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What Our Clients Say

  • We have been the happy customers of Burnside Motors since 2006, and cannot speak highly enough regarding the professionalism and attention to detail that Peter and Mal have consistently shown in the care of our vehicles. The detailing of any work carried out is meticulous, with any questions answered patiently and clearly, and any future work anticipated in a timely fashion. Peert and Mal's gentlemanly courtesy, politeness, and helpfulness is at all times exemplary. They and their staff are unfailingly considerate, which we have increasingly appreciated the older we become. We count ourselves fortunate in knowing Peter and Mal, and wish them continued success and many more happy customers.
    Brian and Pauline Coes Creek
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How can I get to work if you service may car? +

    For people who work or live in the Nambour area we are happy to take you there and pick you up when the vehicle is finished.
  • Do I need to service my car at the dealer? +

    The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) says "a manufacturer's warranty is a promise to the consumer that the vehicle will be free from defects for a certain period of time". While a manufacturer can have certain requirements in its warranty terms – such as ensuring any servicing is carried out by qualified staff, according to the manufacturer's specification, and that appropriate quality parts are used where required – it can't require you to service your vehicle through an authorised dealer to keep your warranty intact. "Provided you service the vehicle in accordance with any such requirements, the warranty will remain valid. If the manufacturer's warranty states that the vehicle can only be serviced by an authorised dealer, this may raise concerns under the Competition and Consumer Act," the ACCC has said in written guidance to the automotive industry. But that message doesn't always seem to be getting across: we've come across examples of dealers flouting the ACCC guidelines and saying you should service your car at an authorised dealer. We also found language in logbooks that strongly implies you'll be voiding the warranty if you don't take it back to the dealer for servicing.
    Choice magazine
  • Why does my car and steering wheel wobble when I brake? +

    Brake shudder is an annoying vibration in the steering wheel when the brakes are applied. It feels a lot like a wheel shimmy, except that it starts when the brakes are applied and quits when they are released. The main cause of brake shudder is warped brake rotors.

    If the rotors are only slightly warped or unevenly worn, it may be possible to have them machined . If the rotors are beyond repair, they may have to be replaced. If the rotors are new or have just been machined, it is possible that they were not properly mounted to the axle.

  • Do I need to make an appointment to work on my vehicle? +

    Yes, depending on the work/repairs required we need to book you in advance but we do leave spare time every day for emergency repairs to get you back on the road.
  • Do I need to fit a genuine manfacturer exhaust to my vehicle? +

    No, we keep a large range of mufflers and exhaust systems to suit a large range of vehicles in-stock. They can be much more cost effective that genuine parts and most have a 2 year Australia wide warranty.
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