Te Puke Service Centre

132c Jellicoe Street, Te Puke

Mon-Fri: 8:00am-5:00pm

 

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We are your local Auto Super Shoppe in Te Puke

Te Puke Service Centre is owned and operated by Alan Blair and Alison Moffat who are dedicated to delivering the highest level of service to customers. The business was established in 2015 but has been running for over 20 years prior to this and is run with a successful team of highly experienced technicians who have over 90 years of collective experience in the automotive industry.  

MTA approved and selected as a top workshop in the area for the Auto Super Shoppe network means customers can rest assured their vehicle is in the best hands.  We believe we are part of a Community and support our local organisations when possible.  


Our automotive services include Car Servicing, Warrant of Fitness, Tyres, Brake Repairs, Cambelts, Car Air-Conditioning, Car Battery, CV Joints, Electrics, Engine Management & Diagnostics and much more.


Te Puke Service Centre is local to Te Puke, Papamoa, Pongaroa, Welcome Bay and offer courtesy cars or a local pickup and delivery service.  We welcome online booking enquiries or just call should you need automotive advice, an estimate or would like to make a booking.  


We accept all major credit cards, Farmland Card, Eftpos and cash.  Contact us for all your vehicle needs.

Our Services

Regular car servicing ensures your vehicle is kept healthy and safe
A Warrant of Fitness (or WOF as it’s better known) is a way to make sure the cars on the road are actually roadworthy.
We are highly trained in diagnosing problems. Our Auto Super Shoppes mechanics can service, repair, or replace your clutch if necessary
Contrary to what you may think, the most common cause of mechanical failure in cars is not the engine, but the transmission!
We guarantee all our parts, be confident that our premium products and workmanship will provide the max kilometres from your brake pads
Should you replace the cambelt? Knowing the answer will be the difference between happy motoring OR a costly labour intensive repair
In a front wheel drive car, the CV (Constant Velocity) joints are what transfers power to the wheels, while steering at the same time
Having a faulty car battery is a common problem. In fact, a flat battery is the single most common reason for calling Roadside Rescue.

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