Serving Southern Arizona Since 1982

Nippon Motor Service

Expert, Reliable Auto Service and Repair

Nippon Motor Service

Temporary Change in Service Days and Hours

In support of public health guidelines and the health and safety of our employees, we have changed our days and hours until further notice:

Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

We continue to follow recommended guidelines for safety and cleanliness, and hope all are staying positive and safe.

Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Scion, and Subaru Service and Repair in Tucson

Nippon Motor Service has been providing personalized customer care and excellent Japanese car and truck service in Tucson for 36 continuous years. It’s about trust — something we have nurtured with our customers across Southern Arizona for nearly four decades.

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Our Service Options

In addition to pre-purchase inspections, Nippon Motor Service offers many service options, including:

Tech Tips

Check out the latest Tech Tips from Nippon Motor Service, and keep your car in top running condition:

Tech Tip: Summer Driving and Safety

As summer in the Sonoran desert approaches, keep these summer driving and safety tips in mind: Remember to keep your AC on fresh mode most of the time to keep your air conditioning condenser fresh and, generally, free of mildew smell. Most of us notice a mileage drop when the summer heat turns up. We…

Tech Tip: Increasing Your Gas Mileage

You may not be able to make your engine more fuel-efficient, but good driving habits and overall vehicle maintenance can increase your gas mileage. Here’s how: Keep tires inflated to proper level at all times. Fill your gas tank at the coolest part of the day to reduce expansion of the tank and get a true fill-up….

Tech Tip: Just What is a Fuel Injector and What Does It Do?

The ECM (engine control module) adjusts the amount of fuel injected into the engine cylinder to meet a variety of operating conditions. Simply, the fuel injector’s purpose is to deliver and inject the proper amount of fuel at the proper time. The injector atomizes and directs fuel into the intake manifold. Each injector (there is one…