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06/21/2013
By: enufisenuf
Team Ford Lincoln
I have had numerous experiences at Team Ford Lincoln. The service I have received has been above and beyond what I expected in terms of customer service.After reading the previous review, I found myself compelled to write this statement.First thing, what kind of battery dies while the vehicle is engaged and in motion? Second, I would think the dealership that charged $350 to assist you would be the one taking advantage of a person's misfortune. I have had dead batteries in my lifetime and I have never paid that much. Having battery issues here in Las Vegas isn't uncommon. It's 100+ degrees, dry and dusty. Secondly, I believe I know the sales manager you are referring to. I find it impossible that she would have said the things you are claiming she said. In the event that your recollection of the conversation could be incorrect, I would like to introduce a couple of words as well as their definitiion to you. Defamation—also called calumny, vilification, or traducement—is the communication of a false statement that harms the reputation of an individual, business, product, group, government, religion, or nation. Most jurisdictions allow legal action to deter various kinds of defamation and retaliate against groundless criticism.Under common law, to constitute defamation, a claim must generally be false and have been made to someone other than the person defamed.[1] Some common law jurisdictions also distinguish between spoken defamation, called slander, and defamation in other media such as printed words or images, called libel.[2]I am so frustrated over people looking to hold someone accountable for everything that happens to them. Wether in their control or not. We now live in a society where so many are looking for something for nothing and refuse to take accountabilty for anything. Just accept that things just happen. And when you don't get the answer you wanted, think about it before you slander another person just because you don't like the answer you have received.
09/12/2015
By: Eric H.
El Charro Auto Sales
Quite the rinky-dink, deceitful little business. After reading a satisfactory Carfax report, Humberto sold me a nice-looking 2006 Nissan Altima. It had been regularly maintained, so how could there possibly be anything wrong with it? Well, a little over two weeks after I purchased it, the AC started blasting out either lukewarm or flat-out hot air when on the coldest setting. Shortly after, the "Service Engine Soon" light came on. Not sure what kind of place sells a car without giving it a proper tune-up first, but I took it to AutoZone for a diagnostic test, and got a P0420. This is probably the most vague diagnosis a vehicle can get, but it's probably the catalytic converter. Let's just hope this is only thing wrong, shall we? And, wait for it, wait for it...As it turns out, it needs a new exhaust manifold, front struts, and radiator hoses as well as a timing belt - all adding up to about $2,200 in repairs. Essentially, the $400 I saved when they knocked it off the price will have to go a mechanic (plus an additional $1,800) to fix the issues. Good lookin' out, guys! "As-Is" vehicle sales are a gamble the buyer usually doesn't win. However, the fact that the issues were never disclosed at the time of purchase nor did I receive a copy of the engine report mandated BY LAW after 75,000 miles probably means I have a damn good case against them. Avoid the aggravation and spend the extra money somewhere else. At least there you'll know what you're getting.
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08/08/2017
By: Laura F.
David's Complete Auto Repair
I purchased an RV from out of state and wanted to get it inspected and brought up to date before my 1000+ trip home. I was so fortunate to find Davids auto repair. David made sure a full inspection of the motorhome was done, he found numerous small issues and added a lot of new parts that had deteriorated from just sitting in the sun for too long. He found a few things that the dealership failed to find and fix and helped me get the costs for that covered. I looked up the prices for the parts he put in and found that he sold me the parts at cost and found me better discounts on other parts that were of the same quality. He called me 2 or 3 times every day to keep me up to date on what they were doing. He even came out to the dealership to meet me and go through the RV with me while the dealership tech gave me the walkthrough. For everything they did to my new motorhome, the price was very fair. These guys are real professionals, they know what they are doing! Purchasing from out of state was a stressful experience because of everything that could go wrong on the trip home. David made sure the motorhome purred like a kitten all the way home. I highly recommend Davids complete auto repair!!!
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06/11/2015
By: Donald F.
Discount Muffler Brakes and A/C, Inc.
