Mechanics souped up the earliest horseless carriages by filling them with premium oats and lovingly grooming their spoilers. Spur your steed toward the horizon with today's Groupon to Express Tune in Issaquah. Choose between the following options:
- For $38, you get two oil changes and tire rotations (a $77.80 value).
- For $75, you get $150 worth of service and repairs.
The ASE-certified technicians at Express Tune administer oil-based booster shots and oblige autos with repair and maintenance services. During the 30–45 minute oil change, mechanics drain spent oils, pour in up to 5 quarts of replacement, and install a new filter to keep contaminants out and restless horsepower-generating stallions in. After lubricating intra-auto components, techs reposition tires to restore the equilibrium of tread wear. Alternatively, the full-service repair shop can keep vehicles road-ready with expert automotive service, maintenance, and upkeep. Drivers can treat their cars to internal workups including fuel-injection service ($89.95) or transmission service ($89.95+). During a used-car buyer's inspection ($99), shoppers submit previously owned autos to the gaze of eagle-eyed mechanics, who comb the car's many components and assess whether the vehicle is in good condition, needs work, or is only a figment of a 19th-century steam engineer's imagination.
Express Tune's motor medics leave their doors open all week and keep Saturday hours as well. While their cars are being serviced, customers can hitch a ride on the free shuttle service to run errands or staple "missing carburetor" flyers on all the town's telephone poles.
Express Tune technicians extend automotive longevity, drawing on ACE certification to tweak performance and bolster vehicular safety. The mechanics keep motor oil on hand to keep engines from accumulating damaging buildup and lift hoods to service engines and belts. In the bustling shop, a clattering chorus of tools drifts from beneath undercarriages as techs improve brake function and inspect tires. As state-certified emissions specialists, the mechanics test automotive output to make sure no car is polluting the airways with above-legal levels of toxins, and they inspect used cars for potential malfunctions or Kick Me signs taped to the bumper.