For a comprehensive guide to car servicing in Perth, you’ve come to the right place. This article is an in-depth maintenance guide revealing common problems that you may encounter year by year, so that preventative maintenance can help prevent unwanted breakdowns.
In particular, if you’re busy with work, kids and running around town, consider mobile car servicing to have a mechanic come to your home or workplace to work on your car, whether for servicing or repairs.
If you search in google for “car service near me”, you want to know that your vehicle is in good hands. Remember to always check a mechanics’ online reviews before you book, as this will give you confidence that you’re dealing with a reliable, professional mechanic.
For a mobile car service Perth, consider the team here at AutoSmartMechanical.com.au.
This article will cover all makes of cars and mention some common problems they’re known for, so whether you’re looking for European car servicing, servicing for Aussie favourites such as Holden and Ford or other popular makes such as Toyota or Volkswagen, Honda or Jeep, you’ll find some great info here.
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Auto servicing is an important part of car ownership, because, like everything, vehicles wear out over time and so it’s essential to stay ahead of breakdowns with regular servicing, also known as preventative maintenance.
To avoid this, it’s always recommended to service your vehicle regularly, whether you’re driving a fifty-year-old Volkswagen Beetle or a brand-new Ford Ranger.
Although this article will focus on cars younger than ten years old, the same principles will apply to any car, 4×4, ute, truck or van.
Most new vehicles also come with a manufacturer warranty requiring a service every 10,000 to 20,000 kilometres (or somewhere in that range) or every six or twelve months.
Regular Servicing (Check-up, Top Up Or Replace)
A full service in Perth could be labelled as a regular service is a standard procedure to top up fluids, replace filters and spark plugs, and generally check the condition of the car.
You aren’t legally obligated to replace any parts the service might uncover but it is, nevertheless, recommended for safety reasons.
Searching vehicle servicing near me will bring up several options from local workshops to mobile mechanics in your area.
Here are a few things you can expect from a regular service…
Fluid top up, check-up or replacement:
- Engine and gearbox oil
- Brake fluid
- Washer fluid
- Power steering
Filter check-up or replacement:
- Oil filter
- Fuel filter (if necessary)
- Air filter
- Cabin filter (also known as a pollen filter)
- DPF clean (if necessary)
- Spark plugs or glow plugs
General visual check-up of the whole car, including (but not limited to):
- Tyre pressures, including the spare
- Battery condition
- Wiper blades
- Suspension condition
- Exhaust issues
- And more
Spontaneous Check up, Repairs or Replacement:
When you need some spontaneous work to be done, hopefully it hasn’t caused a breakdown, but nevertheless, there’s an almost endless list of possible causes.
It might include:
- Wheel alignment, also known as tracking – you’ll need this if your tyres are no longer aligned
- New tyre(s) if you get an irreparable puncture
- Brake pads (or discs and pads) once the old ones have worn out
- Suspension replacement – this could include shock absorbers (dampers), springs, top mounts, drop links, bushes, or the whole strut
- Misfire diagnosis and repair (the list of causes of which are almost endless, but often a new set of spark plugs fixes the issue)
Exhaust repair or replacement
- Replacing or repairing any pump, hose, belt, component or part that stops working
- ECU remapping, if the ECU has developed a problem or you simply want to improve the performance, fuel economy and general feel of your car as you’re driving.
Car Servicing Guide (Year by Year)
A car should last a long time, but poor quality manufacturing or parts is the first way a car’s life is shortened. The other way is how it’s driven and maintained.
In this section of the article, we’ll explain how long you should expect various parts and components to last and, consequently, when you should expect to have to change them.
Every car will have its own service manual. For detailed and correct information for regular servicing for your specific car, you should always consult that.
The list below covers both regular and spontaneous servicing or part replacement or repairs.
Of course, people drive different distances per year. To account for this, we’ll be using the average distance a person living in WA covered in 2020, according to the Survey of Motor Vehicle Use, Australia.
This indicates that the average passenger vehicle in Western Australia covers 11,300 km per year.
For a car service Perth, the following guide will give you a rough outline of what parts may break or wear out, year by year, so that you can avoid unwanted breakdowns with regular servicing and preventative maintenance.
New Car (Year 1):
The following will need changing on a year-by-year basis.
Oil change – an oil change is something you need to get done every year. Over time, the oil quality reduces as it cycles through the engine which can affect the overall running of the car, it’s various parts and it’s consumption of fluids. Consequently, it will need to be drained and replaced annually.
Filter changes – you’re not likely to need every filter to be changed, but the air, pollen and oil filters should be swapped out as a minimum. A fuel filter is generally changed every 2 years.
Wiper blades – it sounds like a menial point, but wiper blades can break down very quickly. Most people need to replace them every year and sometimes even more often than that. Poor quality blades can obscure your vision while driving in the rain.
Suspension bushes – every year, you’re likely to find at least one suspension bush needs changing.
In year 2 of a car’s life, here’s what you’ll need to consider…
Wheel alignment – manufacturers vary significantly from each other when they define how often you should check your tracking. To be safe, however, we’d recommend getting it checked as often as possible. Realistically, it’s worth checking it every time you get a new tyre, too. Aside from that, every two years is a reasonable length of time to get a wheel alignment.
Wheel balancing – there’s no set rule to when you should get your wheels balanced. Most people aim for having them done approximately every 20,000 km or every time the tyres are rotated or swapped.
Spark plugs – spark plugs should last about two years. They’re classified as a service item and some manufacturers recommend changing them as frequently as every year. New spark plugs will reinvigorate your car and instantly renew engine performance and you’ll often feel the difference when driving.
Tyres – on some vehicles, tyres may be approaching the end of their lives by the end of the third year. However, if your car and the roads are kind and you look after them, you might expect to get another two years out of them.
Battery – car batteries usually last about three years before they often begin to deteriorate. Getting a new battery is a fairly simple job and shouldn’t take a mechanic too long.
Brakes – for a brake service Perth, brake pads will typically wear out after about 50,000km to 60,000km although they might last longer, but that’s about four of five years. Disc brakes tend to last much longer.
During a service, the mechanic will remove the brake assembly and check that the pads and discs are in good condition and recommend a replacement if necessary. Some people only replace the pads, although it’s often recommended to replace both pads and discs.
Spark plugs, wheel alignment and balancing – just as in Year 2, these jobs are likely to need doing every two years. See the repeated tasks through this section of the article.
