All servicing conducted by trained technicians who specialise in rotary engine vehicle. They will inspect the vehicle during servicing for any wear and tear and safety issues. Advisories will be made clear during and after servicing, hence ensuring the vehicle is safe to leave the workshop. MOT’s can also be conducted providing booked in advance.
3-5k miles Service (Interim)
£120.00 incl. VAT
- Oil Change
- Oil Filter
20k-25k miles Service (Main)
£650.00 incl. VAT
- Mazda Coils
- Magnecor Leads (std)
- NGK Spark Plugs
- Engine Oil
- Oil Filter
- Gearbox Oil
- Diff Oil
- Air Filter
- Cabin Filter
- Wiper Blades (if required)
20k-25k miles Service (Mega D585)
£840.00 incl. VAT
- As Above (Main Service)
- D585 Uprated Coils with lifetime guarantee.
- Coils can be mapped. Extra £60 VAT
Coils never need changing unlike Mazda coils that should be changed every 20-25k miles. These coils have been designed to provide greater reliability and improved performance over standard components.
Mapping can improve BHP at the wheels by 5-10BHP
- D585 (LS2) High Performance Coils (x4)… Lifetime Guarantee
- Uprated 8mm Magnecor Competition Ignition Leads
- Full Wiring Harness
- Complete Hardware Kit
20k-25k miles Service (Mega 585-R)
£880.00 incl. VAT
- As Above (Mega 585 Service)
- D585-R Premium Uprated Coils with lifetime guarantee.
- Uprated 10mm Magnecor Competition Ignition Leads
- Coils can be mapped. Extra £90 VAT
Super Uprated Coils produce a more aggressive and responsive ignition pulse that helps to obtain maximum energy from the combustion cycle.
MOT Class 4 Vehicles (Car)
Q. How long does an MOT take?
The MOT will take about an hour. However it may take longer if it fails due to minor issues which can be rectified there and then. Please arrive at least 5 minutes prior to your booking time.
Q. When is my MOT due?
Class 4 vehicles need an MOT test every 12 months once they're 3 years old. If you are unsure when yours is due you can check it online here: Check MOT due date
Q. What should I do before my MOT?
MOT failures can be down to small avoidable factors like light bulbs, tyre pressure and windscreen wipers. By checking these before you bring your car in, you could save yourself time and money. See DVSA MOT checklist.
Q. What does a car MOT check?
The MOT covers a wide variety of checks to ensure your vehicle is safe and meets environmental standards. See our MOT Check List for full details.
Q. What documents do I need to bring?
If your vehicle is undergoing its first MOT then a V5C vehicle registration certificate (log book) is required, this document is also required if your vehicle has had a change of registration plate since its last MOT. In all other instances no documentation is required.
Q. What happens if my car fails the MOT?
If your car doesn't pass, it's deemed unroadworthy and must have necessary repairs carried out before it is retested. It is illegal to drive your car on the road without a valid MOT certificate.
LC Rotary will advise you of any repairs that are necessary upfront.
Q. Do I have to pay an MOT retest fee?
If repairs are carried out at the same test centre on the same day, or on the following day at another test centre, we'll carry out a free MOT retest.
If your car leaves our test centre and is returned within 10 working days, your MOT retest fee will be half of the initial test fee charged.
In all other cases, the charge for a retest is the same as a full test.
Q. Can I appeal if my car fails?
If you wish to appeal against an MOT failure, ask for a VT17 form at the test centre. You'll receive all or part of your test fee back if your appeal is successful, but you should not have any car repairs carried out in the meantime as this may affect the outcome of your appeal.