At Maserati Austin, our highly qualified technicians are here to provide exceptional service in a timely manner. From oil changes to transmission replacements, we are dedicated to maintaining top-tier customer service, for both new and pre-owned car buyers! Allow our staff to demonstrate our commitment to excellence and see why our customers continue to come back time and time again. Whether you have a new Maserati, a classic model, or a car from another manufacturer, the Maserati Austin Service Center is here to help. We use genuine Maserati parts so you know you’re getting the best of the best. Keep reading to learn more about our premier Maserati Service Center, and feel free to contact us with any additional questions you may have. We look forward to serving you at Maserati Austin.
Manufacturer-recommended brake components are specially designed for your car and are built to the same high standards as your original parts. From brake pads to calipers, rotors, drums, and shoes, using genuine Maserati brake components helps provide security and long-lasting performance that you can rely on.
Whether you are having difficulty starting your vehicle or are noticing dim headlights when your car is turned off, you may be experiencing signs that your Maserati needs a battery replacement. We will inspect, test, and replace your vehicle’s battery using specific Maserati manufacturer-recommended techniques and equipment.
Keep your vehicle running at peak performance with routine oil changes. At the Maserati Austin Service Center, we use manufacturer-recommended motor oil formulated to help protect against corrosion, prevent foaming, and maintain the proper application of oil on cylinder walls.
Using the correct tires for your specific model helps contribute to your Maserati’s overall handling and performance quality. But that’s not all, tires can also impact your vehicle’s fuel efficiency and the safety of you and your passengers. If your tires are showing signs of wear or damage, you can get them repaired or have new tires installed with Maserati Austin.
At Maserati Austin, we pride ourselves in our ability to offer unparalleled service for our customers. Our certified Maserati technicians are specially trained to service and repair Maserati vehicles and will treat your car like it’s one of their own. Need to schedule a service? No problem, we offer a handy online service scheduling option so you can get back on the road sooner and with confidence. Additional reasons to choose the Maserati Austin Service Center include:
TYou can find Maserati Austin’s service center at 12925 POND SPRINGS ROAD - AUSTIN, TX 78729.
Recommended maintenance includes engine oil services, inspection services, brake fluid service, engine air filter, tire rotations, and changes, and cabin air filter changes.
Climate, driving frequency, and several other factors can help determine how often you should change your Maserati’s oil. In general, you should change the oil of your Maserati every 10,000 to 15,000 miles.
Every other oil change or every 6000 miles is recommended.
Neglecting to rotate tires can cause premature tire wear and an uneven driving experience.
It's recommended to get new tires between 20,000 to 40,000 miles or at the very least every six years depending on your driving habits.
Yes, luckily brake pads are equipped with wear indicators that produce a squeaking noise when the brakes are almost worn out, brake pads should be inspected and replaced as soon as this begins.
There are many sensors and computerized components that manage your vehicle's engine performance and emissions, when one of these fails the "check engine" light is illuminated and your Maserati should be brought in as soon as possible to help prevent any possible costly repair or safety hazard.
A clicking noise can mean your battery is dead, getting a jump can be a temporary fix before needing a new one. Other reasons your Maserati may not be starting could include a broken alternator or the timing belt.
You should replace your fuel filter approximately every 30,000 miles or as recommended in your vehicle's owner's manual.
Your spark plugs should be replaced every 30 months or 30,000 miles.