4270 Haines Rd, Duluth, MN | Directions 5581146.820029 -92.174768
Mon. - Sun. 8am - 5pm
Neighborhoods: Duluth Heights
Most dishonest people EVER – I took my car there to have the timing belt and valve cover gasket changed. They marked all their parts up 30-40% installed NAPA parts, and charged dealership rates for parts AND labor. a week later the valve cover was STILL leaking oil, so I took it back. they asked ME to wash the engine so they could see where the oil was leaking from. (i refused to wash the engine, and showed them where it was leaking) a month later the valve cover was still leaking oil, so I took it off myself, and they never replaced it. they just put the old one back on, and charged me a $20 shop fee. STAY AWAY FROM EVERYTHING AUTOMOTIVE!
No BS Mechanics who get the job done right the first time! – Recently I was having some transmission problems with my '01 Sunfire. I wasn't sure if it was going to be worth fixing, knowing the age and value of my car. I'm glad I called around because Everything Automotive quoted me the best price and they got me in right away. This was about 2 months ago and I haven't had any problems since, and the fact that they warranty their work gives me that extra peace of mind. These guys know what they are doing and they won't jerk you around. I'd recommend them to anyone. I only put 4 stars because their shop is a little grungy on the outside, but rest assured the work they do inside is 5 stars! I was pretty surprised to read the other review on this site; it just doesn't sound like something Jad (the owner) and the other guys would do over there. I wouldn't be surprised if another Duluth shop wrote that one...
Don't do business with them! – I was in a head on car accident and this company was called to pick up my car from the accident site. I will never give them my business again. It's their company policy to not let you retrieve your belongings from your vehicle in an accident situation. They wouldn't allow me to pick up my child's car seat until the person who hit me's insurance paid them the towing and storage fee. I was finally able to get the car seat after the Duluth Police department called and spoke with them. I had to pay the towing fee of $90 and then they refused to give me a receipt (found out later it was so they could also bill the insurance company for the towing fee.) When I was able to retrieve my belongings the car had already been rummaged through. My GPS and CD's were stolen. They claim the car was broken into but when we went to pick up the items the doors were locked and the windows were not broken. The car was stored in a fenced and locked lot with video cameras.
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