Land Rover SPECIALIST
O.G.S MECHANICS – LAND ROVER SPECIALIST IN FINCHLEY, NORTH LONDON
Land Rover is the kind of car that, once driven, makes you fall in love with it. An indestructible car, it can take you with the same determination in the city, in the countryside or in the mountains without the slightest effort.
To be reliable, however, you must always take care of it. A Land Rover specialist is essential for anyone who owns this type of vehicle. He has the right tools, equipment, and experience to maintain your car properly. In addition, they use only genuine or original Land Rover parts, which are essential for keeping your vehicle running like new for years to come. Trusting anyone else with your car would be a mistake that could end up costing you time and money in the long run. OGS Mechanics team in Finchley, North London, is the Land Rover specialist that can help you keep your car always at 100% of its potential. If you drive the car in severe conditions ( extremely hot, cold, or dusty climates, sustained stop-and-go driving in heavy traffic, driving along dusty, muddy, salted, sanded, or gravel roads, carrying heavy loads), maintenance will have to be carried out more often.
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What we offer:
- Services and repairs for old and new models at the Land Rover standards;
- Highly trained Land Rover specialists in Finchley, North London;
- Diagnostic tools and equipment at dealer level;
- Access to Land Rover information & factory database systems;
- Genuine or OE parts will be used unless otherwise specified;
- All parts and labour fully guaranteed for one year or 12,000 miles (whichever comes first);
- Competitive prices.
WE ARE LAND ROVER SPECIALISTS IN FINCHLEY, NORTH LONDON, THAT OFFER HIGH-QUALITY SERVICES AT COMPETITIVE PRICES
- Land Rover Car Servicing
- Land Rover Car Repairs
- Land Rover Car Electrics & Diagnostics
- Land Rover Suspension & Shock Absorbers
- Land Rover Brakes, Pads and Discs
- Land Rover Clogged DPF
- Land Rover AirCon Services
- Fault Seeking & Diagnostics
- Land Rover Software Update
- Diagnostics, coding, programming
- Land Rover Gearbox manual and automatic
- Land Rover Injector Removal
- Land Rover Glow Plug Removal
- Land Rover Navigation Update
- Land Rover MOT
- Land Rover Engine Diagnostics and rebuild
- Land Rover Keys Services
- Land Rover Security Upgrade
- Land Rover Wheel Alignment and Exhausts
- Land Rover Extreme Carbon Build-up
- Land Rover ADAS Calibration
Frequently asked questions(FAQ)
How can I access the Land Rover service history?
For the vehicles manufactured after 1 July 2013, you can access your Land Rover online service history records from any location at any time. All scheduled service items, pre-delivery inspections, and body inspections can be accessed online. Each time your car is serviced, your vehicle history will be updated. The UK customers can view their Land Rover Online Service History by clicking the button below:
The most simple way to see the Land Rover service history for the vehicles manufactured before 1 July 2013 is through the service book. Otherwise, you should contact every workshop that has carried out repairs and inspections on your car and have them print out a list of the work done.
What are the Land Rover service intervals?
For vehicles produced since 2012:
- DEFENDER: alternate Service A and Service B 12.000 miles or 12 months(whichever comes first);
- RANGE ROVER EVOQUE: alternate Service A and Service B every 16.000 miles or 12 months(whichever comes first);
- DISCOVERY 4 / RANGE ROVER SPORT: alternate Service A and Service B 15.000 miles or 12 months(whichever comes first);
- DISCOVERY 4 / RANGE ROVER SPORT 3.0 L Diesel Engine: alternate Service A and Service B 16.000 miles or 12 months(whichever comes first);
- FREELANDER 2/LR2: alternate Service A and Service B 15.000 miles(Diesel 16.000 miles) or 12 months(whichever comes first);
- RANGE ROVER: alternate Oil change service and Control service every 15.000 miles or 12 months(whichever comes first);
- RANGE ROVER 4.4 L Diesel Engine: alternate Oil change service and Control service every 16.000 miles or 12 months(whichever comes first);
- ARMOURED VEHICLES: these vehicles must be serviced every 6,000 miles or 6 months.
Some Range Rover models, Range Rover Evoque, Range Rover Sport, Discovery 4/LR4 and Freelander 2/LR2, have a service warning light on the dashboard. When a service is required, the word MAINTENANCE will illuminate when you start the engine. Depending on the vehicle’s type and driving style, the warning light may display a message regarding required maintenance before reaching the mileage stated on the periodic maintenance schedule. If an oil check is required in the meantime, the OIL indicator light comes on.
SEVERE DRIVING CONDITIONS
Maintenance requirements must be met at shorter intervals if a vehicle is used in severe driving conditions. Maintenance work may be required daily to ensure the vehicle’s safe and reliable operation.
Severe driving conditions include:
- frequent driving in dusty and/or sandy conditions;
- frequent driving on rough and/or muddy roads;
- frequent wading;
- frequent driving at high speeds in conditions outside temperatures above 50°C;
- frequent driving in extremely cold climates with temperatures below -40 °C;
- frequent driving on mountain roads;
- frequent towing of trailers;
- driving in areas where salt is spread or corrosive materials are present.
How do I know when my Land Rover needs a service?
The Vehicle Information Panel Menu contains details about the next service interval. In the message centre, the service interval can be displayed as either a distance or time remaining until service is due.
What are the brake fluid replacement intervals?
The brake fluid and engine coolant (solution of water and antifreeze) must be replaced completely at specific intervals.
Brake fluid replacement interval:
- DEFENDER: 24,000 miles or 2 years(whichever comes first);
- Freelander 2/LR2, Discovery 4/LR4, Range Rover Evoque, Range Rover Sport, Range Rover:every 3 years, regardless of mileage.
What are the coolant replacement intervals?
Coolant replacement interval: every 10 years, regardless of mileage.
Please note: Ten years is a dangerously long interval for changing the coolant. If you can check the coolant’s ph every year, then you realise when it needs to be changed. If you don’t have the chance to do it, it is much safer to change it at 75,000-100,000 miles. An oil, coolant or transmission fluid change will always cost less than the repairs a poorly maintained engine would need.
How often do I change the transmission fluid?
Transmission fluid should be changed every 50,000 to 100,000 miles. For a detailed maintenance schedule, consult your owner’s manual.
In addition to regular inspection and maintenance, Land Rover advises the owners to perform simple checks at certain intervals. These checks are listed in the Maintenance section of the Owner’s Manual.
DISCLAIMER: This is general information. Detailed information regarding your Land Rover services can be found in the Owner’s Manual
From servicing, wheel alignment and brakes check, recharging the air conditioning, through diagnosis, software update, ADAS calibration, engine repair or rebuild, car security upgrading, whichever your needs may be, our Land Rover specialists can help you keep your car running smoothly. Servicing your car with us won’t affect your warranty and will save you money. The service details will be uploaded to the manufacturer’s digital service database. Our highly qualified and experienced technicians use the latest dealer level diagnostic equipment to give your vehicle a comprehensive and high-quality service. You can find us in Finchley, North London.
We are part of the Retail Motor Industry Federation, are fully approved by the RAC and Trust My Garage, Independent Garage Association and strictly adhere to the Motor Industry Code of Practice standards.