European Car Servicing in Brisbane
Some people seem to never have car problems. They never have unexpected repair bills. Their cars always start. Their cars never break down and never leave them stranded.
What do these lucky people know?
It’s Something Nobody Wants to Talk About
Cars are machines, complicated ones at that. The typical modern car has over 10,000 parts. Many of those parts depend on other components to work correctly. If one part is allowed to fail, it can destroy many other dependent, and expensive, parts in the process.
And that little bit of knowledge reveals to us THE SECRET.
Don’t allow parts to break. If you know that some parts are going to eventually wear out, replace them before they break. Not too soon, or you will waste money. Not too late either, or you risk expensive failures.
The word for that approach is maintenance.
We Perform All Regular Maintenances:
- Interval/ Logbook servicing
- Intermediate servicing
- Automatic transmission servicing, including:
- Standard automatic transmission service
- DSG (Direct Shift Gearbox) service
- CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) service
- Brake fluid flushes
- Preventative diesel intake cleanings
- Coolant flushes
- Power steering flushes
- And more!
European car servicing is our specialty, with Mercedes Benz car servicing and BMW car servicing being at the forefront of our experience. Your European car service could be in no better hands than with Accelerate.
You Can Be Lucky Too!
Now you know the secret. Let’s talk it over. Call or book online for your European vehicle's next service.
Diagnosed Correctly – Fixed Right – the First Time
That’s Accelerate Automotive!
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!).