A city known for its’ excess and flash, Las Vegas is the perfect place to show off a beautifully maintained European car. No matter the make or model, a European car is known for high quality performance and superior interior comforts and amenities. However, they’re also known for their potentially expensive maintenance requirements with most vehicles coming with custom-made service schedules that need to be adhered to closely. While larger than life personalities are found everywhere in Las Vegas those are not traits that should come with your auto mechanic.
While other service centers overcharge and underservice, Paladin Automotive has provided drivers with a reliable and affordable service center for years. Specializing in luxury vehicles our mechanics offer full services for popular brands including:
We offer a full range of garage services to vehicle owners located in the Las Vegas area. All services are performed by highly qualified mechanics. We can handle any car problem.
We offer a full range of garage services to vehicle owners in Las Vegas, Nevada. Our professionals know how to handle a wide range of car services. Whether you drive a passenger car or medium sized truck or SUV, our mechanics strive to ensure that your vehicle will be performing at its best before leaving our car shop.
Regular oil should be changed every 3,000 miles, synthetic oil every 5,000 miles. Be proactive about checking your oil; once a month is good maintenance practice.
If you hear a grinding or squealing sound when the pedal is applied, you probably need new brake shoes or pads. Brakes shouldn’t make any noise as they operate. Even if the actual problem turns out to be something minor, the only save assumption is this one; noisy brakes are unsafe brakes. Postponing service is unsafe and could raise the cost of repairs later. If your brakes are making nose, get them inspected or serviced right away.
The tire pressure should always be set to the tire manufacturer’s suggest PSI (pounds per square inch) pressure specs. The specs can be found on the side of your tire.
Properly inflated tires will give you better gas mileage, tire wear, and overall handling of your vehicle.