In the 80s and 90s, Suzuki made a name for itself by crafting vehicles that emphasized sporty styling, compact size, and affordability. Suzuki also produced some of the industry’s first compact SUVs, including the Samurai and the Sidekick, and while no longer producing cars for the American market, many Suzuki models are still on the road today. If you drive a Suzuki in the Pleasant View area, we can fix it.
At Auto Service of Pleasant View, we know Suzuki vehicles just as well as the Suzuki dealerships. Our technicians stay up-to-date on the latest Suzuki technology and features to ensure we can take care of your vehicle whether you need an oil change or engine replacement. If you live in the Pleasant View area, we hope you’ll count on us to keep your Suzuki performing at its best.
If any warning lights display on your Suzuki vehicle, you should head to an auto repair shop as soon as possible (at a minimum within the next 600 miles). Generally, your motor oil and filter must be changed at least once a year, and this may be the culprit. However, if you’re driving in optimal conditions, your vehicle might not indicate the need for vehicle service for more than a year. At Auto Service of Pleasant View, our trained technicians can accurately determine when your Suzuki needs maintenance, exactly when and not before or after it’s necessary.
The brake pads on your Suzuki vehicle are equipped with wear indicators that will produce a squealing noise when the brakes are almost worn out. The noise will start when there is about 2 mm of brake pad friction remaining, which is when brake pads need to be replaced. If you are hearing this noise, your brake pads should be replaced as soon as possible. (The noise may be present even when you’re not applying the brake pedal.) At Auto Service of Pleasant View, we can help with all your Suzuki service needs.
When your Suzuki needs repairs or maintenance, call Auto Service of Pleasant View in Pleasant View, TN. We’ll work to get you back on the road quickly with minimal hassles and headaches.