Vauxhall Offers Fuel Efficiency Service Check

It seems that automotive manufacturers in the UK are showing increased interest in helping their existing customers reduce fuel costs and cut CO2 emissions. After Ford’s British division announced that it is offering the Econo Check fuel-saving service inspection, Vauxhall introduces the ecoFLEX Fuel Efficiency Service.

The new service is available for all Vauxhall models and targets the aspects of a vehicle that can have a negative influence on fuel economy.

Driving with underinflated tyres is a very common culprit, so all four corners are adjusted to the correct pressures and inspected for signs of abnormal wear. To keep the engine running freely, its oil and filter are changed and replaced with the highest grade of lubricant, which your engine will appreciate no matter how far into the service interval it may be,” stated the press release.

As part of the check, the tire pressure is measured and adjusted, the brakes, wheel bearings and air conditioning system are checked, together. In addition to that, Vauxhall’s technicians will clean the engine’s fuel system.

No matter what car you have, regular servicing plays a key role in maintaining its efficiency. For Vauxhall owners, nobody can look after your car better than trained Vauxhall MasterFit technicians using only genuine Vauxhall parts. With the ecoFLEX Fuel Efficiency Service, we are offering all Vauxhall owners the opportunity to keep their fuel bills and environmental footprint to a minimum at a cost which offers great value for money,” said Andrew Curley, Vauxhall MasterFit Manager.

The ecoFlex Fuel Efficiency Service is offered for 99 pounds, but the price drops to 29 pounds if the check is completed in combination with a vehicle’s regular service.
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