TTS Eurocars Pte Ltd is a 4S Car Dealership, operating on more than 25,000 sq.ft. Showroom and Aftersales. TTS Eurocars had invested a 5 million on the state-of-the-art Diagnostic Machines, Special Tooling, Parts, Repair and accessories facility with our in-house specialized workshop to provide our best services to all customers.
Our Mission & Services includes:
Service A: (Every 10k or 6 months, whichever comes first)
Inspection and Checking
1. Checking of all fluid levels and top-up if necessary. Including windscreen washer, power steering fluid, coolant, brake fluid and transmission fluid.
2. Checking of tyre pressure. Including spare tyre and its condition.
3. Checking of all lights. Including all headlamps, taillamps, signal lights and its operation, plate lights and cabin lights.
4. Checking of brakes. Including brake pads, brake disc and brake hoses, as well as parking brake functionality.
5. Checking of wiper blades condition and wiper nozzle functionality.
Diagnostic with Xentry Solutions
1. ASSYST checking and reset.
2. Checking of Engine Management System with Xentry Solutions.
1. Engine Oil
2. Oil filter
Note: Terms & Conditions Applies
1. Free servicing will be based on average mileage consumption of 20K per annum.
2. Free servicing for 5 years will be based on every 10k or 6 months or whichever comes first.
3. Any exceeding mileage that customer and vehicle requires shall be payable by customer. Example: If customer reach 30K in a year, 1st and 2nd, 10K servicing will be free and 3rd 10K servicing will be chargeable.
4. Servicing free package include engine oil, oil filter and Labour.
5. Tyre rotation, wheel alignment and wheel balancing shall be chargeable including topping up of Ad-Blue for diesel engine if required.
6. Major Servicing packages shall not be included on the 5 year free servicing package, hence this will be payable by customer.
7. Any missed servicing schedule will be forfeited and may result warranty to be void and null and remaining 5 years free servicing will be invalid.
8. 5 years free servicing is considered invalid once warranty had been nulled and voided.
Our Car Packages
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NOTE : TERMS AND CONDITION APPLIES
AdBlue technology is increasingly appearing in new diesel cars, to help reduce exhaust emissions. Our guide explains what means for you.
If your diesel car is only a few years old, you might have spotted a second, smaller filler cap next to the main diesel filler. If that cap is marked ‘AdBlue’, then your car is fitted with clever technology designed to reduce its emissions – helping the environment and saving you money into the bargain.
If you’re a relatively low-mileage motorist, there’s a good chance that you’ve never had to pay any attention to this AdBlue filler, particularly if it’s a new car and you haven’t owned it for very long. However, those drivers who cover higher mileages may find that refilling their car’s AdBlue tank becomes a more frequent task, and part of the car’s regular maintenance. Fortunately, filling your AdBlue tank is a straightforward, simple process.
What is AdBlue and why do we need it?
Vehicle manufacturers are bound by ever-stricter regulations brought about by environmental concerns. The Euro 6 emissions standard came into force in 2016 and affect diesel cars in particular. To comply with the new rules, car makers have had to focus on minimising harmful nitrogen-oxide emissions.
Introducing a technology known as ‘selective catalytic reduction’ (SCR) has been found to be an extremely effective way of bringing diesel engines up to the standard required to meet Euro 6. It’s used by many carmakers, including Audi, BMW, Volkswagen and Mercedes. An SCR system uses a solution of urea and water, injected in tiny amounts into vehicle exhaust gases. Most Mercedes cars that display the BlueTEC badge and all Citroen BlueHDi models use AdBlue in conjunction with SCR technology.
How does AdBlue work?
AdBlue is a non-toxic liquid that’s colourless in appearance and is a solution of water and urea. To comply with Euro 6, recent diesel-powered cars use SCR technology to inject microscopic quantities of this liquid into the flow of exhaust gases. When the urea and water solution combines with exhaust emissions, it produces nitrogen and oxygen – harmless gases that occur naturally in the environment – by breaking down mono-nitrogen oxides (gases that can be harmful and are found particularly in the fumes from diesel exhausts).
This technology has been used in buses and heavy lorries for a long time, so its effectiveness has been proven and its reliability is better than ever.
