Car Mechanic Simulator Now Available For Gearheads On Consoles

Car Mechanic Simulator arrives to consoles.
Car Mechanic Simulator arrives to consoles. Red Dot Games

The critically acclaimed Car Mechanic Simulator is now available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. In this incredibly detailed and highly realistic simulation game, players experience the work of an automotive mechanic at a one-stop car mechanic shop where they can find, repair, paint, tune, sell, and test drive cars with the objective of expanding their car renovation kingdom.

Test the mettle of your inner grease-monkey with each Car Mechanic Simulator mission offering its own unique challenges, with varying difficulty and time constraints. Indeed, the infinite number of randomly generated missions can keep you more than busy for days.

Car Mechanic Simulator includes 48 cars and over a thousand car parts. Players can discover cars abandoned in barns or scavenge for car parts in junkyards and restore these jewels to their former glory. If players want, they can sell their creations and earn profits too. As players progress through the game, they can also upgrade their garage by adding equipment like a parts warehouse or painting the interiors with a lacquer sprayer.

The game also holds car auctions for those seeking to complete their collections. Players can sell and purchase 4-wheeled wonders that they can store at a multi-level car park.

The key features of Car Mechanic Simulator include the following:

  • Photorealistic graphics
  • 48 cars to get your hands dirty with (including licensed models from Jeep & Mazda)
  • 10+ tools to help you work on those cars
  • 1000+ parts waiting for you
  • Start from a small workshop and upgrade it to a full sized 3-lifter gem
  •  Randomly generated jobs to add an extra level of entertainment into the mix
  • Endless gameplay
  • Multilevel car parking in which you can store you cars
  • Advanced Upgrade System (level up and spend your points on upgrades)
  • Path Test to test car suspension
  • Test Track to test car condition (or just fool around on!)
  • Race Track to test car performance
  •  Car Auctions where you can compete with other bidders and try to be successful
  •  Car Paint Shop with different paint types and car liveries (or you can just paint one part to save money)
  •  Barn Finds, where you search for abandoned cars in barns - make sure to look there for parts
  • Junkyard (scavenge for parts and rusty cars)
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