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Does HH cover cost for parts as well as labour? So no payments for 5 years except the £500?
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parts that are needed for the service are included if that's what you're asking ?
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The honda website says everything is covered, cost of materials, labour and VAT.
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parts that are needed for the service are included if that's what you're asking ?
Oh i see! so just one payment and everything is covered?
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yup

although your car has to be less than 8 months old with less than 8k miles i believe

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You are quite correct, Neemstar!
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You'll need to get it before October 1st it goes up to £550 on that date.
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Oh i see! so just one payment and everything is covered?
Be careful - not everything is covered

Things like brake disks and pads, tyres, exhaust are not covered - so you could take your car in for a service not expecting to pay anything and then being handed a bill for £280 for new brakes all round
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Honda's website says that whatever is in the service book is what's covered. Any additional maintenance or adjustments that are not part of the servicing schedule is not covered.
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Honda's website says that whatever is in the service book is what's covered. Any additional maintenance or adjustments that are not part of the servicing schedule is not covered.
Oh you put that so eloquently Wheelie
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That last comment of your's was well written too!!
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So if I have HH and my brake pads need changing and I provide them with EBC pads, they shouldn't charge me labour, should they?

Think I have just found an answer to my question... Brake pads are not part of service schedule, so I gues I would need to pay 85 quid as per normal HH pads change even though they don't provide me with parts.

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I would ask your dealer on that one!
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