Booking a service with the Bannerman Group for Peugeot is easy. Simply complete our online form below and we’ll respond quickly to confirm details of your appointment.
If your car needs servicing, there’s no one better in the Highlands to do it than Ken’s Garage in Kildary, Invergordon or Alan Milne’s in Elgin. Both dealerships are Peugeot specialists and are part of the Bannerman Group.
At each location, our expert technicians understand Peugeot models inside and out, and work with Peugeot approved leading-edge diagnostic and repair equipment. You can rely on us to deliver excellent results, every time – and at a price you can afford.
We provide a wide range of servicing options. For instance, our Service Plans are designed to help motorists comfortably budget for essential maintenance. We offer numerous Peugeot repair and MOT solutions. Indeed, servicing with the Bannerman Group will help to ensure your car passes each MOT without a hitch.
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No problem. To make your service, repair or MOT appointment, please contact Ken’s Garage on 01862 842266 or Alan Milne on 01343 542254.
It’s a routine check-up that assesses the condition of your vehicle.
On average, every six months (or 6,000 miles). Your particular Peugeot model’s handbook will contain recommended service interval information. Or, you can contact us – we’ll be happy to advise you.
We carry out a visual check, looking at your Peugeot’s body and wheels, for instance. We’ll also perform manual gearbox, steering and headlight checks, among other things, just to make sure they’re working properly. We’ll inspect engine oil and coolant levels too.
Numerous checks are made, including a car’s braking system, seatbelts, windscreen wipers, lights, mirrors, exhaust and fuel system.
It’s an annual inspection that evaluates the roadworthiness of your vehicle.
It goes into more detail. For example, it involves the removal and rotation of wheels and (where necessary) the replacement of components such as fuel filters (diesel cars) and cabin filters.
An MOT is mandatory for the vast majority of vehicles that are more than three years old; it establishes whether or not a car meets minimum road safety and environmental standards.
Our examiner will provide you with a refusal notification, which will outline faults that will need to be remedied before a re-test can be scheduled.
No. However, we will provide you with details of any issues, highlighting those that require immediate attention.