The following are service and repair shops which have been recomended by readers of the ISUPAGE as good places to take your Isuzu automobile to have it worked on. If you have any additional shops to add, please let me know and I will add them immediately. If you have any comments about the shops listed, good or bad, let me know, and I'll add that information also. This list is not an endorsement or advertisement of any shops, but is a reaction to the need for such a list, and the repeated appeals of the ISUPAGE readers for such a resource.
Puente Hills Toyota; Formerly Puente Hills Toyota & Isuzu
I had no complaints with the quality of work; the service manager (Mack) was quite nice, and the mechanic (Ceasar) has worked on Impulses for approx 12 years. They didn't try to pressure me into getting things fixed that I had not asked them to repair and didn't object when I brought my own parts (Tokico shocks) and asked them to install them, instead of going through the parts dept. Vernon.
Danbury Autopark/Fair Isuzu
After servicing my I-mark for about 2 years, I am quite satisfied. Besides being "New England's Largest Automall", They have quite a large service dept that services their Isuzus, Suzukis, and Hyundais. Personal service is given, and each customer is kept on file by their appointed service advisor. I have had only good experiences with Danbury Autopark. They call you after your service to make sure your Isuzu experience was a good one, and preach the "Do not leave until you are 100% satisfied" motto. Fair Isuzu has been only a good experience for me and my I-mark. Shaun Nicalek.
Budget does good work at an extremely reasonable price. Bill Luton.
Manns has a very good reputation as a restoration specialist and high quality colision repair shop. They have done several cars that have won such events as Concours d'Elegance and are part of the group that Jay Leno associates with (Jay Leno has quite a few classic cars). Bill Luton.
St. Louis, MO
Willis has done allot of work on my cars, (mostly before I learned how to adjust valves and so forth myself) and with the exception of the time they were unable to install a set of suspension springs, because they didn't have the propper tool, they have always done a pretty good job. They aren't cheap, and keep your eye on them. You can't miss their shop, it's the one wioth all the Delorians out in front. Bill Luton.
St. Louis, MO
Performance has rebuilt several transmissions for my family and myself. They do excellent work and are competitively priced. Bill Luton.
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