Audis that are 2005 or later more than likely utilize a timing chain. Learn the signs that your timing chain is failing so you can get repairs sooner and minimize the risk of needing an expensive engine repair.
Some 911 Porsche models prior to 2009 have problems with IMS bearings that can result in engine failure. Learn about these issues and what steps you can take to prevent bearing failure.
Noticing smoke coming from your Porsche Boxter’s exhaust? Learn which types of smoke are commonplace and the signs that it’s time to visit a mechanic.
Ever wondered which BMW leaves the others in the dust? Find out here. You’ll also learn what steps you can take to enhance your BMW’s performance.
BMWs are known for their luxury and excellent performance. In this article, we’ll break down how BMWs compare to other luxury automobiles in terms of repair and maintenance costs and explain why those things can be costlier.
There are many great reasons people quickly come to love a luxury SUV like a Range Rover. So what if the one you’ve got your eye on has quite a few miles on it already? We’ll discuss the things that make this vehicle fantastic and whether you should invest in one with higher miles.
To assist with our commitment in providing our customers with durable and high-quality parts for their vehicles, we’ve proudly partnered with VRSF. Their company manufactures parts and components for import vehicles and they’re made with exceptional quality. Learn about the partnership.
When the Restricted Performance light comes on the dashboard of your Jaguar, there are several possible causes, some more serious than others. It just takes a bit of time diagnosing to determine what needs to be done to eliminate the problem.
Unintended acceleration can be scary and can potentially cause accidents. Here’s what you should know if your Porsche is taking off without pressing the gas.
Don’t let your car’s regular maintenance or repairs go unfixed. We’re working during social distancing, and the “stay at home” mandate. Don’t worry about coming to us, we’ll come to you.