Nevels Automotive Svc Incorporated

  • 4.7 of 5 stars
8 reviews

3170 W Michigan Ave, Pensacola, FL 32526, us

(850) 944-3008

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Hours
 
Specialties
Specializes in Transmission work
Specializes in Air Conditioning work
Specializes in Brakes and Mufflers
Loaners
No
Notes
 
They are always honest
5.0/5
They are competent
5.0/5
Their repair price is reasonable
5.0/5
They complete the work in a timely manner
5.0/5
They respond well when they screw something up
4.0/5
They take the time to explain the problems and necessary repairs
5.0/5
They treat male and female customers in the same manner
4.1/5
They are always honest
5.0/5
I would use this mechanic again
N/A
I would recommend this mechanic to others
N/A
They fix the problem the first time
5.0/5
The shop is located in a safe neighborhood
4.9/5
The hours of operation are convenient for customers
4.9/5
They are near public transportation (or provide loaners, shuttle bus, rides as needed)
1.3/5
May 18, 1997
Mr. Nevels has helped me on numerous occasions, sometimes at a less than book rate charge. He is courteous and humorous, and as honest as any mechanic i have known. He recently made a missionary trip to Guatemala with his church group to help the poor people there. He will tell you about his trip in MINUTE detail, if you let him.
May 18, 1997
Mr. Nevels has helped me on numerous occasions, sometimes at a less than book rate charge. He is courteous and humorous, and as honest as any mechanic i have known. He recently made a missionary trip to Guatemala with his church group to help the poor people there. He will tell you about his trip in MINUTE detail, if you let him.
May 18, 1997
Mr. Nevels has helped me on numerous occasions, sometimes at a less than book rate charge. He is courteous and humorous, and as honest as any mechanic i have known. He recently made a missionary trip to Guatemala with his church group to help the poor people there. He will tell you about his trip in MINUTE detail, if you let him.
May 18, 1997
Mr. Nevels has helped me on numerous occasions, sometimes at a less than book rate charge. He is courteous and humorous, and as honest as any mechanic i have known. He recently made a missionary trip to Guatemala with his church group to help the poor people there. He will tell you about his trip in MINUTE detail, if you let him.
May 18, 1997
Mr. Nevels has helped me on numerous occasions, sometimes at a less than book rate charge. He is courteous and humorous, and as honest as any mechanic i have known. He recently made a missionary trip to Guatemala with his church group to help the poor people there. He will tell you about his trip in MINUTE detail, if you let him.
May 18, 1997
Mr. Nevels has helped me on numerous occasions, sometimes at a less than book rate charge. He is courteous and humorous, and as honest as any mechanic i have known. He recently made a missionary trip to Guatemala with his church group to help the poor people there. He will tell you about his trip in MINUTE detail, if you let him.
Oct 14, 2009
You know how you find trustworthy mechanics and you're more willing to swap your second-born child (obviously not your first-born, that would be crazy) before swapping mechanics? Nevell's is that kind of shop. I went to them with a transmission problem (it leaked) (badly) and I told them I thought I might need a new trans because I'd recently carried a lot of dirt and bricks and thought I might have destroyed it. They weren't too sure and said they would look at it. So get this, these guys found the leak and fixed it. They talked me out of a more expensive repair! How great is that?! You CANNOT go wrong with these great guys. I'm in the Navy and when I have to transfer in a year and a half, I'm going to kidnap them and take them with me. Keep'em in my garage.
Apr 05, 2010
My wife took her 2004 Toyota Highlander (Out of warranty) to Toyota dealer. The AC was intermittently choosing to blow hot air. I had learned that this is a common problem (DEFECT) with Toyotas and that it was related to a bad design of the Temperature Selector (rheostat) knob. Apparently, Toyota used a weak three-wire ribbon to connect the knob to the circuit board. An internal nut would loosen and the resulting strain on the wires would break one or more of the wires. I learned this in 30 seconds of searching the internet. Toyota's service manager claimed to know nothing of this and charged my wife $112 to investigate (?) and determine that it was a bad circuit board and that they would have to replace it for a total estimated repair cost of at least $1000. I took the Toyota to Nevels and explained the problem, showed them the web pages describing a simple fix (I don't have soldering equipment or knowledge). They did the repairs, took pictures of the fix and charged me $234. Considering they had to pull the whole central console and run three new wires from the circuit board to the rheostat I consider this a bargain.

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