10925 Southwest Beaverton Hillsdale Highway, Beaverton, OR 97005, United States
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5 Stars - I can't say enough good things about Darby and the guys at Autohaus Bayern! This is the ONLY place I would ever trust to work on my BMW. These guys know there stuff, they're honest and upfront, and they are not crooks like so many mechanics are!
5 Stars - I've been going to AB for >8 years and have been extremely pleased by the level of service to my 2002 BMW 540i. They are much better priced than the dealers in town and quite often willing to go the extra mile to do the repair vs. replacement approach. Darby and the team at AB have always given me good advice on all my scheduled maintenance and repairs and i would highly recommend them.
4 Stars - Autohaus is OK, not great. Any German auto shop is going to be on the spendy side, but I find that on average, I seem to spend more here than I do at other shops. Plus, the last time I went in, they accidently charged me $50 more than I was supposed to pay because they forgot to deduct the "inspection fee" from my repair costs. I realized afterwards and they fixed it in a few days, but it was good that I double-checked. Also, their time estimate was way off the last time I was in. Was told a fix would be done by noon. When I came in at noon, I had discovered that the mechanic had gone to lunch early. I had to sit around another 1.5 hours before the repair was actually completed..
5 Stars - I have had five BMWs over the lat 15 years. These guys know their stuff. I used to do all my own work, but this shop may change my mind. Staff = A+!
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2 Stars - I've taken my BMW to at least 3 other repair shops around Portland and I have Mixed feelings on Auto Haus. They really take the time to explain to you what they replaced and what kinds of symptoms you should have been experiencing. HOWEVER, they don’t typically communicate the side of the car well and often replace things that don’t need replacing.
I recently needed to replace a ball joint on the passenger side front control arm. The original shop I took it too called this the “right” side of the car (standard for the car industry is if you’re inside the car). I thought this was the same part I replaced only a year ago so I called up Auto Haus and talked to them. They side it should be a straight forward warranty issue and would most likely be free. So I took my car back into Auto Haus only to find out the part they replaced was the “left” or Driver side. Auto Haus was going to replace the ENTIRE control arm costing about $560. DynaSport was able to just replace the bushings and the ball joint saving me $450!
My advice to Auto Haus is don’t replace things that don’t need replacing just because it’s easier or you get more money out of it.