• 3.5 of 5 stars
5 reviews

2501 Endress Pl, Indy (Greenwood), IN 46143, us

(317) 535-3000


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Specializes in Transmission 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)
Apr 21, 1999
After being told at a different garage, (while in for an oil change), that I needed work, (brakes, etc.) I took it to Autotech. After he got my car in, Mr. Brown called me and asked why I thought I needed brakes. He told me I did not and had at least a year before I would need them. He has always been willing to explain my options on various repairs. His charges are reasonable as compared to area garages. He is honest, and tries very hard to accomodate the customer regarding the car being ready when he said it would be. He has told me how to do certain repairs myself when I was interested in saving money, and recommended what to look for in parts. All my dealings with this garage have been good experiences.
Nov 07, 2011
Aug 08, 2002
It remains to be seen if the problem is fixed. Overall, I was very impressed with the way this shop handled my problem. Our lousy 96 Neon (aka the lemon) has been nothing but trouble. This month's problem is an engining leaking oil. (last month it was the tranny) Autotech verified a bad oil sending unit. The oil was also dripping down past the rear seal. They could have tried to sell me on replacing the seal. Rather, since they could not verify the rear seal was leaking, they advised degreasing the engine and then monitor to see if the leak would reappear after replacing the sending unit. It's not often you find a mechanic who tries to save you money! They also discovered that my brakes are near the end of their life which is something I had suspected, but did not know for certain. They took great pains to lay out all my options, both for the oil sending unit and for the brakes. Based on their honesty alone, I have to say that they made a new customer. Only complaint is that they are bit far from my location in Greenwood. Truth be told, I'd drive 10 miles for a honest mechanic, so distance tends to become a moot point! Two thumbs up for Auto Tech!
Nov 07, 2011
Mar 23, 2009
I have taken my car to Autotech, in Speedway, several times and every time they have been fair and affordable. The first time I brought my car in, it needed a new alternator. After calling several shops that either talked down to me because I was a woman or told me it would cost $50 or more just to assess the problem, when I already knew and told them what the problem was, I called Autotech. They treated me fairly, listened to me, and worked with me to find a way to get the repair done that fit my budget. Their part supplier was a little more expensive than AutoZone's price for a refurbished part, so they let me bring in the part and just charged me for the work. I brought my car back to them after it wouldn't start one night, telling them I thought it might be the starter. It turned out to be the battery, luckily. Instead of taking advantage of the situation by replacing a starter that didn't need to be replaced, they were honest and just replaced the battery. Also, they're price quotes are dead on. I have never, ever paid more than I was quoted over the phone before they started a repair. I would, and often do, highly recommend Autotech to anyone who needs a good mechanic.

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