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  • V Shop

  • 5 out of 5 stars 6 Reviews
  • 1330 Sw Troy St, Portland, OR 97219, us
  • (503) 808-9257
  • The Vshop is a specialized repair facility concentrating on the highest quality service and repairs on Volvo cars. A rarity in the automotive industry, our technicians are paid on a salary basis meaning they can spend the time needed to repair your vehicle correctly the first time. We are leaders in the Portland metro area for recycling and are Recycle Works certified. We employ environmentally friendly practices in our business and are a certified Portland Eco-Business. We even buy wind power to pay for our electricity. Due to the popularity of our services we may be booked out as far as 2 weeks or more in the summer months. We try our best to save space for real emergencies. Please do no wait until the last minute to schedule your appointment. Call the Volvo Perfectionists Today!

Questions Jump to reviews

They are always honest (5.00)Wrenchs
They are competent (5.00)Wrenchs
Their repair price is reasonable (4.33)Wrenchs
They complete the work in a timely manner (4.83)Wrenchs
They respond well when they screw something up (4.75)Wrenchs
They take the time to explain the problems and necessary repairs (4.67)Wrenchs
They treat male and female customers in the same manner (4.80)Wrenchs
I would use this mechanic again (N/A)
I would recommend this mechanic to others (N/A)

Other facts you may want to know

They fix the problem the first time (4.67)Wrenchs
The shop is located in a safe neighborhood (5.00)Wrenchs
The hours of operation are convenient for customers (4.17)Wrenchs
They are near public transportation (or provide loaners, shuttle bus, rides as needed) (4.80)Wrenchs
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