Does my car use AdBlue?
SCR technology with AdBlue is becoming increasingly commonplace, but isn’t yet fitted to every diesel car. The more recently your car was built, the more likely it is that it’ll use AdBlue to reduce its emissions. Many people are unaware the system is installed until a warning message appears on the dashboard announcing the AdBlue tank needs replenishing. As the SCR system has no effect at all on how the car drives, it’s not always obvious whether a car is so-equipped.
If you’re in doubt as to the presence of an SCR system that requires AdBlue, the owner’s handbook for your car will help. You can check it for the location of the AdBlue filler cap – if one isn’t listed, it can be assumed that SCR was never fitted to your model of car. If it does provide a location for the AdBlue filler, check that location on your car for its presence. Where fitted, it’s commonly beside the fuel filler, but some cars have it concealed by the boot carpet, either on the floor or at either side.
How to refill AdBlue
If you cover more miles than most, you may find you need to refill your AdBlue tank in between services. While you’ll be reminded in plenty of time to do this by messages on the dashboard, be warned that your car won’t start if you fail to refill the AdBlue tank before it runs completely dry.
Topping up with AdBlue is a simple affair. It’s always a good idea to consult your car’s handbook first, but typically all you need to do is open the AdBlue filler cap, screw on the connecter of the refill bottle, then let the AdBlue drain into the tank. Many larger refill containers require a connecting nozzle, and you may want to buy one of these from a dealer if you’re a high-mileage driver, as larger refills can save you money in the long run.
Some cars require that you use the wheel brace to undo the AdBlue filling cap, and most require that you add a minimum amount (usually around three to five litres) when refilling, in order to remove the warning message from your car’s dashboard.
As with any vehicle fluid (including anti-freeze and brake fluid), AdBlue will eventually degrade over time. While it’s more than likely that it’ll be replaced before this happens, you should receive a dashboard warning message if this occurs.
Although it’s non-toxic, AdBlue is corrosive and can cause irritation to your skin, eyes and lungs, so do wash your hands after filling. Be sure to rinse any spills from the car’s bodywork too, because AdBlue can damage paintwork.
How much AdBlue will my car use?
AdBlue consumption varies from vehicle to vehicle, but Volkswagen estimates a Passat will get through about 1.5 litres every 620 miles, for example. Much like fuel consumption, though, the harder and faster you drive, the more AdBlue you’ll use.
Fortunately, because AdBlue is injected into the exhaust gases in such small quantities, you shouldn’t find yourself topping up too often. With most AdBlue tanks holding around 10 litres or more, many drivers will find AdBlue refills taken care of during their car’s annual service.
Should I keep some extra AdBlue in my boot?
While at first it might seem sensible to keep a few extra litres of AdBlue in the boot, this isn’t something we recommend, as any spills or leaks are likely to damage your car’s interior. Do also note that you can’t keep a half-empty container of AdBlue in your garage if you have some left over after topping up, as airborne contaminants can affect the chemical composition of AdBlue.
If you’ve paid for fixed-price servicing, topping up your car with AdBlue will normally be included in this cost. If you pay for your car services individually, it’s worth checking how much you’ll be charged for replenishing the AdBlue fluid, as it may be cheaper to do this yourself.
You can buy AdBlue refill bottles from your dealers for about £1.50 a litre, and it’s also sold by shops like Halfords as well as online retailers such as Amazon.
TTS Car Care was established to meet the high demands of car owners. The division is headed by a team of car enthusiasts with passion for detailing, meeting the most demanding standards as required by any car lover. We strive to always offer competitive packages for car care plans, ensuring your enjoyment of an everlasting shine of your car at all times.
We look forward to not only serve but to impress you as well.
When it comes to quality, we never settle for anything less. To ensure your car receives high quality grooming, TTS Car Care uses 3M’s proven and patented products designed only for professional application. You know your car is in good hands when all our grooming professionals are specially selected and individually certified by 3M.
You can have the full assurance that your beloved automobile is now under the professional and caring hands of an industry leader who knows what’s best for your vehicle. Nothing beats the pride and satisfaction of your sparkling car, groomed to the most stringent of standards.