Why do GM owners bring their vehicle in for service at Applewood Chevrolet Buick Cadillac GMC? It's because they know there's a difference between the specialized level of expertise you'll get from our Service Centre, and what you'll get at the independent garage.
Every one of our technicians is GM certified, with the knowledge of your vehicle's maintenance schedule, so you get the work you need done, when you need it, without anything you don't require. Our diagnostic tools are the very same ones they use in GM plants across North America, and we also offer a variety of warranty-approved, Certified parts. With comprehensive explanations to all our handiwork, and upfront, competitive prices, Certified Service is the way to guarantee the best value for your Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Pontiac, Saturn, Hummer, or Oldsmobile model.
Why Choose Certified Service?
We've only just scratched the outermost layer! No two drivers are alike, and that's why Certified Service takes into account your personal driving habits along with your vehicle in order to make expert recommendations.
You probably know about the importance of keeping a tire pressure gauge on hand. But there's another piece of equipment that goes a long way towards judging the health of your rubber. Watch and find out!
Why We Recommend Winter Tires
You may already be on board with installing winter tires on your vehicle. But we'll show you the precise physical differences between summer and snow tires, and why we recommend the latter in cooler temperatures.
Switching to Winter Tires
Winter tire service is one of the most valuable provisions for those in the unpredictable Great Lake climate. Don't put off switching out your summer tires when it's as easy as we make it through Certified Service.
Have you heard of Dexos1 oil? It was specifically designed to optimize the performance of all GMC, Buick, and Chevrolet engines. Learn how it helps to give you the smoothest running engine, and why we are such big proponents.
Changing Your Engine Coolant
From guarding against corrosion, to keeping your power plant purring well over 250,000 km, find out when you need to replace your engine coolant, and which brand Certified Service recommends for your GM vehicle.
Wearing the same pair of jeans every day is a clear way to wear them out in a hurry. It's the same with your tires. Find out how frequently to rotate your tires so that you can save on their long-term cost.
How do you know when your brakes are worn? There's one really easy way to tell; but it's not so easy (or cheap) if you continue to drive on over-worn brakes. Find out more about our Certified Brake Service.
Here's where being a GM factory insider comes in handy, because not all vehicles were designed for the same wheel alignment. If you've recently hit a big pothole, you'll definitely want to watch this quick video.
Changing Your Oil: How Often Should You Do It?
Not all oil is right for your engine. And a conventional rule of thumb like every six months or 5,000 km doesn't apply to all makes. Watch a quick explanation on the subject from Certified Service.
Signs of Autumn
Are you taking advantage of the fleeting fall weather to get your brakes and tires ready for the long winter ahead? Learn about great deals on both, including our 30-Day Price Match Guarantee.