When I first had work done at this shop they said my wife's rav4 would... read more When I first had work done at this shop they said my wife's rav4 would need new brake pads and fluid flush soon. I made a follow apt and dropped the car off at 8:30am on a Friday. I ended up calling at 4pm (they close at 5:30) bc they never called me, they said they'd call back in 15mins. At 4:50 I called them back, they said they hadn't even started on the vehicle!! I guess they were going to call me at 5:30 when they close to tell me they were keeping my car over the weekend??seriously? I told them I was going to pick up the vehicle without the service done. I got there at 5:25 and they tell me it's $53 for the inspection and they actually did flush the brakes and it's $112 . So they charged me $53 for something they had already inspected. So $193 later I'm never going to Japanese Motor Works again. I don't know what else to say they're pretty much just your stereotypical crooked, shifty, over priced repair shop.
Kudos to Ed for excellent service! Lextech didn't handle the type o... read more Kudos to Ed for excellent service! Lextech didn't handle the type of repair I needed but Ed was well versed in the nature of my issue and gave me an A+ referral that led me to saving a couple thousand dollars! The last thing I wanted to do was call the dealership and thanks to him I didn't have to. He was super patient, even providing me with the full address and number of the shop. You can best believe the next time I need anything for my Lexus, I'll be making an appt here! Looking forward to meeting Ed in person. D D. Atlanta, GA
Early one morning a couple weeks ago I got into my ES 350 and couldn't... read more Early one morning a couple weeks ago I got into my ES 350 and couldn't get it to turnover. I had to have it towed and decided to give LexTechs a try instead of my usual dealer service shop. Turned out to be a good move. Ed and his service team did a thorough analysis of my car and found something very unusual. Some critter had gotten into the wiring which directly led to a messed up engine. This was a car that was in good shape otherwise and one I would have continued to drive for another 100,000 miles. I guarantee the dealer shop would have recommended a lengthy list of repairs that would not have been worth paying for. Because of detailed analysis of the LexTech's team, I was able to submit this non-routine engine damage as a claim against my auto insurance policy which they eventually concluded was a total loss. So the bad news is that I'll have to find a new car. But the good news is that I won't be out nearly as much money as I could have been paying for repairs. So thank you to Ed and team for your attention to detail and finding the root cause of my car issue. Steve R Lexus ES 350