Austin Auto Repair Can Meet All Your Cadillac Repair and Maintenance Needs
We here at Austin Auto Repair, located in Austin, TX, have a team of well-trained automotive service technicians that are educated on the latest Cadillac repair and maintenance techniques to guarantee your luxury Cadillac is back on the road quickly. No matter if it is an engine problem, regularly scheduled maintenance or any other issue that may arise, we here at Austin Auto Repair are trained to handle and repair any problem your Cadillac may face.
Cadillacthe Standard of the Worldis an American luxury automaker that delivers the ultimate in American luxury and performance. Formed from the remnants of the Henry Ford Company, one of Henry Ford's attempts to start a car company before he founded Ford Motor Company, Cadillac went on to become the standard of American luxury cars. Austin Auto Repair in Austin, TX is happy to provide the maintenance and repair services necessary to keep your Cadillac at the pinnacle of automotive performance.
Cadillac, the luxury offering from General Motors, is a reliable car to purchase, but may face some engine problems in its later years. Engine problems that may creep up include problems with the starter and possible oil leaks. But those are problems that shouldn't worry you when you bring your car to Austin Auto Repair.
Affordable Fixes For Your World-Class Cadillac
Austin Auto Repair is located at Austin, TX, 78736 and our service center welcomes drop-ins. Our staff will answer any questions or concerns you have about your Cadillac and will then quickly and effectively repair your luxury American car and get you back on the road before you know it. You can call us at 512-288-4932, or stop by for a visit. Our friendly staff of Cadillac service technicians are waiting.
Today I dropped in to see if they could pull a bearing off of my RV started motor that operates my RV hydraulic jacks. I had just purchased a new motor and needed help. I was at this repair shop for a total of 20 minutes, and they were able to successfully remove the bearing from the shaft, and I was on my way. And all they asked for was a $5 or $10 tip to the young mechanic who did the job! I would return to this shop in a heartbeat. Great and nice folks.