AAMCO represents Trust, Quality, and Value.
Finding someone to trust with your car or truck can be overwhelming, but at AAMCO we appreciate each and every one of our customers and strive to give the best service possible. Don’t just take our word for it, here are a few of our success stories:
Jim – Feb 15, 2011 – Steve and this [Lakewood] shop took care of me. There was an issue with a sensor after I had taken my truck in for some repairs and when I took my truck back due to the sensor they didn’t give me any hassle. They wanted to make sure they fixed the issue, which is something most shops wouldn’t take the time to do. Worth a visit for sure.
Robert J. – Feb 16, 2009 – Great service. This [North Denver] AAMCO has great service and friendly people. Fast but get the work done! They know cars and won’t jip you. Very good. Good things and good people Thanks!
Sep 24, 2010 – I brought my vehicle into AAMCO transmissions in Centennial [Highlands Ranch]. Jay and Steve were very polite and took the time to explain what was wrong and the steps necessary to repair my vehicle. The shop is spotless and all the mechanics even looked clean too, almost like it was no big deal… They are pros.
Oct 15, 2010 - Trustworthy and fairly priced. I have nothing but good to say about this [Englewood] AAMCO. I have bringing my cars there for almost 2 years. They have always been honest and up front about everything, they are respectful, and extremely fairly priced. I never have to worry about things not getting done right, and repairs are always finished quickly. Whenever I have had to bring my car to another mechanic, because I dont live near here at all, I’ve been sorry. I could go on but in short I would recommend the Englewood AAMCO all the way.
April 11, 2009 – My wife’s 1999 Subaru was experiencing transmission problems and not shifting correctly. We took it to the dealer and their estimate was for $2,300.00 dollars. We also took it to the AAMCO in Highlands Ranch for an estimate. They also stated it would probably need a complete rebuild for approximately $2,000.00. However, they stated they first wanted to service the transmission for $150.00 to see if this would help it. If it did not they would apply the $150.00 to the rebuild. We spent the $150.00 and the car has been shifting smoothly and we have not had to return for the more expensive rebuild. I respect that this AAMCO gave us the two options and luckily for us the cheapest option has continued to work.