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10/26/2017
By: Sergio R.
RnB Automotive
If there was 0 stars i would put that instead. This mechanic is a theif. He will try and rip you off every chance he gets. He replaced my enigine for 2600$ promised 1 year warranty word of mouth.. He never gave me a receipt. When i remembered about the receipt and warranty it only said 90 days. He then has refused to honor his word. He is the worst mechanic in town.
10/12/2017
By: Mark T.
KMV Transmission
This place finally fixed what was wrong with my car that other places could not. I had taken my car to 2 other shops and they could not fix my car right and charged me a ton of money. This place was fair fast and good!Mike is amazing honest mechanic . Very fair for pricing.!!!
10/12/2017
By: Nabil I.
Affordable Auto Sales
great people, very help staff, good selection of cars suv trucks,ownest sales people,finance manager very help full try to explain every thing before i sign.
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10/02/2017
By: txbabesn22
El Gato Auto Service
We get our tires done frequently at " El Gato", as we live in this area and usually we get prompt service and good deals on used 20in tires.
09/29/2017
By: Bobby and jill I.
Automotive Fitness Center
Ramiro (and now his son) has been our family mechanic for somewhere between 25-30 years. Our entire family uses Automotive Fitness for 3 generations and counting. They do good work, they are reasonably priced and most importantly - they are honest. We are customers for life.
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09/20/2017
By: John D.
Aztec Auto Sales
Scammers don't buy there lemons 100% there crooks. all they want is your money nothing but a fly by night operation
09/16/2017
By: Sandra O.
Chacon Autos
For those of you who do not have the best credit or not much to pay for a down payment. This is the place to go..THEY will honestly work with you. They are honest unlike other places we applied at..they will help you get a vehicle ..It was such a pleasant experience. Everyone at chacon was so nice and helpful..I highly recommend Paul Ytuarte. He is an exceptional salesperson..ask for him you will be glad you did!!!
09/09/2017
By: jrlongsr
Seymour's Garage
Family run business for generations. Built on integrity, honesty and great customer service. I like doing business with someone that I can trust, that's knowledgeable straight forward and fair. You'll be glad that you took your vehicle to Mark at Seymour's Garage!!!
08/29/2017
By: Brittany B.
Lone Star Radiator
Just was not what I expected. Was referred by a regular customer. I called and the secretary was knowledgeable and helpful. Once I got there everything was unorganized and out of order.......................................
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08/27/2017
By: John H.
Euro Car Care Inc
Finding a place to work on my 2007 Saab 93 is a difficult venture. So I did some research and found Euro Car Care, and while hesitant at first because I knew very little about the business, I pulled the trigger and took my Saab to them for repairs. I normally work on my own cars, but this was something beyond my level of mechanical understanding. Despite the difficulty finding Saab parts, he had my car ready much sooner than I expected. They did excellent service on my car and I will be taking my other Saabs to this place in the future for any repairs.
Tips & Advices
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