24301 W Warren St, Dearborn Heights, MI 48127 Map & directions
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“Quality service. They are courteous, professional, and just good at what they do.”
“Fast service, fair price and work done correctly the first time”
“ I trust them and they do good work. The repairs were done accurately, on time, and at a fair price. They've...”
“They do a great job at a fair price and always return your vehicle washed. just a nice added touch”
“They are very helpful and understanding. They made sure they went through everything with the car so I knew...”
“Provided complete list of work, and pricing options. No pressure.”
“Excellent service and staff”
“I return to Stan's because I trust their opinion when my vehicles need major repairs. ”
“What a enjoyable experence. Quality,timely and expert service. I only wish I would found them years ago. I...”
“Been coming here for over 30 years. Quality repairs and honest friendly service that just can't be beat....”
RepairPal’s Comprehensive Evaluation
Stan's Garage was established in 1941, Larry Dragan is the current owner of this certified shop. We found Stan's garage has been recognized as an ASE Blue Seal of excellence shop, this is a distinction earned by only 3% of all auto shops in the nation. Larry has assembled a staff of highly qualified, experienced, and certified individuals, 3 are ASE Master Techs, they combine for over 100 years of industry experience. He has provided them with the ongoing training, automotive tools, and computer diagnostic equipment needed to perform top notch service and repairs to your late model vehicles. Stan's has also been awarded the Talk of the Town award 3 years in a row for outstanding customer service. They back their work with a 12-Month/12,000 Mile Warranty for your peace of mind, offer a free shuttle service, early bird drop off, and wireless internet for your convenience. We found Stan's Garage to be exactly the type of certified shop we look for, they are committed to on going training, employ experienced, ASE certified staff, and work hard to provide their customers with the best possible experience.
Message from the Shop
Since 1941 we have been providing quality service on all makes and models. Not only do our customers notice our expert reputation, but our reputation is known for being the best throughout the industry.
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Stan's Garage has been selected best auto repair in Dearborn Heights by the US Business Assoc. for the third year in a row.
Auto Makes We Service
|AC/Heating||Alignment||Check Engine Light||Classic Car Repair/Restoration|
|Diagnosis||Hybrid/Electric||Muffler & Exhaust||Oil Change & Lube|
|Roadside Assistance||Scheduled Maintenance||Service & Repair||Smog/Emissions Testing|
|Timing Belts||Tire Sales/Repair||Transmission Repair||Upholstery|
|Car Pickup/Dropoff||Child Friendly||Coffee||Early Bird Dropoff|
|Heated Waiting Room||Military Discount||Parts/Accessories||Rental Car|
|Senior Discount||Service Guarantee||Shopping Nearby||Shuttle|
|Towing||Warranty Accepted||Wireless Internet|
Customer Reviews 21 verified reviews (27 total)21 Sort by: Date |
When he does work, it's done right. The price is bearable and he's trustworthy. He does quality work that's guaranteed. He's a good Christian man. I like to take my vehicle to be done by Christian people. The products that he uses are top notch. His workers are always top notch. When he does work it's done right. The price is bearable and he's trustworthy. He does quality work that's guaranteed.
Been coming here for over 30 years. Quality repairs and honest friendly service that just can't be beat. They can repair anything on any car and the quality is always there. I wouldn't go any where else. You guys are the best and thats why you were voted in as the best auto repair center in the area for 3 years straight. Thanks Larry and crew.
I purchased my first Audi a month ago and needed some repair work. I was very concerned about a number of things but the main concern was taking my car to a place that would know how to properly diagnose the problem and properly repair what was wrong for a fair price.
I found Stans Garage and based on what I had read about these guys, figured I would give them a shot. After dropping the car off for an oil change, altenator and serpentine belt I thought to my self what else could be wrong?
Most shops take this opportunity to upsell but not Stans. They fixed only what was wrong and suggested the next maintenance interval. I spent a little more than I originally thought I would but the repairs were done correctly and the customer service is outstanding.
This shop will have my business from now on. They are truely the car experts. Please try Stans for yourself. This is not the typical garage experiance.
Found Stan's through repair pal. I thought that I found something good, well not so...
Had to have an engine replaced. It cost 3k so having spent that much money I was looking forward to getting my car back in good running order!
1st visit after engine swap: Oil leaking...Threads for trans cooler didn't thread correctly into radiator. tightened them, but still leaking!
2nd visit: radiator is the problem replaced with same...still leaks!
3rd visit: replaced radiator with another companies...previous leakage corrected, but now oil cooler line leaking oil and was told very rusted.
Why reuse part then?
Owner Larry tells me that Paul told me about rusted part.
I knew they were going to salvage parts, but was never informed about this!
Coincidence that after all the unattaching and attaching that a rusted part previously not leaking starts leaking? METHINKS NOT!
$425 to replace both lines (recommended).
I get the aw shucks, tough luck speech and we (Stan's) had to eat the cost of a faulty radiator(poor us?).
So seriously Stan's, do I want to pay more money to do work that I will be unsure of, that should not have been reused in the first place?!!!!
In Response To Your Reply:
It has been 4 months(May 5th)as you told me, and the different part is one that you chose to reuse rather than replace when you changed the engine. Yes I hold you responsible for chosing to do so. Also in your attempts to get the first radiator to work and subsequent 3rd radiator replacement, don't you think the bending of the lines(how many times?)caused the rusted part to leak?