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Stretching out service intervals?

Asked by Daniel Roellin

Next month the six-month service comes up on my Suzuki Jimny, but instead of the assumed 10,000km I have only done 3000. Extrapolating this the car will have been serviced 10 times by the time it has 30,000km on the clock, whereas the assumed mileage is 100,000km. Sounds like overkill to me. What do you recommend in my situation?

Answered by CarsGuide

22 May 2015 Graham Smith

As much as I don't like to recommend that you don't service your car I think in this case you could extend the time between services, but don't let it go beyond 12 months.

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