Brake fluid flush – brake fluid typically lasts about four or five years, but can last much longer. It’s worth checking it at this stage and, if there’s a problem (if air and water have got in) you can expect to need to flush and replace it. Replacing the brake fluid will leave your car feeling much more responsive under braking.
Tyres – at this point, you’d expect to need a new set of tyres. Over the previous years, you’ll have rotated them and keep the wheel alignment and balances in check, giving them the longest lifespan possible. Sadly, often, punctures and sidewall damage mean you have to change one or two tyres before you reach this point.
Fuel filter –Recommendations from manufacturers on changing a fuel filter can vary between 30,000 km to 100,000 km or even more. After about five years, your fuel filter may be in a condition where it’s worth replacing it – hopefully, before it’s clogged up. It may need changing sooner or much later, depending on the condition of the fuel tank and the fuel you put in.
Power steering fluid flush – many people disagree on exactly when you should replace the power steering fluid. However, replacing the fluid may improve the way your car handles and we would recommend at least getting it checked at this stage.
Suspension – around this stage of the car’s life, suspension components could be faltering – most people estimate around 60,000km. That being said, they often last much longer. Humidity levels, salt and road conditions are the biggest factors that will affect their condition.
Battery, spark plugs and wheel alignment and balancing – these components should be checked and possibly replaced and/or services conducted.
Alternator – the alternator is responsible for generating an electrical charge while the car is running. It often starts to degrade after about seven years, although many last longer. You may notice problems with the battery and other electrical issues while the car is running.
Timing belt – the timing belt controls the camshaft’s positional speed in relation to the crankshaft. If it stops working properly or slips, the valves will open at the wrong times, creating a major problem. They often fail between seven and ten years. Many cars utilise timing chains instead – these should, typically, last longer.
Radiator – the radiator’s job is to dissipate heat away from the engine. They often last up to eight or ten years. As long as you keep your coolant levels topped up, you can expect your radiator to last at least this long and potentially longer. If you notice the engine temperature gauge rising on your dashboard, it could be a sign of radiator failure.
Lambda (oxygen) sensor(s) – as part of the emissions control methods added to vehicles, the oxygen sensors help control things like the air:fuel ratio and EGR system. Over time, they get clogged up with carbon from the engine and need replacing.
Spark plugs, wheel alignment and balancing, brakes – your second set of brakes are likely to need replacing during the eighth year.
Fan belt – the fan belt, or serpentine or drive belt, (the belt you can see when you open your bonnet) is powered by the crankshaft and runs things like the alternator, power steering pump and air conditioning compressor. Over time, the rubber can become brittle and this can stop it working effectively.
Battery – you may need to check your battery for possible replacement.
Oil pump – the oil pump should last most of the car’s useful life, however things can start to go wrong as it gets older. The oil pump’s job is to create the pressure needed to force the oil through the channels and pipes in the engine. They usually last for about 100,000 to 110,000km.
Clutch – in many cars, the clutch will last considerably longer than this. In many cars, you could find it has another ten years left in it. Despite this, clutches do begin to fail at about this age – listen for juddering. You may also notice reduced power to the wheels, whining or strange sensations through your left foot when operating the clutch.
Tyres – you may need another set of tyres by this point although, all being well, they should last another few years yet.
DPF cleaning – with newer cars, the DPF shouldn’t need a thorough clean for most of the car’s life. However, at about ten years in, you can expect to need a full clean.
Starter motor – many cars have starter motors that will last much longer than ten years, but they could begin to fail around this time.
Spark plugs, wheel alignment and balancing, brake fluid flush and fuel filter check.
Don’t forget that, in most circumstances, you should also repeat the items from Year 1 every year to keep the car in good running order.
Diesel Servicing Perth
A Perth car service for a diesel car is just as important as for a petrol car and the service itself is similar to any other.
The car still functions in much the same way – fuel goes in and gets combusted, driving the crankshaft and sending power to the wheels.
There are, however, a few differences.
Diesel engines don’t have spark plugs – the ignition of the engine is caused by compression alone. Therefore, you won’t need any spark plug work done.
They do have a set of components vaguely similar to spark plugs. These are known as glow plugs. When you switch the engine on, they get very hot very quickly, warming the cylinder to a point where it can ignite the diesel. On average, these last about 160,000km.
For a diesel injector service in Perth, you’ll be needing this done about every 150,000km, usually around the same time as the glow plugs. Diesel injectors pump the fuel straight into the cylinder to cause the engine’s power stroke.
The other main difference between the types of car is the DPF. The Diesel Particulate Filter removes harmful particulates from the exhaust gases and prevents environmental damage and toxicity to humans. Over time, they clog up and need a full clean.
Other than that, a diesel service is almost exactly the same as a petrol service.
As mobile mechanics, we can offer a diesel car service in Perth. Schedule a visit to your home or workplace.
Servicing For Every Make Of Vehicle
In the following section, we’ll explain general servicing requirements of every make of vehicle, from Australian to Japanese, Taiwanese to European car servicing in Perth.
Overall, every car needs servicing – that’s nothing new. However, separate manufacturers are well-known for different build types and the odd niggling fault here and there, so every service is different from the last.
For Perth car servicing, please feel free to get in touch and one of our team members will be happy to assist.
With Ford car servicing, we’ve worked on just about every model including Falcon, Festiva, Focus, Explorer, Mustang and others.
Whether you have a hatch, sedan, ute or 4WD, having it serviced regularly is key to reliability and longevity.
A regular oil change, fuel filter replacement, replacing spark plugs, fluids top-up or oil filter replacement can keep your vehicle running smoothly and prevent breakdowns or expensive repairs.
For Ford servicing Perth, schedule an appointment with our specialist mobile mechanics at your home or office for a logbook service, brake pad check, radiator check, coolant top-up, and more.
We can also help with specialty servicing such as ECU remapping and DPF cleaning (Diesel Particulate Filter) whether it’s a 6 month service or warranty service.
For Ford servicing near me, from Osborne Park to Morley, Gnangara to Joondalup and across to Hillarys, you can have one of our qualified mechanics come to your home or workplace to service your vehicle.
When it comes to Holden car servicing Perth, our expert mobile mechanics can service your car quickly and easily, from the Commodore to the Caprice, the Rodeo to the Trax, we’ve worked on almost every model, whether it be a sedan, an SUV, a wagon or a hatchback.
Holden is infamous for problems with radiators and the coolant system in general, which can lead to head gasket problems.
Searching online for Holden servicing near me, you’ll find mechanics and workshops nearby, but for servicing at your home or work, our mobile mechanics come to you.
