Hillside Auto provides Canyon Lake, TX with dependable auto repair and maintenance services.
Phone: (830) 899-2525
Hours & InfoPhone: (830) 899-2525Website: www.hillsideautocanyonlake.com
We service all makes and models, both foreign and domestic and we have ASE certified technicians to assist you with your needs. We have over 30 years of experience and we offer quality workmanship.
Our friendly and professional staff will be glad to answer any question you may have about our services.
From low-cost oil changes and maintenance to inspections and tune-ups, our repair shop offers you quality auto repair and tire service without costing you a fortune.
Call us to schedule an appointment or just stop on by, TODAY!
Phone: (830) 899-2525
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