All reviews are from people who have redeemed deals with this merchant.
What You'll Get
Cars are vain and sensitive; they care about how they look and want their owners to feel proud driving them, even if it's through an inconveniently placed fruit stand. Today's Groupon treats your steel steed to something special: for $22, you get an oil change, brake inspection, tire rotation, and a 21-point safety inspection at Mark's Japanese European Auto (a $134 value). Patrons can stop by any one of Mark's four Eastside locations to fully pamper a metal loved one. Certified, factory trained technicians will replace old oil to safeguard moving parts before checking stationary ones with a complete vehicle safety inspection and pat-down. The $3 oil-disposal fee is not included in the value of this Groupon.
- The mechanics are highly trained and certified. Everyone is helpful and informative whenever we have an issue with any of our cars. – Linda, Yahoo! Local
- My car was diagnosed in less than an hour and they waived the diagnostic fee. I liked how there was not a lot of waiting time and my car was ready the next day. – Ellen H., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 18, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per vehicle, may buy multiple as gifts. By appointment only. Valid only at listed locations. Tax and $3 disposal fee not included. Must use in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Marks Japanese European Auto
Mark Wagner has been working under the hood of international automobiles since 1972. After securing a master's degree in mechanical engineering in Germany, Wagner ferried both his family and his familiarity with foreign cars to America, where, today, he teams up with the ASE-certified techs in his repair shop. The factory-trained mechanics dole out everything from tune-ups to engine, brake, and transmission repairs. And all of their work is backed by a 15-month, 15,000-mile warranty that prevents cars from worrying about waking up and seeing their name in the classified pages.
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