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Eason’s Car Centre is very proud to share with you all the newest member to our Team.
Meet Jamie! Jamie trained at the BMW Academy in the UK and worked for Broad Oak Ashford. After completing his apprenticeship, he relocated to Australia and joined the Team at Doncaster BMW in Melbourne. Being such an asset, he was then relocated to Bundoora BMW to become part of their Senior Team in their workshop.
Jamie is trained in all BMW systems used for E36 to the latest models and has high level diagnostic skills across all BMW models.
Jamie is really looking forward to being a part of the Easons Team, using his knowledge and experience to help existing and new customers with their BMWs.
Here's a peak at some of the cars we've worked on the last couple of days -
✔️ Land Rover
First time we have serviced this vehicle - it has been serviced by the dealer its whole life. This is one of the "best" we have come across..
Good old fashioned customer service
You can speak with the mechanic that worked on your car
We can maintain your new car warranty without voiding it
We carry all the latest and up-to-date dealer level diagnostic tools - no need to go to a dealership
All European Vehicles
Today we replaced the head unit in a Volkswagen Passat. After being quoted over $2000 for a replacement, the customer was very pleased that we could locate a used head unit, and code and program it for a third of the price!
Eason's Car Centre, Your European Car Specialist
Mercedes Benz in for some A/C Repairs
Eason's can service and maintain your vehicles car air conditioning and keep you cool this summer.
These are the tools required just to do a brake fluid change on a late model vehicle - voltage stabiliser, power bleeder and diagnostic tool. Isn't it incredible how times have changed.
We just did some brakes on this brand new Volvo XC90 - no one else in Ballarat had the diagnostic tools to carry out the job! We had to use our diagnostic tools for what used to be such a simple job, but now with the electronic brake callipers, we have to electronically activate them to allow the new brake pads to fit.