Kwik Fit - Edinburgh - Saughton Road
Coronavirus Update: This centre remains open as usual.
Edinburgh, EH12 7JB
0131 334 3448
- Centre Manager
- Alan King
- Oil and Filter Change
- Air-conditioning recharge (R134a gas)
- Shock Absorbers
- Hunter Tracker Wheel Alignment
- Tyre Pressure Monitoring Sensor check
Large Vehicle Information
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|High Roof Vans|
- Free WiFi
- Customer Toilets
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About This Centre
Your local Kwik Fit can do so much more for you and your car than just the supply and fitting of top quality tyres in Edinburgh. From putting your car through its paces and performing full car servicing in Edinburgh to Hunter Tracker Wheel Alignment services, Kwik Fit is your one-stop shop for all your car maintenance, testing and repair needs.
Kwik Fit is located on Saughton Road, close to Scotmid and the Terrace pub. It's easy to find a place to park when you arrive for your tyre fitting and wheel alignment, as there are eight spaces solely for customer use right in front of the Edinburgh centre.
You're very welcome to wait at the centre while our experienced technicians complete your car repair in Edinburgh. If you do, then we provide free hot beverages to customers, as well as complimentary WiFi, in our comfy seating area.
You may prefer to leave your car at the centre while we get to work on its the air conditioning regas in Edinburgh. If the sun is shining, why not head to nearby Union Park for a breath of fresh air. There are also a range of local cafes and a pub within easy reach. If you need to get home or back to work, or even want to head into the centre of the Scottish capital, then the local bus and tram stops should prove very useful.
Kwik Fit supplies all sorts of car parts, as well as car servicing in Edinburgh. Our technicians can source and supply brakes, exhausts, batteries and, of course, tyres to vehicles of all makes and models, as well as completing testing and car servicing.
Why not give the centre a call or drop in if you're in the locale, to check availability or ask any questions?