• Synthetic Oil Service $49.95
  • Alignment $79.95
  • Battery Replacement $109.99
  • Transmission Fluid Service $109.99
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At Coggin Acura, we always put our customers first and want to ensure that their repairs go as smoothly as possible. We strive to provide the best possible customer service, and our qualified and certified repair technicians have the knowledge and skills to get the job done right every time. Come check us out and see how we can help you get your car repaired and back on the road quickly.

Serving Fort Pierce, Port St. Lucie, Jupiter, Vero Beach, Palm Bay

Our dealership is designed with efficiency and quick turnaround times in mind. When customers bring us their vehicles, we go the extra mile to ensure that they are kept informed throughout the process. We offer alerts to let you know when your vehicle is due for service, and customers are the first to know about any new vehicles launches, sales and events. There are also savings options available, and customers can use coupons to get discounts on value-rich services.

Our repair techs can diagnose, troubleshoot and repair any problem with your vehicle. We don't simply fix the most apparent problem first. Instead, we run a thorough check of all of the vehicles systems to better diagnose any issues. When a new issue is uncovered, we discuss the problem with the customer and discuss repair options. The customer is completely in control whether it's a simple oil change or complex engine issue.

Automotive Service

Our dealership uses only original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts, and we strive to help customers to understand why this is so important for the functionality of their vehicle. Aftermarket parts are not always less expensive, and they may not have the same level of reliability and craftsmanship. Vehicles are designed and road-tested using certified genuine Acura parts, so when you get your vehicle repaired it's important to replace those parts with OEM versions.

An aftermarket part may not have the same features as an OEM part. Auto shops will use aftermarket parts because they are often easier to obtain, and it makes it less difficult to attend to a wide variety of makes and models. Brakes, tires, engine components and filters are often switched out for parts designed to fit in several different models of vehicles. There can also be safety concerns when you use an aftermarket part instead of a certified OEM part. Body panels and airbags are especially prone to issues when aftermarket parts are used.