Cupra ST 300, 18 months old, 11k miles. (bought by me 4 months ago). I'm told my car is on variable servicing, so it hasn't had a service yet. The car tells me (via the service menu) that it is due an "Inspection" (what's that?) in 8000 miles or 200 days (takes me to about 2 years), and a "oil change service" in 6200 miles or 240 days (so that takes me to 2 months over 2 years!!). The SEAT website refers to "minor" (£175 for an oil change!! Really?!) and "major". So we've so far got 4 different types of "service": inspection, oil change, minor and major, at dates suggested by the car that means it's over 2 years before the oil is changed. I've usually just done an annual service on my cars, so I might just revert back to that, ie. do a service now, and then annually. If so, what actually needs doing, rather than just going minor and major (or whatever) ? Oil change/ filter each year, with (less regular) brake fluid and spark plugs? I can't really find anything definitive anywhere. Or do others just pass the car over to SEAT when the car pings and says it wants a service, whenever that may be? Ideally I'd just give it to my usual indy garage who I trust (and probably cheaper than SEAT), but I dare say if I have a warranty claim this will go against me. (though I know it shouldn't, OEM parts etc). Thanks for any tips/ advice. (ps. Coventry and Birmingham SEAT are my nearest dealers if anyone has any experience - would be easier for me to go to Birmingham).