Originally Posted by Bruno79
I would really apreciate that, since my Alfa is going on the 60 service very close, and then i will probably follow your example. I do know a good place (not alfa dealer) to take the car for the job since i had bad experience with alfa dealers (Mocar - em Cascais), and it would be a little cheaper also i think...
Have you tried Grande Centro? You know, Mocar is not really an Alfa garage. It's more like a private business between Peugeot and Alfa Assistance. Besides, I wouldn't put my Alfa on some smart hands when the service would be something like changing cambelt, tensioners and variator, since some special tools are required. It's just my though.
Round numbers, I've pay for the 60k service, including cambelt, tensioners, variator, Selenia Racing oil, filters (all kind of filters - air, pollen, oil...), break pads, white side indicators, steering alignment, wheels swap and calibration and so on... I've paid something like 1050€. Yes, don't fall down from your chair.
Fortunatly I got a nice discount.
And it's not that expansive, from what is IMHO the best Alfa garage in Porto.
Im also trying to get my hands on that CD for the 147, by any chance you would know here i can get one do u?
I have them. If you pm me your address I can post them to you. Free of charge.
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