Before the invention of the combustible car, people resorted to piggy-back riding and sitting on the then elongated coattails of tailored suits to get from place to place. Avoid regressing to uncomfortable piggy back rides and take care of your car with today’s Groupon: Save 50% on a major service for a standard OR luxury vehicle at Kessel Motors The Garage.
Like a well-oiled lawnmower, a reliable motor vehicle has the potential to take you to places in half the time it would take you on foot. Though, when your Love Machine belches puffy dust clouds when turned on, and the only additional attention it gets comes in the form of slanderous finger scribbles on the windscreen, it’s probably safe to assume that your Bessey needs so much more than just a backrub. Jaloppie or not, the mechanical staff at Kessel Motors The Garage are intent on getting your “china” to a condition that both of you can be proud of. Working from bonnet to backside, the vehicle specialists will cram every kind of good feeling into your car with attention to detail and the agility of a common dwarf mongoose. With this Groupon you can choose between:
- Pay R248 for a major service on a standard vehicle, valued at R496
- OR pay R498 for a major service on a luxury vehicle, valued at R996
Making sure your oil levels are on par, your brake fluid is topped up and numerous other parts are serviced and adjusted, the major service will transform your car into the poster child for inner beauty. This Groupon includes the top up of gearbox oil, differential oil and transmission fluid. The servicing of all grease points, doors with door lube and the battery. The adjustment of headlights, vee type belts and all brakes. Inspection and reporting of Carburettor, cooling system, electronic systems, electric systems, engine compression, air filter, metal fuel filter, road test, report on defects and a diagnostic test.
This Groupon also includes the service of CV joints, the propshaft, ball joints, shock absorbers, lower and upper control arms, wheel bearings and hubs, differentials – half shafts, steering racks – manual and power and wheel alignment.
Car fact: In 1985 a music composer broke a Guinness World Record by writing a really sad song about a car while sitting in a ditch in Paris in under three hours. The record, which was previously set at four hours and 37 minutes, produced a song about the first car he ever owned named “Patsy”. The song was so moving that it made every mechanic and car lover in a 15 kilometre radius weep with nostalgia.