Mr. Mazda

  • 4.8 of 5 stars
13 reviews

901 Camden Avenue , Campbell, CA 95008, us

(408) 370-2328


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Happily gives binding estimates
Guarantees all work for at least 1 month or 1000 miles
They are always honest
They are competent
Their repair price is reasonable
They complete the work in a timely manner
They respond well when they screw something up
They take the time to explain the problems and necessary repairs
They treat male and female customers in the same manner
They are always honest
I would use this mechanic again
I would recommend this mechanic to others
They fix the problem the first time
The shop is located in a safe neighborhood
The hours of operation are convenient for customers
They are near public transportation (or provide loaners, shuttle bus, rides as needed)
Nov 07, 2011
Mar 02, 2000
Mike's just a real nice who bothers to learn your name. Also, you don't mind shaking his hand because he cleans the oil from under his nails.
Jul 07, 2000
They keep good records on your car and recomened when to do simple inexpensive things to keep your car running well.
Aug 08, 2000
Honest and good Mazda mechanics
May 24, 2001
Mike seemed like a really nice guy. I was having problems with my pickup, and he told me that all it needed was a tune-up and that I could do a lot of it myself (ie, my boyfriend). So only charged me to replace the fuel filter, and the rest we did ourselves. ANd he was right, runs like a gem.
Sep 05, 2002
Mr Mazda is the only mechanic that fixed my RX7 on the first try.
Jun 28, 2004
Mike is awesome and was great at taking the time to talk to me about my car. He treated me the same way alone (female) as when my husband came with me, and was open to suggesting what work my husband could easily do himself. Eventually, my old Mazda pooped out on me, and I wanted to get rid of it, and Mike bought it from me to use around his shop. That transfer was also really easy. Great guy and great service! I'm a little sad I bought a Honda....
Jan 13, 2005
I thought my aging Miata didn't have much life let in it when it had 170,000 miles on it and was making various engine noises. I found Mr. Mazda on MechanX and Mike transformed the car. Most of the noise was a reasonating heat shield and he took care of a number of minor oil leaks. After that the car sounds great and is oil tight. I have been taking it for services ever since and the car is at 210,000 miles and going strong. I always regretted not getting A/C in the Miata and mentioned this to Mike on one visit. He said he could get me a used unit, refurb all the seals and install it for around $700. I agreed and he actually did the job for a little less than he quoted. The car is so much nicer on a hot day in traffic now. Mike has also provided a wealth of knowledge on the car and recommendations on what is worth doing and not doing to the vehicle.
Sep 04, 2006
Mike is very good at explaining what does and does not need to be done. I have used him for major and minor service and brakework. Everything has been first rate.
Dec 31, 2007
I started taking my Miata to Mike when it had 170K on it, and I thought it was ready to expire, it rattled, consumed oil, the heater didn't work very well, etc. He quickly fixed the rattle, the oil loss was a leak that he fixed when he did the timing belt and he fixed the loose piping that was causing the heater failure (a previous shop had been able to find the problem). My Miata now has 233K on it and is still running great, I always take it to Mike. One time I mentioned that I wished I had got A/C when I bought the car by the $1K+ just for the parts to install it now was too expensive. Mike said he could get me a used unit and refurb it which he did. The A/C and the installations was well under $1K. He is great with my Miata but his real love seems to be RX-7s, he must be awesome with those.

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