Whangamata Service Centre

201 Aickin Road, Whangamata, 3620

Mon-Fri: 8:00am-5:00pm
Sat: 8:00am - 12:00pm
Sun: Closed


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We are your local Auto Super Shoppe in Whangamata

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.

Are you looking for tyres Whangamata, WOF Whangamata, car service Whangamata or auto electrical Whangamata? Whangamata Service Centre mechanics offer premium servicing for your car.

Whangamata Service Centre is part of the Auto Super Shoppes Group and is conveniently open Monday to Friday from 8am - 5pm & Saturdays from 8am-12pm with mobile services available. 

Here at Whangamata Service Centre we repair and service all car makes and models; providing the latest technology for efficient and timely servicing. Our highly qualified techs use the latest technologies for efficient diagnosis assessing fault light codes and computer scanning.  

We offer full automotive services that include Car Servicing, Warrant of Fitness, Tyres, Brake Repairs, Car Air-Conditioning, Car Battery, CV Joints, Oil Changes, Electrics and much more.

We offer a courtesy car option for your convenience and we welcome online booking enquiries or a call should you need automotive advice, a quote or would like to book a service. Phone us now or enquire online.

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 guarantee all our parts, be confident that our premium products and workmanship will provide the max kilometres from your brake pads
We are highly trained in diagnosing problems. Our Auto Super Shoppes mechanics can service, repair, or replace your clutch if necessary
Having a faulty car battery is a common problem. In fact, a flat battery is the single most common reason for calling Roadside Rescue.
If you have noticed your car is handling poorly, it could indicate a problem with your shock absorbers or suspension system.

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