From Peppermint Grove to Cottesloe, Huntingdale to Mount Pleasant and Bull Creek through to Shenton Park, we can perform a service on your car in any location around Perth.
Toyota car servicing is important even though Toyota cars generally have a reputation for reliability, it’s still crucial to keep on top of all servicing.
For Toyota mechanic in Perth, we are known as reliable and trustworthy mechanics across all models, from super-minis like the Yaris to SUVs and 4x4s like the RAV4 and Fortuner.
There aren’t too many common problems across Toyota models, but many can be subject to slight electrical problems and pipe or hose leakage (for example, fuel or brake lines).
When on the lookout for Toyota servicing near me, our specialist mobile mechanics can advise you during a regular service whether or not there’s any preventative maintenance to consider in order to avoid a breakdown.
For Toyota servicing Perth, we cover a wide range of suburbs, coming to your home or workplace at your convenience. These suburbs include City Beach, Nedlands, Ascot, Maylands, Dianella and beyond.
In 2017, Toyota was recorded as having the largest share of the fleet market with 18.2%. If you own or work for a company that runs Toyota vehicles as company cars, we also offer fleet car servicing.
Thinking about Mazda car servicing now, we come across another popular Japanese car manufacturer.
For Mazda servicing Perth, one of the most common complaints is engine issues that often aren’t electrically based.
For example, although rotary engines are well-known for their high-performance outputs, their seals are also prone to failing.
Mazda cars can also often be associated with clutch problems and VVT (Variable Valve Timing) issues, leading to bigger problems such as oil leaks or complete engine failure.
When your car is serviced, the mechanic will check that the engine is running smoothly and showing no signs of this unusual deterioration.
Our specialist mobile mechanics have experience working with common models such as the Mazda3 and Mazda6 sedans, Mazda2 and Mazda3 hatchbacks and utes like the BT-50. We’ve also spent time working on sports cars like the MX-5 and SUVs like the CX-3.
Mazda car service Perth price: Mazda servicing starts at around $269.50 and upwards from there depending largely on the number of cylinders the engine has (usual 4 or 6 in most Mazdas).
We cover a wide range of nearby areas, so the next time you search for Mazda servicing near me, be sure to get in touch with us and we’d be happy to help out.
Operating across the city, we cover suburbs like North Perth, Stirling, Osbourne Park, Welshpool and Northbridge.
When you Google Lexus servicing near me, you might be looking for a specialist dealership.
However, did you know that a service carried out at your home by a mobile mechanic is just as reliable as one carried out in a workshop? And that you can keep your new car warranty too?
Although Lexus cars are famously reliable, models are often prone to drivetrain issues, especially with an automatic transmission. Trouble codes usually indicate issues with either the transmission fluid or slipping components.
Oil leakage from the timing chain cover is another problem, although it doesn’t usually develop until your car reaches a higher mileage.
With Lexus car servicing, we’ve worked on all kinds, from the UX all the way to the LX SUVs, the IS to the LS sedans and the RC and LC coupes. We also often see small models like the CT 200h compact hatch.
As the sister company to Toyota, it’s no surprise that Lexus is also well-known for reliability. According to many surveys, Lexus even outranks most of its competitors these days. Recently, Auto Express in the UK named the Lexus GS as the most reliable executive car.
For Lexus servicing Perth, we serve a broad area around the city, from Riverton all the way up to Hillarys. Get in touch with us to have one of our reliable mobile mechanics come out to service your car at a time and place convenient for you.
For Hyundai servicing Perth, it’s crucial to find mechanics that understand the car inside out. Hyundai have a long sales history in Australia and is still a respected brand.
Our mobile mechanics have extensive experience with Hyundai car servicing, including models like the Kona and Tucson SUVs, hybrids and EVs like the Ioniq and Kona Electric, hatches and sedans such as the i30 range and mid-size vehicles such as the Sonata.
New Hyundai models continue to suffer from ever-persistent, niggling problems, such as the issues with the 7-speed EcoShift dual-clutch transmission used in the Tucson.
Several electrical issues, for example rodents chewing through the new soy-coated wiring or ABS short circuits, can also affect the brand.
Because of these problems, it’s important to get your car serviced regularly.
With a quick search along the lines of Hyundai servicing near me, you’ll find top rated mechanics, include us here at Auto Smart.
As a dependable mobile mechanics, we will come to you – whether at home or at work – to offer a mobile car service in Perth.
We work in suburbs like Balcatta, Tuart Hill, Inglewood, Yokine, Bentley, Langford, Parkwood and Mosman Park.
With Nissan servicing Perth, we have extensive experience working on many different models including Navara, X-Trail, Pathfinder or Qashqai, it will need servicing on a regular basis to keep it running in optimal condition.
SUVs, hatches and 4wd cars are all equally dependent on a good oil and filter change.
Nissan car servicing is often hassle- and problem-free, as the brand has a good reputation for reliability. Recent estimates concluded that they average less than $660 per year in maintenance costs – substantially lower than most other brands.
One issue car owners had to watch out for, historically, was cracked radiators. In recent years, Nissan has addressed this issue, but the CVTs (Continuously Variable Transmissions) have come under fire since their release for passenger cars in 2002.
They’re known for shuddering, running too hot and being very slow to respond, among other things.
Regular servicing helps to prevent these problems from deteriorating. If one of our mechanics notices anything suggesting a problem with your automatic transmission, for example, they’ll inform you as to the best course of action.
For Nissan servicing near me, we can come out to any of Perth’s suburbs, including Subiaco, West Leederville, Cottesloe, Hamilton Hill, O’Connor and Nollamara.
Mitsubishi car servicing could involve a minor service, 6 month service, or a warranty service and each will include an oil change and fluid top up and potentially more depending on the age of your vehicle.
With Mitsubishi, the biggest and most crucial problems to watch for are the automatic gearbox and clutch. These are well-known for failing prematurely. For an injector service in Perth, this is particularly important as fuel injectors have been a common problem in recent times.
During a service, the mechanic will check the condition of these components and let you know if there’s a developing issue.
Mitsubishi models – from SUVs to hatches to 4x4s – such as the Lancer, Triton, Pajero, Outlander, ASX and Mirage – are, today, all built in Japan and imported, since the closure of the Tonsley Park production facility based in Adelaide.
With Mitsubishi servicing Perth, you might like to choose a mechanic that can come out to you at your own convenience, whether at home or at your workplace. Our services include logbook servicing so your warranty will remain intact.
For Mitsubishi servicing near me, our mechanics can service your vehicle anywhere within a wide range of suburbs around Perth, from Cannington to North Perth, Floreat to Ashfield, and Riverdale to West Perth.
