Dodge Brothers

  • 4.3 of 5 stars
8 reviews

17550 Chatsworth St, San Fernando Valley, CA 91344, us

(818) 360-5581


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Specializes in Air Conditioning work
Specializes in Engine Rebuild work
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)
Dec 28, 2000
I've had a hestation problem with my 85 Camaro for several years. Been to all the shops including the dealer who told me I needed to replace all eight injectors (even I'm not that stupid). I'd given up when I saw Dodge Brothers in our local newspaper as one of ten top rated shops in the area. Took it in. They listened to the engine, spotted a fuel leak and bad spark plug wires (which were suppose to have been changed by the last guy who charged me six big ones and didn't fix the trouble). I was skeptical but left the car. They called said it needed a major tune up (back to that $600 guy again, but I said okay. They fixed it. Don't ask me exactly what they did even though they told me in detail. It runs like it was new. They even brought the car home to me. How's that for service! I love my car and now I can keep it. Another 20 years and I figure I can sell it to Jay Leno for $100,000. What do you think?!
Apr 02, 2002
Tony is a great mechanic for the vintage and rare cars provided that any difficult parts to obtain are obtained by the customer. The work is always top notch and at a reasonable price.
Aug 28, 2003
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Tony and his crew are excellent mechanics. I am most amazed at his turn-around time, especially based on how busy the shop is. It just goes to show how efficient and competent Dodge Bros. is run.
Jan 01, 2005
These guys are "old school" motorheads. They learned their craft by working on cars, they love working on cars, and they are very competent and fast at fixing them. They aren't any cheaper than the dealer, but they are a heck of a lot faster and easier to deal with. They don't have loaners, but they will pick you (or your car) up and drop you off. If you really need a car, Enterprise is nearby. I think they are as honest as you are likely to find. But, if you want new parts (not rebuilt) you had better make that point emphatically.
Sep 12, 2005
They have been very quick, very reasonably priced and seem to know what they are doing. However, I got the feeling that they were too busy to evaluate my problem properly. I would only go in if I had a really good idea of what needed to be done.
Sep 17, 2005
Tony Dodge is a great guy and I know his mechanics are experienced. When I had my GMC Suburban, which needed lots of work after the warranty ran out (of course), he always knew what was wrong with it. Even if I had to take it back to be retweaked (which was rarely), he took care of it. I'm a woman, and I don't think he treats me like an idiot. Another thing about Tony Dodge, he gives back to the community by sponsoring Little League, AYSO, local high school sports and other organizations. Dodge Brothers is the best in this area.
Nov 07, 2011
Aug 27, 2010
Tony Dodge was extremely personable and professional. He gave me sound advice about buying a used truck for my son, and I was impressed with his knowledge and honesty. He genuinely cared about making sure that I found the right vehicle, even if it meant buying it far away from his shop and not giving him my business. People like him are very rare. I recommend him highly.

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