Raymond you rock! I brought my Porsche in for repairs, after another incompetent mechanic did a botched job, and tried to take advantage of me because I was female (I assume). Raymond knew exactly what the problem was, fixed it in a timely manner, fixed it at an honest price, no haggling, no hidden cost. I am so grateful to have finally found a mechanic that I trust and feel comfortable bringing my car to. I can not say enough positive things about his shop. Thank you, Raymond. Tanya
Customers BEWARE!!! Owner is a scammer, rude and shop is disgusting. He takes apart your car without authorization and then asks for payment. ASSHOLE!!!
Extremely fast and affordable. Highly reccomend.
The owner Raymond is very honest and his staff does great work. I brought my 2003 Jag to replace a radiator in May of 2011 and they had it done the same day and at a price lower than everyone else I called. They were very friendly and helpful, as well. I have recommended friends and family since.
Refreshing to find a great mechanic in Vegas!
Saved Me $400.
I don't know about these claims of Knash but having owned cars for close to 20 years I know that just because someone claimed to fix something doesn't mean it was fixed right. Its funny the guy still had to have his distributor fixed.
I took my Lexus in for to fix a problem with my brakes. The dealership quoted me $700 to fix the problem. This shop fixed the problem in about a hour and did my brakes for about $300. My brakes have been fine ever since.
While in his shop I saw him give free diagnoses and estimates to four people. So I really doubt he charged the guy anything unless that was their agreement. Before he started any work Raymond explained the price of parts and labor and had me sign an authorization for work. In fact, over the phone he said bring your car in, I'll check it out and tell you whats wrong fro free.
Knash sounds like one of those people who want something for nothing.
Not recommended, at all..
It is funny, I had the opposite experience to what BigWheeler is claiming.
I was told, by Raymond, certain things needed to be done to get my car running again (tune-up, timing-belt and water pump, distributor, ect). When he told me the items needed to be done, I knew right there he was full of it. I have knowledge of the last 60k miles worth of repairs, and even have a sticker under my hood that shows my timing belt (and water-pump) where changed at a certain period not to long ago. Obviously he didn't do much inspecting under my hood if he fails to miss the sticker and just assumes that kind of repair needed to be done.
So, when I confronted him about everything he tries to tell me it is still going to be 700 dollars to fix the "problem." I tell him I want to take my car somewhere else, and he tries to tell me I owe him 75 dollars for his diagnosis on him assuming things are wrong. I had to bring his attention to the service sticker for the T-belt, which shut him up.
The actual problem, which I found out from the next shop I took it to, was some component in the distributor went out, and a spark plug wire (which I neglected to do during my last tune-up) was going out. I had these issues fixed for a little over 300.
Obviously, not recommended.
Honest Auto Repair. Alright Raymond has been a fixture in Las Vegas for years. Unlike some companies when you go to Raymond's shop for service you get honest estimates, honest explanation of the problem and they fix the problem right. I will not take my car anywhere else. They aren't the cheapest but they aren't the most expensive neither but Raymond's is the best value. They have never done me wrong in 3 years.
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