Schorie Auto Repair
6056 E Baseline Rd Ste 141, Mesa, AZ 85206 Map & directions
Call Now: (480) 397-0899
“The fact that they take me to my home after I've left the vehicle and pick me up when my car is ready, that...”
“I've never been dissatisfied with a repair that has been completed at Good Works. ”
“I would just like to say that I consider the owner there very honest and he doesn't push things that you need...”
About Schorie Auto Repair
Note: This shop does not sell parts directly.
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I would say that they are very honest and they perform work at a reasonable price. Well, you have kind of touched on the points. They do no try to sell anything, it's obvious they don't try to sell any service that is not necessary. They are very honest, like I said in the first comment, which is why I left the dealership, they're always going to be selling you things you don't need, you know? I guess all I can tell you is that I used to go to the dealership and my comparison is with the dealership, but I feel like the dealership performs services that weren't always necessary. I always felt like they were selling you service that you didn't need yet, because I believe that they were told that's the way to handle the repair customers, in other words "get what you can while their here". The prices (at the dealership) always seemed to be unreasonable, plus their work sucked sometimes, that's why I don't want my name on this ok?
They are always very thorough and recommend the best; if you want to get by with less than the best, it's a good idea to ask. They are willing to compromise if you need it, when my husband needed work done on some brakes, and I don't remember what all the details were, they recommended exactly what should be done for the best repair and my husband said "Look, I can't afford that, can we get by with just doing a minimum", and they did that. They told him what that would entail, not only for cost, but why that was inferior to do that, but that they would do that and it would get him by for less time, but for a certain amount of time. They went ahead and did that for him for what he could afford. It has just always been good.