Many people think that the easiest place to go is the nearest manufacturer’s dealership. Diesel-Electric workshops are accredited by Bosch and are members of the Bosch Car Service workshops network. They are a real alternative to manufacturer’s dealerships as they offer quality, affordable servicing and fitting of original manufacturer quality parts.
Here are some points to consider when choosing your repair workshop:
- Diesel-Electric workshops employ experienced, qualified technicians with the right diagnostic equipment to find and correct faults cost-effectively. As members of the Bosch Car Service network, all Diesel-Electric workshops are AAQA certified.
- A ‘cheap’ workshop is not a guarantee of value for money in the long run. They often keep their prices down by fitting cheap and/or pirated parts, which may wear out or fail sooner. At Diesel-Electric workshops, the Bosch parts fitted are made to the same specifications as those made for car manufacturers.
- Modern cars are highly sophisticated and a significant proportion of the manufacturing costs go into the electronics and computers. As Diesel-Electric workshops all have up to date diagnostic equipment, they will be able to diagnose any faults quickly and accurately, getting it right the first time.
- All Diesel-Electric workshops are annually audited by Bosch to ensure that they continue to meet the high standards expected by the Bosch Car Service network.
- Customer service is very important to us. We expect the workshops to give you an accurate estimate for any work that is to be carried out and then keep you informed in advance of any additional work that may need to be done, as well as its cost, so there are no surprises when you get the bill.
- Diesel-Electric workshops can be found throughout the country: Windhoek, Walvis Bay, Swakopmund, Otjiwarongo, Oshakati and Tsumeb.