• Air conditioning

    Keep the atmosphere cool and healthy

    Get regular checks for your vehicle air conditioning to make sure you have temperature controls and system hoses aligned, neutralize any odors and bacteria building up in the pipework, and are demisting the windows for safer driving.

  • Brakes

    The brake discs, pads, drums, shoes and fluid all need to work well for you to feel confident while stopping your car safely. Here are some signs of possible problems:

    Incase if your brake pedal feels either softer or stiffer than usual, or judders when you stop the car or if your car pulls to one side as you brake, contact the nearest Peugeot dealership to arrange a check for your braking system.

  • Oil

    How to check oil level in your car? Checking your oil is simple

    Park the car on level surface and Switch off the engine for at least Five Minutes.
    Then locate and clean dipstick, and look for the oil level marks
    Next is to Check oil level using the dipstick, which should be between the upper and lower level marks. If the oil level is closer to the lower level mark, your oil needs a top up.

    Top-up oil level

    If your oil needs a top up, remove the oil filler cap and pour in some oil. Wait a few seconds for the oil to drain down to the bottom of the engine and then re-check the level, taking care not to overfill it.

  • Brakes Fluid

    Brake oil is the fluid your Peugeot depends on. Brake fluid deteriorates over time and needs replacing at least every two years to keep your car brakes working efficiently. The fluid can put during your service if asked,

    You can also refuel the brake fluid level yourself, just top the reservoir up to “MAX” if necessary If you need to keep topping the fluid up, it could mean there’s a leak or that the pads or shoes are worn

  • Tyres

    How to check oil level in your car? Checking your oil is simple

    The Tyre pressure should be checked every two weeks, alongside checking the spare every time you drive. Look out for cuts, cracks and other signs of damage, or get them checked by our trained tyre technicians for free.


    Timing belt helps control the moving parts in the engine, including the crankshaft, camshaft and valves It’s made of a rubber-based compound and can deteriorate through general wear and tear If your timing belt fails, you may need to have your whole engine replaced. To protect your engine, have your timing belt checked regularly


    How to check oil level in your car? Checking your oil is simple

    Our pollen filters trap pollen and dust, industrial particles, spores and bacteria. If the air inside the car seems stale or the windscreen takes too long to de-mist, it could be a sign that your pollen filter needs changing. The pollen filter is replaced at each service, or you can have it checked separately.


    Using a good-quality additive in your screen wash helps to keep the wipers working well. It’s still ideal to have your windscreen wipers checked at least once a year, as ineffective wipers scratch your windscreen


    Shock absorbers are an inconspicuous part of your vehicle, an element of comfort and safely implying the adherence to the road. We recommend getting the shock absorbers checked every 20,000 Kms, since during this interval they work 1 million times.


    The battery ensures the starting and operation of all the electrical organs of your vehicle. IT’s a source of energy that stores electricity during engine operation and restores it when required. However, just like all other parts, it undergoes the natural wear and tear associated with duration of usage.

    Under normal usage, the battery lasts for around 4 years, which can vary greatly depending on the circumstances of use as well as environmental conditions. We recommend a routine visit to Peugeot network, to have a regular check thus avoiding any possible defect.

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