Why Choose Trinity’s Quality Auto Care for VW Repairs?
Volkswagen is one of the most renowned and famed car manufacturers in the world. Their reputation for producing durable and reliable vehicles sets VW apart in the automotive industry. VWs are known for comfort and style, along with unmatched features.
Just like any other vehicle, however, Volkswagens are not indestructible or immortal. As time passes, various interior parts and components will wear down. This can result in startup issues, poor fuel-efficiency, and other potential matters. To prevent this from happening, make sure to visit Trinity’s Quality Auto Care for regular maintenance and VW repair.
VW Repairs We Offer Include
- Volkswagen Engine Repairing (including Turbo variants)
- Disc, Electric and Drum Braking System Repairs
- Automatic, Manual, CVT, Semi-Automatic Transmission Repairs
- Suspension Repairs (including axle, coils, and hydraulics)
- Steering System Repairs (including Wheel Alignment)
- Electrical System Diagnosis and Repairs
- Oil Change Services
- Battery Replacements
Experienced Technicians to Perform All VW Repairs
Trinity’s Quality Auto Care is a known name in Keizer – known for our experienced and professional staff of ASE-Certified technicians. From regular maintenance tasks to major VW repairs, we can handle it all.
When you come to Trinity’s Quality Auto Care, one of our experienced technicians will conduct a thorough and extensive multi-point inspection process that involves a road test, visual check, mechanical check and a computerized scan. Rest assured we will reach the cause of any problem with your Volkswagen.
Comprehensive Outline for the Repairs needed
Upon successful completion of the inspection and diagnostics process, our service advisors will go over the details with you. This includes everything that needs to be done to get your VW properly repaired. Feel free to ask any questions about the VW repair process. The work will begin only after you approve our recommendations.
Trinity’s Quality Auto Care replaces all worn or damaged parts with original OEM parts or aftermarket alternatives that meet or exceed OEM specifications.