Kia car servicing could involve generic services such as a radiator or brake check, oil and filter change, or a major service.
Whether it’s a Picanto, Rio, Sportage, Stinger or Sorento, an SUV, 4WD, hatch or sedan, all models should follow, as a minimum, the manufacturer-recommended service intervals.
Kia offers industry-leading warranties on newer cars and has recently emerged as a market leader for economical, practical family cars.
However, common problems still exist, particularly affecting cars produced before 2014. One of the biggest issues affecting many cars of this era is engine failure or stalling.
Whether it’s a 6 month service or a 12 month service, we can come out to either your home or workplace. Regular services such as these mean we can check for any of the first signs of engine deterioration and let you know what you should do.
For Kia servicing Perth, our mobile mechanics can offer specialist services in many Perth suburbs such as Marmion, Duncraig, Tapping, Mindarie, Clarkson, Forrestfield and Beckenham.
With Kia servicing near me, our trusted mobile mechanics will perform a service and advise you if anything else is on the horizon for repairing or replacing so you’re informed every step of the way.
When it comes to Daihatsu car servicing you should look for specialist and reliable mechanics that know their way around older cars.
With Daihatsu servicing Perth, there’s no need to take your car to a car servicing workshop. Whether it’s a hatch, coupe, SUV or 4WD car, Daihatsu models all need interval servicing. We have worked on many of the most popular models including the Sirion, Terios, Copen and Charade.
Daihatsu built on its reputation for reliable trucks in the 60s and worked its way into small passenger vehicles and light 4x4s.
Common problems for the Charade include issues with its weak exhaust, brake lines, ABS and oxygen sensors.
With the Terios, we will check for misfiring, brake judder, faulty oxygen sensors and other engine issues – all problems known to affect this model.
So, for mobile car servicing Perth, one of our mechanics will come out to you at either your home or workplace at a time that’s convenient for you.
For Daihatsu servicing near me, we operate across the city including suburbs like Scarborough, East Perth, Guildford, Mount Lawley, Hammersley, Girrawheen and Sorrento.
We can offer a full service, minor service or logbook service, if required.
With Suzuki car servicing, they’re often aren’t many problems as they have a good reputation for being reliable. That being said, it’s still vital to have a regular service to keep yours safe on the road.
Models like the Swift hatch, Baleno and Ignis crossovers, the Vitara SUV and the Jimmy 4WD are all popular, so for Suzuki servicing Perth, we visit many suburbs to perform mobile services, including Tapping, Wangara, Carine, Balcatta and Scarborough.
Some common problems affecting Suzuki models are generic engine and transmission issues, such as stretched timing chains and CVTs (Continuously Variable Transmissions) overheating.
They’re also known for headlights and DRLs (Daytime Running Lights) burning out or occasionally catching fire when in excessively high temperatures.
When your Suzuki needs a service, the mechanic will check things such as the radiator, gearbox, brakes, tyres, and steering components.
As a minimum, you’ll get an oil and filter change. It might be recommended to choose either a full service, log book service, warranty service or a minor service. For a log book service, it’s important to follow the exact service as described in the vehicle handbook.
With Suzuki servicing near me, we can visit you to perform a mobile service, whether at home or at work. We operate in Perth and its suburbs, such as Leeming, Gosnells, Karawara, Wattle Grove, Como, Glendalough and Karrinyup.
With Honda car servicing, you could choose one of several services available. These might include a brake service or major service, an oil change or a log book service.
Honda models such as the HR-V and CR-V SUVs, Civic hatch or sedan, Accord sedan and Odyssey MPV have sold extremely well in Australia.
For Honda servicing Perth, we can come out to you at your home or workplace and perform any kind of service at your convenience.
The brand has, over the years, built up a fantastic reputation for reliability and ease of maintenance, making it a popular choice around the city and suburbs.
Despite this, there are still several common problems to watch out for. Fuel pumps occasionally fail, the power steering is known to whine, and starter failure can occur on models such as the Accord.
Performance models, such as the Civic Type R, are also particularly prone to clutch failure due to the engine’s large power output.
For Honda servicing near me, we work in places like Mindarie, Burns Beach, Iluka, Watermans Bay, Bedford, North Perth, Redcliffe, Parkwood and Bicton.
Subaru car servicing should be done at regular intervals to avoid damage to their well-known ‘Boxer’ engine.
The Boxer engines used by Subaru are infamously prone to head gasket problems. Although they’re capable of great performance output, it’s also vital to treat them gently.
The company now makes a wide range of cars, from hatchbacks and sedans like the standard Impreza, SUVs such as the XV, Forester and Outback, and, of course, their performance cars: the WRX and the WRX STI. Subaru also produces a hybrid version of both the XV and the Forester.
During services, the mechanic will look for any tell-tale signs of a failing head gasket, such as coolant and oil mixing or white smoke from the exhaust.
As mobile mechanics, we can assist you with services at your home or place of work, whether it’s a 6 month service or a major service.
For Subaru servicing near me, we operate in and around Perth and many suburbs including Warwick, Koondoola, Carine, Pearsall, Hocking, Connolly, Edgewater and Quinns Rocks.
Subaru cars are some of the most popular for personal and business leases. We offer lease car servicing in just the same way as any other type of service.
As a Perth auto service, our mobile mechanics are also well-equipped for Jeep car servicing as we’ve worked on all the SUVs, 4x4s and AWD cars, such as the Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, Compass, Wrangler and Gladiator.
Some people find that their Jeep cars are reliable while others find them failing and breaking down way too often. Opinions are somewhat mixed.
In our opinion, Jeep models are generally easy to work on and maintain, as they’ve been designed and built with this in mind.
Jeep models are commonly affected by problems such as exhaust leaks, TPS (Throttle Position Sensor) faults and clogged fuel injectors.
For Jeep servicing Perth, look for a mechanic that will carefully check for well-known problems, such as differential and automatic transmission issues.
A solid front axle on models like the Grand Cherokee can lead to a steering wobble, where the car can even become difficult to handle.
When this happens, simply slow down carefully. There’s probably nothing wrong with the components in your car and once your speed is reduced, the vibrations should fade away.
To keep steering wobbles at bay, use regular servicing to keep all aspects of your steering system looked after, including the tyres, suspension and steering components.
Considering Jeep servicing near me, we operate in suburbs like Applecross, Greenwood, Belmont, Victoria Park, Dayton, Woodlands, Morley and Edgewater.
