When it comes to the care and service of your car or truck, you’d like to have the assurance of an honest, certified technician working on your vehicle. The Import Doctors are your expert technicians.
An alternative to the franchise dealership, the Import Doctors provides quality repairs, maintenance and expert service for your Asian import, without the high markup you can expect from a dealership. Our service can save you up to 40%, or more, off what you would pay at the dealership.
Experience and Training:
Owners Dave Goddard and Shayne Cattron have over 75 years of combined experience. Our team of ASE Certified and Master Technicians have been factory trained and all service and maintenance provided are in accordance with factory recommendations and specifications. We ensure our work WILL NOT void your factory warranty.
Quality Parts and Repairs:
We use the highest quality parts and fluids to keep your vehicle running smoothly. We will not sacrifice safety with inferior products. When your car is serviced by the Import Doctors, you will drive safely with the peace of mind that your vehicle has be repaired properly with the highest quality parts by top quality technicians. It is just one more reason why we GUARANTEE OUR WORK.
- Exhaust Systems
- Front and Rear End Work
- Transmission Service
- Oil & Lube
- Scheduled Maintenance
- Computer Diagnostics
- And more!
At the Import Doctors, we make it a point to offer each customer personal, friendly service. You will always have the opportunity to speak to an owner. And we will always treat each customer fairly and speak in terms that you can clearly understand, to prevent any miscommunication. We welcome any questions you may have regarding your car or truck.
We Service the following models:
4520 N. Clinton St.
Fort Wayne, IN 46825-5875
Toll free: (877) 481-9222
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