Get Your Vehicle Serviced at the Dealership!

Dealing with car troubles are a hassle. However, at the new car dealerships of the Stockton Auto Mall not only can you buy a brand new car but they also provide service and maintenance for your vehicle regardless of where you purchased it.

Coming into the shop, you receive great service and attention. The technicians on location are factory trained and use the highest quality original manufacturer parts, and have the computer systems and tools to accurately diagnose and repair your vehicle. Most dealerships are larger than independent shops which means they have more help to work on your car sooner rather than later. Why waste several hours just waiting to have your oil changed?

The service departments at our new car dealerships carry tires, batteries, and even wiper blades for almost any vehicle. Compared to local big box stores our prices beat out the competitors. For instance, right now you can get an oil change at Big Valley Ford-Lincoln for $39.95. It also includes tire rotation, brake inspection, top-off of all your fluids, and tests or checks of your battery, filters, belts, and hoses. The service departments at Mataga, Dodge, and Mazda all have similar deals.

If your vehicle is under warranty, take it straight to the dealership to get it serviced. Many customers bring vehicles in that have had maintenance performed at outside shops. Often these vehicles have had inferior parts installed, or the work has been done improperly - voiding the warranty on the vehicle over an issue that might have been covered under warranty in the first place. Having your service done at the dealership ensures that the warranty will stay in effect and your vehicle stays running just like it did when you bought it!

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