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04/25/2015
By: Stacy G.
Transmission Clinic
Took my car to Transmission Clinic expecting my transmission to be bad. After they diagnosed the problem they found it to only be an electrical problem. The customer service guy, John, explained the problem in detail and the repair cost me several hundred less than I expected. Being a single female it is difficult to find a trustworthy mechanic that doesn't try to sell you unneeded repairs. I'm thrilled they do all types of auto repairs, not just transmissions. I will continue to have my car repaired here and will refer everyone I know. Thanks for the honesty and great service.
07/08/2013
By: goodpeoplelocksmith
Advanced Transmissions
my name is Rico I am the owner of GOOD PEOPLE LOCKSMITHING LLC. First off I would like to say these guys are great at what they do. I had my 2003 ford E250 locksmith company van towed to them with the transmission housing and a box of mixed up transmission part from another transmission shop in the back of the van (because the other guys wanted a arm and leg to rebuild my transmission) . Advanced transmission got me in and out in record time. I have a great running van and a great warranty at a great affordable price.
08/31/2011
By: redwell
Advanced Transmissions
HEY MEMPHIS JUST WANTED TO TELL YOU ABOUT MY GREAT EXPERIENCE WITH ADVANCED TRANSMISSIONS. THIS TRANSMISSION SHOP IS A GREAT AUTO SHOP. IF YOU NEED ANYTHING DONE TO YOUR VEHICLE THEY CAN DO IT AND IT WILL BE CHEAPER THAN EVERYONE ELSE IN TOWN. THEY HAVE NICE AND VERY FRIENDLY WORKERS WHO CARE ABOUT THE CUSTOMERS NEEDS. SO IF YOUR VEHICLE IS DOWN, DON'T MESS AROUND, GO ON OVER TO ADVANCED TRANSMISSIONS THEY ARE THE LOWEST AUTO SHOP IN TOWN!!!!
08/16/2017
By: Jeff S.
Coleman Taylor Transmissions
Honest guys that work on my classic cars and always do a stellar job! They inspect first, then give you options - exactly what I look for. Best transmission shop in Memphis! Walter and Brian always take good care of me.
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09/23/2015
By: Brian O.
High Gear Transmissions
These guys are the real deal! Fast receptive and Loyal. Rebuilt my Tj Wrangler manual transmission and so smooth, Had a couple install questions and No worries they talked me through.
11/14/2014
By: Chris S.
Transmission Clinic
These are top notch guys. Very nice and honest. John is pleasure to do business with. I highly recommend them to anyone needing transmission work.
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05/22/2015
By: Tamara J.
Transmission Clinic
Honest people that do excellent work.
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The American Board of Orthodontics recommends finding a dental specialist that is board-certified, offers free or reduced-price consultations, and displays qualities such as trustworthiness, ability to communicate effectively, and attentiveness.
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