We would be very happy to service your Jeep, whether it’s a minor service or a logbook service.
Ram pickup trucks, such as the 1500 Express, 1500 Warlock and 1500 Laramie, are well-known for being monsters on the road.
That’s why, when it comes to Ram servicing Perth, a regular service can ensure yours stays on the road longer in good working order.
Common issues affecting Ram models include stuttering automatic transmissions, engine defects, suspension faults and steering wobbles.
For Ram truck servicing, our mobile mechanics can perform either a minor service, logbook service, 6 month service or major 12 month service.
Ownership costs are around average for a pickup truck and Ram 1500s have a maintenance cost of around $890 per year. For a pickup truck, they’re generally pretty dependable.
For a truck service in Perth, we can come out to you and work on your truck whenever suits you. We work on trucks up to 6 tonne.
With Ram servicing near me you can find a mechanic that services Ram vehicles. We operate in and around Perth and, as mobile mechanics, often visit suburbs such as Ascot, Subiaco, Swanborne, and Malaga.
European Car Servicing Perth
Whether you’re looking for a British, French, Italian, Scandinavian or German car service in Perth, assistance can be offered through our experienced mobile mechanics.
In the last five or six years, more German cars have been bought in Australia than locally-made vehicles. In general, European sales now eclipse those of Australian manufacturers, although many of these European companies still build the cars locally.
For Euro car service in Perth, we are seeing more and more vehicles needing servicing. This change in trend represents a general move in the market towards luxury models as they become more affordable.
We’ve serviced many different vehicle makes, including Volkswagen, BMW, Mercedes, Jaguar, Land Rover, Saab, Peugeot, and many more.
Read the following section to find information specific to the manufacturer of your vehicle…
With Volkswagen car servicing, there are many different models that we’ve worked on including hatches like the Golf and Polo, crossovers such as the T-Cross, wagons like the Golf Wagon, SUVs like the Tiguan, Touareg and T-Roc and trucks such as the Amarok.
We can also perform services on MPVs like the California, Multivan and Caravelle.
Due to the emissions scandal known as Dieselgate or Emissionsgate, which came to light in 2015, Volkswagen undertook a huge effort to rebrand itself as a clean and responsible vehicle manufacturer. As a result, many of its new vehicles are entirely electric (EVs) or hybrids.
Volkswagen developed a bit of a bad name for reliability in Australia, whereas in their home world of Europe the opposite is true.
Whatever the reason for this, Volkswagen cars are often cited for drivetrain issues with clutch components or automatic gearboxes.
For Volkswagen servicing Perth, when a mechanic services your car, they’ll check for these common problems.
For Volkswagen servicing near me, we operate across many suburbs, including Stirling, Doubleview, Attadale, Mullaloo and Yanchep.
Whether you need major, minor or logbook servicing in Perth, a brake check or coolant top-up, our specialist mobile mechanics will be happy to help.
BMW is one of the so-called “Big Three” of German saloon and wagon cars. When looking for BMW car servicing, it’s a good idea to work with a specialist mechanic who’s worked on BMW’s and other European vehicles.
For BMW servicing Perth, our qualified and experienced mobile mechanics will come out to you. We operate all across the city, from Ferndale to Ballajura, Malaga to Samson, and Alkimos to Mount Hawthorn.
BMW produces vehicles across a wide range of body types. You might have a 1 Series hatchback, a 2 Series coupe, a 3 Series sedan or wagon, a 4 Series convertible, coupe, or electric car, a 5 or 7 Series sedan, or an 8 Series coupe or convertible. Sports cars like the Z4 are also popular.
Then there’s BMW’s world-renowned X Series of (sometimes 4WD) SUVs – the X1, X2, X3, X4, X5, X6 and X7.
BMW models are often subject to issues with the coolant system, electricals, timing chains, exhaust leaks and catalytic converter failure.
With BMW servicing near me, you can find a mobile mechanic to service your vehicle if you’d like the convenience of having your vehicle services at home or work. Here, they can check your car for any signs of these common problems and advise you as to the best course of action.
You don’t necessarily need to take it to a BMW car servicing workshop. Our trusted mobile mechanics can come to you at a time and place that suits you and perform warranty servicing or of course, regular non-warranty services.
Mercedes-Benz is owned by Daimler. Their modern fleet of vehicles includes a wide range of hatches, sedans, coupes, estates, SUVs, 4WDs, convertibles and MPVs (people carriers).
For Mercedes-Benz car servicing, our team has worked on all models including the A-Class, S-Class, CLA, E-Class, AQA as well as G-Class, AMG GT and V-Class.
Regular servicing helps to keep common problems such as transmission issues, oil leaks, worn-out catalytic converters, differential leaks and brake pressure issues at bay.
During a service, the technician will also check for any rust development and steering and suspension issues, both well-known for impacting Mercedes models.
With Mercedes-Benz servicing Perth, our mobile mechanics will drive out to either your home or place of work to conduct a mobile service.
For a log book service in Perth, we offer warranty servicing for newer vehicles as well as full servicing for older models.
For Mercedes-Benz servicing near me, we operate across Perth and all its suburbs, including Jindalee, Redcliffe, Kinross, East Fremantle, Greenmount, Forrestdale, Myaree, Nedlands, Kardinya and Trigg.
When it comes to Audi car servicing, regular maintenance and interval services mean that your warranty will remain valid if you have a relatively new car or that you can avoid costly repairs with older models.
They also help to keep common problems away – for example, oil leaks, cam belt issues and emissions problems.
For a German auto service in Perth, you should look out for mechanics that will perform a full warranty service. With luxury vehicles like those which Audi produces, this is ever more important.
Audi has a select range of cars and is mostly known for its series of sedans and SUVs like the A4 or A5 and Q5, Q7 or Q8. However, it also produces hatches such as the A1, coupes, convertibles and electric cars.
In 2019, the Audi Q3, A3 and Q2 were the top three new models the company sold, with 4,142, 3,362 and 2,155 sales respectively. Check for warranty servicing if you own any of these newer models.
For Audi servicing Perth, we come out to you at your home or workplace and service your car at a time convenient for you. Our mobile mechanics will perform all sorts of work, from radiator checks to a full 12 month service.
With Audi servicing near me, our mobile mechanics perform auto services across all suburbs of Perth, including Doubleview and Woodlands, Belmont and Bushmead, Jolimont and Wembley Downs, Riverdale and Hyde Park.
Land Rover Servicing (Inc Range Rover)
With Land Rover servicing Perth, our mobile mechanics have experience working on both new and old models.
