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Milton Keynes, 26 November 2015 - ŠKODA wants to remind customers that checking the health of their vehicle becomes even more important in the winter months, as colder temperatures put extra strain on their vehicles.
For just £25, ŠKODA customers can book their car in at one of ŠKODA's participating retailers across the UK, where their car will undergo a seven-point check on some of the most essential parts of a vehicle which suffer during the winter months. No detail is too small for the fully-trained technicians as they check tyres, lights, brakes, wiper blades, air-conditioning, batteries and fluids.
The Winter Health Check also includes a complimentary antifreeze washer fluid top-up, full vehicle performance report and a free ŠKODA thermo mug. Available all winter, the service runs until 31 March 2016.
Warren Richards, Head of Service and Parts Operations at ŠKODA UK said, "With the nights drawing in and temperatures dropping, it’s more important than ever that vehicles are in tip-top condition. The ŠKODA Winter Health Check gives our customers peace of mind that their ŠKODA has been inspected by our fully trained ŠKODA technicians and is in good shape for the winter weather conditions."
To find out more and book a Winter Health Check,
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ŠKODA DESIGN emphasises its commitment to a distinct design identity with continuous development of its design language. Harmonious proportions, clean-cut lines, bold contours and crystalline features are combined to create a design that places a focus on precision and clarity. One of the sources of inspiration for ŠKODA's designers is Czech crystal glass art, which is characterised by outstanding craftsmanship. This yields an expressive, emotionally charged design which harmoniously combines aesthetics and functionality.
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