I heard noises under my car so I took it to the dealer to see what they said. They recommended repairs in excess of $2000.
When I took it to NLine for a second opinion, they let me know there was wear but it wasn't a safety concern, just an annoyance.
I am grateful for the honest assessment of the situation, the detailed explanation of the issue and for the money it saved me.
As much as I hate having car problems - it's always pleasant to come and entrust my car to your shop for finding solutions. I highly recommend your prompt and high quality service and expertise! Thank you so much.
Been here a few times, all different reasons. Quick service & only what I needed done. Always happy with the outcome. The only problem is it's near a bad intersection - always construction & traffic - but not their fault. Will go to again.
I always get very good, personal service at Nline. I've never had a major repair, but for the minor issues I've had thus far, they've done great. BOTTOM LINE: Good neighborhood garage.
Honest people quick response .
Awesome shop - thanks for helping me through my car issues!
They know their alignments... after having the Honda dealer and a mechanic try to tell me that my car was "supposed to pull to the right" I took it to Nline, and it drives straight now.
Upfront, no BS, good service. I brought in an old BMW to have a wheel alignment done. For wheel alignments, you can adjust the Camber, Caster and Toe. The Toe, in most cases, applies only to the front wheels. My car only has the ability to have its Toe adjusted on the front wheels. I spoke with John, and presented my situation to him. He informed me that 2 wheel alignments cost $70, and 4 wheel alignments cost $80, both of which include adjusting the Camber, Caster and Toe. However, seeing that my car only had the ability to adjust the Toe for the front wheels, he charged me $35. Prior to calling Nline, I had talked to no less than 10 other shops that did alignments. No one was willing to accommodate my car because it only could have it's Toe adjusted. Furthermore, I even had one shop (Aline on W. 34th) that wanted to charge me more because I had a BMW.I have no doubt that I will be heading back to Nline whenever I need something to be worked on.
This place is basically the absolute opposite of every other automotive shop you've ever been to. The staff is knowledgeable, polite, and most importantly, never tries to upsell you on retarded crap you don't really need.I took my Honda here and, having suffered uneven tire wear, was pretty certain there was something quite serious wrong. The interesting fact is that I had taken my car to other automotive shops on three separate occasions with the exact same problem and they all told me I needed new tires and alignment. While this was true, they neglected to mention that my particular model of car has no camber adjustment right off the line, so you have to order an additional part that allows for the adjustment. This is pretty annoying since my tires would always wear out way before their warranty.Well, the guys at NLine explained the issue to me, immediately knew the solution, and helped me get it sorted out. In addition, they don't put the screws to you on the pricing. You'll generally pay for the part (I don't think with any markup, actually) and then a reasonable rate for the hourly work.We also took my fiance's car there and the transmission had to be replaced. We chose to get a used transmission because the car is pretty old and it doesn't make any sense to put a new one in it at this point. They ended up having to keep the car for several days because they sent back three transmissions that were craptastic, and then knocked off 10% on labor due to the fact that they had to keep it longer than they initially stated.I can't really say enough positive things about these guys. They are stand-up, honest, and hard-working guys. You really get value at NLine, and I now recommend them to everyone who needs car repairs.Thanks, NLine.