Car broke down I-81. Midas diagnosed problem over phone. Towed late Sat. Mechanics stayed overtime. On road w/in hour. Cost half what dealer would charge. Great service & value.
Posted: 11/12/2015 • Link to this review
So, I go there to get an oil change. All of a sudden, my tires need replaced, as well as my battery and air filter. I was told the air filter would cost $31.99 installed... so I look at the air filter when I get home and compare it to a local auto store price for the same thing... over 50% less. I have been taken for a ride. I asked why my tires would ware so fast and the man told me I probably needed an alignment... but I told him that I had an alignment done less than 2 years ago when they replaced the tires in question... 25,000 mile tires? doubtful. I will NOT be returning to this midas ever again. They wanted me to spend upwards of $700 when I had a voucher for a FREE oil change... whomp whomp
Posted: 7/19/2011 • Last edited: 2/22/2012 • Link to this review
They quoted me astronomical prices for a trivial O2 sensor replacement, like $397 + labor + taxes. Then, when I looked retail price online and complained, they quickly changed that to $198, which is still ~70% above retail. Shameful!
Posted: 8/13/2010 • Link to this review
itsme44 - two years between alignments is pretty long. see the yahoo autos article http: //autos.yahoo.com/ maintain/repairqa /tires_wheels/ ques095_4.html about checking the alignment when noticing tire wear. perhaps they were right.
Posted: 8/09/2010 • Last edited: 7/06/2012 • Link to this review
My girlfriend was driving her car and felt the wheel shake. They told her she needed a new wheel, studs and nuts. What they didn't tell her is that they were going to slip in a brake job. ( new rotors and pads) to the tune of $350. I called my local Midas, got a quote for the same job and found they charge 240 for this. 100 dollars less than than what she paid. Jermey, their GM, is a liar and a thief. I
Posted: 5/25/2010 • Last edited: 5/26/2010 • Link to this review