Your new Opel comes with our complete service package – Opel Service. It covers the scheduled servicing of your Opel for the first three years, or 60,000 kms of travel (whichever occurs first).
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We have invested in facilities, training and equipment, as well as dedicated staff to ensure that you can enjoy your Opel motoring with “total peace of mind”.
This investment includes the latest in Opel factory specified equipment and service facilities, including the “Opel” Diagnostic computer.
Modern cars are smart enough to talk to technicians about any problems they may be experiencing. However, you need to speak the car’s language. The “Opel” Diagnostic Computer is supported by a factory technical team, the same team that designed and built your Opel. The Diagnostic Computer is used as part of each service, checking for diagnostic codes, or assisting with replacement of spare parts such as battery, keys, remote controls and a wide range of electrical components.
The factory trained technicians know and understand your Opel, better than anybody else. You can be confident that your vehicle’s service and maintenance requirements are being looked after in the best possible way. This includes using only Opel Genuine Parts with any service or repair, as well as coming with the assurance of the Nation-wide Opel warranty on both parts and labour.
The details of the Opel warranty are found in the Opel Service and Warranty Booklet in your glovebox.
Opel Trained Technicians
You are safe in the knowledge that the Opel dealership technicians looking after your pride and joy are all factory trained. Their training includes the latest in learning with classroom instruction supplemented by virtual classroom and web based information. Opel technicians also have the factory technical information on all vehicle systems at their fingertips. We ensure we have the latest information available at all times.
Your Opel has been manufactured to a very high engineering standard, so it is important that you keep this in mind when maintaining your vehicle. When it comes to replacing engine oil, it is important that you choose oil that meets the high standards set by Opel. As Opel is a member of the General Motors family, we only recommend oil that meets the standards set by GM engineers.
For your Opel, the engine oil must meet the “dexos1” standards. A “dexos1” engine oil is a long life synthetic oil, developed by GM engineers after an extensive development process, to meet the demands of a modern petrol engine.
The correct engine oil ensures that your engine continues to operate as it was designed, particularly the emission and fuel consumption requirements of the Euro5 standard.