Volkswagen All-in service plan and warranty - is it worth it?

Volkswagen have a service plan and warranty called All-in. It’s for cars over 3 years old and included two MoTs, one minor service, one major service, breakdown cover and a warranty for £33.45 per month for 2 years. Do you think it’s worth it?

Asked on 16 February 2022 by Colin williams

Answered by Sarah Tooze
Firstly, I would check that your car meets the terms and conditions for this (currently, it states that your car must be between three and six years old, with less than 100,000 miles and a 2.0-litre engine or smaller).

Assuming your car meets this criteria, it's important to also check what is covered by the warranty and what isn't. For our extended warranty guide, see:
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