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Capped servicing for VW up!

Buyers of the VW up! now get even better value with capped servicing.
Buyers of the VW up! now get even better value with capped servicing.

VOLKSWAGEN is turning the screws on its competition.

Surprising the Australian motoring world recently with its low entry price of $13,990 for its up! small car, VW has inducted the pint-sizer into its capped servicing plan.

The plans enable buyers to know exactly what it costs to maintain their vehicle over a set term.

Encompassing six years or 90,000km (whichever comes first), buys of the up! will only have to pay $1874.50 during this time.

The German car maker said Volkswagen Capped Price Service Program, together with a competitive Volkswagen Warranty and Volkswagen Roadside Assist, builds a very comprehensive service offering for the up!, already the most affordable new Volkswagen, and the most affordable five-star ANCAP-rated car, on the market.


The Volkswagen Capped Price Service Program applies to all Volkswagen up! sold since its introduction in Australia.

 

 

Interval in km / months

Price inclusive of GST

(whichever comes first)

15,000 or 12 months  

$280   

30,000 or 24 months  

$280  

45,000 or 36 months  

$332.50  

60,000 or 48 months  

$369.50  

75,000 or 60 months  

$280  

90,000 or 72 months   

$332.50  

Total

$1,874.50  

Topics:  cars, cars news, motoring



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