Brough my 2006 BMW 330i in for a transmission leak. Motorwerks estimated at $1018. Uptown Imports did it for just under $400. I'm happy to save $600. Everything seems perfect.
Uptown Imports came recommended from a friend and I can see why. I made an appointment there to check out a used car before purchasing, and they spent about 2 hours going over every inch of the car. They take OCD to an entirely new level.I have to mention Matt. He is like a walking wikipedia when it comes to cars (except he seems to always be correct). He answered all my questions, and even coached me on haggling and it was a total success. He also gave me a free travel mug and a bottle opener keychain, too :)The downside, if you could call it that, was the $100 charge. But that's comparable to similar shops in the cities and it did come with two hours of testing and the peace of mind of knowing my car isn't going to fall apart like a looney tunes car. Looking forward to seeing them for other services.Now I just have to get over my buyer's remorse. (I have to pay what for how many years??)
Thank God I found these guys!They are everything other mechanics are not: Friendly, smiling, incredibly fast, and cheaper than Kline or Borton. In fact, they got the job done in half the time Kline quoted me. I have found my new mechanic for life! And yeah, they have free bottled water and K-Cups just like the fancy dealers.
These guys were SOOOO helpful. I stopped in yesterday after my car overheated and coolant was running out of my car faster than I could put it in. I just leaving MN and on my way to M, with my car packed, I for my move out of the state. They were extremely accommodating, they fixed my car the same day and were very nice and helpful with everything. When fixing my car they kept me in the loop of everything that was going on and what they were doing, along with why each fix was made. I really appreciate their service and would recommend them to anyone anytime.
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