Certified Auto Repair of Atlanta

  • 4.0 of 5 stars
10 reviews

1885 Clairmont Rd, Decatur, GA 30033, us

(404) 321-6495


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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)
Jan 13, 1999
This shop is the only Jeep specializing shop on the east side of Atlanta. They have everything from old CJs to new Grands in their bays. They seem to be honest, and they stand behind their work. I have been using them exclusively for about 2 years.
Jul 17, 2001
I have two Jeeps: a 1981 Cherokee Chief and a 1968 Kaiser- Jeep M715 Army Jeep. These guys know Jeeps and have performed wonders on mine! They really went above and beyond with my Army Jeep,though. It's not a very common Jeep, even for the Military (most are now "ground-attack- targets"). When I brought it in, only one of the guys had ever even heard of one! But they damn-well did some research and got me parts-suppliers, tech info and even on- line manuals! They are pretty internet-competent! John studied what he could and got that beast running great. I'm not gonna say they are 'cheap', but they are not unreasonable at all. You really get what you pay for in quality! Nice guys, always honest.
Oct 17, 2004
They work on more than just jeeps. A friend recommended them to me because she said they seemed very honest. Honesty and price are the most important thing to me as a young female. I will *not* go to someone I don't trust or I find condescending. Mack gave my (new to me) used car a good check for a good price. He spoke to me (not only to my boyfriend who was with me) and did a great job.
Nov 07, 2011
Jul 01, 2006
I have to agree with other comments. The prices are not cheap, but are reasonable and they get the work done quickly, efficiently and competently. I don't see any reason to go elsewhere for the time being.
Aug 29, 2006
I've taken my car here several times, and I've been very pleased with their service. They've always been honest and upfront, and I've never felt like they were talking down to me (a young woman). Some anecdotes: --They advised me to take my car somewhere else to get an oil change because it would be cheaper than having them do it. --I called them when I had an exhaust system problem, and they referred me to a good place to get it fixed. --I had my car towed here when it stalled out on the side of the road. One of the mechanics came out and worked on it for a little while, even though it was Sunday and they were closed. All in all, I've been very pleased with them, and I've recommended them to several people.
Nov 14, 2007
We found this shop on this website, and they diagnosed and fixed our car in the same day. They were very nice and competent, and we would not hesitate to bring our car back in the future. The price was very reasonable for the service, and they were easy to find. I would definitely recommend them to a friend.
Nov 07, 2011
Feb 04, 2013
  • hergrace
We've been going to these guys for years, even when they really, really didn't want to keep working on our old Buick (but they did anyway, and fixed the problem). We've also taken our 1994 Jeep here. They've steered us right virtually every time. And when things weren't right (because the problem was a real booger), they would work with us to try to track down the problem and fix it. They treat my husband and me the same way. Now that we've got a much newer Buick, we'll still be going to them when it needs work.
Jul 02, 2013
  • texasnatalie
I had a litany of general maintenance work done on a 2006 Sienna including "a brake job" before a road trip. 2 months or so after the service, I started having the tell tale shuddering in the front end associated with warped rotors. I returned to the shop and asked the owner if it was unusual to have a customer return for a brake job so quickly, and described the issue. He looked at the brakes (well, with a flashlight as it was parked) and said that they hadn't touched the rotors. Huh? I questioned that omission and his response was that they weren't In the habit of selling unnecessary parts and labor. I have never heard of a brake job that didn't include either machining or replacing the rotors, so my next question was how much he'd charge to put on rotors that I've already purchased. $129. For a 15 minute job that should have been done right the fist time. Not going back.

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