Why you should get your Suzuki serviced by an approved authorised Suzuki repairer

Added: 14 May 2019


Whether you buy your Suzuki new or used, it’s inevitable that it will need servicing at some point. From suspension and air con checks to MOTs and full diagnostic check ups, every car needs to go to the garage at some point.

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When it’s time for your Suzuki to be serviced, don’t take any chances. Going to the wrong repairer may cost less in some cases, but could cost you a lot more in the long run. If you don’t take your Suzuki car to be serviced by an approved Suzuki technician, there are a number of risks that come with it.

Here are some of the reasons why it’s always best to stick with an authorised repairer when taking your Suzuki car in for servicing. 

They know your car

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As simple as it may sound, an approved authorised Suzuki repairer knows your car better than any other technician out there. If you’re going to part with your cash and you want to have your car back and ready as quickly as possible, it makes sense to leave it in the hands of someone who knows the car well. Not only will they be used to servicing Suzuki cars, but you can be sure they’ve seen your car and model before and know exactly what it needs.

Someone who isn’t familiar with your car is much more likely to make a mistake - which could cost you even more time and money in the long run.

You can be sure they’ve had extensive high quality training

To become a Suzuki approved repairer, there is a certain level of training that needs to be completed. Our Suzuki technicians at Hilton Suzuki undergo hundreds of hours of training every year to ensure they can provide the very highest level of care for your vehicle. They are constantly learning, gaining new skills and knowledge so they can provide an exceptional level of service to every customer who walks through our door.

Your warranty will still be valid

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Taking your Suzuki to an approved service centre protects your warranty as well as the car itself. Whenever you go to an unapproved service centre, there’s always a risk of something going wrong. Should the worst happen, you may find that your Suzuki car’s warranty is no longer valid. If your car suffers any kind of failure later on and it’s shown to be because of sub-par servicing or repair, the failure may not be covered under warranty.

They will only use genuine Suzuki parts

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An approved Suzuki service centre will only use genuine Suzuki parts and accessories when they are needed. This means your car will only ever be fixed with high quality parts and your warranty will still be valid after the service should you ever need to use it.

Any work undertaken comes with the Suzuki service promise

Every Suzuki service undertaken at Hilton Suzuki comes with the Suzuki Service Promise. This includes nine things you can guarantee we will provide for you and you can see them all on our Suzuki servicing page

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