OneStop Auto Centre

58 Russell Street, Marton, Wanganui 4710

WE'RE OPEN FOR WOF, SERVICE AND REPAIRS - PHONE US NOW TO BOOK
Mon-Fri: 8am - 5pm
Sat: 9am - 12pm
Sun: Closed 

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We are your local Auto Super Shoppe in Marton, Rangitikei

We aim to keep New Zealanders safe, so operating under any alert level we are taking all appropriate precautions necessary including contactless service, vehicle sanitation, proper workplace hygiene and social distancing. Please phone us to find out more and we will be happy to help with your vehicle enquiries.

As you enter the inviting reception you will be greeted by our friendly owner Matt Hynes, including supporting staff and mechanics who are happy to help. 

OneStop Auto Centre is dedicated to delivering the highest level of service to customers. 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. 

Our automotive services include Car Servicing, Warrant of Fitness, Tyres, Brake Repairs, Cambelts, Suspension, Gearbox, Car Battery, CV Joints, Ford Servicing Agent, Engine Management & Diagnostics and much more. We offer courtesy cars or a local pickup and delivery service.
  
We welcome your online booking enquiries or just call should you need automotive advice, a quote or would like to make a booking. 


We accept all major credit cards, Mastercard, Visa, Eftpos and cash. We also have the payment option of Genoapay available. Contact us for all your vehicle needs: 06 327 8708


 

Our Services

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.
Regular car servicing ensures your vehicle is kept healthy and safe
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
Having a faulty car battery is a common problem. In fact, a flat battery is the single most common reason for calling Roadside Rescue.
In a front wheel drive car, the CV (Constant Velocity) joints are what transfers power to the wheels, while steering at the same time
If you have noticed your car is handling poorly, it could indicate a problem with your shock absorbers or suspension system.
Your radiator works to keep the optimal operating temperature within proper bounds.

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