apro car care phoenix Arizona

Complaint: i recently got a mazda rx7 that did not run and they said they could find out what it needs to get it running. After sitting on they lot for almost 2 months they finally looked at it and said it needed a new motor. They said to go out and buy my own motor and it will be $1500 to replace it which they claimed was a great deal. (turns out that’s what the mazda dealer charges) Lie # 14 months later they finally started installing the new engine. After installing the new motor they said it took them a lot more time to do the work and i owed them another $5000! They said if i don’t pay them they will not give me back my car. Reluctantly i paid them under the promise that my car will be working perfectly. Lie # 2I could not even drive the car down the street it was so botched together. when i took it back they said i would have to pay them more money if i wanted them to work on fixing it any further. Furious, i took it to a MORE REPUTABLE mechanic who said he had never seen such a “hack-job”” in his whole life. It turns out that they did not know how to put the engine together and mixed up all the vacuum lines and electrical wiring was shorting out not to mention the huge exhaust leak they left.These guys are crooks and don’t even know how to fix a car properly.”

Tags: Auto Repair Service

Address: 3540 E Indian School Rd Phoenix, Arizona United States of America


Phone: 6029553861

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