Danny's Import Svc Incorporated

  • 4.8 of 5 stars
17 reviews

1098 Texas St, #C, Lewisville, TX 75057, us

(972) 434-4488


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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 14, 2007
These guys are the best. Really. They know Hondas inside and out, and they won't sell you something you don't need.
Dec 06, 2007
Found these guys right here on CarTalk 10 years ago. They take the time to explain everything to you, they've never tried any upsells on me or anyone I've sent them (they do suggest some stuff, but only stuff that's recommended by the owner's manual and they'll tell you how much it'll cost to do it yourself), and in the past 10 years I've only had to go back once when something wasn't done right. These guys have ages of dealership experience, and they know their stuff. If you're tight on cash, they give you the option of using used parts (and still provide their normal warranty).
Dec 11, 2007
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Very honest and knowledgeable service techs. They know how to treat a well maintained car with respect.
Apr 17, 2008
Have used them several times for my Honda Odyssey. They do great work at a fair price.
Apr 26, 2009
I usually work on my twenty year old Honda myself, but when the job requires equipment I don't have I take it to Danny's. They definitely respect my knowledge of the car and they respect the car. I cannot recommend this establishment highly enough. My car was fourteen years old before I took it to a shop for anything and I am really glad Danny's was recommended to me.
Aug 15, 2010
I have worked on cars for many years, but there are certain jobs that I cannot or will not perform. I have great difficulty trusting automotive shops, because I know that, unfortunately, there is plenty of dishonesty and sloppiness out there. I scheduled an appointment to evacuate and recharge the Air Conditioning system of my Honda (Lewisville Location). The shop is clean and organized, a key sign of a well managed business. They treated me well, and I drove away with a very good impression of the place. I believe they acted with honesty, were very professional and, most importantly, are conscientious about performing quality work. The owner, Mr. Danny Page, is Honda factory trained and has several Honda training certificates displayed on the wall. The shop is a small operation, and I believe they work on Hondas and Acuras only. I look forward to doing future business with Danny's Import Service and would recommend them as a good place to service your Honda.
Aug 12, 2011
Danny's is my go-to Honda shop. I do most of my own work on my 1989 Accord, however, when the work requires tools or time that I do not have, I trust this shop implicitly. They chat with me on a peer level, realizing that I may know more about this car than they do. They keep a neat, organized shop and do good work. They do not talk down to me when I ask questions and are often happy to answer technical questions for me when I am doing my own work. I will not let just anyone touch my car as I have maintained it very fastidiously for 22 years and 340,000 miles. Danny's employees are truly artists for Hondas. They can take one look under the hood and know what I have done. Several times, Danny has even given me the advice to do the repair myself after I paid him to diagnose a problem. This shop is truly a rare find and should be treated as such.

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