Every vehicle needs service, but not every dealership makes service as convenient as Sewell. We offer complimentary loan cars, complimentary car washes and the opportunity to make your reservation online. We even give you the option of not making a reservation at all.
Just bring in your vehicle when you need us – we welcome you anytime, at your convenience. Or, if you are more comfortable making a reservation, simply give us a call or utilize our online reservation tool below.
We would put our team of service technicians up against any team in the business. They are tops in their field, professionals who could work in pretty much any shop they wanted. They choose to work at Sewell because we pay exceptionally well, cover all ongoing training (most service departments make the technicians foot the bill for at least part of their training), and provide clean, comfortable, and safe working conditions. It is easy to see one way this pays off for the customer - in service performed right the first time. But there is another benefit too: Professionals at the top of their game work quickly and efficiently, making it more cost-effective and convenient for our customer.
THE SEWELL DIFFERENCE
At Sewell, we believe servicing your vehicle should be convenient and work around your schedule. It is our pleasure to provide a complimentary loan car to drive while your own vehicle is being serviced. If you have a basic maintenance requirement, most repairs will be completed within one hour or less. Should you prefer to wait, enjoy our customer lounge with complimentary Wi-Fi access and refreshments. We will always complete your vehicle service with a complimentary car wash, and we are available on Saturdays and extended hours during the week.
Day in and day out, the main "customers" of our parts department are the technicians and estimators in our service department and collision center. Helping them get their job done faster and more efficiently is how our work pays off for the ultimate customer - you.
As with other parts, we carry a larger inventory of tires than some would consider strictly necessary. But then, in our mind, doing what is "strictly necessary" does not strictly qualify as obsessive service.