Aeschbach Automotive LLC

  • 1.7 of 5 stars
2 reviews

7182 U.S.highway 14, suite102, Middleton, WI 53562, us

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Specialties
Has ASE certified mechanics
Loaners
No
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They are always honest
3.0/5
They are competent
1.0/5
Their repair price is reasonable
2.0/5
They complete the work in a timely manner
2.0/5
They respond well when they screw something up
N/A
They take the time to explain the problems and necessary repairs
N/A
They treat male and female customers in the same manner
N/A
They are always honest
3.0/5
I would use this mechanic again
1.0/5
I would recommend this mechanic to others
1.0/5
They fix the problem the first time
1.0/5
The shop is located in a safe neighborhood
4.0/5
The hours of operation are convenient for customers
4.0/5
They are near public transportation (or provide loaners, shuttle bus, rides as needed)
1.0/5
Dec 03, 2014
  • monodactylus
It's fairly easy to tell which way Madison leans by the cars people drive. Civics, Corollas, Prius, and Subaru's are abundant. I would like to think that any auto mechanic in this area should have some knowledge of the quirks of these vehicles. I brought my car here to have the Transmission, coolant fluids flushed, and tires rotated. I dropped the vehicle off the night before so they would have all day to do what should have been relatively simple tasks. Now, a 7th Generation Civic appears to have a reputation for being difficult to burp the cooling system after you flush it. I would think that any mechanic in Madison should know this. I am apparently wrong. After picking up my vehicle I spent 25 min in my driveway watching bubbles come out. Even after that, I still had air in the system. I ended up taking my Civic to Zimbrick to just get it done even if it was going to cost me more. I had already lost the use of my vehicle over the Thanksgiving weekend at this point which was costing me a car rental for $140.02. Another $67.33 for Zimbrick to burp it, verify the head gasket wasn't damaged, and adding coolant back to the system after it was burped. This on top of $210.79 for incompetent work. I'll never go to this place again. If I could give a lower rating than 1 I would. There are other sites on line where this place has all 5 star reviews. I can't even comprehend how that's possible at this point.
Dec 03, 2014
  • monodactylus
I wanted to edit/delete/redo my review but there doesn't seem to be a way to do that, so I just made another one. It's fairly easy to tell which way Madison leans by the cars people drive. Civics, Corollas, Prius, and Subaru's are abundant. I would like to think that any auto mechanic in this area should have some knowledge of the quirks of these vehicles. I brought my car here to have the Transmission, coolant fluids flushed, and tires rotated. I dropped the vehicle off the night before so they would have all day to do what should have been relatively simple tasks. Now, a 7th Generation Civic appears to have a reputation for being difficult to burp the cooling system after you flush it. I would think that any mechanic in Madison should know this. I am apparently wrong. After picking up my vehicle I spent 25 min in my driveway watching bubbles come out. Even after that, I still had air in the system. I ended up taking my Civic to Zimbrick to just get it done even if it was going to cost me more. I had already lost the use of my vehicle over the Thanksgiving weekend at this point which was costing me a car rental for $140.02. Another $67.33 for Zimbrick to burp it, verify the head gasket wasn't damaged, and adding coolant back to the system after it was burped. This on top of $210.79 for incompetent work. I'll never go to this place again. If I could give a lower rating than 1 I would. There are other sites on line where this place has all 5 star reviews. I can't even comprehend how that's possible at this point.

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