They have one old mechanic who doesn't work on cars anymore, and several incompetent younger ones. They do mediocre work and charge close to dealership prices. More interested in selling their cars than fixing yours. They misdiagnosed my problem, costing me over $1500, and still were unable to fix it. I finally took it down the street and got it fixed for under $500, without the attitude. I'm not a fan.
Posted: 4/13/2009 • Link to this review
The transmission in my 2004 Cayenne S would spin and then seemingly clunk into gear when I'd gun it. A North County dealer did a cursory check and told me I needed a new transmission that would cost $6-7,000. AE approached it from the ground up, and for $2,500 had the computer reprogrammed and then replaced the transfer case. Along the way, they told me how much I was risking (little) and how much would apply against a new transmission if it needed that. Great guys, good loaner car, great automotive eye candy in the showroom. Highly recommended.
Posted: 1/03/2008 • Link to this review