Austin Auto Repair Pro Mechanics for American cars, SUVs, and trucks
Lincoln is an American luxury brand that borders on legendary, and Austin Auto Repair in Austin, will keep yours in top shape. Named after former American President Abraham Lincoln, the Lincoln brand was bought by Ford Motor Company during the depression, where it went on to create iconic cars such as the Lincoln Continental. Lincoln is still a brand proud to bring luxury to the public, continuing to design stylish luxury cars and SUVS without compromising on amenities and technologies.
Being a sibling brand to Ford vehicles, Lincoln vehicles do have some reliability issues. Such problem areas include the suspension, engine and transmission. Like most brands, the older the Lincoln, the more likely it is to face problems, but all aging cars can have problems. To stop such problems from occurring, proper maintenance is needed.
To keep on regular maintenance, or to take care of any issues that could arise with your Lincoln vehicle, you can stop by Austin Auto Repair, located at Austin, 78736. At our service center, our staff is highly trained and uses the latest technologies to perform maintenance and repairs on Lincoln vehicles. Whether your problem is related to your suspension, engine, transmission or other area our staff is ready to diagnose and repair it. We're also happy to perform regular maintenance on your Lincoln. The process is easy and our service center employees will keep you informed along the way.
Convenient Service at a Convenient Price
We here at Austin Auto Repair offer competitive maintenance and repair prices to work on Lincoln luxury vehicles. We also pride ourselves on fixing your vehicle the first time so you can be back on the road without too much inconvenience - having to have one's car in the shop can often be a headache. Our friendly staff does everything possible to meet your needs and answer all your questions. To schedule an appointment, call us today at 512-288-4932.
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.