I find servicing in smaller cities/town lot more convenient. Easier to get appointments, marginally cheaper labour, lesser waiting time and service advisors don’t push for unnecessary extras.
During last couple of drives noticed the wiper blades were not cleaning properly, creating lines while wiping. Realised hadn’t changed wiper blades since I bought car. Visited service center hoping for a 2-3K bill. Service advisor mentioned we can just replace the rubber instead of blade set. Pair costed about 750 plus GST. Entire blade set costs about 5K a pair.
Have switched back to Xtragreen and happy with results. Recently had to visit HP outlet and they were promoting diesel additive. Tried it but didn’t see any perceivable difference, regen happened at around 250KM mark and not much difference otherwise. Xtragreen has higher cetane number too. That said cheaper than Xtragreen, costing Rs 1.7 more per litre than regular diesel.
All my cars now get serviced at Mangalore or Puttur. Compared to Bangalore, I find servicing in smaller cities/town lot more convenient. Easier to get appointments, marginally cheaper labour, lesser waiting time and service advisors don’t push for unnecessary extras. Only downside is delivery of parts from factory takes a day or two longer. And as a bonus, you don’t have to sit in traffic for ages to reach service centre.
From recent drive to MH
At United Toyota for wiper rubber change
7 year old design
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