The company has initiated this campaign to get the periodic maintenance of Skoda cars done and also educate their customers about the same. Under the 40-point complementary check-up scheme, Skoda workshops will check the vehicles for maintenance. This will include cleaning of the plenum chamber and pollen filter. Technicians will also inspect the brake pads, functioning of wipers, lights etc. Furthermore, a thorough check-up of the car’s AC, ventilation and heating system, wheels, tyre pressure and wheel alignment will also be done.
The service technicians will also recommend parts to be changed and consumables to be replaced, so that their customers do not face any issues during the monsoons. Apart from the check-up, the manufacturer is also providing some discount on some spare parts.
Skoda's check-up camp is a good initiative to strengthen their customer-base in our country. It is gradually evolving and adopting a customer-centric approach to enhance the consumer experience.