Your Porsche servicing at Servicing Stop caters for all models within the Porsche vehicle range, if you do not see your vehicle in the list below please call us and we will give you a quote for your car service accordingly.
Porsche servicing explained
Our Porsche service has an extensive list of checks. Our approved garages have the latest equipment, which allows our qualified technicians and mechanics to diagnose any problems quickly and efficiently.
Porsche warranty is protected by us
European law, known as “Block Exemption”, changed in 2003, which means that Independent Garages can carry out a Porsche service without making your Porsche warranty invalid.
A Porsche service with one of our approved garages means that your car service has its warranty protected, because we use genuine parts which are of “Original Equipment” (OE) quality standard.
All Porsche service books are stamped on every Porsche service we do – also each Porsche service carries a 12 month Parts and Labour Guarantee.
The Interim and Full service schedule descriptions we provide are just a guide of what we do and will vary on what each Manufacturer service schedule says, some additional items maybe required to comply with your warranty. However, we always provide a complete quote before anything additional is carried out.
The history of Porsche is essentially the history of the iconic 911. Ferdinand Porsche, the founder of the company, was a maverick engineer who designed the first electric/gasoline hybrid in 1900 (proving that hybrids are not exactly a new invention!). He worked with illustrious names such as Daimler, Mercedes, and Volkswagen and was responsible for the creation of the Volkswagen Beetle in 1931.
But it was his son who picked up the torch and designed the first ever true 'Porsche' - the 356. This groundbreaking car had a rear-mounted, 40-horsepower VW engine and, as this was post-war Europe, parts from wherever the company could source them. Spotting the potential of the car, a Swiss distributor ordered five and one month after the first 356 left the factory, the Porsche team won their first race, setting up the Porsche legacy for supercar racing.
The big break came in 1963 with the launch of the very first 911. With a 2-litre, six-cylinder engine that put out 130bhp, the 911 was an instant success. Porsche realised they had a winner on their hands and concentrated on research and development - a principle that they carry on now. In 1990, Porsche introduced its 'Tiptronic' clutchless manual transmission system, which was finally replaced by the dual-clutch PDK system in 2009. The one millionth Porsche rolled off the production line in 1996 and today, the brand is still considered to be one of the finest examples of sportscar engineering and design. The original 911 is still the inspiration for the very latest Panamera (due to be launched in 2010) and is as iconic now as it was 50 years ago. They only actually manufacture four models, but it is testament to the quality that a Porsche is the one car that nearly every true petrol-head aspires to own.
Porsche servicing made simple
Choose the Porsche service you want by calling us, emailing us or by requesting a call back.
Free collection will then be arranged from home or work.
No additional work is carried out without you the customer agreeing to it, making sure you are aware at all times of any extra work needed and the cost involved.