Servicing your car at Falcone’s used car dealership on a routine basis is essential for extending the life of your car and ensuring that it’s safe and reliable. To find out why dealership service provides quality that is above and beyond the quality of service you’ll find at an independent repair shop, read through the following points.
Your car, when being serviced or repaired, will likely need to get a few parts replaced. Aftermarket parts, which independent repair shops are famous for using during repair and maintenance services, have been shown to present serious safety risks according to Consumer Reports. Instead of risking your safety and the dependability of your car, come to the dealership and ensure that only high-quality genuine parts are used—parts that are designed, built, and guaranteed by the manufacturer of your car.
When you go to a dealership for service, you can be sure that the most qualified technicians in town are working on your car. This is because technicians at the dealership must pass a rigorous training program that qualifies them to work on your specific brand of car. In addition to being thoroughly knowledgeable about your particular car, technicians at the dealership must also continue to update themselves on a regular basis with the most recent service methods.
Factory-Recommended Service Intervals
In your owner’s manual, you will find instructions given by the manufacturer of your car for how often you should maintain certain parts of your car. At the dealership, these manufacturer-recommended service intervals are always the standard. At an independent repair shop, however, there’s a good chance that technicians will recommend that you get a different level of service, which means that you will probably pay more than necessary for too much service or end up needing even further repairs down the road.
To give your used car the best service in the Indianapolis area, come to Falcone Automotive. To make a service appointment with Falcone, give us a call at (888) 488-4914 or visit our website.