Austin Auto Repair Pro Mechanics for American cars, SUVs, and trucks
Visit Austin Auto Repair, located in Austin, TX, 78736, and our team of well-trained Pontiac service technicians will be able to assess your Pontiac's situation. We take pride in knowing everything about your Pontiac vehicle. This allows us to provide the best services available at affordable prices.
Pontiac is a brand that was discontinued amid the Great Recession and the bankruptcy of General Motors. The brand was a sporty off-shoot of the automaker, taking platforms from GM's global portfolio and molding them into American sports cars of varying levels and performance combinations. The brand was able to not only differentiate itself from the competition, but from other brands GM offered in the U.S. Before its demise, the brand had created a rabid following, which is why many vehicles are still on the road today.
Your Pontiac vehicle, new or used, will need to have maintenance or repairs completed during your ownership. There will always be general maintenance needs, however, you could see problems with the engine, interior fit-and-finish issues over the life of the vehicle or transmission, depending on the model and year of the vehicle.
Pontiac Vehicles Fixed At Affordable Prices
Austin Auto Repair has a knowledgeable and friendly staff ready and waiting to fix your Pontiac vehicle and get you and your car back on the road as soon as possible. Austin Auto Repair prides itself on offering affordable and efficient repairs that get you back on the road without breaking your wallet. We are waiting to service all your Pontiac needs. Give us a call at 512-288-4932. You can also stop by our service center to meet our inviting staff, which is waiting to help you with all your Pontiac needs.
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.