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  • Mid-West Auto Center

  • 0 out of 5 stars 0 Reviews
  • 535 West Tracker Road, Nixa, MO 65714, us
  • I have used Mid-West Auto for around four years and even after moving 15 miles away I return to Mid-West for repairs and maintenance. The shop handles every make and model including RVs. The technician who works on my truck has many years of GMC/Chevy/etc. experience. I have always been suspicious of mechanics and shops in the past but after repeated experiences with Mid-West Auto I bring the truck in and just leave the technician alone. I believe the techs and the owner have my and my truck's best interests in mind. I also have the tech. road test my truck and give it a good "eyeballing" while it's up in the air on the lift. When he sees something (so far minor things) I trust these folks and tell them to go ahead and replace a component that is showing wear, etc. So far, my truck has never broke down and sat on the roadside nor has it ever failed to start. I feel confident in recommending Mid-West Auto for repairs and/or maintenance. Here is a link to one of my blog posts. I added it due to Mid_west treating me honestly and always charging me a fair price. I have a maintenance appointment Monday 7 May, 2012 at 9 am. Drop in and say howdy!!!

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