Car Service Centre Launches Carbon Blasting For Improved Car Performance

UltraTune Clayton launches its new carbon blasting service for diesel & 295 petrol cars to shake things up in the car service industry. More info at https://www.ultratune.com.au/location/clayton/.

Clayton , Australia - March 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Earlier today, Ultra Tune Clayton announced the launch of its new carbon blasting service for diesel and 295 petrol cars in April 2018. For anyone with even the slightest interest in the world of vehicle maintenance and repair, this new development will be worth paying attention to, as it’s set to shake things up.

Currently, with even a passing glance, a person will notice how nobody seems to care about the performance of a car, as experienced by the actual car owner. The manager at Ultra Tune Clayton, Gary Critchley, makes a point of saying “things are going to change when our carbon blasting service for 295 petrol and diesel cars, launches”.

Gary Critchley continues… “Where you’ll always see our competitors doing the same old thing, we will shift our foucs on providing more customer care and satisfaction. We do this because we believe we want to stand up for this type of service and raise awareness of the importance of cleaning up the carbon build up in every car and its detrimental effects if left to accumulate. Ultimately this is going to be a huge benefit to our customers because it will improve their cars’ horsepower, fuel economy and general performance.”

Ultra Tune Clayton was purpose built in 1995. It has been doing business for more than 20 years to know

" target="_blank">how to service and maintain a car exceptionally well as proven by their track records. One of their mottos being, to always aim to provide a more efficient car that can take every Australian from point A to B , ultimately contrbuting to a better lifestyle.

Currently, the closest thing to Ultra Tune Clayton’s carbon clean service for 295 petrol and diesel cars is simply inefficient and costs the client more time and money, but Ultra Tune Clayton improved on this by working only with the most experienced and well trained mechanics in Melbourne, Australia. This alone is predicted to make Ultra Tune Clayton’s carbon blasting service more popular with customers in the car service, maintenance and repair space, quickly.

Once again, the carbon blasting service for diesel and 295 petrol cars, is set to launch April 2018. To find out more, the place to visit is https://www.ultratune.com.au/location/clayton/

Contact Info:
Name: Gary Critchley
Email: clayton@ultratune.com.au
Organization: Ultra Tune Clayton
Address: 1362 Centre Rd, Clayton , VIC 3169, Australia
Phone: +61-3-9545-6066

For more information, please visit https://www.ultratune.com.au/location/clayton/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 313662

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