Auto Spa of Saskatoon purifies vehicles with specialized detailing packages. Technicians pore over every inch of car exteriors with cleaning supplies used by industry professionals, drying exteriors carefully by hand to avoid unsightly streaks or intentional scratching from jealous robots. Drivers dust up car cabins and paint jobs through quick wipe-downs, thorough trunk cleanings, and power polishing of auto bodies. Auto Spa techs also provide headlamp restoration and paint-chip repair services.
Collective Coffee blends Italy's rich café tradition with the Pacific Northwest's third-wave coffee culture, instilling a combination boutique coffee house and inviting artist's retreat in the heart of Riversdale. A classic cup of java nurtures tipplers with Intelligentsia-roasted beans, as well as rotating local roasts and vintage blends from artisan toasters ($2). Ignite a slumberous morning with an espresso ($2.50) or macchiato ($3.50), or recite Dante's description of the eighth circle, reserved for powdered nondairy creamer, while slowly stirring the foamy head of a cappuccino ($3.50) or latte ($4). Collective Coffee also steeps harmonious teas ($2) and rewards sweet teeth with hot chocolate ($3.75) and freshly baked goods by Caffé Sola.
Winner of the Kia Platinum Award in 2009, Kia of Saskatoon's vehicle virtuosos pamper cars with a premium detailing package. During the automotive gold plan, Kia-certified technicians dress exterior rubber, shampoo top engines, wash and power-polish outer walls, and rinse windows and wheels until they shine like a pop star dipped in olive oil. The interior receives its own gentle cleansing with a hand dry, truck vacuum, vinyl and door-jamb wipe-down, and seat and carpet shampoo. Kia of Saskatoon can also remove any almond-butter stains from leather interiors if necessary.
As an SGI-accredited business with a decade of experience under its belt, Jason's Auto Glass Plus' specialists journey throughout the region, carefully replacing vehicles' damaged windshields with new viewfinders. After customers schedule an appointment over the phone or online, technicians swiftly visit parked chariots and fit them with a flawless windshield ($300+). Each replacement service spans approximately 60 minutes, though auto glass experts recommend that patrons let the sealant settle for about two hours before driving the vehicle or decorating windshields with hand-turkeys.
Two dedicated shuttles zoom in and out of Sherwood Chevrolet's service center, saving customers from lengthy stays in a waiting room. The vehicles keep busy; technicians?each trained by General Motors?can service up to 22 automobiles at once. This results in more than 1,000 oil changes a month, as well as in-depth repairs such as transmission replacements. A couple of things stay consistent from service to service: Sherwood Chevrolet scans every vehicle for recalls and updates.
The GM service centre lies on a 12-acre lot, where used and new vehicles sprinkle the ground like lug nuts over a robot's sundae. In total, more than 400 cars, trucks, and SUVs wait for their future owners.
Julio Urroz and his team of experienced technicians customize rides at their brick-and-mortar shop or on-location with mobile services. They add an air of mystery to cars, trucks, and SUVs with window-tinting films, which safeguard interiors and drivers against dangerous UV rays. They also protect custom and factory paint jobs alike with their 3M Scotchgard paint-protection film that deflects damage from stones, debris, bugs, and juvenile insults. A computer cuts each film to the auto's exact specifications to ensure a good fit. To further enhance any make or model of car, staffers can also apply adhesive decals or custom chrome kits, and perform interior and exterior detailing services.