Warranty Servicing

Warranty Servicing
Get your car serviced without affecting the warranty

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Book a Warranty Service

Please allow a minimum of 2 business days. If you require a service sooner, please call us at 0800 522 734.

Warranty Servicing

Is your vehicle still under a service warranty? KAAR is able to complete regular warranty servicing of most vehicle makes and models quickly and efficiently–without affecting the warranty of the vehicle.

This is because we service your vehicle according to the manufacturer’s and/or Mechanical Insurance provider specifications and using the specified parts and products.

Regular Servicing
for Optimum Vehicle Performance

Regular servicing will improve your vehicle’s performance, ensure longer engine life, and maintain your vehicle’s resale value.

KAAR is able to offer a full after sales service for most cars, vans, 4WD’s and small trucks.

Petrol, Diesel, Hybrid and Electric.

When should you service your car?

Regular servicing of your vehicle is vital for its motor’s performance and longevity. For new vehicles, refer to your vehicle’s logbook or use this as a guide.

  • Petrol & Diesel cars
  • Less than 150,000km = 15,000km or 12 Months (which ever comes first)
  • More than 150.000km =10,000km or 6 months (which ever comes first)
  • Commercial Vehicles Petrol & Diesel
  • 7500km to 15,000km or 6 Months (This can vary pending on manufacture)

Servicing Older Vehicles

Older vehicles still need regular servicing, how often varies depending on make and/or model, and what it is used for. However, in general, and at the very least your vehicle should be serviced every 12 months or 10,000km, whichever comes first. We are only happy to discuss your vehicles requirements, drop on in to any of our localities, or give us a call.

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“With two convenient West Auckland locations, Henderson and Avondale, KAAR is the place to go for Auckland vehicle repairs. Our fully equipped vehicle workshops and professional team of service technicians.”

Kelvin Armstrong