I would not recommend. I called about my car and gave very clear what I was looking for. When I arrived I found out I was misquoted by over $100 for a diagnostics and that was not honored even though they stated they know this guy is doing this. Then the estimate came out to be very high. The price for a part is like 3 times the actual part amount and unable to bring in own parts because they "provide" a warranty. Due to needing the car we just paid to get it fixed. When we received the car stuff didn't work that did work b4 (which many reviews warned me about). When I called they say no problem but when I show up they tell me that they will charge another diagnostic fee to figure it out. At this point I was so angry with them I told them about my experience and was treated poorly. They have asked me to not return so I assume I paid the high priced parts but won't receive any warranties. I would try rocky mountain auto repair.
Excellent work and thorough follow-up. Been a satisfied customer for more than five years. Good folks, knowledgeable and honest.
Staff were super polite and friendly. They were able to give me two estimates within a few minutes. Said it was most likely a problem with my driver door actuator, or could be an electrical/wiring issue which would be more expensive. Parts are expensive right now, so they quoted me both parts and labor for both issues. Was able to hunt down one of the last remaining parts for super cheap and they were able to put it in for me, saving me a bunch. Their transparency and professionalism is that of the lifelong small town mechanic you hear about. Came in under $300, when I know I would have been taken for a $500+ ride anywhere else right now.
My family has used Stan's for the last 25 years and as of late the quality has plummeted. Earlier this year I got an oil change and asked for a general inspection. They came back with over $1,200 of "preventative" maintenance items on a solid Toyota that they had JUST inspected 6 months prior with no issues. I don't necessarily take offense to recommended maintenance items but this has been happening to my family in excess for 3 years; they suggest repairs that are exorbitant and not yet required. What really bothers me though is when last week I took my car to the Toyota dealer for an oil change and to confirm if these maintenance items were truly needed. Not only were these repairs NOT needed but I came to find out the oil pan was stripped, requiring me to drop $600+ on a new pan and plug. Stan's was the last place to change my oil and they never mentioned any stripping nor did the recommend a new oil pan and plug. I can't prove it but Stan's sloppy work stripped the oil pan and turned an otherwise routine oil change into an expensive fix for me. Trust has eroded with Stan's and I would caution any budget conscious consumer from using them.
Great place to purchase a car. I am very satisfied with my purchase would recommend buying from them
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