38 Ingham Dr, Casula NSW 2170, Australia
38 Ingham Drive Casula NS
Car Repair, Store
(02) 9212 8941
Monday 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Friday 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
About the business
Casula - Kmart Tyre & Auto Service | Find your Mechanic
Kmart Tyre & Auto Service Casula is a leading specialist in car tyres, car servicing, brakes, batteries, wheel alignment and wheel balancing.
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Farshad Mehdikhani said 4 years ago
They deserve hafe a star. Absolutely hopeless. Not only they didn't fix the part I asked but also they broke the gasket cap. Even I show the pic I had took before from the engine by chance they didn't accept their fault!!!!!!!! They overcharged me for the parts that worked perfectly but couldn't find the engine problem!!!! Still engine light is on.
Ekka T said 4 years ago
They attempted to pad my bill by double charging for items that were already included in the service. When I pulled them on it some bloke named Rudolph just shrugged. Dodgy as. By all means go to KTAS Casula if you don’t like money and enjoy being overcharged whilst being treated arrogantly. Wish I could give them zero stars. NEVER AGAIN.
Kuro Monto said 3 years ago
Tyres are cheaper elseware
Glen Pagliaccio said 4 years ago
I went in with a flat tyre that I knew was badly damaged (ran over some scrap metal on the road). I knew I was going to be up for a new tyre, but the guys tried to repair it for me while I waited. Unfortunately it was not repairable (as expected) and I had to buy a new tyre. Price was OK but the good part was they didn't charge me for all the work they did trying to save the old tyre. Very happy customer :-)
Cathy Nouhra said 4 years ago
Bad customer service - very arrogant. Only went for pink slip and was told something needed fixing that worked perfectly fine after getting a second opinion from a mechanic that knew what they were talking about. Would never go back.
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