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Service change

VAUXHALL is introducing a simplified servicing structure for its 2006 model year range.

The firm has extended the service interval for all petrol and diesel models to two-years/40,000-miles, but has also introduced an interim check at one year or 20,000 miles. This ‘peace of mind’ check includes an oil change and check of all electronically-controlled systems.

The new regime replaces the flexible policy of before, which could see a petrol car go for two years or 20,000 miles without attention, or two-years/ 30,000-miles for diesels.

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