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928 Servicing tailored to your requirements

Since its introduction in the mid 1970's the Porsche 928 has evolved over the course of two decades. Originally a 4.5 Litre V8 Engine, the evolution of this model proceeded through several engine sizes, model variants and valve configurations. Often ahead of conventional automotive technology, the 928 requires expert attention to avoid expensive faults which could overwise be avoided. At JMG Porsche we are familiar and equipped to deal with with both the latest 928 GTS of 1995 through to the earliest 1970's 4.5 928. This includes equipment to even deal with the more unusual equipment found on the 928 such as various fuel injection, PSD pumps and digital dashboards.  

Selecting the correct service for your Porsche can often be a confusing task for those who do not deal with it every day, more so if you only cover few miles per year, so we tend to recommend that when you need servicing ask us for our advice, we will be more than happy to ask you a few questions and reply with the ideal service for your Porsche.  If on the other hand you are sure which service you would like performing from the factory schedule, we are also more than happy to do so.

As part of the service your car will be inspected beyond the usual items listed by Porsche to be inspected. Should we find any problems, we will try to call you so it is important to make sure you are available by telephone and if you are unable to answer our call, to call us back as soon as possible so we can discuss the issues and if need be, so you can authorise any additional repairs.

Service prices for this model start at only £94.10 Including all parts and labour and VAT for a yearly inspection.

On the other hand, you could take advantage of the JMG Maintenance Plan, where all servicing, MOT, diagnostics and repairs will cost you from only £60 per month. Please click the tab labled JMG Plan above this article to read more..

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