Nobody is better qualified to care for the body and soul of your Škoda than the specialists at our Alto ŠKODA Pennant Hills Authorised Service Centre.
Every technician is provided with comprehensive factory training, technical support, specialist tooling, and diagnostic equipment and uses ŠKODA Genuine Parts. So you can trust that your ŠKODA is in the best hands.
Our vehicles are now so technically advanced that the title 'mechanic' can no longer apply to the highly skilled, specialised ŠKODA 'technicians'.
Extend your Warranty
To give you added peace of mind, you have the option to purchase an extended warranty to suit your ownership cycle. Please contact (02) 9158 3594 or fill out our Service Enquiry & Booking Form.
When your vehicle is in for a service, a loan car is available. Please mention this when making a booking as availability can be limited.
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Even the smartest drivers can get into trouble sometimes. Luckily, we’re always along for the ride, offering free membership to our roadside assistance. That’s transport and accommodation, if necessary, anywhere in Australia. So you can get out there and explore without any worries.
Every new ŠKODA vehicle includes a complimentary one-year roadside assistance, from the warranty start date. The complimentary roadside assistance will subsequently be renewed on an annual basis for the second, third, fourth and fifth years, if the vehicle is returned to an Authorised ŠKODA dealer for scheduled maintenance (as per the ŠKODA service program) up to a maximum of five years.
Here’s an easy checklist of things to remember when calling us:
- Your name and telephone number
- Your location, with nearest cross street if possible
- A description of the problem or emergency
- Your vehicle registration number
Of course, we aren’t the only ones who will be worrying about you after a breakdown or an accident. In that event, we’ll relay urgent messages to friends, family or business associates that may be affected or concerned by the delay. It’s a simple gesture, but an important one.