Far East Motor Works

  • 4.7 of 5 stars
32 reviews

3288 Hardee Avenue, Chamblee, GA 30341, us

(770) 451-2135 x770


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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 06, 2011
Nov 06, 2011
Mar 01, 2000
I wish I still owned my Honda so I could bring it in to Far East Motor Works for service! These guys are GREAT!
Aug 08, 2000
After checking the engine computer, and inspecting the Accord generally, Gordon took the time to go over each item and explain what, if anything needed to be done. Most items he said to "watch" to be sure they didn't get worse. The one expensive item he didn't push. If I didn't want to fix it, he could disconnect it. I had him repare the problem and the cost appeared very reasonable. I will definately go back again.
Aug 02, 2001
I took my Integra to Far East for a second opinion after another mechanic had recommended a very costly repair ($1200) to fix a problem that they had already botched once. Far East told me that the recommended repair was not needed and fixed the real problem for $200. My car has been fine ever since.
Feb 07, 2006
Have been using Gordon for three years for all three of my Hondas, a 1988 Accord, a '98 CRV, and an '04 Accord. Far East keeps/kept** them all in good shape. All repairs are done quickly and I never have to worry about the price. **I loaned the '88 Accord to my 18 year-old cousin. Even Gordon couldn't have saved it after that. Probably the most I can say is this - I am moving to the West Coast soon, and the thing that I dread most about the move is having to find another good mechanic.
Jul 08, 2002
Mr Gordon is a honest, decent man. He is Soft spoken and well liked. His business is slammed, however. I called to get my honda accord looked at and he said it would be two weeks before he could look at it. As great as he is, i will probably never have him look at my car again because of such a long wait. So goes the price of success.
Nov 14, 2002
Honest & very competent are two words that sum up my experience with Far East. My 92 Accord EX was maintained by this shop for over 4 years and their work was always done correctly, on time, and for a reasonable price. During scheduled maint. visits, they even would take care of small items (like replacing a parking light bulb, etc...) and not even tag me for it, great people to deal with, my only regret is that I now own a Volvo and they don't work on them!
Aug 11, 2003
I heard of Gordon by word of mouth from another Honda owner in 1986. Been going there ever since for service on 6 different Honda/Acura vehicles over 17 years and counting. Have referred several friends to Far East. I've had everything done from minor scheduled maintenance to an engine overhaul for my Integra (250,000 miles). I bought two used Hondas this year, one for myself and one for my son's college car. I knew I could get years more service out of them because I knew I could count on Gordon to check them out and keep them trouble free for me. Their wall of customer files would rival a doctors office, so make sure you make your appointment and they'll take care of you. John Walker
Aug 21, 2003
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Has this garage gone out of business? I e-mailed for an estimate and had not received an answer after a week. I called the listed phone number and the man that answered the phone said that he had had the number for a month and no, he wasn't a garage.

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