As part of its strong commitment to reducing the cost of high quality car care and maintenance, German automaker Volkswagen is launching a great value new Lifetime Brakes replacement service.
The new offer works as simple as this: if a Volkswagen customer has their car’s brake shoes or pads replaced with original VW parts at a participating VW Retailer, they can return for free replacement shoes or pads whenever they eventually wear out. This lasts for as long as they own their Volkswagen and, given that it includes the cost of parts and labor, it embodies significant value for money.
Meanwhile, all the VW Retailers have to do is present the invoice for the initial brake pad or shoe replacement. They are guaranteed to use only Volkswagen Genuine Parts, all of which are covered by a two-year warranty.
The new Lifetime Brakes offer is the newest in a range of incentives, including Fixed Price Servicing, which was developed by Volkswagen to drive down servicing and maintenance costs for the cbrand’s owners.
Apart from great deals like the new Lifetime Brakes offer, having a Volkswagen car serviced or repaired at a Volkswagen Retailer brings with it a number of advantages, one of which is the high quality of training that the brand’s technician get. The German manufacturer invests in over 70,000 hours of training annually for its UK technicians, who also have access to Volkswagen tooling and the newest Volkswagen technology.
Moreover, Lifetime Brakes can work perfectly alongside Volkswagen’s Fixed Price Servicing program, which brings peace of mind as the customer knows certainly the amount they will pay before any necessary servicing is performed on their car.
Volkswagen owners can opt for other services, including a Major Service and MoT Test. Also, Fixed Price Servicing is available for all Volkswagen cars aged three to 15 years with engines up to and including 2.0-liters.
Hamid Moaref has always been fascinated by cars and the automotive industry. His family has a longstanding association with the industry and has been in the tire business for the past 35 years. Raised in Dubai, Hamid attended Capilano University in Vancouver where he graduated with a BBA in marketing before attending an intensive course in magazine publishing in 2005. He has been the publisher and chief editor of Tires & Parts magazine for the past ten years.
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