Traditionally, Land Rover was responsible for the production of the kind of rugged outdoor farmers’ vehicles that were so important in the outback, with models including the Defender and Range Rover.
Over the years, however, the company has evolved into a luxury 4WD SUV brand, with the Land Rover Discovery and new Defender, Range Rover Evoque, Sport and Velar all showcasing this.
For Land Rover car servicing, a good working knowledge of the vehicle and brand is necessary. This is because, unlike many car companies nowadays, Jaguar Land Rover is a standalone company.
That is, their models are unique. As such, when getting your Land Rover or Range Rover serviced, it’s important to hire a specialist mechanic.
One of the main problems with the older Land Rovers (Series 1, Series 2, Series 3) is carburettor problems. For a carburettor service in Perth, please get in touch with us directly to discuss the issue.
We can work on your Land Rover at your home or at your workplace with an appropriate service, such as an oil change, 12 month service or log book service.
For Land Rover servicing near me, we get called out to many suburbs, including Gnangara, Innaloo, Karringyup and Wanneroo.
Porsche started off in life as a sports car range, with the 911 family being the most well-known of all.
On that front, not much has changed. The majority of Porsche models today are still sports cars, including the 911 and 718. The Taycan and Panamera are also relatively popular as coupes or wagons.
Porsche has also diversified into the world of SUVs with models such as the Macan and Cayenne, with a 4WD option available on the Cayenne. You can also get an AWD Macan.
With Porsche car servicing, our mobile mechanics are knowledgeable in what to watch out for.
They’ll check for common issues, such as coolant issues, signs of IMS bearing failure, ABS module failure or worn CV joints.
Porsche models also tend to take more oil than average and thus it’s important to put exactly the right amount in.
For Porsche servicing Perth, our mobile mechanics work in suburbs such as Iluka, Wanneroo and Ashby completing work such as 6 month services, 12 month services, warranty services and basic oil changes.
With Porsche servicing near me, we can drive out to your home or workplace to perform a service at a time that’s convenient for you, meaning there’s no need to go to a traditional dealership service centre.
With Peugeot servicing Perth, we’re experienced in servicing many different models, including current models like the 508 sedan and 2008, 3008 and 5008 SUVs.
We also regularly work on older models like the Peugeot 206 hatch, 207, 208, 307, 308, 407, 508, 4008, and so on, in all their various forms.
Despite their reputation, Peugeot models are actually listed as the most reliable of all. Despite this, Peugeot models are affected by common issues such as electrical issues, central locking problems and issues with the front lower ball joints.
For Peugeot car servicing, there are a range of options available. As expert mechanics, we can suggest what’s best for your car, depending on its age, kilometres and general condition.
Most Peugeot models will require at least an oil change and radiator check. Other options like a 6 month service, 12 month service and brake check are also available.
For Peugeot servicing near me, our mobile mechanics perform vehicle servicing on customers’ driveways and at their workplace in and around Perth.
We regularly visit suburbs like Craigie, Padbury, Watermans Bay, Duncraig, Alexander Heights and Yokine.
The current Fiat range is all about small cars and vans. With Fiat car servicing, whether you drive a Fiat 500 or a 500C, the Abarth sports range, including the 595 and 595C, regular servicing will keep vehicle performing at peak.
Common problems on the Fiat 500, such as head gasket failures (and oil mixing with fuel and coolant as a result) and issues with the steering wiring can be checked for in a specialist service.
For Fiat servicing Perth, our mobile mechanics perform services on your vehicle at a time and place convenient for you, whether at home or at the workplace.
We can perform all sorts of work, such as interval servicing, logbook servicing, 6 month services and 12 month services. Other checks, such as brake checks and radiator checks, are also done.
With Fiat servicing near me, we operate in Perth suburbs like Balcatta, Mount Hawthorn, Inglewood, Morley and East Victoria Park.
When it comes to Chrysler car servicing, the 300C and 300 SRT sedans are the only new cars currently available on the Australian market.
Our dedicated mobile mechanics are experienced in servicing not only these but also older models such as the Grand Voyager people carrier.
Chrysler models are often affected by issues with the engine (such as stalling), clunky transmissions and valve stem corrosion.
For Chrysler servicing Perth, we offer a wide range of different services, including a logbook service, 12 month service and smaller jobs like brake and radiator checks.
We work in suburbs of Perth such as Bushmead, Beckenham, Applecross, Melville and Mosman Park, regularly travelling all across Perth.
For Chrysler servicing near me, we can contact work at a time and place of your choosing. Many customers like us to work on their cars either at their home or place of work.
Alfa Romeo Servicing
With Alfa Romeo servicing Perth, whether you drive a newer model, such as the Stelvio SUV, Giulia sedan, Giulietta hatchback or 4C sports coupe, or an older model like the Mito, 147 or 159, annual servicing is essential to keep your overall running costs low, not to mention keeping your car’s performance high.
Alfa Romeo cars can be affected by weak front suspension, a whole host of engine issues including cam belt and oil pump deterioration, gearbox problems (especially with synchros) and climate control faults.
Looking after your Alfa means regular servicing, whether it’s a 6 month service, 12 month service and warranty services for new cars.
Thorough Alfa Romeo car servicing should include a basic visual inspection, especially on older models where rust can be a problem. The mechanic will check for any signs of rust and advise you as to the best course of action to prevent it from developing further.
With Alfa Romeo servicing near me, our specialist auto mechanics work across Perth’s suburbs, from Tapping to Inglewood, Morley to Banksia Grove, and Claremont to Rivervale.
Considering Jaguar car servicing, our mechanics regularly work on both newer and older models.
The XE and XF sedans, E-Pace and F-Pace SUVs, and the F-Type coupe are all examples, as well as older models like the S-Type, XKR, XK8 and the classic E-Type.
Older Jaguar models such as the S-Type can sometimes be affected by some common problems. These are worth watching out for and include automatic transmission failure, ignition coil failure, timing chain tensioner issue and coolant reservoir leakage.
During a service, the technician will check for any signs of the above-mentioned problems.
For Jaguar servicing Perth, we operate across many suburbs, including Maylands, East Perth, Floreat, City Beach and Churchlands.
Whether you need a minor or major service, oil change or logbook service, you’ll really notice the difference in driving and handling after a service.
For Jaguar servicing near me, we can come straight to your house or workplace and conduct services whenever suits you.
With Mini car servicing, whether you own a Mini Cooper, Cooper S, Countryman, Clubman, Convertible, John Cooper Works or Electric Mini, the Mini has a special place in the heart of many.