Bryan and his entire staff of professionals are the very best I have dealt with in over 50 years. I have an antique 1976 Chrysler New Yorker Broham I have owned for many years. I live in Las Vegas, Nevada and auto air condition is a must in our 120+ heat in the summertime. I tried for over 6 months to get a reasonable estimate on getting it fixed and $2000.00+ was out of the question. I went to the internet and found this site and business with so many satisfied customers it was unbelievable.I called for an appointment and got in the very next day. I met with Bryan the manager and was immediately impressed. He gave me a rough estimate of $250 to $350, depending on what they found in the system and what new parts were needed. Bottom line is it took about 4 yours of work and a return 2 days later because of a freon power hose that had to be ordered. I now have ice cold air with a total cost of $352.00, including taxes. All these positive write-ups of Bryan and his staff were 100% right. The repair workers even took time to talk with me personally, which is highly unusual. A 5 star rating isn't high enough. I give them all a "PERFECT 10". A super- happy customer in Las Vegas Nevada. Don.
12/21/2012
By: justawatcher
Midas Auto Service Experts
Craig at this MIdas location is fantastic. We brought him a used car to check out that we were interested in buying from HondaWest. It was a 2004 Saturn Vue they were selling for $5200. Within 10 minutes he was telling us not to buy the car -- it had some major repair issues -- over $2700. He directed us to CarMax because he thought they had good used cars around $5000 (they don't unfortunately). We also told him about a car that a salesman was willing to sell us for $4000 (his own car) and once we told him the year and make he advised us he thought the price was high -- which after a check on Kelley's Blue Book -- we discovered it was -- by about 1/3. Then about an hour later I got a call from Craig telling me he knew someone at another Midas location that was selling a car within our price range and that he thought it was a good car. We went and looked at it and bought it. THANK YOU CRAIG!!! We thought we were out of luck in finding a car for my brother before I returned the next morning to Chicago but because of Craig's tip we were able to buy him what we think is a mechanically sound car that was within our budget ($3000).
07/30/2012
By: newuseryp
Audi Las Vegas Service Center
I went to look at a 2013 Audi, in Las Vegas Nevada, which had recently arrived. Drove and liked it however by the time I received an insurance quote, and had done some other shopping the car had been sold and no others were available in the vicinity. I discussed with my Salesperson, Robert, what he wanted to do, since I couldn't wait for months to order one and preferred not to travel out of town where others were available. They found a more upgraded one out of state and negotiated to have it shipped here, and at no charge to me. They were not under any obligation to do this. They also worked out a very competitive price which turned out to be less than I would have otherwise paid out of the area where I had priced several. I left a deposit and signed to have the vehicle transferred. A few days later the car arrived in good order, no miles,nor damages, clean, fueled, tested fine, ready to go. I completed the paper work, was not pressured to take additional items though I took some which I had previously reviewed. Robert went over the various systems with me and gave me a lift back from the airport. A+ all around so far!
01/23/2013
By: mike_king
Qualified Automotive
My wife and I have been taking our cars to Qualified Automotive for about fourteen years. I go to Don at Qualified for the big repairs. They do great work and are very honest. They are across town for me so I go to a local place for routine maintenance. Here are a couple of my positive experiences with Qualified:I called Qualified for an estimate to have the spark plugs changed on my ’99 Expedition. I was given a price and told it was labor intensive because Ford had the engine compartment so cramped. After dropping off my vehicle, I received a call back from Don, the owner. He told me he was dropping the price because I had the smaller engine and it wouldn’t take as long to complete the tune-up as he had anticipated. When is the last time a repairman in any field came in “under budget”? I had a radiator replaced at Qualified and it eventually developed a leak at a faulty weld (a factory defect for the after-market radiator). The guys at Qualified replaced the radiator for free even though it was outside the limited warranty of the part. They truly stand behind their work.
06/21/2013
By: ephllips
ABSOLUTE AUTO SERVICES
I am impressed. I was given Absolute Auto Services as a referral from a friend. I had already gone to several shops and got different information and outrageous quotes from other shops. Kris actually took the time to diagnose the problem and make sure that he was going to repair the proper thing. I had a code for the catalytic converter come up and one shop just wanted to go ahead and replace the whole thing. They didn't even use the computer diagnostics. Kris did a complete diagnostic and found that my catalytic converter and oxygen sensors were operating fine. It was leaks in the injectors and fuel system along with a vacuum leak that were causing the problem. Kris saved me hundreds of dollars and follow up visits by diagnosing the problem. I did have a follow up problem with a pinhole leak that blew a few days later and Kris took responsibility and took care of the problem promptly without digging into my wallet further. I will happily tell all of my friends and family about Kris and Absolute Auto Services. Not only that but I will be a repeat customer!
