Isuzu Auto Repairs and Maintenance in Thousand Oaks
Come to Bennett Automotive for state-of-the-art Isuzu repair and maintenance services near you, including these top Isuzu makes and models:
- Isuzu Trooper
- Isuzu Rodeo
- Isuzu D'MAX Trucks
Isuzu, a Japanese auto maker, is a pioneer in diesel engine manufacturing for reliable, hard working trucks. Isuzu makes the only low cab forward (LCF) truck offering two diesel engines and a gas engine that is compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) capable.
With superior performance, exceptional maneuverability, and superior engineering your Isuzu trucks will keep trucking for years to come. At Bennett Automotive in Thousand Oaks, we appreciate that you want to keep your Isuzu truck hard at work. Maintenance for a commercial truck can get expensive. You can count on us to help you keep service cost to a minimum for your Isuzu.
In 2009 Isuzu discontinued its passenger vehicle line to focus on heavy and light duty trucks. The often leaves Isuzu car and SUV owners with few choices for repair and maintenance. Our pro mechanics are highly trained in Isuzu engineer standards. We can repair your classic Isuzu car as well as we do the more modern trucks." If you are looking for the best Isuzu repair and maintenance service near Thousand Oaks then come to Bennett Automotive. We are here for you! Just call 805-496-8886 today or stop by our service center at 67 Taylor Ct, Thousand Oaks, CA, 91360.
I was recommended this shop from someone that said they worked on 1991 jeeps. Matt was awesome did an inspection and provided an estimate. I was able to choose the services I wanted. They provided me an estimate prior to work and that's what I ended up paying. Great shop!
Rod , 01/11/2023
This shop pulled me out of the biggest hole ever!!! My front Diff exploded in my truck days before huge camping trip. He was able to replace my entire diff and get me back on the road in days. Let's just say the trip was a blast and can't thank the boys enough. Fair price and great work!
Matt Olson, 12/26/2022