ADVERTORIAL: Looking for an Auto Service Centre you can afford and trust?

2016-11-24 06:01
Photo: supplied The Stuttgart team Strini Naidoo (owner), Feiaz Alli (service manager) and Navin Singh (product support).

Photo: supplied The Stuttgart team Strini Naidoo (owner), Feiaz Alli (service manager) and Navin Singh (product support).

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FINALLY what the North Coast needed - a fully-equipped and accredited one-stop shop with the latest diagnostic test equipment for all makes of cars, trucks, buses and earthmoving equipment - is in town.

Stuttgart Diesel was voted the ‘Best Service Centre’ for four consecutive years by the Zululand public and has now opened a workshop in Tongaat.

These accolades serves as a testament to the tried and tested formula that focuses on customer service paired with quality workmanship. It’s more than just getting your vehicle serviced or repaired at Stuttgart, it’s about building relationships and meeting people who are willing to go the extra mile.

Owner Strini Naidoo explains that the success of Stuttgart Diesel & Electro is owing to good old fashioned business ethics.

“We do business the old way, whereby customers are allowed access to the workshop to be part of the processes. Openness and transparency are important to us and our customers have come to learn that we are honest, reliable and efficient,” said Naidoo.

Stuttgart Diesel & Electro has invested millions in new diagnostic equipment at this branch to ensure they are at the cutting edge of new technologies and advancements, something that was of dire need on the North Coast. The highly skilled and competent workforce is trained regularly at leading manufacturers like Bosch, Denso and Delphi to keep up with advancements in the automotive world.

They also provide 24-hour field support and have a fleet of vehicles that are fully equipped and manned by technicians who are always ready to come to the rescue of clients on site.

“With well-trained technicians and the latest equipment, we ensure our customers are back on the road as soon as possible and with confidence.”

“We are positive about the future and will continue to provide our customers with the best service possible.

“We are here to stay.”

Visit Stuttgart Diesel & Electro for your next vehicle service at Unit 9, Tongaat Business Park, Old Mill Road or contact Feiaz Alli or Strini Naidoo on 032 944 1741 or our 24 Hour emergency Call Out on 083 417 0103.

- Supplied.

We do business the old way, whereby customers are allowed access to the workshop to be part of the processes. Openness and transparency are important to us and our customers have come to learn that we are honest, reliable and efficient.

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