When your vehicle visits us, you can expect a digital experience from start to finish. From the digital phones, to the digital appointment reminders, followed by in-shop digital technique and inspections to make sure your vehicle is presented to you accurately when it enters our shop to get checked.
All these cool new ways for everyone to get the cheapest price they can. This seems to be the current trend. The issue with this will be the long term quality and care the customer receives. It will not be anywhere near as good. You hire some random mechanic off the street approved by a…Details
Answer: Because they want to advertise to the public that they have a $69.99 oil change. Yuk. Not sure about your BMW or whatever you may drive, but my BMW is not getting $69 worth of oil. I like it too much. How do they do that? Very simple.
This question comes up frequently. The answer in my opinion is they want you to purchase a new vehicle. They are not in the service business. They are in the new car business and must maintain franchise quotas and CSI scores or they will simply lose their dealership.
Well…..let me guess. You probably followed the manufacturer recommendations and you ruined your engine and now you are reading this? Maybe not. Anyway. Change your oil and filter every 5,000 miles and you could possible avoid big repair costs. Maintenance is key. Manufacturers are in business to sell you one thing. A new car. Give…Details