Five Star Autocentre is an independent Daihatsu servicing garage in Huddersfield; we are in no way endorsed by or connected to Daihatsu main dealers or its other companies or any of its associates or affiliates in any way whatsoever. We are simply highlighting we can provide an alternative option to the Daihatsu main dealer servicing should you require.

Independent Daihatsu Servicing in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire

Having your car regularly serviced lets you drive your vehicle smoothly and safely. You can also prevent serious issues by dealing with potential problems early on. If you have a Daihatsu, you may need a reliable independent Daihatsu servicing garage in Huddersfield. Five Star Autocentre can provide you with exactly what you need.

Five Star Autocentre has combined automotive main dealer staff experience in servicing vehicles including Daihatsu vehicles for more than 20 years now, ensuring that only top-notch personal services are provided for maximum customer satisfaction. Our customers like our flexible all-inclusive fixed price servicing options with no hidden extras or nasty surprises. Book Online today.

Five Star Autocentre, amongst other independent garages, conducts servicing and repairs in accordance with servicing schedules of manufacturers. All parts used are manufactured to Original Equipment (OE) standard and so will not invalidate your warranty. We record each servicing session and provide you with a copy of what work has been carried out. We will also stamp your Daihatsu

service book. The services offered by our proficient technicians are on a par with Daihatsu main dealers, further you may find our prices are more affordable.

Servicing your Daihatsu within the warranty period

Rather than going to the main dealer, you can bring your brand new Daihatsu to us without voiding its warranty. As per the UK laws, motorists are given the option to select an independent garage without nullifying the manufacturer’s warranty. We’re confident that you can avail of excellent services while saving a lot of money on your servicing costs. Moreover, we’re a Premier Unipart Car Service Centre, so you can be sure that you’ll get only a high level of expertise and high quality car parts. Book Online today.

A little history about your Daihatsu car…

Currently a part of Toyota, Daihatsu dates back to 1907 but the brand name was not really used until the 1950s. The automaker produced its first four wheelers in 1958, after manufacturing three-wheelers. Daihatsu has been specialising in small-capacity passenger cars as well as four-wheel-drive off-roaders. In 1966, the Compagno became the first distinctly Japanese car to be imported, in a brief period, to the UK.

The range of small cars was primarily dominated by the little Charade and Domino models, most of which had three-cylinder engine that included a small sub-1.0-litre diesel. The turbocharged Charade GTti was the ultimate three-cylinder model that handled 99bhp from a 993cc engine.

The domestic tax laws of Japan led to a unique generation of small K-class city-cars, which complied with strict dimension and performance precepts. In 1976, Daihatsu’s Cuore was introduced to the market which later on followed with the release of the Leeza, which had a turbo version that produced 50bhp.

Generally, Daihatsu’s UK range is marked by dynamically unremarkable yet uncommonly packaged smaller vehicles, except for the stylish Copen roadster.

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