Good Guys Auto Repair Queen Creek Arizona

Complaint: This place is a total scam. If you go get an oil change, then you should be fine, but any repairs to be done would be way over their scope of business. They had my car for over 2 weeks without any repairs made. I had paid them over $1400 for what was quoted to be replacement of a motor with labor included for $2000. After I paid the first amount, they tore the entire engine apart, said they couldn’t get a motor, and it would be another $2500 to repair. This car wasn’t worth the cost. Initially, I said if fixing it would be more than $2000, then I would rather junk it and buy a new car. When they had taken my money and changed the price, I said that I would just rather take it home and park it, it wasn’t worth putting the extra money in and that wasn’t part of our agreement. I was promptly cussed at and told to get off the property. I was given 2 hours to get my car off the property without it running and they still have the keys. Should have listened to the 2 separate people who were burnt by them and physically came to the shop to warn this company’s customers that they were scam artists.

Tags: Auto Repair Service

Address: 40815 N Ironwood Rd Queen Creek, Arizona United States of America

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Phone: 480-987-9966

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