Courtesy Hyundai of Tampa

3810 W. Hillsborough
Directions Tampa, FL 33614

  • : 866-418-5548

Service Center

  • Brake Service
  • Battery Replacement
  • Oil Change

Hyundai Service

Choosing an auto service repair shop is a decision that shouldn't be taken lightly, which is why we work tirelessly to ensure that our customers are taken care of. We hire only certified mechanics who know how to work on all makes and models of our vehicles. Our service center can save you time, provide you with excellent customer service and get you back on the road sooner than many other repair shops.

Customer Reviews

Hyundai Service & Repair Shop Serving Tampa Bay, New Port Richey, Wesley Chapel, Clearwater, Brandon

When it comes to performing regular maintenance on your vehicle, your dealer is the best choice for getting it done right. Even just a quick oil change can cause unforeseen problems if the wrong type of oil is used or the mechanic does a rush job without checking your vehicle for other issues. We run a complete multi-point inspection to diagnose any potential issues with your vehicle.

We are also capable of providing advanced services as well. Tire repair and replacement, engine work and failed transmissions pose no issue for our highly competent technicians. Our technicians work to get your vehicle operating as close to new as possible. We also understand the need for consumers to get high-quality service and be completely satisfied with their experience. When you choose to have your vehicle serviced at Courtesy Hyundai of Tampa, you're making the right choice to improve the longevity of your vehicle.

Automotive Service

Not all auto shops use original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts. This can lead to unexpected issues such as excess vibration and performance issues. This is especially true for customers who have high-performance vehicles. Most auto shops stock generic aftermarket parts because they are less expensive to install and help the auto shop save money. Aftermarket parts aren't guaranteed to work like the original parts, and they may end up costing customers more money in the long run.

Aftermarket parts can have other less commonly considered consequences as well. Using aftermarket parts in a car that is under a lease may result in fees when it comes time to bring the vehicle back. OEM parts are designed for the specific make and model of vehicle. When an auto shop doesn't use OEM parts, it's often hard for the customer to know if the parts meet the same quality level as the original parts. Aftermarket panels and body parts may not have the same safety enhancements as well.