I own a 2007 Mazda CX-9. At about 150k miles the transmission failed. After receiving a $5k estimate from the dealer my repair guy (Mike Carradonna) recommended this shop.
They replaced the transmission for about 1/2 the dealer. The work was completed on time, on price, and I think professionally. Two years and 50k miles later the transmission is tight and running well (despite the best efforts of a couple teenage drivers).
I recommend this shop and their service.
Real honest man. Saved me $300 too. I reccomend this place.
When our car broke down a few weekends ago I searched online for a place within towing distance from where we were. The Google ratings meant a lot when I needed to trust someone to fix our transmission. Without calling ahead we had our vehicle dropped off after hours by the tow service and prayed for the best. When I called the owner the next morning he reassured me he would diagnose the issue and call back with a quote. I feared the worst. When he called, he described the problems and gave a detailed plan of repairs. We had confidence and peace of mind that he spoke truth. On our way to pickup the car, our second car’s brakes went out (scary). After arriving, we learned they repair brakes as well. He was so concerned about our safety he insisted we leave it. We had him repair it at a very reasonable price. We were so pleased with their integrity, customer care, quality service and value. AAMCO Transmission & Total Car Care has earned the highest rating and our enthusiastic recommendation.
Nothing but happy! The team over at AAMCO transmissions did an outstanding job rebuilding the transmission in my 2013 Mazdaspeed3. I would highly recommend this shop to anyone. I chose AAMCO because my bank who I had the warranty through recommended them as well. My car died the following day when I was driving home from work and I was confident maybe it was a connector AAMCO forgot to plug in. They took a look at the car and determined the battery was old so they replaced it free of charge (which wasn't even their problem but they replaced it). They also wire-tucked the rest of the wiring I used to install an aftermarket boost gauge. They didn't have to do this but it made the engine bay look much nicer. Most importantly, Glenn gave me a tour of the shop and showed me what my transmission looks like when it was disassembled, which I truly appreciated! Thank you AAMCO!
I took my Blue Ford 150 truck in they Rebuilt the Transmission 10 days later it went out but with the 18 months warranty they Give you I took it back in and that is when I was stress free. He said this is my Transmission not yours so I was little happy knowing that I didn't have to pay again!
Our 2014 Ford Edge was making bad metal on metal noise. The local shop recommended AAMCO on broad street. I would also recommend them. They kept me up to date with diagnostic work they were preforming and searched for the best option in parts new vs rebuilt. In the end the PTO has gone bad (common on Ford Edge). They shop costs seem reasonable it was $1,798 the part alone was $950. I would highly recommend them it’s good to know shops can still turn the wrenches instead of hitting a computer button.