We always have great deals on Mitsubishi service. Check out Waverley Mitsubishi service specials frequently for up-to-date information.
Waverley Mitsubishi wants to help you get your car ready for the season. You can schedule your seasonal service appointment online or call us at 1 (888) 929-8112 to book quickly with one of our friendly service co-ordinators. Our team of experience Mitsubishi certified service technicians will be happy to help you.
Winter is here and we want to help you winterize the right way.
What does it mean to winterize your vehicle?
It means a lot more than just putting on your snow tires.
When we check a vehicle for everything it needs to perform like a Mitsubishi should through the tough winter months we check many different fluids, supplies, and hardware to ensure that you'll be prepare for the unexpected.
Contact us to book your limited time discounted service and read on below to get a better understanding of some of the areas we investigate inside your vehicle to keep it performing its best.
No one wants to be left out in the cold. Keep your cooling systems in check even in colder weather to keep your engine in top shape.
Having your shocks and your struts working is important before pot hole season in Winnipeg.
Tires and brakes tend to get more worn out during the winter. Getting your tires aligned and check can save you money in the long run and reduce wear all year long.
Your car uses several fluids that all play an important role in the proper functioning of your vehicle. They should be checked regularly to ensure their at a good level and checked for leaks.
If you're not sure what services your car needs our technicians can perform a general visual check to determine what should be done. It usually includes:
In order for you to get the most life out of an automotive battery it must remain in good condition. When you visit us and claim our limited time offer we're able to:
The fuel injection is a system for admitting fuel into an internal combustion engine. During its evolution, the fuel injector has become more precise in dispensing fuel which leads to better fuel economy. However, deposits such as water can throw off your vehicle's precision and cause drivability issues such as the following: