• 4.4 of 5 stars
6 reviews

4610 Merriam Dr, Overland Park, KS 66203, us

(913) 362-4111


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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)
Apr 02, 2002
Volkswerks is, without question, the best VW and Audi repair shop around. I have referred many fellow VW friends to them, and they still remain my friends. That says alot about the shop...
Nov 21, 2002
Dave and Company are totally great, straightforward and honest. I bought my VW used, so I wasn't going to take it to the stealership, but found these gents, and have nothing but good things to say about their work. They usually know what the price will be before they even look at the car, they have most needed parts on site, and are always done before they say they will be. I had a muffler, brakes, and timing belt/s all done there at different times, and was thrilled everytime! They are an asset to the KC area, for those people that just can't live without their VW!
Dec 18, 2002
Did a great job fixing CV joint, idle etc. Checked brakes and told me they were ok, instead of insisting on additional repair and expense. Even threw in a couple of freebies fixing a very anoying noise from my window. Highly recommend!
Jan 18, 2009
This shop has been good about fixing the problems I bring them to fix and letting me know about other problems that they find. Dave is very good about assessing the estimated cost and time to repair. I just wish they were in a more accessible place and open on Saturdays. The fact that they aren't says something about their competency and customer satisfaction.
Apr 13, 2012
  • ammerker
I have a 2008 Volkswagen Passat Station Wagon with the Turbo engine. The check engine light had been coming on intermittently for a month or two. On Easter, the car started, but would die as soon as I put it into gear. Later, the car started and ran fine. I took the car into Volkswerks. They got to it early the next morning, and reported that my fuel pump was bad. The cost for replacing the pump was $767. I picked up the car, but early the very next morning, my check engine light came back on. Frustrated, I took the car in that evening. The next day, they called and said that they tested the original fuel pump, and it was not bad. They put it back in the car and replaced the fuel pressure sensor. This seems to have fixed the problem. I'm giving them a fairly good review because they did refund the difference in cost, which was $615. I think they should have tested the fuel pump in the first place, and possibly suspected the sensor initially, since the car only has 52k miles on it. All in all, I'm happy they did right by us by and fixed their mistake. I will probably go back, unless someone recommends a reliable shop that works on VWs.
Jan 04, 2013
  • mdgouldkc
Friendly, honest, and they saved me a lot of money. Two years ago I lost the heat in my car and during that winter cold spell I went to a VW dealer. They quoted me $1,500 for a heater core replacement. I did not get the work done and wore a coat and hat in the car for that winter. Last winter I tried another VW mechanic in town. They told me they may be able to get some heat by flushing the system. They charged me $189 and I got luke warm air for a few weeks. Disappointing. This past week I tried Volkswerks. David told me right away that they rarely have to replace a heater core and they have good experience with a full flush and clean out of the system. He said he could raise the air temp by 100 degrees or so. They charged me $252 and showed me the gunk that was in the core. I drove to work today with very warm air; so warm I had to turn it down. As far as I am concerned that saved me $1,200.

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