As part of the constant monitoring by the ŠKODA manufacturer, both during and after production, we occassionally find things that may need to be changed or improved.
Occasionally every manufacturer finds that despite thousands of hours in testing and the most rigorous quality checks in the industry, that some components in your car may be experiencing a higher than expected failure or wear rate only identified through on going quality observation by the manufacturer. If this does occur, ŠKODA will instigate a service campaign to rectify the issues of the affected cars to ensure your ŠKODA continues to provide safe and satisfying motoring for the rest of the life of the car.
How do I find out if my car has any outstanding service campaigns?
ŠKODA will contact you by letter if we suspect that there is a component on your car that we would like to check. You contact your ŠKODA service dealership and make a booking to have your car inspected.
Alternatively, if you would like to check if your car has any outstanding service campaigns that have not been completed, make a booking at your ŠKODA service dealer. Your dealership can plug your car into the diagnostic tester and check with a worldwide database for any campaigns that could affect your car.
What is covered?
The service check will be performed free of charge for both New Zealand new and used import vehicles alike. Labour for the service inspection will be covered, as will the cost of any component that is replaced as a precautionary measure.
If your vehicle falls into one or more of the service campaigns below and has not been to the dealership to be checked, then make a booking to have the car checked over by our factory trained technicians.
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