Ford themselves. That means, due to ‘Block Exemption’ laws introduced by the Government in 2003, we can service your Ford and you have an outstanding warranty on your Ford, it will not be affected.