Volvo Repair in Miamisburg

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  • S BreviewedAlpine Imports

    This is a two-man shop with Scott mainly up front and Sandy mainly in ... read more This is a two-man shop with Scott mainly up front and Sandy mainly in the back. I have found the two to be very honest and straightforward. Given a small independent shop, they perform routine maintenance as well as manage to track down automotive gremlins. And if the gremlins recur, they are very fair about redoing and rectifying. Rates are more than fair. And NO gouging. No free loaners, but will work with Enterprise rental for reasonable price, if necessary. I have been using this shop for several years for cars including: 1995 Saab, 2005 VW Passat GLX, 2012 Volvo XC70 (still under warranty, but little things), 2015 Volvo V60 T6 (also still under warranty, but little things also including intermediate oil change between recommended 10K gratis change at dealer). Though reluctantly, they will work on USA domestic marques with a bit of pleading or coercion. Recommended......Velocitoro

  • CarmenreviewedAlpine Imports

    Love this place great service, fast honest I will be back with my Saab... read more Love this place great service, fast honest I will be back with my Saab again 5 stars Carmen

  • JoshuareviewedC's Autohaus

    I brought my high mileage Mercedes here after it decided to not want t... read more I brought my high mileage Mercedes here after it decided to not want to start. What is great about C's Autohaus is what they didn't do; they didn't try to take advantage of me because I'm a Mercedes owner, which up until now, I thought was some kind of code for moron to repair shops. I'm used to taking my car in to a shop and having them try to sell me thousands of dollars worth of useless repairs with highly inflated part costs. C's Autohaus was able to diagnose that it was just the starter motor, and replaced it at a responable price. They were also able to find and fix an oil leak the same day at, again, a reasonable price, and they fixed some minor performance issues while they were in there gratis. After those repairs my fuel economy went from about 10 l/100km to around 7 l/100km (smaller number is better). The shop itself is pretty cool too. They have a lot of old VWs from the 60s and 70s on their lot which I'm guessing are project cars.

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