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How Having Your Car Regularly Serviced at the Dealer Can Help Maintain its Value

Last updated 6 years ago

Though you love your car, there may come a time when you need to get sell it—that’s why it’s important to make sure that your Volkswagen or Subaru gets the best service possible during your period of ownership. Though some drivers opt to visit neighborhood garages, nothing beats the quality of a dealership service center. Here’s a brief explanation of how having your car regularly serviced at your dealer can help maintain its value:   

Official Service Records

Before most people buy a used car, they want to know exactly what it has been through. That’s why a detailed vehicle history report with a complete record of past dealer maintenance is very valuable. If you’re considering trading in your Volkswagen for a new model down the road, you’ll find that your dealer will look favorably on the regular maintenance and likely give you a higher trade-in value.   

High-Quality Maintenance

In order to get the best service possible for your vehicle, it’s important that you take it to the dealership which specializes in its specific make. If your vehicle receives top-notch maintenance its entire life, you’re bound to fetch quite a price for it.  

OEM Parts

There are hundreds of models of cars out there, each with thousands of parts—that’s why it’s impossible for an independent garage to stock original equipment manufacturer (OEM) components. However, a Volkswagen dealer’s service center has access to all of the specific parts needed for Volkswagen vehicles. These are guaranteed to keep your car in tip-top shape and preserve its warranty.  

If your Saab, Subaru, or Volkswagen requires service, come by Falcone Automotive today. Our president, Bob Falcone, entered the automotive business from a service perspective, so our focus has always been on providing top-quality maintenance and repairs. To learn more, call us at (317) 263-0002.


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