04/16/2014
By: Dan R.
Vince's Automotive
STOP AND LOOK NO MORE!! IF YOU ARE READING THIS THEN VINCE IS YOUR NEW AUTOMOTIVE MECHANIC!! We moved here from Seattle, WA last November 2013 and were in need of a good mechanic, well let me tell you we found a Great mechanic! We have a XJ12 Jaguar and a Discovery Land Rover. If any of you know British motors well then you know what I'm talking about. Vince was very reasonably priced and did exactly what he said he was going to do and was on time. Now the better news! My wife and I are muscle car fanatics and we found this 72 El Camino we buy it prior to taking it to Vince since it was in Parump (silly mistake) so we take it in to Vince and it needs new everything, tranny, water pump, radiator on and on. Now Vince is a muscle head too so thats the good news!! We got it back yesterday and its like a new car!! Now stop looking around and give Vince a call as you have read he works on all kinds of cars and is damn good at it!Oh and the way we found Vince was on this site! So here's another great review for Vince's!!
02/17/2012
By: weiss101
Auto Lab
I am military, and GSA vehicles are taken to Auto Lab because Mike's reputation on quickness and being accurate on the problem. See I am in Henderson, and had a mechanic almost rip me off nearly $4K on repairs. Several the guy lied about straight out. The muffler falling apart but it was a loose screw up front. tires bad, but they had tread. I found out from Mike, the 02 sensor I paid last year was old, and the guy on boulder hhwy lied about changing it and charged me. I found out the mechanic on blould hwy drilled out my cadalliac converter for $800 was illegal and just $200 from getting a brand new one. The mech on boulder wanted near $1800 for a new converter alone. Then he added 660 for brakes which was a joke. Mike stated an axle is about $170 and 600 was insane. I got out of $2200 which sounds alot was cheap. Mike did the brakes all around, 2 new tires, an oil cap which was broken by walmart, oil change, new cadialliac coverter, ac put into the system, oh and a front head light.
Tips & Advices
Among the common scams pulled are needless repairs, where a garage charges you for work that isn't necessary. Another popular one is attracting customers through a cheap oil change or tire pressure check. Then, when you your car is being repaired, they give you a long list of other corrections they'd like to make, therefore boosting the total cost of your bill. The best way to combat these types of problems is getting a written estimate before work is done so you can see how much repairs are expected to cost. If the final bill is higher than the estimate projected, ask to specifically see the work. Make sure information is put in writing as well. If a problem remains, you can have proof that work was not done to your satisfaction.
For winter driving, features such as the defroster, heater and exhaust system are paramount. Look in your owner's manual for specific directions on how features should be checked and repaired. Many newer cars have a cabin air filter that can be replaced when needed, allowing warm air to continue to flow in. Also, check tires before winter driving, as they need to be at the proper pressure to perform well on snow and ice.
In the spring and summer, you want to be sure your air conditioner and cooling systems work correctly. Given the high temperatures, overheating is a common problem. Look over the system by ensuring there is enough coolant available. If it needs to be refilled, it is best to open the hood and add more to the car before it gets too warm out. Also, clean out fan ducts and other ventilation sources necessary for summertime driving.
Some fixes to your car can be done without paying a specialist. Issues like replacing oil and air filters are relatively simple, with instructions provided in the owner's manual on how to make these changes. The same goes for replacing broken windshield wipers or burnt-out headlights. Such issues should be repaired quickly to guarantee safety, but don't require a visit to a garage.
Yes. Not every type of auto repair work needs to be done by a certified mechanic. You can fix some of a vehicle's issues just by paying attention to how the automobile is running and having a basic understanding of auto repair. Look over the ways weather may impact your car and what preventative measures you can take to avoid having to take it into the shop.

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