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  • Q. If servicing is done latee then what is the difference - City?

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    Gopendra
    Gopendra | 2 months ago

    Different versions of every vehicle have different servicing cycles or requirements. Read the maintenance schedule of your car manual and find out what actually is required for it. Delay of about 1-2 is fine however that too depends on the use. If it\\\'s not being used much then delay of even 2-3 months is fine however if it\\\'s in extensive running then it should not be delayed. If you want to delay due to expenses then get the car serviced at some local place and then get it serviced at authorised service centre on next service. I always recommend authorised service centres but you should keep the check. I get serviced in six months when the advised service becomes due in every three months. But in between I keep checking the oils and filters etc. I have now started to get local service on 3-4 months and then get it serviced from authorised service centres.If not taken care of the engine and other parts, they may get damaged. Mileage and performance Will go down. At least get it's checkup regularly.

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    Walter
    Walter | 2 months ago

    It all depends on the usage of your vehicle, if there has been a delay in the service and you go for a long drive...you may end up with a low mileage as well as wear and tear of your engine would be more if the Engine oil life is almost over....

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    Madhusudhanababu
    Madhusudhanababu | 8 months ago

    Engine oil is the top most essential thing for an automobile. Servicing without oil change is no problem if delayed. But, if the oil change is not done in time, the engine life deteriorates and simultaneously its performance goes down. In servicing, all essential things like brake fluid, engine coolant, water, grease are checked and changed or filled. If these things are not done in time, vehicle's condition will deteriorate along with performance.

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    Gurcharan
    Gurcharan | 4 months ago

    I would prefer Honda City to Yaris or other options if you stay in plain terrain but I suggest to wait for bs6 variant.beacause deisel is less pollutant.

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    Iype
    Iype | 8 months ago

    The engine oil gets deteriorated. This will cause excessive engine wear. Other parts like brake cylinder, seals may leak, causing brake failure. The brake shoe may wear and damage the hub. Better to do a small preventive , than to get into big problems

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    Harsh
    Harsh | 8 months ago

    I follow the service schedule and the performance of the car till now has been tremendous. One shall lose the warranty benefits of the car provided by honda, if service is not done regularly as advised.

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    Shubhankar
    Shubhankar | 7 months ago

    Some mileage drop, performance dip, engine load, etc. Servicing is important for better life of vehicle...but slight delay isn't a concerning issue

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    Abhishek
    Abhishek | 8 months ago

    Generally if service is late by ~2000 kms, this makes no difference, even warranty remains intact.

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    Ashwyn
    Ashwyn | 7 months ago

    Oil should change thats why service is very important aacha milage nahii milega

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    Abira
    Abira | 8 months ago

    If we done the latee servicing the car parts will be damage

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