To enhance your experience of this website we use cookies. By using this website you are agreeing to the use of cookies by Nationwide Service Repair Network Limited on this website.

tickDismiss this messagetick

National Service Network
Find prices for MOTs and services in your local area in 3 easy steps

Your discount has already been applied to all prices shown

800 031

  • Affordable Volkswagen servicing at your local garage, backed up by NSN
  • 12-month guarantee on all parts and work carried out
  • Service will not invalidate your warranty
  • Free collection & delivery!*
  • Book today and receive 20% off an MOT, 10% off a service or 33% off an MOT when booked with a service

Step 1 Location

Step 2 Make & Model
National Service Network can service, MOT and repair all models of Volkswagen cars
Step 3 Products & Pricing
Full Service (includes discount)from £150.47
Interim Service (includes discount)from £82.09
MOT with full service (33% off MOT, 10% off service)from £187.21

Volkswagen Service

Our garages all have the latest diagnostic equipment to MOT, repair and service most Volkswagen cars. All prices on this website are for undertaking your Volkswagen service based on our great value Interim or Full Service menu programme but we can also service your Volkswagen to the manufacturer programme if you prefer. NSN use high quality oils and parts that are manufactured to Volkswagen (OE - Original Equipment) standard and so will not invalidate your warranty

View what our Interim or Full Service contains

We can service these models made by Volkswagen:

Read Volkswagen articles

Famously, Volkswagen, or VW (meaning people's car) was originated by Hitler in 1933. He wanted a car for the working man. The result was the VW Beetle, released in 1936.

During World War II, the VW factory was heavily bombed. The American forces captured it and handed it over to the British, who began to use it to produce their own Beetles for use as light transport cars. American, British and French companies could not be convinced to buy the factory and so it continued to produce cars for military use until the end of the war.

Bereft of interested parties, allied forces handed VW back to the Germans, By 1955, 1 million Beetles had been produced. By 1973, this figure stood at 16 million, making the Beetle the most-produced car in history. The surprising aspect of this was that the heavy sales were in North America, where clever advertising and its reputation for reliability - characteristics that have stayed with VW to this day – helped sell the Beetle to the new generation.

Today's VW is famous for the Golf, Polo and Passat. Over the years, VW has shifted its focus from entry-level cars to mid-range and higher, with the technology and trim in its models reflecting this change, and has enjoyed considerable success as a result.

Largest garage network in the UK
FREE collection and delivery
12 month/12,000 mile national guarantee

Contact us About us Home How it works MOT Servicing Home Contact us About us How it works MOT Servicing Refresh Refresh Advert Hero 1 Hero 2 Hero 3 On Off Enter Send Search Search Book now Book now Continue Step 1 Step 2 Step 3