Went here when my "Check Engine" light went on. They claim to be specialists. I had no clue what was going on. They replaced one part. Had me in and out in less than an hour and I spent less than expected. I think they were honest and didn't take advantage of me.
My shifter linkage broke off of my transmission, leaving me stranded. I was able to manually shift into drive, and drove my car to Aamco in Claymont. They ordered the broken bushing and had me back on the rode in less than an hour.
These guys are amazing. Very fast and professional. Can't recommend enough.
Have been to this Aamco only a few times but am very much impressed with Ken and the rest of the crew. Went in for brakes, which a mechanic at another location said I needed, but Ken's crew checked and told me I still had quite a bit of mileage left on the existing brakes. Didn't sell me something I didn't need. Nice to deal with honest people.
At Christmas we made it all the way to Pennsylvania from North Carolina before the transmission in our 2013 Ford Escape with 147,000 miles on it, bit the dust. There is absolutely nothing worse than being hours from home and without a vehicle that runs. We also have had previous bad experiences with car repairs in remote locations with backyard mechanics. We knew it was a transmission issue , so we went to this Aamco. The ratings and reviews were good and we had towing available to us to get it there. So considering that Christmas and Christmas Eve were in the middle of the week, it waa delivered to them on Monday and we were able to get it back Friday evening and drive home. I might add that although the cost of a transmission was a shock, the quote from a dealership would have made me leave it on the side of the road.