Opening its doors in 1986, this family-owned business has lived up to its commitment to offer the highest quality products in the industry at fair prices and to provide the best customer service. With our two Tucson locations combined, we have the largest selection of trailers, biggest parts departments
Ranked one of AAA's Top Shops in 2011 based on its customers' satisfaction rating, community involvement, and business reputation, AASTRO Transmission & Auto Repair enlists the help of ASE-certified technicians to keep rides healthy with services ranging from oil changes to engine rebuilding. The experienced mechanics regularly participate in ongoing training and use modern technology to stay up-to-date with the latest auto-maintenance techniques and equipment, such as glow-in-the-dark monkey wrenches. Depending on the service, AASTRO Transmission & Auto Repair offers warranties that guarantee parts and labor for up to five years.
At Auto Medics, a full-service automotive repair and maintenance shop, ASE-certified technicians ensure vehicle longevity with an automotive lifespan's worth of oil changes. Staffers replace stale lubricant with up to five quarts of synthetic-blend Kendall motor oil every three months or 3,000 miles as long as vehicles live. While they've got the car up on the lift, they'll lube up any lubeable joints; a safety check is also included to verify that the vehicle's belts, hoses, lights, and fluid reservoirs are all cooperating to keep the car from suffering a mechanical breakdown.
For more than 40 years, the ASE-certified Master Technicians at Borst Automotive have kept cars on the road with honest, expert service, earning them approval as an AAA Auto Repair center. With knowledge of foreign and domestic cars from the past, present, and three best-known alternate realities, they perform a variety of services ranging from oil changes and alignment to drive train service and transmission maintenance. While techs mend wayward autos, a shuttle can transport car owners to nearby destinations.
Back in 1976, a small shop named Auto Stereo Specialists opened in Tucson and began outfitting vehicles with AM radios, cassette players, and Jensen Tri-Axials. Sound systems have come a long way since then, and so has that once three-employee garage. Today, Auto Stereo Specialists is just The Specialists, and the shop has become a hub for automotive and residential services.
At five locations across Tucson, specialists install audio, video, and navigation systems from brands such as AudioVox, Alpine, Pioneer, and Kenwood. Because they know how harmful heat and UV rays can be to a car's interior, they protect newly installed systems with FormulaOne window tints, which are backed by a lifetime guarantee. Beyond the car, homeowners can recruit The Specialists to fortify their homes, install window fixtures by Hunter Douglas, and reduce A/C costs by moving your house into the cold vacuum of space.