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  • A
    David Johnson's Automotive
    David has been repairing our cars for over 8 years: in that time he's amazed me with his consistent dedication to getting work done right. And he stands behind his work! He's always great to deal with but this one takes the cake! The right side Odyssey sliding door stopped working. Knowing from experience that his work is better and less expensive than the dealer I went to David with visions of cables, switches, maybe even the motor --- in other words, less than dealers but still an expensive repair. I was amazed when David checked it out and said it needed reprogrammed! Who Knew? Sure enough the door is fully functional and both doors were serviced for about the cost of a dealers diagnostic fee. More importantly, what do you think the dealer would have done or charged? Today, David replaced the struts and realigned the front end and the car drives like new! We tell our friends: when your car needs service check with David first. ps David does oil changes and routine service.
    - Charles T.
  • F
    Eagle Maintenance & Services USA Inc
    See above and STAY AWAY FROM THIS COMPANY. I will be seeking a refund from Angie's list. Update 1/17/17: Him blaming me for not contacting them after they didn't show up, he should know where his employees are and he should have contacted me that day, not the next. He states in his email prior to coming out that if we cancel without giving them notice, they will charge me for it but if he doesn't show up, no problem.
    - Eddie P.
  • B
    Coggin De Land Ford
    They are fairly busy. I never had any complaints with them. For the detailed service, I felt they were a little bit over priced. Detailed service included cleaning the engine and cleaning the car inside and out.
    - Christopher A.
  • A
    Awesome service and price! I had my windshield repaired.  They were at my house within 30 mintues of my call. The job they did was excellent and the price was extremely reasonable. The owner is very professional.  I would definately use them again and recommend them.  
    - Bryan K.
  • A
    Wilson Bimmer Repair
    The local BMW dealership wanted $600 to repair- My wife also had a prior fix to the driver's door vapor barrier looked at as water was still coming in. The owner took the time to show my wife (her car) the code, explain that some choose not to have repaired as it did not affect anything but the ability of the light to turn around corners. He also fixed a prior repair to the vapor barrier for free and what he did charge was 50% less than the dealer. This guy is honest, knows his stuff and we will go to him exclusively for future service and repairs.
    - Bryan K.
  • A
    Glass Doctor of Daytona Beach
    I wanted obscure glass in the door.  He went over lots of options and gave my an estimate. I told I really wanted glass with a blind inside, but couldn't find it any where.  He went back to his office and searched and found the very thing I wanted.  He ordered it.  It only took a few days to get it and it was installed.  The fellow was very nice and helpful.  The job was done correct and neat. The price was fair. I'm very happy with everything.
    - paula p.
  • A
    SNS Automotive Repair
    It went absolutely perfect.  This was my second visit to SMS AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR and I'm kicking myself for not going there for my last issue (AC). This shop is actually easy to find. It's a little drive in an very nice industrial park. So that tells me right off that it's a great business because of its location (not many people drive down the road and see the shop is what I'm getting at). I would, without hesitation recommend SMS AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR for any of you auto repairs/maintenance.
    - William B.
  • A
    Coggin De Land Ford
    I use the Lincoln dealership for car repairs.  I last used them less than 6 months ago.  My car is under warranty.  My car is 2009. I pay for oil change.  They do any kind of service that pertains to my vehicle.  They are courteous.   They take care of any problems and give it a good service.  I would give them top marks across the board.
    - Carol W.
  • F
    My car died on I-4 as I was stepping on the gas pedal and the car wasn't getting any so I pulled off onto the shoulder.The Road Ranger looked at it and thought it was the fuel pump..  Being a 1996 Pontiac Grand Am I had it towed to the local Deland Pontiac Kaiser Dealership.
    First you probably should know I was quoted a charge of $99 for an estimate, $159 if they had to take the car apart to find what was wrong and that "the car was not put back together if the work was not done there."  I'd never had a service place give me that kind of esitmate, but I'd already had it towed there.  And I was pretty sure it was just the fuel pump.  Anyway, later that day I got the estimate of over $600 and was told it needed the manifold in addition to the fuel pump and would be fixed in a day or two.  
    Then  I was told that "Hurricane Sandy" had affected their parts distribution out of Michigan and it would an additional 4 or 5 days to get the part. Not a clue how a storm on the east cost affected that  but anyway, it was a week later when I was told it was going to be fixed. And on that morning I called to see what time I could pick it up and was told it needed a fuel pump at an additional $800.  The fuel pump  was the reason the car had been towed in there in the first place.  And what I thought I'd already gotten the estimate on.
