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Why Do You Have To Pay More For Car Service Of Bigger Cars?


Bigger cars cost more to get serviced than smaller cars. Cars with engines which are 2.0 litres or more are more costly to get serviced. Well the reason is quite simple a bigger engine will require more oil than a smaller engine. Even in a small size car if you want to get long life or platinum spark plugs, they are going to cost more. So you should expect to pay more than the advertised cost of car service. Bigger cars not only require more oil, even the other fluids are more in quantity and require more in topping up than smaller cars.

You must make sure that the service center you are taking your car to have the equipment and training to service your car. Car service center chains that are located all over the country do have the necessary equipment and trained technicians to service all the popular cars. But do double checks before you send your car for servicing. Modern cars have a lot of onboard technology and only centers that know how to service these cars should be used. Car service centers are cheaper than car manufacturers authorised service centers and provide quality service. Do ask how much extra you will need to pay to get a big car serviced.

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