Saab Auto Repair in Jamaica Plain
Morrison's Auto-Rite Inc for European Car, Truck and SUV Repair
Morrison's Auto-Rite Inc Pro Mechanics for European vehicles
Before Saab stopped making cars in 2012 it was producing automobiles with some of the highest engineering and performance standards in the industry. Saab Automobile AB was manufactured in Sweden as a project to design a small, reliable automobile that could offer engineering and amenities prized by European drivers. The first production model, the Saab 92, was launched in 1949. With all that history and precision craftsmanship it is understandable why you want to keep your Saab even though they are no longer in production.
At Morrison's Auto-Rite Inc our specialists are highly trained and understand Saab level engineering standards. We have the best technicians in Jamaica Plain with Saab expertise offering knowledge and a skill set that puts them above our competition. Morrison's Auto-Rite Inc specialists are always up-to-date with modern technology but also repair and maintain older classic model Saabs.
If you are looking for a repair and maintenance service center near Jamaica Plain for your classic or late model Saab then come to Morrison's Auto-Rite Inc. We offer scheduled appointments, just call 617-522-4444 today or stop by our service center at 475 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA, 02130.
Morrison's is a rare combination of highly skilled professional service and warm personal attention. They know my name. They honor their estimates of time as well as cost. They are a small, independent business where every employee seems to take pride in doing an excellent job.
Andrea Clardy, 01/06/2022
Great service; you can tell they're not trying to nickel and dime ya.
Bruno Ribeiro, 12/29/2021
This is a very professionally run shop. The customer service area is the cleanest I have ever seen for an auto repair shop. The service reps are courteous, the work is done well & the communication is great. I am very pleased with Morrison's & will continue to use them.
Joseph Pedulla, 12/02/2021