I needed a transmission for my 2002 Nissan Pathfinder. The owner, Sean, was very helpful and they have the best prices in town. My mechanic had also said that I needed a new transfer case, but instead of just selling me the part, which they had in stock, Sean and his crew checked out the car and pointed out that I didn't need it after all. Seriously, what a change to get such an honest answer from a guy in a car industry. The next week, I sent my sister to them for a cracked windshield. It's been about 3 months and my car has been running great. Other Car shops, take a lesson from these guys: this is how you build life-long customers.
I found Eric and Adopt A Part on a prius forum. My college daughter had just gotten a $4500 repair quote on her 2001 Prius from the Toyota dealer. Eric is going to do a diagnostic on it and IF the dealer was correct, the total cost will be $1100. A savings of $3400 to a starving college kid might as well be a million dollars. The trust I could feel through the phone with Eric was extraordinary. Will follow up once the work is done to post more.
I just wanted to take a minute to say "Thank you" to the people at Stadium Auto Parts! Over the past 15+ years, you have continuously come through for me when I needed parts for my cars, or even when I've just needed some honest advice/suggestions. It's really rare to find a company who genuinely cares about its customers, and not just making money. For that reason, my family and I will continue to be loyal patrons of your business!!
I was in the market for a remanufactured Volvo driveshaft these guys are my #1 pick and best price Dave was awesome to work with helped mewith one of my other cars repacking balls that fell out. I will always go to them and HIGHLY recommend them.