Mansfield Motors is open for business, ready to provide you with the expert car service you’ve come to trust.
We’d like to reassure you that we are doing all we can to protect customers and staff in this unprecedented situation. Our workshop has made a number of adjustments to our business operations based on the advice of the Australian Government and Health Authorities. While our workshop has always maintained strong hygiene procedures, we've now increased our routine cleaning across reception areas and the workshop. Technicians continue to use best hygiene practices, with additional sanitisation of relevant surfaces undertaken prior to returning your vehicle to you.
Rest assured we’ll continue to monitor the COVID situation closely and update business practices as required to ensure that we play our part in helping keep you safe and well.
We would like to thank everyone that has been to the workshop in the past months who have been obliging to our new way of social distancing, while still getting the job done.
We trade for our customers, Monday to Friday 730 am to 500 pm
Mansfield Motors are your local Repco Authorised Service Centre & Monroe Safety Specialist. Most people don’t realise that their car's shock absorbers play a big part in safe braking and stopping distances. As a Monroe Safety Specialist we can test your shockers and make sure you can pull up in time. So book in for your FREE shock absorber test today!
With winter comes shorter days. This means more of us are on the roads in the dark or in situations with poorer visibility. Unfortunately accidents are more prone to occur at these times. Here are some tips to help keep safer on the road.
Did you know you have nearly a one in four chance of picking up a lemon when buying a used vehicle?
Tens of thousands of used-car sellers are hiding potentially serious defects from buyers, flooding the market with lemons and saddling victims with thousands of dollars in repair costs, according to CarHistory.com.au.
The online automotive bureau has analysed more than 154,035 vehicle history checks run through its database in 2015, revealing that 22.2 per cent received a negative report.