Exhaust replacement

Exhaust Replacement in a Volkswagen

Benefits of having my Exhaust changed

1.  Ensure optimal engine performance and fuel efficiency

2.  Ensures exhaust fumes are channelled away from the vehicle and do not enter the cabin

3.  Keeps engine/combustion noises to a minimum

Why does my exhaust system need to be changed?

Exhausts systems are designed to reduce harmful emissions, reduce engine/combustion noise whilst channelling the fumes away from the vehicle to ensure no fumes enter the vehicle cabin whilst driving. Exhaust systems can corrode under normal conditions and is therefore subject to wear and tear. which could result in leaking joints or broken hangers and excessive noise.

What happens if it's not changed?

An exhaust that has failed can not only be noisy, reduce engine output and fuel efficiency, but exhaust fumes could enter the vehicle cabin making the occupants feel drowsy.

What do we do?

We check the exhaust system for leaking joints, excessive noise and corrosion, broken hangers and weak rubber mountings.

How often does it need to be changed?

How long your exhaust lasts depends on how far and how often you drive your car rather than the length of time it has been fitted. For example, lots of short journeys would tend to create greater exhaust corrosion than cars that primarily drive long distances.