New Winter Care Offers From Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles
Express Visual Check
As its names suggests, the Express Visual Check offers a quick and free 29-point check of the key working parts of the van, including all essential fluid levels such as brakes and coolant, tyre treads and lights.
For the customer’s convenience, the Express Visual Check does not require pre-booking.
Volkswagen’s new Warm-Up package will be available from January until the end of April and for a fixed price of £39.99 includes the following:
- Express Visual Check
- top up of oil and fluids
- winter care kit (including de-icer and scraper)
- battery condition check
- wash and vac
- one litre Castrol oil and ‘check it kit’
- 10 per cent discount voucher against any service or parts purchase
- 10 per cent discount voucher against any accessory purchase
- entry into a prize draw to win £1,500 to spend at their Volkswagen Van Centre
‘The new Express Visual Check and Warm-up package offers are another initiative from Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles to underline its commitment to providing customers a convenient and high level of service and care for them and their vehicles,’ said Stephen Bateson, Head of Aftersales and Customer Care.
To find your nearest Volkswagen Van Centre or for more details of the Express Visual Check and Warm-up package, please visit www.volkswagen-vans.co.uk.
The Volkswagen Transporter van is an icon and over 10 million have been produced. Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles range now includes the Caddy Transporter and Crafter van ranges, plus the Caravelle MPV and California campervan, all available from its dedicated, nationwide network of Van Centres in the UK. For full information, or to find your nearest retailer, go to www.volkswagen-vans.co.uk.
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