Garber Automotive Inc Pro Mechanics for Japanese cars, SUVs, and trucks
Bring your Honda to Garber Automotive Inc and we will guarantee your car is handled by those who care deeply about your car and repairing it quickly and efficiently. Our technicians in Lawrence, have a wealth of knowledge about Honda's history and maintenance.
Honda, the Japanese automaker that's delighted us with the S2000, Del Sol and countless other cars over the years is a staple in dependable motoring. The Japanese automaker is known for its reliability and durability, making its models some of the best-selling in their class. Combining simplicity with great engineering, Honda has carved out a sizable bit of market share with its cars. If your Honda needs maintenance or repairs, visit Garber Automotive Inc in Lawrence, for great service you can trust.
As reliable as Honda is, small problems do crop up from time to time if a car is not properly maintained. On some models, issues with the transmission have cropped up though Honda has often recalled vehicles with these issues. Many problems are relegated to interior durability over the age of the car - which is expected when one uses a car almost every day.
At Garber Automotive Inc, our staff of highly-trained technicians has a wealth of Honda repair and maintenance knowledge. We're conveniently located in Lawrence, KS , 66049, and our staff is waiting to assist you. Please, call us or visit us. We're waiting to answer your questions.
Reliable Honda Repairs at Affordable Prices
Friendliness is one area our staff excels greatly at and something we here at Garber Automotive Inc pride ourselves on. Our Honda repair and maintenance technicians will get you and your car back on the road quickly. You can give us a call at 785-856-7838 to schedule an appointment or have your questions answered.
These guys are great! They always take the time to explain the problem and repair in an easily understandable matter. They are even professional enough to keep a straight face when I brought my Jeep in with a stripped oil plug I had "fixed" with duct tape.