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AMC Performance and Mechanical

4.2 • 7 reviews
8 Years in Operation
8 Years in Operation
3 Qualified Staff
3 Qualified Staff
3 Service Bays
3 Service Bays
Preferred Partner
Preferred Partner
Brakes Specialist
Brakes Specialist
4 x 4 Specialist
4 x 4 Specialist
Diesel Specialist
Diesel Specialist

About Andrew & the team

Andrew is the Workshop Manager
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AMC offers a wide range of automotive repair and maintenance services for both domestic and import vehicles of any make or model or age. Our mechanics are experienced and equipped with all the car repair technology, both old and new. Bring your car, truck, ute, van, 4WD, or even caravan. We service and repair fleet vehicles too! The team at AMC know their business and won’t sell you anything your vehicle doesn’t need. We're not just part replacers, we are problem solvers with integrity.

Location

4/96-98 jedda Road, Prestons, NSW

Trading Hours

Monday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

Payment Methods

Cash (in store only)
Cash (in store only)
EFTPOS
EFTPOS
Visa
Visa
Mastercard
Mastercard
Afterpay
Afterpay

Reviews

4.2 • 7 reviews
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AshleighFord Falcon
5 • 22nd May 2020
AMC are great. I will likely use their service again in the future.
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Reply from AMC Performance and Mechanical

Thank you very much.

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SIU Holden Captiva
4 • 13th Mar 2020
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DavidMitsubishi Outlander
5 • 25th Feb 2020
Very friendly and accommodating. Will definitely use again.
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MichelleHolden Barina
5 • 16th Feb 2020
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deanVolkswagen Golf
2 • 14th Feb 2020
Took my 2012 golf in for an oil leak inspection and was told that the engine was unrepairable and needed an engine swap. I took it to VW for a second opinion and was told a completely different story and that it will only cost me a few hundred dollars to fix (a lot cheaper than the $6k that I was quoted by AMC). AMC was not even close to what the issue was. They said that it could have had either a blocked PCV valve or a cracked piston and that the compression test showed 90 per piston. VW found that there was a blown fuse that caused my secondary fan and water pump to fail and that the intake manifold needed to be replaced. The compression test also came back with the expected readings. And in regards to the oil leaks, they will just need to be fixed with a couple of new gaskets and O-rings.