    At that point I was livid.  There is a major difference between $600 and $1400. And then to find out I'd waited a week for a repair that didn't need to be done. So, we actually asked for the 'cracked' manifold and while looking at it, it showed no damage. And did ask to speak to Mr. Kaiser because no honest reputable repair shop would charge customers for repairs that aren't needed.  Or lie about their estimates.  My mistake was thinking it would matter to him. Anyway, we had a discussionw with Kaiser and his mechanic and I was saying about how good the fuel mileage was and his own mechanic told us that "If you have a bad manifold you'd see a noticeable impact on your mpg." That was not the case. I was getting 24 mpg, which is the best this car has ever gotten And there'd been no decline in mpg for months where I'd been monitoring my fuel consumption. . I'd just been charged almost $600 for a repair that wasn't needed.   And then the ridiculous price of $800 for a fuel pump repair.   I guarantee if they'd told me the entire repair from the start was going to be 4 times the value of the car I would not have agreed to it.  Nobody would.And a discussion with Mr. Kaiser showed that this is how they normally treat their customers.     In fact when I talked to Mr. Kaiser on how this car was only worth two or three hundred dollars, he says "Did you tell the service manager you didn't want to pay a lot of money?"  Are you really expected to tell someone you only want to be charged for a repair that is needed?  Or that we want an honest estimate up front?
    So after getting the car towed out of there I went home and researched manifolds and found there are several signs when one is bad, including a hissing nose, leaking, the car running rough, and poor fuel mileage. NONE of those were going on with this car.   None! And then I found that you don't have to fix a manifold to fix the fuel pump which is what the service manager implied.
    p.s. ......  the fuel pump was replaced and the car runs.  And is still getting the 24mpg.  So  if the manifold had been going bad with this small leak and needed the manifold repair then it wouldn't be getting the same mpg both before the repair and after.
    - Robin M.
  • F
    Mechanics Plus
    I took my beautiful 2000 Pontiac Firebird in for service at Mechanics Plus due to a serious lack of power. Car was chugging along and would not accelerate without a fight. As my mechanic of 15 years or so was well over 20-30 minutes away in Apopka (Russell Automotive) I was seriously concerned I would have an accident with the condition of my car. I saw Mechanics Plus on the right hand side 3 minutes from my house I thought "what could possibly go wrong just this once?" Well, first I'm told I need a major tune up at $425.00. I also decided to just get the oil changed while I had the car there. After I agreed to the repair I then get a call that says the catalytic converter is backed up.This repair will cost  $380.00. This is the reason my car was chugging in the first place and was the necessary repair and should have taken precedence. The owner made the call to replace my car with an aftermarket catalytic converter (obviously it was a GM part to begin with). A couple months or so after I took the car home a rattle started under the car when it warmed up. I took the car back and explained the situation and they fixed the problem. Again a few months  later  the rattle started again and also there is oil leaking from my car. I am getting very upset now but took the car back AGAIN!! The owner proceeded to tell me that the problem with the rattle is because the aftermarket catalytic converter doesn't fit right so it may rattle. Aftermarket? I was NEVER asked about aftermarket ANYTHING!!!  Also my check engine light is now on (oxygen sensor in converter)  beause it doesn't fit right .They had banged that new part up with a mallet trying to make it work for my car. A GM Factory catalytic converter would have been $780.00 but  I was never given the option(probably because he would have lost the $425.00 tune up job). I didn't understand how someone could put $11.00 spark plugs in (top of the line tune up parts) and put a cheap catalytic converter in MY CAR!!. My car didn't go in with an aftermarket cat converter and it shouldn't have come out with one. Had he just put that $425.00 tune up cost towards the GM Factory cat converter I would probably been a very satisfied customer and had a new and closer mechanic. Alas, I also had the oil leak because they broke the drain plug and the owner argued about that saying he had no record of changing my oil. I had to go out and pull the sticker off my windshield. I think they knew they messed up my car from the get go and just didn't charge me for the oil change but  even that wasn't done right. By this time they tried to claim the warranty was up and after bringing it back all these times, yeah fine but it was their dishonesty in the first place that brought us to this point.  The owner proceeded to get nasty with me and my dad just said "lets go we"ll fix it". When my dad got under my car he couldn't believe the number of calmps they applied to stop the rattle and how they banged up a brand new part with a mallet/hammer?. Now, keep in mind this repair was 5 years ago but it's stuck with me all this time as my car STILL rattles.  I've just become a member of Angies list recently but I had to take the time to write this review.  Needless to say I would pay the towing cost from Volusia County where we now live  to take my car to Russell Automotive in Apopka as I should have in the first place.
    - marnie h.
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