Japanese Vehicle Service
The first Japanese light car to reach Australian shores since World War 2 was a Datsun in August 1958. By 1968, a dozen Japanese brands were established in the country. In recent years more Australians have also discovered the benefits of diesel engines, and now our imports include Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Subaru, Suzuki and of course Toyota.
Logbook servicing for your vehicle, whether diesel or petrol, is key to maintaining your car in top condition. We have many regular customers bringing us their car for logbook servicing and we have the required diagnostic equipment and expertise to carry out your logbook service to the highest standard.
SERVICE AND MECHANICAL REPAIRS
Regular service and mechanical repairs are carried by our qualified mechanics, very experienced in working with all Japanese vehicles. Manufacturer specifications for parts and materials are strictly adhered to in order to maintain the quality and reliability of your vehicle.
Maintenance service is a regular check-up and consumables refresh to enable the vehicle to perform to manufacturers standards. These checks are usually done once a year and are part of preventative maintenance.