At last a definitive answer- Petrol servicing requirements

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Re: At last a definitive answer- servicing requirements

Post by Scuba » Thu Nov 07, 2019 11:47 pm

I have a P250 and remote app tells me I am due a service in 15,600 miles, it’s a month old and I’ve done about 900 miles which falls in line with the 16k limit mentioned a couple of posts ago.
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Re: At last a definitive answer- servicing requirements

Post by PhilB » Fri Nov 08, 2019 6:23 am

If anybody is wondering about service intervals on the later petrol cars then try putting your vehicle details in the calculator and see what comes up.
This is where several have seen 2 years/21,000 miles for ingenium petrols.
https://www.jaguar.co.uk/owners/servicing-maintenance/service-plans.html
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Re: At last a definitive answer- servicing requirements

Post by Vespa » Fri Nov 08, 2019 8:11 am

Diesel service intervals are 2 years or sooner if the mileage is higher than 21000. However the car also calculates the number of starts and mileage and the service mileage will reduce for cars doing short journeys. Mine is now reading 15670 to next service and I have only done 1200 miles since the last service, all of which is really short journeys. The car is obviously looking after itself regarding oil changes. I intend annual oil changes now.
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Re: At last a definitive answer- servicing requirements

Post by Indianajons » Fri Nov 08, 2019 8:40 am

Vespa wrote:
Fri Nov 08, 2019 8:11 am
Diesel service intervals are 2 years or sooner if the mileage is higher than 21000. However the car also calculates the number of starts and mileage and the service mileage will reduce for cars doing short journeys. Mine is now reading 15670 to next service and I have only done 1200 miles since the last service, all of which is really short journeys. The car is obviously looking after itself regarding oil changes. I intend annual oil changes now.
I think it’s just calculating how many miles it’s expecting you to do in the remainder of 24 months to the next service
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Re: At last a definitive answer- servicing requirements

Post by PhilB » Fri Nov 08, 2019 9:21 am

I think this thread was started regarding the recent anomalies with regards to petrol servicing schedules.
I've changed the title to reflect this.
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Re: At last a definitive answer- Petrol servicing requirements

Post by Alanqs » Sat Nov 09, 2019 4:59 pm

I looked up my car on the link in a previous post and it's 21,000 miles/2 years and says based upon current mileage and age, my first service will be due in August 2021. Remember, I got told the first service was currently £260 at my dealer, and the 2nd service was high three hundreds, how amazed was I to see that their service plan until 2025 containing only three services, was £1,597 !!!

That, surely, is a monumental rip-off and one of the payment options was to pay the full bill NOW, six years before the last service! Un-believable. Is there anyone here who would pay for it that way, up-front, six years before the final service?

Are Jaguar stupid? Or is it their customers?
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Re: At last a definitive answer- Petrol servicing requirements

Post by PhilB » Sat Nov 09, 2019 5:42 pm

Alanqs wrote:
Sat Nov 09, 2019 4:59 pm
I looked up my car on the link in a previous post and it's 21,000 miles/2 years and says based upon current mileage and age, my first service will be due in August 2021. Remember, I got told the first service was currently £260 at my dealer, and the 2nd service was high three hundreds, how amazed was I to see that their service plan until 2025 containing only three services, was £1,597 !!!

That, surely, is a monumental rip-off and one of the payment options was to pay the full bill NOW, six years before the last service! Un-believable. Is there anyone here who would pay for it that way, up-front, six years before the final service?

Are Jaguar stupid? Or is it their customers?
Exactly my thoughts.
I think my quote worked out at £581 per service on their plan.
I won't be keeping the car for 6 years and I'm not paying the stupid amount they want on the plan.
It will probably have just one service before I pass it on so I'll pay myself and it will be a lot less than £581 !!!!!
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Re: At last a definitive answer- Petrol servicing requirements

Post by T0nnage » Tue Nov 19, 2019 6:08 pm

Using that link to the service plan, it also came up with 2 years/21k miles for my MY20 P250.

I hope that is right - will have to check what the car says!


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Re: At last a definitive answer- Petrol servicing requirements

Post by isd101 » Mon Dec 02, 2019 11:42 am

My 2017 2.0 Petrol shows service information in the 'Vehicle Info' display ONLY when ignition on but engine not running.

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Re: At last a definitive answer- Petrol servicing requirements

Post by Stephen » Tue Dec 03, 2019 7:35 am

Just been going through the Build Sheet of the P250 S I have on order, and it states 'Service Distance 34,000 km' and Service Interval 24 months'. 34,000 km is equal to 21,000 miles.
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