Local Independent Garage in Northampton Specialising in Servicing & Repairing Vauxhall's
We are considered by many of our Vauxhall customers as Vauxhall Specialists or Vauxhall Kings as some will call us.. Our knowledge of Vauxhall's has given us the upper edge over many other specialists and thats why we have Vauxhall owners come as far as Sheffield to get our expert service.
Having issues with your vauxhall car or van? No problem. Bring your Vauxhall to Alderley Autos, an independent car garage that specialises in repairing and servicing Vauxhall cars.
Our Vauxhall mechanics have so much knowledge, we have owners from as far as Yorkshire and other specialists calling us up and asking us quiestions.
We specialise in Vauxhall diagnostics, fault finding, troubleshooting serious and minor problems with your Vauxhall. Problems such as ECU faults, Starting issues, ABS, airbag and coil pack faults, sensor and valve nightmares.
Alderley Autos is your cost effective alternative to extremely overpriced Vauxhall main dealer servicing in Northampton. We aim to be at least 35% to 45% cheaper than main dealer.
Having serviced thousands of Vauxhall cars in recent years we have come to learn the common faults vauxhall's have, you can find our fault lists in our blog but if you're having an intermittent problem with your vauxhall and it's becoming more regular - come and have a chat with us!
Your Vauxhall car service has its manufacturer warranty protected when you get your car serviced at Alderley Autos. Your service book will be stamped after each Vauxhall service we carry out.
Stop wasting money on parts that wasn't giving you problems, visit Alderley Autos and get the part that is giving you issues repaired the first time!
Alderley Autos have many years experience with the latest Vauxhall cars, you can rest assured that we will look after your Vauxhall to the highest standard.
A20DTH spent most of its life in the Vauxhall Insignia G09 (UK) and was one of the most common engines of the 2010's and up. Do you own a Vauxhall Insignia?
If you do then, check out our blog post about the AD20DTH Engine.