WhoCanFixMyCar explains how much Volkswagen servicing costs, including the average price across different models.
Volkswagen servicing prices across different models
The average cost of a full service for Ford is £174.23.
Which is the cheapest Volkswagen model for a full service?
You might expect SUVs to be more expensive when it comes to servicing than small city cars, but in the case of Volkswagen - at least the T-Cross - you’d be wrong.
Believe it or not, the T-Cross is actually cheaper on average for a full service than the VW Up, a small city car which you’d probably expect to take the crown. The T-Cross costs just £155.64 and is available with less powerful engines and less impressive trim levels than its sibling the T-Roc, making it a great budget choice.
We’re back onto familiar and expected territory with the VW Up (pictured below), which is the second cheapest model for a full service at £160.96
Which is the most expensive Volkswagen model for a full service?
The VW T-Roc is the most expensive model for a full service by a country mile at £183.24. Though Volkswagen might have arrived late to the crossover hatchback party, there’s no doubt that the T-Roc is still able to impress with both its styling and its polished engine - though the sky-high average cost of a full service admittedly lets it down.
The second cheapest Volkswagen model for a full service is the Sharan, a spacious seven seat MPV that competes with cars like the Ford Galaxy. On average, it costs £182.40 - almost £30 more expensive than the VW T-Cross.