Mini has a fairly good reputation, in general. However, like everything, there are a few well-known common faults, including drivetrain issues (clutch or automatic transmission), power steering pump failure and water pump leak.
When your Mini is serviced, the mechanic will check for symptoms of these common issues and let you know what the most appropriate course of action is.
For Mini servicing Perth, we can come straight to a place convenient for you to conduct a service, whether it’s a warranty service for a newer model or a general 6 month or 12 month service for older models.
With Mini servicing near me, our mobile mechanics are regularly servicing vehicles in suburbs like Crawley, Subiaco, Bicton, Clarkson and Booragoon.
With a company as old as Saab, a reputation among owners for ruggedness and longevity is well-deserved.
For Saab servicing Perth, keeping your car running well means enjoying a reliable European beauty going for even longer.
Although Saab was bought out in 2000 and went bust in 2011, many the cars they left behind are still going strong. Today, Saab continues to exist as a defence and security company.
For Saab car servicing, mechanics will check common faults on cars such as the 9-3. Sometimes, they develop oil sludge too easily.
During an oil change, if sludge is present, the mechanic will let you know. Strut mounts are also a point of contention, as is the interior heating system.
During a general visual inspection, included in your service price, the mechanic will check for all of these problems and suggest what to do next if they find any.
With Saab servicing near me, we work in across the city, from Murdoch to Shenton Park and West Perth to North Perth.
If any car company ever had a reputation for plain and simple hard work, it’s Volvo. For many years, the company has produced cars that are, yes, somewhat basic, but are always reliable and long-lasting.
With Volvo car servicing, whether it’s the XC90, XC60 or XC40 SUVs, S60 wagon, or electric or hybrid versions of these models, we are experienced performing all types of services. We have also worked on popular older cars such as the V40, V60, C70 and S40.
The Volvo V70 has been around for a long time, but it’s infamous for sometimes having a grinding automatic transmission. The power steering hose in the S60 is also known to occasionally leak and the fuse box in the 240 can become waterlogged.
All of these potential issues will be checked during a service. The technician will also advise you as to whether you should take some extra steps to prevent (or fix) it.
For Volvo servicing Perth, our mobile mechanics can be called out to a location of your choice, whether it’s your home or workplace, either for a warranty service for newer models or 12 month services on older Volvo vehicles.
With Volvo servicing near me, we work across the city, including North Perth, Mount Pleasant, Applecross, Leeming and Willetton.
For Skoda car servicing, a wide range of different services are available, from a simple oil change or radiator check to a full 12 month service or warranty service.
From hatches to sedans, wagons and SUVs, whether you drive a Kamiq, Karoq, Kodiaq, Fabia, Scala, Octavia or Superb, regular servicing means you’re not only safer on the roads, but you’ll reduce your overall running costs too.
Some models are known to have common faults. For example, the Octavia can develop driveshaft vibration, turbo failure, clunky automatic transmission shifts and central locking issues.
The newer Superbs are also affected by loud rear suspension, whereas the older models had problems with the DSG transmission, especially between first and second.
With Skoda servicing Perth, our mobile mechanics will come to you to perform a service in a place of your choosing. Most of our customers like us to work at either their home or workplace.
For Skoda servicing near me, we operate throughout Perth’s suburbs, such as Burns Beach, Cragie, Kallaroo and Ashby.
With Citroen car servicing, we are used to dealing with all sorts of Citroen cars. Whether you drive a new C3 hatch or crossover or C5 SUV, or an older C4, C5 sedan, classic SM, DS3 hatch or even a 2CV, we can perform a wide range of services.
Older Citroen models can be impacted by some common faults such as knocking noises (usually due to an engine or gearbox component), air conditioning issues, brake failure and heavy steering.
Problems such as juddering from first gear or the clutch are also often seen.
For Citroen servicing Perth, our auto technicians work all across the city, including Hocking, Connolly, Madeley, Gwelup and Dianella.
If you’ve searched Citroen servicing near me, get in touch to arrange a warranty service if your vehicle is still under warranty or a regular 6 or 12 month service for older models.
For Renault car servicing, we have experience working with all sorts of SUVs, hatches and sedans that Renault have produced, such as the Koleos, Captur, Megane, Fluence, Clio, Kadjar and Latitude.
Common problems with the Renault Megane, such as high oil pressure, failing ignition coils or poor engine performance, can be addressed with a specialist service.
Renault models can also often be affected by automatic transmission faults, power steering issues and problems with the engine stalling or cutting out.
For a Renault servicing Perth, during a log book service (for new models) or regular service for older models, standard inclusions to expect are oil and filter changes, brake checks, fluid top ups and suggestions for preventative maintenance coming up in the future.
For Renault servicing near me, we work wherever you’d like us to, usually at either your home or workplace in suburbs such as Mirrabooka, Woodvale, Beechboro, Woodlands, Welshpool, Padbury and Shenton Park.
Servicing Of All Vehicle Types
Although the process of servicing is relatively similar no matter the type of vehicle, there are some subtle differences.
In this section, we examine the differences between servicing for hatchbacks, sedans, 4x4s and SUVs, trucks and utes.
For the best car service in Perth for any vehicle type, book an appointment here on our website for one of our expert mobile mechanics to come out to your home or office.
Since hatchbacks are smaller than other body types, they are often simpler to run and service. In general, smaller engines, despite having less power, mean there’s less to go wrong.
Almost all hatches are front-wheel-drive (FWD), meaning fewer drivetrain components to malfunction.
However, particularly on older hatchbacks, there are some well-known downsides. For example, early automatic gearboxes on small-engine cars have a tendency to fail.
With an auto transmission service in Perth, we can diagnose problems on these parts and recommend a suitable course of action.
Searching for best car servicing near me will bring up our expert mobile servicing for hatchbacks, where our mobile mechanics come to you for servicing which includes oil and filter changes, fluid top ups, changing spark plugs and more.
So whether you’re looking for a warranty service at either 10,000km, 20,000km, or 30,000km… as well as for older models, we can get your hatchback running smoothly again.
With sedan car servicing near me, we bring the workshop to you. Since sedans are bigger and longer than hatches, there are a few extra things to watch out for.
Broadly, though, services follow the same structure as for hatchbacks.
Brakes on sedans can be more heavy-duty than on smaller hatches. That’s because they have more weight to slow down.
For mobile brake repairs in Perth, when something goes wrong it can potentially be dangerous. So it’s important to have qualified, licensed auto technicians to assist you and get your car back on the road as soon as possible, whether they’re working on discs, pads, lines, hoses, pedals, master cylinder or callipers.
