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Here at Bannerman SEAT in Inverness, we provide a wide range of aftersales solutions. Our manufacturer-approved technicians use the latest SEAT approved diagnostic equipment in order to carry out interim and full car services.

If it’s time for your SEAT to be serviced, please don’t hesitate to make your appointment by completing our online booking form below.

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Our wide-ranging aftersales options include Service Plans that help our customers to budget for essential maintenance. Our technical crew performs all manner of repair work too – and we’re authorised to conduct MOT examinations.

No worries. To make your service appointment, please call our service team on 01463 222841, Monday to Friday.


What is a service?

Essentially, it’s a car health check.

How often should you service your car?

On average, an interim service should occur every six months (or 6,000 miles). Your specific SEAT model’s handbook will provide a clearer indication – or, feel free to contact us if you’re at all unsure.

What does a car service include?

It depends on the car you drive but, among other things, we’ll look at the body, suspension and wheels, and check tyres, exhausts, lights, fluid levels, etc.

What is checked on a MOT?

Dozens of checks are made, including exhaust and fuel systems, tyres, lights, windscreen wipers, mirrors and seatbelts.

What is a MOT?

 It’s an annual Ministry of Transport test that establishes whether or not your vehicle is road-legal and safe.

What does a full service include?

It involves more checks and takes longer than an interim service. For instance, we’ll perform engine oil changes and/or filter replacements, we’ll tune the engine and we’ll check the steering alignment.

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

It’s mandatory for vehicles more than three years old; a valid MOT certificate is necessary to drive your car legally.

What happens if my car fails an MOT?

You’ll be provided with a ‘refusal of MOT certificate’ (VT3), and you’ll only be allowed to drive it away if your current MOT certificate is valid and there are no ‘dangerous’ issues. The car will need to be repaired before a re-test can be made.

Can you fail a service?

Not as such but if there any serious issues are identified, they will need to be remedied sooner rather than later.