Saab offers free MOT test to customers

Saab technicians will be on hand for customers
Saab technicians will be on hand for customers

Saab is hoping to entice customers to its registered garages by offering a free MOT service to owners.

In a bid to keep customer satisfaction levels high, Saab is giving owners the chance to join its Saab Service Club, one of the benefits of which is an annual inspection of the vehicle.

Such a move will draw valuable MOT tests away from the aftermarket, at a time when garages are fighting to keep the current system format.

In the ever-more competitive world of manufacturing, companies are trying to keep customers happy by whatever means necessary. Saab is promising that the free MOT service will be carried out by fully trained technicians, and garages have a plentiful supply of Saab parts should they be required.

David Leighton, aftersales business development manager at Saab GB said: “The Saab Service Club offers a cost-effective way to keep Saabs in perfect running condition through their lifetime of ownership and members can now take advantage of the free MOT offer available to them immediately after registering.”

Published by Darrenmoss

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