CUPRA Car Service Booking

Does your CUPRA require a service? If so, CUPRA Inverness is the go-to specialist in the Highlands.

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Our highly trained technicians handle CUPRA vehicles and have years of experience working with all models. If your car has any issues, you can trust us to identify them – and outline any required remedial action.

Making a service appointment with CUPRA Inverness is easy. Simply complete our online contact form below and in no time at all, we’ll have you booked in.

Here at CUPRA Inverness, we provide a wide range of aftersales options, including Service Plans designed to make budgeting for essential maintenance as affordable as possible. We also offer an array of repair solutions – and we carry out MOTs too.

If you’d prefer to speak to us in person, please don’t hesitate to contact us on 01463 222 841.


What is a service?

It’s a routine inspection that evaluates the overall condition of your car.

How often should you service your car?

Service interval details will be outlined in your CUPRA’s handbook but it’s generally recommended that interim services occur every six months (or 6,000 miles).

What does a car service include?

​An interim service includes a visual assessment of your CUPRA’s body, wheels and suspension, among other things – and manual checks of lights, tyres, exhausts, oil and fluid levels, etc.

What is checked on a MOT?

Dozens of things are checked, including fuel and braking systems, lights, mirrors, wipers and seatbelts.

What is a MOT?

It’s an annual inspection that assesses whether or not your vehicle meets road safety and environmental standards.

What does a full service include?

A full service takes longer because it goes into more detail, including such things as an inspection of your car’s alternator hose and vacuum hose, and the removal and rotation of wheels.

Do I need to bring anything for my car’s MOT?

A valid MOT certificate indicates that your car is roadworthy – if it fails its MOT, it’s because it’s considered to be a danger to you, your fellow passengers and other road users.

What happens if my car fails an MOT?

You’ll be given a notification of refusal – and provided with reasons for the failure, which will need to be rectified before a re-test is taken.

Can you fail a service?

No, but the accompanying report will identify issues that might prevent it from passing its MOT.