Servicing / Bentley



Our Service package is paramount and offers:

  • Reductions in excess of half of main dealer prices.
  • Our mechanics are ex-dealership staff fully trained in every aspect of maintenance and tuning.
  • Our Service offers substantial reductions even when it comes to genuine parts. We offer you the choice to select the replacement part quality, but always suggest original is the best.
  • We will always aim to have the vehicle completed within the same day. 
  • We can fit K&N High flow Sports Air Filters* when carrying out servicing. They not only offer a performance gain and a reduction in fuel consumption, but also last up to six years which is a good cost saving on annual servicing! Please contact us for pricing.
  • We only use the finest quality appropriate Synthetic oils when servicing your vehicle. This means enhanced performance and longevity of your engine!
  • All service books are stamped and your manufacturer’s warranty will remain valid


MOT’s are priced at £54.85


Diagnostics is charged FROM £79.50 + Vat. We have full diagnostics equipment which is up to date and diagnoses early to current models.


We only use Genuine parts, consumables and OE Lubricants such as Mobil 1, etc and your service book is stamped.

All of our Bentley Servicing is carried out our facilities in Watford, Hertfordshire.

Our Bentley Servicing includes:

  • Oil and Oil Filter change.
  • Pollen Filter/ Dust Filter.
  • Wiper blades.
  • Brake Discs, Pads and Fluid inspection.
  • Full diagnostic examination.
  • Tyre pressure and Battery check.

Furthermore, we also replace the batteries in your remote control key fob.

A full inspection of the vehicle is additionally carried out and customers are advised in advance should any additional parts require replacement.

Our Bentley Service Plan is priced as follows:

Service type

Price Including Parts and Labour

Excluding VAT (£)

1 year –

10,000 miles


2 years –

20,000 miles


3 years –

30,000 miles


4 years –

40,000 miles


5 years – Models to 2006

50,000 miles


5 years – Models after 2006

50,000 miles


6 years – GT & GTC Models to 2010

60,000 miles


6 years – GT & GTC Models after 2010

60,000 miles


6 years – Flying Spur Models to 2010

60,000 miles


6 years – Flying Spur Models after 2010

60,000 miles


7 years –

70,000 miles


8 years –

80,000 miles


9 years –

90,000 miles


10 years –

100,000 miles


Prices above are dependant on mileage covered or age of vehicle; whichever comes first.

All service books are stamped and warranties remain valid. This is according to EU law which stated that aftermarket specialists can carry out services to all vehicles and ensure manufacturer warranties remain. This is called ‘Block exemption’. Please read below for further information on this.

EU Motor Vehicle Block Exemption Regulation (EU) 461/2010 (MVBER)

The motor vehicle sector benefits from its own block exemption or ‘safe harbour’ from competition rules for agreements for the distribution and servicing of motor vehicles in the EU where it can be shown that there are efficiency benefits for business and consumers alike.

A revised MVBER ((EU) 461/2010) and accompanying guidelines came into force on 1 June 2010 and apply to repair and maintenance services only. The MVBER is valid until 2023 though the guidelines can be reviewed at any time by the European Commission.

Following public consultation, the European Commission considered that a specific block exemption is no longer warranted for the sale of new cars and commercial vehicles. The Commission has therefore provided for a three year transition period until 2013 during which the previous MVBER ((EC) 1400/2002) will continue to apply. After this transitional period, the general block exemption on vertical distribution agreements ((EU) 330/2010) only will apply to the sale of new cars and commercial vehicles.
An overview of the competition rules relating to agreements between vehicle manufacturers and their authorised dealers, repairers and spare parts distributors for the distribution and servicing of motor vehicles in the EU can be found at the following link:

European Commission-Competition-Motor vehicles

These rules aim, in particular, to increase competition in the market for repair and maintenance by improving access for the independent repair and servicing sector to the technical information needed for repairs and by making it easier to use alternative spare parts.

The MVBER is directly enforced in the UK by the Office of Fair Trading, (OFT) who has responsibility for the enforcement of competition rules in the UK. The OFT can be approached for advice on any competition related complaint and can advise on any cross border issues.