European Car Repair Culver City

West Los Angeles European Car Specialist

For the last three decades, the European car repair experts at Automed Car Care have been providing West Los Angeles area customers with the best service experience. We offer a full scope of European auto repair services, including oil changes, fluid checks, brake and transmission repair, steering, suspension upgrades, tune-ups, smog checks, etc. We are your real dealer alternative, so confident in the quality of our services that we provide with a 12-month/12k-mile guarantee.

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European Auto Repair Culver City CA

Our mechanics have the experience, expertise, skills and certification for Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Audi, VW, Porsche, Mini, Land Rover, Jaguar, Volvo, Saab, and Fiat repairs. Rest assured knowing your car is repaired according to the manufacturer specifications and with only OEM parts and fluids.

Proudly serving the communities of Culver City and West Los Angeles for more than 30 years.

Popular European Auto Repair Services

Our Culver City-based European car shop provides comprehensive maintenance and repair services, such as:

  • Factory Scheduled Services;
  • Computerized Diagnostic Checks;
  • Heating & AC Control;
  • Engine Diagnostic Service;
  • Engine Rebuild & Repair;
  • Oil Changes;
  • Pre-Buyer’s Inspections;
  • Electrical Diagnostics;
  • Exhaust & Catalytic Converters;
  • Cooling System Inspections;
  • Fuel Injection;
  • Control Module Coding & Programming;
  • Regular Maintenance & Tune-Ups;
  • Brakes & Suspension Work;
  • Clutch & Transmission Repair;
  • Valve Work.
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Why Choose Our European Car Service in Culver City, CA?

Our mission is to provide best-in-class customer service and satisfaction by ensuring the industry’s highest standards from our service departments. Since European cars require specialized tools and knowledge, our center is fully equipped with the latest technologies. Our factory-trained technicians are highly skilled at their trade to provide the utmost quality car service work for our customers.

  • Certified European Car Mechanic;
  • Save up to 40% Compared to Dealer;
  • We use OEM Parts and Lube;
  • Dealer Level Car Diagnostic;
  • Pick up & Drop-off Service;
  • ACE-Certified Staff;
  • 30+ Years of Experience;
  • Customer-Focused Service;
  • Family-Owned and Operated Company;
  • Affordable Prices and Professionalism;
  • Bright, Clean Waiting Area;
  • Free Wi-Fi and Complimentary Coffee;
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Cynthia K. Culver City

I take my BMW all the time. This place is amazing fantastic work andgets it done quickly.
Brian, Abe and all the staff is awesome and friendly.
I highly recommend them.

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European Car Maintenance & Service FAQs

What is the Difference in Service Costs with European Vehicles Compared to Domestic Brands?

The cost of services often depends. As you’re driving a luxury car, you’ll find that costs on selected parts and services might be higher than a traditional brand. Still, it often comes down to what’s needed and the quality you get from your service center. We’re here to provide high-level European brand auto care in cost-effective ways.

Why should I service my car?

Your vehicle must be serviced at regular intervals. Not only is it dangerous to drive a car that has not been checked to be mechanically sound – a car left un-serviced can lead to more damage. Routine car servicing and maintenance can prevent unnecessary wear and tear, keep it running in optimal condition and out of the car graveyard.

How often should I take my European Vehicle in for maintenance?

Every vehicle is different, and each make and model should come with a manual that includes how often your car should be serviced. On average, this is every 15—30k miles. However, if your European vehicle is your prized possession and you do not use much, you should bring it in annually even if it does not reach over 10,000 miles per year.

Does it matter where I take my European car for service?

Yes, it does. A certified professional mechanic must undergo continual training in the latest systems and proficient use of state-of-the-art equipment to test the electronics that control most cars’ functions and enable diagnosis and prognoses of complex problems.