Servicing and maintenance
All Citroën vehicles in the region are required to have a service after 1500 Km and then every 10 000Km or 1 year, which ever occurs first.
Contact your local dealer for an appointment, and to find our more on what they can offer you to make the servicing of your vehicle a more pleasant experience.
CITROËN EXPRESS BODYWORK
Any small dents or scratches on your vehicle’s bodywork can be repaired by our specialists in less than 24 hours*!
To repair minor impacts and restore your vehicle to its original condition, our selection of attractively priced bodywork services will make your vehicle look as good as new.
*From the time you leave your vehicle in the workshop and subject to network availability.
CITROËN WINDSCREEN REPAIRS
For your comfort and safety, our specialists repair any impacts to make sure that your windscreen remains clear and transparent.
An impact in the wrong place can hamper visibility. It also increases the fragility of your windscreen, which could shatter with the slightest bump. Our technicians use a special resin to repair impacts. Once polished, your windscreen is as strong and as good as new.
One or two impacts can be repaired, only if they are no larger than a coin and are not in the driver’s field of vision.
AIR CONDITIONING CHECK
You use your air conditioning system in different ways at different times of year. For optimal comfort and safety, your system requires regular servicing.
Our technicians carry out eight specific checks on your air conditioning system to ensure that it is in perfect working order, that the air is correctly filtered, and that the window demister functions correctly.
The air conditioning check ensures comfort and perfect visibility on the road.
FREE PRE-VEHICLE INSPECTION CHECK-UP
When your vehicle is due for its compulsory technical inspection, our technicians can carry out a free check-up on any make of car.
Our experts check all parts of your vehicle and inform you of any essential repairs. If you wish, we can carry out the repairs in our workshops and then take the vehicle to an approved inspection centre. As a result, you do not need to worry about the demands of the technical inspection or pay for a second inspection.
Your vehicle must undergo its first compulsory inspection in the six months preceding the fourth anniversary of its first registration. Thereafter, it must take the test every two years.