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Volkswagen Servicing by enthusiasts for enthusiasts
When you search ‘Volkswagen car mechanic near me’, don’t be surprised to see us at the top. That’s because, in Brisbane, we’re the superior choice when it comes to personalised car servicing, maintenance and repairs for all VW models. Rest assured that your vehicle is in the best hands when parked in our Coopers Plains garage. Why? Because we love your VW as much you do.
An independent, Brisbane-based VW Mechanic you can trust
Our love of European cars runs deep, and VWs are no exception. With decades worth of skills, knowledge and experience under the bonnet, our team of passionate automotive mechanics, technicians and electricians will give your car the love it deserves without charging a price you don’t.
Equipped with state-of-the-art tools, crew and diagnostic equipment, we’re fully qualified (and fully confident) to handle the specialist technology and equipment unique to the VW line.
Some of our VW Services include:
- VW vehicle logbook servicing
- Air conditioning servicing and repair
- Comprehensive vehicle diagnostics
- Auto electrical work
- Safety, pre-purchase and end-of-warranty inspections
- Brake, steering and suspension repair and replacement
- Free barista-made coffee for all pre-11am drop-offs
- Complimentary loan cars for all pre-booked services
- Free Ecoya Car Diffuser of your choice
Book your VW Service
VW servicing in Brisbane is our speciality. Don’t take the gamble of going with a generic mechanic – get the superior, tailored maintenance you require from Brisbane’s most trusted European car specialists.
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So, what’s the magic number? Well, most car manufacturers suggest every six months to a year or every 10,000kms, whichever comes first. But keep in mind, this is just for an average vehicle. Cars that perform more heavy duty tasks are advised to have more frequent services. Plus, if you drive an older car, it might be worth booking in a little earlier and keeping a close eye on your odometer. Good mechanical repairers should look at your car and individually diagnose it (just like if it were a person going to the doctor - everyone’s different!).