ISUZUHAVE YOUR SHOCK ABSORBERS FITTED AT CONCORDE AUTO CENTRE
Worn or damaged shock absorbers? Choose Concorde Auto Centre for best prices on fitting suspension parts
At Concorde Auto Centre you can be assured that if you have any concerns over the condition of your Isuzu shock absorbers that our professional auto technicians will be happy to assist you and will inspect your shock absorbers to ensure they are in perfect working order.
How do you know if your Isuzu shock absorbers are faulty?
If the front of your car dips excessively under braking, or you feel that it's not handling as well as it could there maybe an issue with the shocks. Due to gradual wear, most drivers do not notice the change in their car's suspension characteristics as they often change their driving style to compensate.
Concorde Auto Centre technicians will be happy to check over your Isuzu and if you do require replacement shock absorbers then we can offer you a range of products from the leading suppliers and at competitive prices too. We would always recommend that you replace them in pairs for improved road handling and safety.
- With branches in
- Swindon and
- Concorde Auto Centre offers a wide range of professional services with highly trained auto technicians always on hand to fit new parts or to offer advice to our loyal customers. Call us today to get the best prices on
- new car tyres fitted,
- winter car tyres fitted,
- wheel alignment,
- car exhaust systems,
- air conditioning recharges,
- replacement brake pads and discs,
- booking in your car for its MOT,
- car servicing,
- shock absorbers,
- engine rebuilds,
- vehicle diagnostics,
- tow bars,
- turbo inspection and
- car gearboxes
"I just thought I would drop you a quick email to say thank you for your service over the last few days.I found you not only competitive but offered a good service, a friendly atmosphere and most important of all, excellent aftersales. "
ANDREW - 21 May 2013
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