Your Volvo servicing at Servicing Stop caters for all models within the Volvo 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.
Volvo servicing explained
Our Volvo 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.
Volvo warranty is protected by us
European law, known as “Block Exemption”, changed in 2003, which means that Independent Garages can carry out a Volvo service without making your Volvo warranty invalid.
A Volvo 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 Volvo service books are stamped on every Volvo service we do – also each Volvo 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.
Symbolic of Swedish engineering and safety, the first Volvo (Latin for 'I roll') rolled off the production line in 1927 to critical acclaim. The company was based on the principles of quality and safety, a concept that is still primary in Volvo's thinking today. The new company produced both closed top and cabriolet models, which were robust enough to withstand the hard conditions of a Swedish winter. The badge design is the Swedish symbol for iron, symbolising the strength and inherent durability of the car - a symbol that all Volvos still wear today.
Volvo is probably one of the foremost manufacturers to develop safety features in all its cars. It was Volvo's research and development team that introduced features such as the world's first three-point safety belt in 1959 and other groundbreaking developments like crumple zones, rear facing child seats, collapsible steering columns, side impact protection all being developed as early as the late '60s and early 1970s.
Mindful of the car's impact on the environment, Volvo also developed the three-way catalytic converter, which was adopted by almost every other manufacturer. Aesthetically, the Volvo has always been something of an awkward animal, with the 240 series often mocked as a 'box on wheels'. But its innovative safety design features and reliability made it popular with 'soccer mums' across the world, and Volvo strengthened its reputation as one of the safest cars on the road.
Recently, Volvo's design team have been turning out some elegant executive cars, finally combining that impressive safety record with slightly more ergonomic styling, and the Volvo is still one of the most respected names in automotive engineering. Its reputation for safety is still second to none.
Volvo servicing made simple
Choose the Volvo 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.