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I have become a big fan of the Subie Guys, Islom and Rustam. Having just met them last summer, I am impressed with the quality, timeliness and cost of their work. Whatever your problem, you will find Islom and Rustam to be honest, straightforward and reliable. The Subie Guys have made repairs on my 2002 Outback and my fiance's 2005 Outback. They have "package" pricing which is VERY economical, especially when compared to Subaru dealerships. As stated on their business card, they will beat any written estimate by 15%. In my case, I think I beat the 15% threshold and even walked away with a couple of extras free of charge. Can't beat that! Furthermore, I have found two great friends that always entertain my questions and even provide me with advice should I want to make minor repairs on my own. I don't know what to say other than: "I'M IMPRESSED!" Keep up the great work, Subie Guys, and know that I am available to make recommendations to your potential customers whenever needed. Best wishes for continued success at Subie Auto Repairs.

Mr. Fred

Denver, CO

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We found our Subaru repair shop!! Honest guys. My daughters 2006 Subaru Forester was making really strange noises. I found Subie on yelp and glad I did. I spoke with other and could hear the cash registers zinging in the background. The Subie guys drove it and changed a belt and the power steering pump…$250 ($600 at dealer). I would never have guessed that solution so somebody else could have replaced a lot of stuff and we would never have been the wiser. They know their stuff. Try them out.

Hank

Gaithersburg, MD

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These guys are easy to deal with. No frills and low key. They've got used parts laying around the shop if you are not interested in investing a lot of money in your old subie, but also had some newer subaru vehicles in there too. I sat in the garage talking with them as they diagnosed and worked on my Outback. I got the impression their first priority was saving me money instead of replacing every single part that may or may not go bad in the next 20K miles.

Brendan M.

Englewood, CO

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Needed a new timing belt on my 99 subi, everyone i called for a "quote" would be all wishy washy and would not give a real number. I was getting ranges from 6-8 hundred dollars with the "if we need to add a new water pump, idler, ect….. it could be a couple hundred dollars more. Found these guys on craigslist and they stated "$445 INCLUDING WATER PUMP AND THERMOSTAT, RADIATOR FLUSH, DRIVE BELTS" Thats an incredible price. I did that and put new brakes on the front (new pads and rotors) and a oil change and tire rotation, all that and out the door in 3 hours with a grand total of $535. Saved me about 5 hundred dollars. Super nice guys, when you call the number a guy named matt answers and he didnt say "subi repair" just a heads up if you think you called the wrong number.

They also showed me all the parts they replaced, and i also checked it out when i got home, everything as advertised .

Mike G.

Denver, CO

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These guys are GREAT with Subarus. That's the bottom line. I paid $700.00 less with these guys than at a nearby competitor who shall remain nameless. They did great work, saved the old parts to show me. They did a head gasket job along with all the things it entails, like a thermostat, water pump, timing belt, hey why not, the engine is already out of the car right? They also replaced a broken front axle while they were at it. I couldn't be happier.

Jeffrey N.

Denver, CO

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