6610 Bandera Rd, San Antonio, TX | Directions 7823829.493108 -98.617318
M-F (8am-6pm) Sat. (8am-4pm) Sun. (closed)
Neighborhoods: Leon Valley, Northside
You will be making a huge mistake by doing business with byop! Nothing but a gimmick with respect to all the free estimates they offer ie free pressure test for cooling etc. maybe it was just the 281 store and a con artist named Justin. when his mouth is open its lying to you!!!
Please don't go there. Why did they name the place 'Bring your own parts'? Beats me. This business is full of gimmicks.
Awesome customer service and lowest pricing! Martin even rushed to get me my car so that I could make it to a wedding on time! A+
Good so far! Their staff has gone above and beyond to work with me and get the job done right. They're awesome!
I loved the clean comfortable facility and the staff was awesome with me and to other customers.
I was very impressed with the beautiful waiting room & excellent customer service.
GREAT SERVICE SAVE 1/4 OF WHAT DEALER WANTED AND BACK ON THE ROAD TO FLORIDA WITHIN 3 HOURS OF COMPLETION THANKS MARTIN AND BYOP FOR HELPING A SINGLE MOTHER I HOPE THIS HELPS ANY SINGLE MOTHERS OR WOMEN WANNING TO AVAID SCAM IF THATS YOU DONT TAKE IT ANYWERE ELSE. '
These guys were up front and charged me the price I was quoted. They didn't sugar coat anything and didn't try to haggle me when I said I didn't want something.
Went to Bring Your Own Parts and had a very plesant experience, Waiting Room was clean, staff was very
professional and helpful, gave me a estimate to fix my
truck that was very reasonable, as I had checked other
shops to see what they were charging, much better deal here quick service and done right. Would highly recommend this shop for all your auto repairs
they mad a lifetime customer out of me
I definitely would not recommend this place. I'm not going to bash, I'll just tell you my experience and you can judge for yourself.
I bought a jeep and two weeks into driving it the air conditioner went out. Additionally, when it rained my jeep was sliding down the cobble stone at my apartment complex exit/entrance gates. I think I made the mistake of telling the owner (whom is the one who helped me) that I just bought the Jeep and don't have much history as far as servicing goes. I wasn't sure if it was the stone, the breaks, or if I needed new tired. I went in and was told all my breaks were rusted and they needed to replace all four, they quoted my around $1,000. I asked them to also check out the air conditioning system and was told the compressor was out which is almost replacing the whole air conditioning system, another $1,000. I was also told that it looked like my Jeep needed a complete fluid flush because it looks like it had never been done before, and was quoted another $700. I paid the $120.00 for the checks and left. The next day I went to just breaks and told them what happened with my Jeep and they checked the breaks and told me one of my rear brakes was completely rusted but the rest were fine. I asked him if he was sure because I was told all my breaks were bad and I didnt want to be driving something dangerous, the guy took me to the back to show me and there was minor surface rust on the other 3 breaks but nothing to worry about, I paid a little over $200 (free break check) and I havent had any type of problems since then. I then took my Jeep to Busted Knuckle and got my air conditioner checked, my o-ring had a crack so my coolant was leaking, I got a free o-ring and installment and a free break check, I paid for the recharging and everything has been fine since. The guy explained that if my compressor had been out my Jeep wouldn't have cooled at all, not even those two weeks unless there was a leak in the compressor itself. Being as I had only spend a fraction of what I was about to spend at bring your own parts I asked him if my Jeep needed any fluids, which he told me I didn't. I asked him to give me a complete flush anyway, plus a tune-up, oil change... and what ever other fluids a car needs. I got it fully serviced for $250.
All in all, I paid around $550 (parts, labors, and checks) for what bring your own parts charge me $120 to check and quoted me an additional $2,700 to fix.
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