Tony's Auto Service, Inc.

711 Oregon Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19148
Fax: 215-463-5746




Since 1974, Tony's Auto Service has been proud to be your Philadelphia shop for all European/Foreign makes including, but not limited to: Acura, Audi, BMW, Honda, Infiniti, Jaguar, Lamborghini, Lexus, Mazda, Mercedes Benz, Mitsubishi, Mini Cooper, Nissan, Saab, Toyota, Volvo, Volkswagen (VW).

Tony's Auto Service skilled technicians meet the challenges of today’s cars

We do all mechanical repairs including:

We have technicians that are factory trained and ASE certified.

Full maintenance service, tune-up and repair

Scheduled maintenance

Pre-purchase evaluation and inspection

Oil changes

Complete diagnostics

Transmission service & repair

Engine overhaul and replacement

Exhaust system repair



Radiator & water pump

Air conditioning/heater

Cooling system


Fuel system

Belts and hoses



SRS (safety restraint system)


Schedule your appointment today – Call 215-389-6129

Prepare For Fall & Winter

Don't be caught unprepared in severe weather. Have a reputable garage perform a tune-up and inspection on your vehicle to prevent problems. Here are some tips to help prepare your vehicle for Pennsylvania cold weather.

Brakes/Antilock System

The brakes must be faultless and equalized to prevent pulling to one side, which may cause skidding. A brake flush is recommended every 2 years for safe, optimal performance.

Cooling System

Every 3-4 years, depending on your manufacturer’s recommendations, have your cooling system flushed with a good chemical cleaner and refilled with fresh anti-freeze that can handle low-temperatures. Check reservoirs, belts, hoses, pressure caps and the thermostat.

Battery and Electrical System

If your battery is several years old have it checked. Be sure connections are clean and tight. Don’t get stranded in wintry weather with a dead battery!


A diagnostic check-up of the engine is a good pre-winter investment. If you're due for a tune-up, have it done to prevent other major problems from occurring. Faulty wiring, worn spark plugs, a choke that sticks, or emission control devices that need attention, can all lead to hard starting.

Exhaust System

Check the muffler and tail pipe system for carbon monoxide leaks. These leaks are especially dangerous during cold weather driving when windows are closed.

Fuel System

Make sure there is plenty of gas in your tank at all times. A full tank minimizes condensation, which may cause gas line freezing.

Heaters, Defrosters and Wipers

Ensure your windshield offers you clear vision of the road and traffic around you even in harsh weather conditions. Have heaters, defrosters and wipers checked to make sure they’re fully operational. Install new wiper blades.

Oil and Filter

Dirty oil can cause trouble anytime, so change the oil and filter regularly. Check the fuel, air and transmission filters as well.

Convenient South Philadelphia location (on Oregon Avenue near I-95).