Your Vauxhall servicing at Servicing Stop caters for all models within the Vauxhall 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.
Vauxhall servicing explained
Our Vauxhall 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.
Vauxhall warranty is protected by us
European law, known as “Block Exemption”, changed in 2003, which means that Independent Garages can carry out a Vauxhall service without making your Vauxhall warranty invalid.
A Vauxhall 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 Vauxhall service books are stamped on every Vauxhall service we do – also each Vauxhall 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.
Vauxhall took its name from the area of south London where founder Alex Wilson set up a factory to manufacture pumps and engines 150 years ago. The first Vauxhall car rolled off the production line in 1903 as Wilson combined his expertise learnt through producing engines for other industries. The company remained in British hands until 1925, when American giant General Motors bought out the organisation and started applying US marketing techniques to European innovation.
Merging the two styles together was fruitful for the company, but the Second World War meant that the demand was for ordnance rather than automobiles, so the company adapted their machinery to build the Churchill tank. After the war, the company went back to manufacturing cars, although this was a quiet period for the company's history and it wasn't until the 1970s that Vauxhall underwent a resurgence in popularity, thanks to the Viva and Victor models.
Despite the popularity of the Victor in particular, Vauxhall faced stiff competition from rivals such as Ford and the company had to do some serious redesigning to stay in the fight. Emphasis was shifted into producing reliable, affordable and universally acceptable family cars with the Astra leading the way in the small family hatchback race. Vauxhall concentrated on the new 'super-mini' generation of cars thanks to the success of the Astra, and went on to develop the Nova.
In the 90s, Vauxhall launched a host of new and redesigned models, all of which have stood the test of time and are still one of the most common sights on UK roads today. Vauxhall has built a reputation for designing cars that appeal to the masses, avoiding the tricky area of sports cars and sticking to what they do best - family-friendly hatchbacks that are great around town. Today, Vauxhall is one of the most widely used car brands in the UK.
Vauxhall servicing made simple
Choose the Vauxhall 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.