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The Volkswagen Group might be one of the biggest car manufacturing conglomerates out there, but that hasn’t stopped them from keeping each brand under their umbrella distinct and individual. Volkswagen’s are fantastic cars, often designed for people who are looking for function and comfort to be harmonized in a single design. While Volkswagen has only gotten more and more consistent over the years, their vehicles still need maintenance just like any other car design. No engineer has created the perfect maintenance-free design, which means that you still need a top-notch mechanic to keep your Volkswagen running the way it should.
If you’re a Volkswagen owner in the San Leandro, Castro Valley, Hayward, Oakland, and San Lorenzo, Precision Auto Care would be happy to be that mechanic for you. From the most detailed and complicated repairs to the simplest oil changes, we’re here for your Volkswagen maintenance needs.
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Looking for a top-rated local auto repair shop to tune up your vehicle? We offer major tune-up services including spark plug replacement, oil change, belt and hose replacement, windshield wiper replacement, fluid refilling, tire check, balancing and rotation, and more. Schedule an appointment today!
Is it time for new brakes? Are you hearing any squeaking or screeching coming from your car? It may be just your brake pads, or you might need a complete brake replacement. Just bring your car in or have it towed to our shop and we’ll take a look.
The Golf Hatchback might be a compact hatchback that looks a bit like a smaller van, but it sure doesn’t handle like one. The athletic handling and nimble design work to make this a fun drive despite somewhat humdrum exterior styling. Both transmission options are fun to work with and don’t need much maintenance, and a lot of the extra features of the Golf Hatchback help cut down on maintenance requirements. That means that you don’t need to bring your Golf Hatchback in quite as often, which makes it more important to have a mechanic you can trust to do detailed work and be proactive with your vehicle instead of waiting for problems to happen.
Looking for a compact SUV with lots of cargo room and a little luxury baked-in? You might be considering a Tiguan, or already a proud owner. These vehicles don’t need a lot of extra maintenance, despite the addition of a turbo to give the engine some oomph. Responsive steering and a well-tuned suspension system are icing on the cake, but also the major systems your mechanic should keep an eye on. Suspension maintenance is likely to be the biggest concern outside of routine and scheduled care, and attention to detail is critical to catch potential problems as soon as possible.
The Jetta is one of the best rides you can get in an economy Sedan, and modern versions are more consistent and seem to have overcome the overheating problems that were common in older models. For maintenance, the big trick with Jettas is keeping an eye on the different monitors and sensor systems to make sure everything is working as it should. The extensive monitoring in the Jetta will pretty much tell you when anything else is wrong – but your mechanic will help make sure it’s working and ready for when trouble strikes.
The Golf Variant is similar to the hatchback in a lot of performance specs. But, sportier design, better acceleration, and more a more athletic steering system all help the Variant stand out. That said the drivetrain can be a little aggressive and the suspension systems deserves the occasional TLC to keep the vehicle running smoothly.
Volkswagen has announced that Polo is really their first foray into the kind of cars they’re going to be producing in the next 10 years or so. It’s updated, tech-heavy, and good news for consumers looking for more options in a vehicle that comes with a turbo. That said, the Polo’s engine and fuel systems both need a fair amount of attention to keep the turbo working well, and it’s known for emissions problems related to cracked filters and other repairable but frustrating problems. Ultimately, a good mechanic can keep a Polo working like new 90% of the time or more, but you need someone detail-oriented and familiar with the new designs. Someone like Precision Auto Care. If you’re looking for someone to take care of your Volkswagen, Precision Auto Care can help