What does the BigBoxCars Silver Service include?

At BigBoxCars we service and recondition over 400 cars every month across over hundreds of makes and models.

Oil & Fluids

  • Check and replace engine oil and filter
  • Check coolant level and specific gravity
  • Check wiper blades and washer operation, top up fluid level
  • Check and report on fluid leaks

Engine, Driveline and Suspension

  • Check steering wheel, gear and linkages
  • Check for safe operation of all suspension and steering components
  • Check and report on all driveline components for safety and security, including drivebelt
  • Check for correct operation on road test of drivetrain

Brakes

  • Check and report on brake pads and rotor condition, remaining wear estimates
  • Check and report on brake drum, brake shoe and hydraulic cylinder condition and wear estimate
  • Check brake pipes and hoses
  • Check and report on brake and clutch fluid condition

Tyres

  • Check and report on tyre condition, correct size and load rating including wear estimate
  • Check and adjust all tyre pressures including spare
  • Tyre rotation and balance

Airfilter

  • Replace airfilter
  • Check air cleaner element

Other service items

  • Check battery electrolyte, cleanliness & security
  • Check all external light operation and light fitting quality
  • Check horn and electrical systems
  • Check condition and operation of all seat belts
  • Check on road rest for any abnormal noises or vibrations
  • Inspection report

Plus an exterior car wash and complimentary loan car*

Why is a Tyre Rotation & Balance important?

Identifying Balance and Rotation Problems

Just like engine problems or leaks from your radiator, uneven wheels will give you a sign. A common sign of needing a balance and rotation is when your car starts to veer to one side of the road.

Other signs to look out for include:

  • The steering wheel logo is off-centre
  • Vibrations or shaking in steering
  • Loose steering
  • Uneven tyre wear

How Often Should I Have Tyres Balanced and Rotated?

Driving on harsh surfaces and driving long distances cause a great deal of damage to your tyres. As a good rule of thumb, it is best to get your wheels rotated every 6,000-10,000kms or every 6 months. This ensures your car is at a constant level while driving.

Tyre balancing is dependent on the type of car you have and how often you drive.

It is recommended that your tyres are balanced every 8,000-10,000kms or every 6 months.

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Small Cars

(Hatchback/Small Sedan; Toyota Yaris, Corolla, Hyundai i30, Holden Cruze, Kia Rio, Suzuki Swift etc.)

Medium Cars

(Full Size Sedan/Small SUV; Toyota Camry, RAV4, Holden Commodore, Ford Mondeo, Kia Sorento etc.)​

Large Cars

(4WDs/7-Seaters; Toyota Prado, Landcruiser, Nissan Navara, Mitsubishi Pajero, Ford Ranger, Kia Carnival)

Prestige Cars

(Premium Brands like Mercedes-Benz, Audi, BMW, Porsche, Landrover etc and where LCT is applicable)

*Complimentary loan car subject to optional insurance waivers payable direct to BigBoxCars. Fuel and toll charges charges are to be covered by guest.