In times of financial uncertainty it's more important than ever to know you've made the right choice when it comes to buying a car. Today's budget conscious motorists are increasingly looking at all the costs associated with owning and running a car, and in particular those relating to servicing a vehicle once it's been driven off the forecourt.
Chevrolet, a brand famous for providing both value and hassle free motoring, understands the need for simplicity and so offers a Fixed Price Servicing Programme, a practical and recession busting tool which gives motorists complete peace of mind when buying their next new car.
Chevrolet's Fixed Price Servicing programme allows customers to pay a one-off fee based on expected mileage that will cover all their vehicle service requirements. From just £249 (Chevrolet Matiz, Aveo and Lacetti) or £349 (Chevrolet Epica and Captiva), vehicles are covered for 3 years or 30,000 miles (whichever happens first), whilst £449 covers 3 years or 60,000 miles.
The Fixed Price Servicing package is the perfect complement to the 3 year, 60,000 mile comprehensive manufacturer's warranty provided with every new car sold by Chevrolet in the UK. Thanks to both programmes, Chevrolet customers can buy a new car with complete confidence and enjoy many miles of stress-free motoring without ever having to worry about unexpected repair and servicing bills.
And if that wasn't enough, the Fixed Price Servicing package also includes a further two years Roadside Assistance provided by the AA. This is in addition to the standard one year cover from first registration. So in the unlikely event that something should go wrong with your car, customers have access to 24-hour, 7-day a week support to get them back on the road.
Both the Fixed Price Servicing package and the manufacturer's warranty can also be transferred should the car be sold during the three year agreement, providing added reassurance to the new owner and demonstrating that the vehicle has been maintained by only the very best technicians with genuine approved parts.Published 6 March 2009