For your entire Volkswagen servicing needs, look no further than the multi award winning Phillips (Lisburn) Ltd.
All our technicians undergo continuous, thorough Volkswagen training to make sure your vehicle receives the highest standard of care it deserves.
We only use genuine Volkswagen parts & equipment because we believe in quality and our parts come with a 2 year guarantee. Also, our labour rate is extremely competitive in the Northern Ireland network.
We offer a range of courtesy facilities to help your day run smoothly -
- collection & delivery of your car throughout the Lisburn area
- a courtesy car can be reserved when making your appointment
- a lift into Lisburn City/ Sprucefield or home if you live locally
- a waiting area with complimentary drinks, if you choose to wait on your vehicle
When to service your Petrol or Diesel car
Your car will normally let you know when you need a service by beeping and displaying a message in your dash panel every time you start your car. With touchscreen infotainment systems, you can go into the car settings and see how long is left before a service is due on your car. Your car is smart - it monitors the oil, and when it feels that the oil is no longer lubricating the engine sufficiently, it will tell you that a service is due.
This is different for every driver and will depend on how you drive your car and what type of driving you do. For example, if you drive steadily and gently, then you will probably be able to drive further before a service is due than someone who stops and starts a lot or drives hard. If your service indicator hasnt appeared by the time you get to either 20,000 miles or 2 years (whichever comes first), then you will need to contact us and book in for a service - that is the longest or furthest that the car can travel before it needs a service.
We can take the hassle out of passing your MOT by doing some or all of the following -
- book your MOT appointment
- prepare your vehicle for MOT & wash the car (including underneath)
- present your vehicle at the MOT centre
Below is an example of some of our prices for common jobs -
Up! Minor Service £150
Up! Major Service £265
Other Models Minor Service £165 (Polo, Golf, Tiguan, Passat, etc)
Other Models Major Service £275 (Polo, Golf, Tiguan, Passat, etc)
Touareg Minor Service £200
Touareg Major Service £315
Electric Cars Minor Service £70
Electric Cars Major Service £100
Air Filter From £44.75
Pollen Filter From £37.75
Brake Fluid Change From £30.80
Spark Plugs From £101.25
Front Brake Pads From £212
Front Brake Discs From £187.50
Servicing electric vehicles
Servicing an electric car or van is simpler than servicing a petrol or diesel – and that means it costs less. Just another benefit of going electric.
The fewer moving parts your car has, the fewer things can go wrong and need replacing. Services can then end up being cheaper and your vehicle causes you less hassle overall.
What’s different about an electric service?
When you bring your electric vehicle in for a service, we check for all the usual service items, legal requirements of a roadworthy car, such as wear on the braking system, your headlights and tyre condition to name a few. However when servicing Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV), we also inspect and replace electric-specific elements, such as:
- Charging cable: we check that a cable is present and visually check its condition
- High-voltage battery: we check the charge level and recharge it if necessary
- High-voltage components and high-voltage cables: we inspect these for damage and correct routing and securing of lines
Serviced by the best
You can take your electric car to Phillips Volkswagen, an authorised retailer, to get it serviced. No one knows your Volkswagen like we do, so a service through us gives you peace of mind that your electric vehicle is always in safe hands.
When to service your electric vehicle.
Inspection Service - at 18,000 miles or 24 months (whichever comes first), then every 18,000 miles or 12 months
Expanded Inspection Service - 36,000 miles or 36 months (whichever comes first), then every 36,000 miles or 24 months