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You could of course with expert help of this forum learn to carry out your own basic servicing, that would cut your costs even further.
You dont have to be a whizz with a spanner, just a Haynes manual, some basic tools, a little confidence and you will be surprised what you can achieve.
There are loads of people on here who are willing to share there knowledge, try it.
unfortunately Steve DIY servicing does not keep maintain your warranty...If that was the case I certainly would do it.
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Currently in Asterix's garage:
Renault Megane Scenic II 06 1.5dci Oasis in Eclipse Grey Metallic but it is not in a garage