There’s nothing like a grudge purchase to get everyone up in arms. If you’ve ever been a little peeved that you had to have your Isuzu truck serviced by an accredited franchise dealership to keep your warranties valid, you can now rest assured that you are not alone. A local entity representing 2500 independent workshops, automotive aftermarket distributors and parts manufacturers have recently been asking the same thing.

At Isuzu Truck Centre, we understand the need to minimise overheads in a trying economy, but we also know from experience that a service from an accredited franchise dealership is worth more than the sum of its parts. Here’s why:

Our OEMs demand high standards

The original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) of Isuzu truck and bakkies keep a close eye on our service excellence. They demand high standards, and we deliver.

ITC technicians benefit from ongoing training

At ITC, every technician has to keep up with the specialised tools and diagnostics required to service modern vehicles. This is one of the ways in which we ensure that you get what you pay for when you book an accredited service.

Updated equipment on site

Accredited ITC franchises pay licencing fees and update their diagnostic and calibration equipment regularly. These workshops also have all the tools on hand that are required to service low-volume ITC vehicles.

Maintenance plans = easier budget management

A maintenance plan is a great budgeting tool that allows you to manage your finances effectively despite rising living costs. It also keeps the costs down on certain consumables that would have been calculated at the time of purchase, which means you'll still pay the original price even if inflation increases.

There you have it – a concise summary of the benefits of having your Isuzu trucks and bakkies serviced at an accredited franchise dealership. For more information on service costs and bookings at our branches throughout South Africa, feel free to reach out to one of our knowledgeable representatives.