Economy Nissan Incorporated

  • 4.8 of 5 stars
3 reviews

20704 Highway 160, Durango, CO 81303, us

(970) 259-3940


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Specializes in Transmission work
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)
May 23, 1998
When my Nissan Pathfinder was ever on the fritz, the people at Economy fixed it fast and right. The people are friendly and it's a clean shop.
Mar 10, 2000
I'd like to tell you about a mechanic who did the right thing. I got rid of my really old piece of junk Toyota 4x4 for a newer Toyota 4x4. The truck didn't cost much, but it had a lot of miles. So many, in fact, that it needed a timing chain replacement. At first I was going to change the parts myself, so I bought new parts to do the job from the Toyota dealer. Then my wife gave me a good DOPE SLAP and reminded me that I'm an electrician and not an auto mechanic. I took my truck to the dealership that we've bought our last three vehicles from and talked to Burt, the service manager. He agreed to install the parts that I provided, since they were genuine Toyota parts. (The price he quoted me was $300.00 less than the Toyota dealer's, too!) I picked up my truck when Burt said it would be ready, and for the agreed - upon price. I was happy. 2030 miles later, on my way to work, my truck threw a timing chain. I found myself in a gray area of the mechanical world. Toyota's warranty was only on the parts I had purchased, and not on the labor. Nissan's warranty was on the labor only, and to force a claim I'd have to prove improper installation, which would be difficult. (As stated before, I'm an electrician.) Here's where the story makes me choke up inside. Burt left a message for me at work to come out and talk about my truck. When I got there, he showed me how it was possible (though, in his opinion not likely,) that a critical part could have been installed incorrectly, causing premature failure of my parts. I shall quote the man:" I can't look you in the eye and say we couldn't have caused this, so we're gonna pick up this repair." You could've knocked me over with a feather. Hats off to a stand - up, honest dealership repair shop.
Oct 02, 2003
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Burt's long gone, but I worked at Economy Nissan for a few months and I'm convinced they're got the best, most honest service department in Durango. The only area I'd avoid is having them do is front end alignment type work; that's just not their expertise. But everything else - engines, brakes, diagnostic work, t-belts, they're great. Wade Nelson

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