Your Renault servicing at Servicing Stop caters for all models within the Renault 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.
Renault servicing explained
Our Renault 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.
Renault warranty is protected by us
European law, known as “Block Exemption”, changed in 2003, which means that Independent Garages can carry out a Renault service without making your Renault warranty invalid.
A Renault 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 Renault service books are stamped on every Renault service we do – also each Renault 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.
French manufacturer Renault started life in 1898, when the Renault brothers began making a name for themselves winning a string of races with their earliest models. After adopting mass production techniques in 1905, the Renault factory geared up production, producing everything from ambulances and trucks to the famous FT17 tank that had a decisive contribution to the outcome of World War One.
After the war, Renault fought to keep costs under control, streamlining its activities and production methods, and politics entered into the mix with Renault considering the advent of the war with Nazi Germany as a mistake. The company was nationalised in 1945, and spend the next few years modernising. It was this that made the difference - Renault realised that production methods and designs were antiquated and put their resources into innovation. Success came with the 4CV, marketed as the 'first small car for everyone', followed by the Renault 4 and 5. They then went upmarket, launching the Renault 16, whilst still managing to achieve impressive results in rallying.
During the 1980s, the company continued to grow, but concerns also arose about the rate of the expansion. Towards the end of the decade, Renault underwent a major restructuring and survived. Just.
In 1999, Renault took a stake in Japanese manufacturer Nissan and focused on innovation and developing new vehicles including the Megane and Laguna. These were huge successes for the company, and with the acquisition of Samsung Motors and Dacia, Renault went truly international. Today, the company enjoys huge popularity, and its eye-catching designs, quirky features and superb build quality make this French manufacturer one of the most popular names in the market. They are now working with energy company EDF and presenting a prototype fuel cell Scenic and the Z.E. Concept car, proving that innovation still lies at the heart of Renault.
Renault servicing made simple
Choose the Renault 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.