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    AutoNation Acura Spokane Valley
    It's all a part of the contract, so there's not ever been a cost. I think they're always trying to up-sell to the next part. You can't beat the price, though. Although that contract will end and we will have to pay for it in the future.
    - Gary G.
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    Parker Toyota
    The staff is knowledgeable, professional, and effective. They are responsible and handled my problem right away. They told me when they would have it finished and it didn't take any longer than scheduled.
    - Gary G.
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    Stein'S Express Auto Service
    Aaron, who owns the business is very knowledgeable.  Really knows his stuff and does a great job. I have had him work on numerous vehicles of mine - from a '79 Chevy Pickup to a 2004 Honda Accord, a 2009 Kia Sportage and even a 1939 Ford 9N tractor.  Aaron does everything from general automotive work to fully body work and paint.  He can restore an old vehicle or just simple dent repair.
    He is very honest and will not tell you that you need more work than is necessary.  He is a straight shooter.  And, his pricing is very fair.  He won't go by a "book" rate and charge you more than the time it really takes. 
    I highly recommend Aaron for any sort of automotive service that you may need.
    - Robert J.
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    Greenacres Auto Repair
    The staff is very good. The staff was prompt. They are very honest. One time I took my car there and they didn't charge me anything because it was just a rock that was sitting in my frame. I was very impressed with the service.
    - Charlene/Ron B.
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    AutoCraft
    It went very well. By asking for the 30 point check I opened myself to being scammed if they chose to report a lot of problems. The only thing they found was a leaking power steering pump. This car has 200,000 miles and if they had told me I needed some new suspension components I would have believed them.
    Also, they provided me with a loaner car while mine was being serviced; they kept my car overnight.
    - Brian M.
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    AutoCraft
    I found AutoCraft on AL and called about 20 minutes before they were scheduled to open.  My call was answered and professionally handled.  I made an appointment to bring in the vehicle about an hour later.  While I waited, they ran a scan of all systems and determined that it was a problem in the electrical system and gave their best guess about the true problem.  I got a call about an hour later with a detailed description of the problem, and a quote on the price.  They were very reasonable, and said they would give me a first-time customer discount and further reduced the quoted price, as the timing was bad for me financially.
    I got another call about 30 minutes later.  The mechanic said the problem was more widespread than he had initially thought, and that it probably didn't make sense to fix it now.  Apparently, there was a lot of corrosion in the electrical harness from a previous mechanic puncturing the rubber wire sheath to test the wires.  The problem triggering the light was with the low-speed fan relay, and he said I could wait to get it fixed.  He put it all back together and only charged me for the initial diagnosis of the problem.  He also said when I came to pick up the vehicle that he had tested all of my other systems and that the battery was bad.  He didn't try to sell me a battery, but instead helped me determine that the battery was less than 1 year old, and that the retailer would replace it for free.  He gave me the printout on the battery to give to the retailer.
    2 weeks later, I got a thank you card and a box of cookies in the mail from AutoCraft.  Nice to know that of all the things to worry about in moving to a new area, finding a good mechanic is already taken care of.
    - Eric N.
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    AutoCraft
    I am continually impressed with the quality of service.  Not only did they change the oil and fix the clunk, they brought to my attention that the vehicle was due for a timing belt replacement and the brakes were worn down.
    - W H.
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    MERCEDES BENZ OF SPOKANE
    They were very informative and helped us determine what we would need it the upcoming snow season. I have gone back to them and they installed my new tags for free, since I had the part that was needed. Had I not had the tag frame for the front of the car, that part would have been $100 for that piece of plastic. Thank goodness I kept it. Overall very helpful and genuinely happy to help.
    - Rebecca H.
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    Clark's Tire and Automotive
    Great.  Car runs great.  It was ready when they said it would be.   The cost agreed with his estimate.  Chris supports the community and takes personal interest in his customers.  He knows myself and my husband by sight and goes above and beyond in customer service.
    - Trisha R.
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    Casey Automotive of Palatine
    My husband loves them.  They are fantastic.  I have gone in with him and they are so honest and upfront.  They are the best.  They are to the point.  My car is at hundred thousand miles and we have discussed what is typical for that make and model not just the car of its age so they are that honest and help you plan when you are going to have to spend your money.  I knew that the timing belt was going to happen in what window and I took it in.  They have been just really, really great, so it is the preventive care of automotive.  They are first come first serve, so you just go in and you are fine.  I have old bill here that says they charge $15.95 for an oil change, the bill says full synthetics $39.95 but I have no idea what that means, and air conditioning performance check is $29.95 and recharge is $79.95.  You don’t want to go somewhere where they are going to keep finding things that are unnecessary like some I have used before.  They have been so consistent over the years.  They make it an effort to have names; the second time I walked in, they remembered my name, which was pretty amazing.  It is a fair company so they could be competitive in their pricing.  If they give me an estimate of when they would be done, they would be done early; I have never had to wait.
    - Shigeharu F.
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