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Hi
My Velar is due for its first service,
What is the average price.
Regards Assad
 

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I've been quoted £483.
 

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Mine goes next week. I got two quotes from two local dealers. £430 and £510 (both inc VAT)
 

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Much too expensive for what is basically an oil and filter change and some visual inspections of brake pads and fluids!
Main dealers! No thanks.
 

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Spencerwilks said:
Much too expensive for what is basically an oil and filter change and some visual inspections of brake pads and fluids!
Main dealers! No thanks.
They also throw in "a free vehicle health check and a valet" :lol: For me, a service at any cost should involve them checking over the health of the vehicle!
 

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I guess we're lucky to live in Switzerland where JLR provides the regular services (within the first three years or up to 100,000km) completely for free, including brakes. Just did the first service for our Velar. Dropped it off in the morning, was given a replacement Velar and picked up the car before the end of the day, cleaned and all at no cost whatsoever. Same happened for three years with our XF. Different story when we had the new 2016 model Volvo XC90 in between the XF and the Velar ... every service cost us in access of £600 and that car spent more time in the Volvo garage than the average mechanic.
 

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Mine was £388 including a 10% 'new customer' discount at the impressive, relatively new Williams JLR dealership at Trafford Park, Manchester with the drive through servicing 😳
Mine was similar (a bit lower) and included a valet and loan car (new Defender).
 

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Mine will be due in March. Enquired with local LR independent its £240 with courtesy car, main dealers wanted £440.
 

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My car is due its 2 year service and has done 30k miles. I have just called my local JLR dealer and they have quoted me £650. Is this correct, as looking at what they will be doing it a bit higher than I was expecting?

- Carry out vehicle inspection checks as documented in the WSM instructions. Where available also perform an eVHC.
- Replace interior air filter.
- Renew engine oil and filter.
- Replace the air cleaner element.
- Replace fuel filter element.
- Carry out road test as documented in the WSM instructions.
- If fault lamp(s) are illuminated, interrogate that system using the JLR approved diagnostic equipment and report findings.
- Check for any applicable outstanding service actions or recalls.
- Report any unusual features of vehicle condition and additional work required.
- Reset service indicator.
- Endorse service record.
 

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Mine isnt due yet but around £500-£600 is the norm from a main dealer which is a total rip-off for a service where the parts cost around £80.

Would you invalidate the warranty if you take it to an independant?
 

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GurdevB said:
Mine isnt due yet but around £500-£600 is the norm from a main dealer which is a total rip-off for a service where the parts cost around £80.

Would you invalidate the warranty if you take it to an independant?
No as long as they used genuine LR parts and followed the stated LR servicing schedule. These are available on TOPiX I believe.
 

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Managed to get it for £480 and they will use genuine JLR parts and also update the online service system. That's a saving of £170 from my original price from a main dealer, which is not to be sniffed at and also includes a courtesy car for the day.
 

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When I had my second service in October 2020 I discussed taking a Service Plan with them (I purchased mine while consulting with JLR and benefiting from a sizeable discount).

The services alternate each year between minor (£400) and major (£600) with the details below:

Service 3: 48,000 miles / 36 months (minor)
Service Due: October 2021
Brake Fluid
Engine Oil
Labour Hours - (1.5)
Oil Filter
Washer Fluid
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Service 4: 64,000 miles / 48 months (major)
Service Due: October 2022
Air Filter(s) L
Air Filter(s) R
Engine Oil
Fuel Filter
Interior Air Filter
Labour Hours - (1.5)
Oil Filter
Rear Differential Drain Plug
Rear Differential Fill Plug
Rear Locking Diff Oil - Additional Labour Hours (0.2)
Washer Fluid
Less

Service 5: 80,000 miles / 60 months (minor)
Service Due: October 2023
Engine Oil
Labour Hours - (1.1)
Oil Filter
Washer Fluid
 

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These were the prices quoted to me in Oct 2019 - watch out if you intend to keep your Velar beyond 100k miles
Service 1 £357, Service 2 £598, Service 3 £357, Service 4 £598, Service 5 £373, Service 6 £902 (Includes Brake hoses replaced! ) Service 7 at approx 112K Miles £1700 (Cam Chains )
 
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