About Us

About Us

About Westerleigh Car Centre Ltd
Westerleigh Car Centre began life in 1989. Growing the business to one of Bristol’s premier garages offering high quality services and vehicle sales, to the public, and fleet markets. The company had fifteen progressive years increasing turnover year on year, the company then moved to Downend, in 2004 to a more prominent site improving our position in the service, repair, and sales of motor vehicles.

Neil Skuse, Managing Director says

“We pride ourselves in providing our customers with the very best quality products and service so that our customers are assured of a level of service unmatched by many others in the industry.

Hot drinks are available in reception for customers, books and magazines available for reading. Separate toilets available for Ladies and Gentlemen

We can return you to your local destination, if you do not wish to wait for you vehicles repairs to be carried out..

MOT BOOKING

Cars, Motor Homes, Vans, Pickups and Mini Buses.


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BOOK SERVICE

All makes serviced from with a choice of genuine or non oem parts..


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Want to get to the nitty gritty get the pico scope out.👌👌👌👌nailed a drain off to the radio system 👍 ... See MoreSee Less

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Westerleigh Car Centre

VW Passat 13 reg diesel arrived with noises from Gearbox.Removed Gearbox to find clutch cover breaking up and worn away inner Gearbox casing.Lucky customer could have been much worse if he kept driving.New clutch kit and Dual-mass flywheel fitted. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Customer had a RAC plc policy and we were able to get £677.02 back for the customer after consulting them.I'm in for a bottle of Vodka😜 from my customer😍😍

Hi I have a mondeo 1.8 tdci 58 plate cambelt gone bye bye cheaper to buy new engine or repair please

First MOT fail today with one of the new reasons to reject.
Land Rover Discovery failed on oil leaking continuously from engine posing a serious risk to road safety.
It's got a whole lot harder for a vehicle to pass a current MOT Test.
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We had 1st one with dirty brake fluid !!!!!

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