What should a good van service include and how much should it cost?

I bought my automatic petrol van in 2007.

I have done over 90,000 miles and I have serviced it regularly. I changed the Cam belt at 70,000 miles and it has got a new starting motor.

What should a good service include and how much should it cost?

Asked on 12 November 2012 by parcelcarfreddy

Answered by Honest John
Oil and oil filter change, air filter change, pollen filter change, brake fluid change. £150 - £200 at a non franchised garage. If ATF also changed then will probably be about £100 more.
Tags: vans servicing
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