Many new sedans have AWD (all-wheel-drive). Despite popular belief, this is different from the 4WD (or 4×4) drivetrain.
AWD is a sort of temporary 4WD system. Most of the time, it runs on just one axle (usually the front).
However, when the front wheels lose traction, the power momentarily goes to the other axle too, to help maintain grip. A mechanic will check this system for you and make sure it’s working.
For a sedan auto service in Perth, we can service your vehicle on your driveway at home or at your workplace.
For SUV servicing and 4WD servicing Perth, as they have a few extra parts you don’t find on regular cars, such as the transfer case, and are usually built to be a little more rough and ready than the standard road car, servicing often costs a bit more.
The Toyota Land Cruiser, Jeep Gladiator and Land Rover Defender are popular on-road and off-road 4×4’s in Perth and across the country.
For expert 4×4 servicing Perth, make sure your auto technician has experience with your brand and model of 4WD to ensure your vehicle gets a thorough service.
Most 4×4 vehicles are diesel-powered. This is because of the low-end torque that diesel provides, giving them a greater ability to traverse tricky landscapes such as rocky outposts, steep slopes or mud.
When you book a full service for one of these vehicles, the mechanic should also check all the diesel-related components, such as the glow plugs, DPF and AdBlue (if applicable).
For the best 4WD service in Perth, consider our mobile mechanics who can service your 4×4 on your driveway at home or at work.
The Aussie ute is as popular as ever with the Holden Commodore ute and Ford Falcon ute being the two most popular.
For ute servicing Perth, whether you need a radiator check or a major service, consistent servicing will help keep your running costs down, especially when it comes to fuel consumption, as pretty much all utes are 6 or 8 cylinder engines.
There are many top quality trucks in Australia these days with popular makes and models including the Mazda BT-50, Toyota Hilux, Nissan Navara, Volkswagen Amarok, Ford Ranger, Ssangyong Actyon Sports 4×4, and many more.
For truck servicing Perth, regular checks can prevent major repairs further down the track, especially as many trucks are 4WD and are often taken off-road in the bush or on the beach.
The last place you want a breakdown is on a camping trip up the beach or in the forest somewhere as you’ll also incur towing costs.
Preventative maintenance is crucial if you’re vehicle takes a bit of a beating, even as a work truck for tradies.
We also service larger trucks up to 6 tonne.
How much does it cost to service a car in Perth?
When looking for a service, it’s important to know that car servicing prices can vary significantly depending on either the location of the garage/workshop or the distance a mobile mechanic needs to travel.
Even if you search something like car servicing near me, ensure that you’re getting top quality workmanship from a reliable, trustworthy business.
For a car service price in Perth, our prices are competitive and come with a warranty on any parts installed.
Depending on your vehicle – whether it’s a small, 4-cylinder Japanese-made hatchback for example up to an 8 cylinder ute – the price is slightly different.
For a minor, regular service, you should expect to pay between $250 and $350. For log book servicing in Perth, get in touch with us for a tailored car service quote for your particular vehicle.
If while servicing your car we identify an urgent part repair or replacement, we will discuss this with you and let you know the additional cost, and it’s up to you if you’d like to proceed from there.
To find out the car service cost in Perth for your size of vehicle, click the “book now” button in our website menu to see a full list of prices.
What should a basic car service include?
A basic car service should include, as a minimum, an oil and filter change and general visual inspection of the vehicle.
With mechanics in Perth, a basic service is fairly simple and shouldn’t cost too much. Some Perth mechanics will offer services below even an oil and filter change, such as brake or radiator checks.
If you feel something might be wrong with your vehicle – or you know something’s wrong – give us a call and we’ll be happy to help.
After the service has concluded, you should get a record of all the mechanic’s findings on your vehicle. Good mechanics in Perth may also recommend certain actions to prevent future issues, such as a new tyre if it’s becoming unsafe to drive on.
What does a full service on a car include?
When you book your car in for a full service, you should expect a detailed inspection of your vehicle along with all filters changed and fluids topped up.
Of course, depending on your vehicle, the specific requirements might be different from the next. An electric car won’t need new spark plugs, for example, neither will a petrol car require glow plugs.
Depending on which Perth mechanic you engage, the costs for these components can vary significantly from car to car – for example, spark plugs can range from $10 per plug to $60+ per plug,
Servicing is quoted depending on the size of the car (hatchback, sedan, 4WD, etc), mostly relating to the number of cylinders the engine has (4, 6 or 8).
For car servicing in Perth, please get in touch with us for a no-obligation quote. Our servicing starts at $269.50.
Is 60,000km a major service?
Yes, 60,000km is a major service because your car is between 3 and 7 years old, which is often a crucial period where the way the car has been driven and looked after can really make a difference in how well the car will run in the coming years.
For a mobile car mechanic in Perth, we can perform a 60,000km service at a place suiting you.
Generally you shouldn’t need any expensive repairs at this point, but it’s certainly a crucial time to continue preventative maintenance including checking your brakes, tyres and suspension for any potential defects, aside from the regular service items.
For a major service in Perth, we offer all the features mentioned near the start of this article, including (but not limited to):
- Oil change
- Fluid top-ups
- Filter changes
- Tyre condition inspection
- Cabin safety inspection (including seatbelts, doors and airbags)
- General inspection
For a mobile mechanic in Perth WA, our technicians can perform vehicle servicing at your home or workplace.
Are mobile mechanics cheaper than garages?
A mobile car mechanic in Perth is often cheaper than a garage as mobile mechanics have far fewer overheads to cover than a garage owner.
As well as being cheaper, mobile mechanics are often more flexible and make life easier for you by coming to your home or workplace.
For car service costs in Perth, request an accurate quote up front so that you know what you’ll be paying, and if the mechanic identifies additional issues that require immediate repair or replacement, he’ll discuss this with you before proceeding with the work.
As expert mechanics, our charges are competitive and we have 100+ 5-star reviews on google. In addition, we’ll come to you at either your workplace or home, offering reliable Perth auto care Monday to Friday.
Car servicing is a regular and necessary part of vehicle ownership and so it makes sense to make it as hassle-free as possible.
Rather than searching car servicing centre near me, booking in, dropping off, then having to use a loaner car or worse, catch a taxi or bus to home or work, consider a mobile mechanic.
We would be happy to help out at a time and place that suits you. Our opening hours are between 8am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.
We look forward to hearing from you.
The Team at Auto Smart Mechanical.