Suzuki Service, Parts and Repair at Monty's of Sheffield

Your Suzuki couldn’t be in better hands than those of our team of specialists, namely our Master Technician, Andy Else along with our Technicians Matt Osbourne and Peter Brown at the Monty's of Sheffield service centre. Fully authorised repairs and the usage of genuine parts are only a few of the ways through which we aim to ensure your complete peace of mind.

As an approved dealership, at Monty's Of Sheffield we take all the precautions and measures necessary to deliver industry-leading service. Regardless of what you are looking for, be it a complete check-up or general motoring advice, our Suzuki experts will always be on hand to help.

To make the most of your Suzuki, we also offer aftercare packages geared around maximising your car’s lifespan and performance. Browse our website and enquire with one of our specialists to learn more.

Get in touch with one of our helpful team members today by filling in an enquiry form or calling 0114 221 4333 to learn more about the full list of services and packages we provide at Monty's Of Sheffield.

THE SUZUKI SERVICE PROMISE

We promise that every Suzuki customer will experience superior levels of care and leave impressed by the little extras we include as standard:

To find out everything the Suzuki Service Promise offers you, read the points below:

  • ​Alternative transport options
  • Simple and transparent pricing
  • Only pre-approved work undertaken
  • Suzuki trained technicians
  • Suzuki Genuine Parts
  • Progress report during the day
  • Wash and vacuum with pre-booked work
  • Vehicle health check on every visit
  • Accident Aftercare



Regular servicing will maintain your car's overall performance and optimise fuel consumption. It will also help to keep it running efficiently throughout its life. Our expertly trained technicians, who use special diagnostic equipment, are best placed to look after your vehicle at both, service intervals and when your MOT is due.

To book a service with the Monty's of Sheffield Suzuki Service Centre please call Paul on 0114 221 4333.

SUZUKI RECOMMENDS THE EXPERTS IN OIL FOR YOUR SUZUKI - MOTUL

When it comes to recommending the oil for your Suzuki there is only really one choice

Motul have been the Suzuki lubricant partner for over 30 years and together they have won world and national championships with our high-performance motorcycles. Motul only make oil and they even invented synthetic oil!


Motul has always looked to innovate and lead the way within the lubricant industry. They have proven this consistently over the past 60 years.

  • 1958 they introduced the first multi-grade lubricant
  • 1966 they created the first semisynthetic lubricant
  • 1971 saw the first fully synthetic 4-stroke lubricant on the market utilising Ester technology
  • 2011 introduced Ester Core Technology through 300V Motorsport line and 300V Factory line
  • and in 2016, they launched the first ever hybrid-specific 100% synthetic lubricant range on the market


    To find out more about Motul call Paul on 0114 221 4333

    GET YOUR SUZUKI READY FOR WINTER!

    Your car has to be in tip-top condition to cope with everything that the winter weather throws at it. The best way to ensure this is to have an annual winter check. The highly-trained technicians here at Monty's of Sheffield will give your car a once-over, checking that everything’s in full working order – including making sure that those all-important tyres have enough tread.

    MONTY'S SUZUKI SHEFFIELD WINTER HEALTH CHECK FOR ONLY £19.99

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    Trust Monty's to look after your car with a Suzuki Health Check when we will check:

    • Battery
    • Tyre pressure
    • Lights bulbs
    • Brake fluid levels
    • Oil levels
    • Engine coolant levels
    • Power steering fluid level
    • Screen wash levels

    Book your Health Check today call Paul on 0114 221 4333

    Top tips to help your vision and visibility in the snow

    When the weather turns cold we have all experienced steamed-up windscreens which can make it difficult to see where you’re going. Also, it’s common for headlights and tail-lights to be covered with snow which makes you less visible to other drivers.

    There are certain handy tips you can follow to help with visibility and stop it from becoming a problem:

    • If you can’t see through your windscreen due to condensation, turn your air-con on and it will demist your screen faster
    • Check your windscreen wipers before going on a snowy journey, and replace them if they are damaged or worn out
    • If you’re parked up, don’t leave your wipers on auto if you think it could get frosty. Frost can damage the blades if they freeze to the windscreen when you next turn the ignition on
    • To help your car become visible in the snow, make sure all lights are clear of snow, clean and working properly
    • A key thing to remember is to keep your number plate clean and visible to avoid fines
    • Use your headlights when visibility is seriously low. Remember when you use fog lights to switch them off when you start to see again so they don’t dazzle other drivers

    GET A FREE TYRE CHECK - IT COULD SAVE YOU £2,500!

    Did you know that driving with illegal tyres could result in a £2,500 fine and three penalty points per tyre? The legal limit for minimum depth of the tread on your tyres is 1.6 millimetres, across the central ¾ of the tread around the complete circumference of the tyre.

    For safety reasons it is recommended that you replace your tyres before the legal limit is reached. Many vehicle manufacturers recommend replacing at 3 millimetres. At 1.6 millimetres in wet weather it takes an extra two car lengths (8 metres) to stop at 50 mph than if your tread was 3 millimetres.


    HOW TO CHECK YOUR TYRE TREAD DEPTH THE 20P WAY TEST!

    The 20p test is a simple, quick and easy way of checking the tyre tread of your car's wheels. Just take a 20p coin and insert it into the tread grooves on the tyre. If you can't see the outer band on the coin, your tyres are above the legal limit.

    However, if you can see the band and that section of the coin is still visible, your tyres could be unsafe and require professional inspection by a mechanic. We suggest drivers conduct the 20p test around every two weeks and before long journeys.

    Book your Free Tyre Check today - call Paul on 0114 221 4333

    Things to remember if its raining or heavy flood!

    If it’s pouring it down, our first recommendation would be to think about whether your journey can wait until it stops. Bad weather normally causes traffic jams and accidents, so it’s usually best to wait until it’s cleared up if you can.

    However, if you need to get on the move straight away, then it’s always important to follow the tips below:

    • Check the weather forecast so you can be best prepared for any more changes
    • Make sure your wipers are working correctly
    • Plan your journey in advance, avoiding areas which are prone to flooding
    • Allow extra time for traffic and slower driving
    • Fill up your vehicle with fuel and make sure you have plenty for your journey

    If the rain‘s too heavy and you can’t see clearly on the roads even with wipers on, it can be really dangerous. In these cases, it’s usually best to pull over to a safe parking spot and wait until the rain calms down.

    What are winter tyres?

    Winter tyres are specialised tyres designed to deal with the winter weather and potential hazards that can cause. They are also commonly known as ‘cold weather’ tyres and are made from a softer material than the ‘normal’ tyres. These winter tyres are soft enough to provide grip in cold weather (below 7 degrees), but also have a different tread pattern than usual. They’re called fine grooves or ‘sips’ that are built into the tread and help move the snow/water out of the way, ultimately improving the grip on the road.

    Winter tyres can be identified by having a little snowflake symbol on the tyre sidewall. It’s important to know that if the tyres don’t have the snowflake but have ‘M+S’ instead, which stands for ‘mud and snow’, these might not be actual winter tyres.