I am superbly satisfied with the service that I have received on my BMW vehicles over the past couple of years. The most recent is a perfect example of how Steve and his group do business: I stopped by with a check engine light illuminated and within 15 minutes my 2011 BMW X5 was hooked up to the diagnostic machine. The news was not what I wanted to hear. However, the estimate was spot on and honest. I was told that my car would be ready after parts were ordered, received and the service performed. The best part was that everything was performed quicker than estimated and the price was as quoted. What I really appreciate is an honest assessment with potential costs spelled out. As BMW owners we are "Out in the wilderness" in Grand Junction without a BMW Dealer within 250 miles. I need someone to trust with my vehicle. The company I trust is The Foreign Aid to keep me enjoying "The ultimate driving experience" as advertised by BMW. Sincerely, Kevin Braa
Pleased to see a variety of foreign models, including number of German cars in the shop and lot. Serviced my SAAB 9-7x and discussed an issue I have with my 1965 356, which I will be bring in next week. As someone relatively new to the area I appreciated information and referrals Steve gave. I would definitely recommend his shop . Dick Avril
I have a 2001 VW Jetta GLX with 125K miles mostly highway, own it since new. Being that the car is 18 years old there were bound to be problems to be addressed but I love the car and been taking care of it to enjoy it for a good long time. The cooling system started leaking and I brought it in for repair, shortly after the repair the water-pump failed which needed to be replaced, to which I was not happy about just spending for the first repair and a week later facing another repair bill. Steve could see I was not a happy camper and offered to work with me and cut cost in a reasonable manner for the second job. The repair was done as discussed and in a timely manner. Now you think I'd be done but another week goes by and my check Engin light comes on and I get an "Emissions Workshop" warning. My Wife is pleading with me to give up the car but I take it in a third time only to find Steve looking out of his garage window starring at my Jetta with a look on his face that said NOT AGAIN...... He hooked up his computer up to my car then opened the hood proceeded to open the hood to find a rotted vacuum hose that fixed it and had me on my way in 10 minutes no charge. Steve's the MAN
The Foreign Aid did a full transmission and clutch replacement on my 1989 VW Westaflia. The work was well done and at a very fair price. I'm very particular about anyone else doing work on my vehicles and after meeting Steve and seeing the shop in GJ, I was very pleased and felt great about having his crew do the repairs. I highly recommend Steve and the Foreign Aid for any VW Vanagon/Westfalia repairs. Thanks Steve, the Westy is back in action!