I offer a a range of automotive services including oil changes, tune ups, brake repairs, transmission services, clutch and gearbox repairs, Warrant of Fitness checks, auto electric fixes, cambelt repairs, tyre repairs and more!
At Auto SuperShoppe Matamata, we offer a full range of automotive servicing and repairs for all makes and models of cars and light commercials. Our technicians are experienced in European, Japanese, Korean and Australian vehicles. No job is too big or too small, too complicated or too basic. We have the latest computerised diagnostic equipment available and courtesy cars to keep you mobile. Our quality and professionalism is assured through our membership of the Auto SuperShoppes group and the MTA.
While offering the usual petrol, diesel and convenience store items, we are also the only service station that can re-fill your LPG bottle, the cheapest option.
We operate 7 days per week, everyday of the year for basic grocery and household necessities … and of course a great range of treats.
As well as offering the “MyChallenge” discount and loyalty card scheme (enquire at the site), we accept payment by all major creditcards, MTA Vouchers and Gift Card, Z FuelCard and BP FuelCard.
And of course we provide a friendly, full service offering for those who prefer to have some help to fill their car.
As well as vehicle sales we also offer a full range of vehicle servicing and parts. Our team of over 50 qualified technicians have the skills and experience to keep your vehicle running at optimum performance
Fairview’s commitment to excellence is recognised year after year being awarded with the Mazda Dealership of the Year, and the prestigious Ford Presidents Award.
Throughout our 50 years we have supported various community groups and charities and continue to do so today. Fairview Motors is a major sponsor of the Cancer Society.
Phil’s Motorcycle Centre has been in business since 1985, starting life as Laurie Love Motorcycles Matamata.
The dealership has since expanded to three sites across the Waikato, with branches in Matamata, Morrinsville and Putaruru.