Fix Your Toy Auto Repair Inc.

  • 4.8 of 5 stars
4 reviews

9203 Enterprise Ct, Manassas Park, VA 20111, us

(703) 330-2886


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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)
Sep 21, 1997
I was recommended to Tom by a friend about 15 years ago; I have been going to him ever since. He is extremely honest, a hard worker, prices reparis very reasonably, and really seems to want to do a good job on your car. He always spends time talking to me, explaining what he's done, and even recommends many things that I can do myself to save some money (or sometimes, surprisingly, where or how I might get something cheaper or faster!). There have been many times that I have gone in to him for a problem, he's fixed it, and not charged me a penny. (That's always good brings you back!) Several years ago, I blew a head gasket on a 2-yr old used Honda that I had owned 1 year. He found an engine in a junkyard a few hrs. away from here with 30,000 miles on it and rebuilt it for my car (at 1/3 to 1/2 of the price from all the other quotes I had). 80,000 miles later, my car is still running beautifully and purring like a kitten! I recommend him highly. Manassas is a ways out for many in the northern Virginia area, but well worth the drive. (P.S. And I'm a female.)
Aug 23, 2009
I did not "check the box" on any of the technical listings, because I do not know whether "Tom" is ASE certified or whether he considers himself a specialist in any category. What I do know is that I have obtained estimates on tune- ups or other mechanical problems of different shops on several occasions, only to go 1hr out of my way to see Tom to get his opinion. Tom always comes back with a break down of what really needs to be fixed now, what will need to be fixed in 6months, and what really doesn't need to be fixed now. It is not uncommon for Tom to come in at 1/3 the price--granted a portion of the savings is due to not making unnecessary repairs, but the bulk of the savings is he is simply honest in his pricing structure--and he'll tell you if he has to get a new part from a dealer. I had a 90,000mile tune up estimated at $2,400 by a shop in the Northern Virginia DC metro...Tom did the work for $800. I make special effort to have Tom, owner/chief mechanic at Fix Your Toy Auto do all my major repairs!
Nov 06, 2012
  • Matt71
I registered specifically to rate the great folks at Fix Your Toy. I've been going to them for years after seeing them listed in Checkbook magazine's list of top rated repair shops in our area. Their honesty and service has been the best of any shop I've used. I've taken the car to them fully expecting to pay a ton only to be pleasantly surprised. They take the time to explain what needs to be done and what can be put off or completely ignored. When I had to have a major repair to the Mazda MPV, it was so nice to have a mechanic I could trust to do the job right at a fair price. When one of the ignition coils went bad a few months later, they replaced it under warranty. They stand by their work. The coil was defective and not the fault of the great people there. I recommend them to ally friends.
Jun 25, 2015
  • xSkyraiderx
Several visits. All completed nicely at reasonable cost. Meet Kelly at the desk. She rocks. You will appreciate Tom, the owner, for his attention to detail and dedication to providing good service. I had a serious Avalon problem no one else could figure out. The problem? Windshield leak at top of windshield which let water in which rusted out interior parts around the windshield which lead to water streaming inside the car following rain activity which lead to soaked carpets which lead to utter frustration on my part. Tom rose to the challenge, put in a lot of time, found the problem and made the repair. Case closed.

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