Automobiles emit characteristic sounds when they require services, from pings that signal the need for higher-octane gasoline to sizzles that reveal that tires are parked atop a working hibachi. Bring engines to a trained auto whisperer with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$19 for an oil-change package with 19-point inspection and standard-oil change (up to a $29.95 value; up to a $99.55 total value)
$38 for an oil-change package with 19-point inspection and synthetic-oil change (up to a $69.95 value; up to a $139.55 total value)
Both oil-change packages include a tire rotation (a $34.80 value) and a brake inspection (a $34.80 value).
$49 for an air-conditioning service (a $180 value)
- Air-conditioner performance-evaluation service
- Evacuation and recharge refrigerant
- Inspection and adjustment of drive belt tension (if necessary and applicable)
- Up to 1 pound of freon added if needed<p>
Wiygul Automotive Clinic
The wrench-wielding virtuosos at Wiygul Automotive Clinic call upon more than 35 years of automotive experience to keep roadsters running smoothly with a variety of services. Steel ponies of all makes and models can roll into the shop’s service bays, where mechanics pore over parts to confirm safety and snuff out problems. Safety inspections and state emissions tests pinpoint fume outputs and confirm that seat belts and airbags adhere to safety standards established by Evel Knievel fan fiction. Technicians also repair engines, transmissions, and power steering; adjust heating and cooling systems; and encircle wheels with Dunlop and Goodyear tires. Wiygul Automotive Clinic doubles down on its work with 24-month/24,000-mile warranties on parts and labor, and shuttles drivers home and back during their cars' appointments.
83% of 1,175 customers
“Great service at a great price...the one downside is that it took the shop over 4 hours to complete my service so schedule yourself a lift to and back.”
“Very customer friendly and Car was ready when it was promised , ”
“The are very polite and have great customer service.”