Author Archives: Autoworks
If you are in the market for a new vehicle, Autoworks has a few options you may want to look at. Currently, we have a 2000 BMW 528I, 2001 Mercedes-Benz S430, 1994 Volvo 940 and a 1997 Mercedes Benz E320. … Continue reading
Wheel alignment can help your tires perform properly and help them last longer. It can also improve handling and prevent your vehicle from pulling in one direction or vibrating strangely on the road.
There a few different ways to tell if your brake rotors are bad. If you believe that they are bad, don’t hesitate to contact us here at Autoworks to have one of our mechanics check them out and decide whether … Continue reading
If you’ve had such issues as sluggishness, squealing, unreliability or vibrating with your vehicle, it may be trying to tell your something — like that it’s time for a tune-up. Newer vehicles are significantly different from their decades-old brethren that … Continue reading
Shocks that are worn out are a serious safety issue. But how can you tell when they really need to be replaced? The best way is to ask an a local auto repair shop, Contact Autoworks today to get your … Continue reading
We’ve all been to the repair shop for a routine oil change and walked out with repair estimates for thousands of dollars. The question that crosses all our minds is, “What of this stuff really needs to be done?” To … Continue reading
When it comes to diesel luxury cars, the Germans dominate without question. The higher fuel prices in Europe and ensuing withstanding demand for more fuel-efficient vehicles reflects this. As a result, diesel power is considered a necessity by German manufacturers. … Continue reading
In most cases, getting a transmission flush every 30,000 miles, or every two years or so is sufficient. However, there may be times when you need to get a transmission flush sooner, in order to help protect your car’s transmission. … Continue reading
There is often large debate about whether naturally aspirated engines are better than forced induction. Quite honestly, I feel both of these have their own associated pros and cons, leaving it all up to user preference.