Randolph Foreign & Domestic Auto Repair

  • 4.9 of 5 stars
3 reviews

284 S Main St, Wharton, NJ 07885, us

(973) 366-3355


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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)
Mar 10, 1998
My wife and I are rather fond of old Volvos and Connor and Frank can keep them running like nobody else. She once had a 145 that was well over 150,000 miles when the stick shift lever (manual) came off in her hand while she was trying to shift into third. She limped over to the local gas station in second and they told her it would be $300 and about six weeks for the new part to arrive from Sweden. (This was the same place that used to greet her with "Yeah, we know, check the gas and fill the oil.") Her brother recommended Randolph Foreign Car (strangely not in Randolph but in neighboring Wharton) where Connor welded the thing back in place while she waited for all of about $20. We have been going there for repairs and maintenance ever since.
Dec 19, 2004
After reading the reviews here I decided to go to Randolph Foreign Car with my recently bought middle-aged Volvo wagon. The car had a few issues like squeaks and rattles of the tailgate and under the dash an oil leak, timing belt replacement due, etc. etc. and a major service due in a couple of thousand miles. Conor was very friendly, professional and honest. He took a quick look and asked me to note drive it till the service and note down things as I notice. I did exactly that, and went for an early service. He fixed all squeaks & rattles. Reassured me that the oil leak is very minor and common, and not significant to raise an alarm. Timing belt looks alright and can run a few thousand miles more. Charged me a very reasonable price for his time and material. I saw that he had test driven the car for 13 miles. The car was running like new when I picked it up. I plan to go back there for all my service and repair needs. Thank you Conor! Oh, I met Frank, too. They make an excellent partnership.
Jul 17, 2005
My wife was pregnant (very) and walked into a Toyota dealership with her broken down Saturn. They told her it would cost roughly $600 to fix the problem. They couldn't fix the problem and tried to charge us anyway. I had her car towed the 10 miles to Wharton. The next day I was told that a sensor lodged deep in the dashboard wiring was the culprit. The cost was less than $100. These guys have been tuning up and reparing my cars since I was a college student 10 years ago. These guys are "master" mechanics. Before I take a long trip I have them tune up the car. I can then confidently take the trip and not give the car a second thought. My only regret is that I have since moved away and can't find more mechanics like these guys. Bob from Mine Hill

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