Is it time to replace your engine?
At The Auto Repair Place in Boulder, CO, we know it isn’t always easy deciding what to do next when it comes to major engine repairs. Fortunately, that’s what we’re here for - to help you make the best decision for your situation.
If you drive a Mercedes, Subaru, Porsche, Land Rover, or other performance or luxury vehicle, you know that quality doesn’t typically come cheap. If your engine has officially kicked the bucket, there’s not much you can do besides replacing it - however, just because an engine is still running, doesn’t mean it’s not time to swap it out.
For example, you might be experiencing a bad oil consumption issue. The car still runs well, but it’s definitely only a matter of time before things take a turn for the worst. You could have it rebuilt - but that’s a time consuming, labor-intensive task, and parts and labor aren’t cheap. It’s likely that the repair will cost more than just replacing the engine altogether.
Besides the cost benefit, there are other things to consider as well. Turnaround on a replacement often only takes a couple of days, as opposed to at least a week or two to have one removed, repaired and reinstalled. By replacing the engine, you cut out the expensive and time-consuming stuff in the middle, and your car is back on the road in no time.
Plus, you get peace of mind knowing your engine is fresh and ready to go. There won’t be any surprises in the near future from other worn components, after you’ve just dumped thousands of dollars into an extensive repair.
If you think it might be time to get rid of an old, worn-out engine, let us know. Our expert technicians are here to help you make a decision that’s best for you.
No matter your repair or maintenance needs, we’ve got you covered. For the best performance and luxury vehicle service shop in Boulder, CO, call or stop by The Auto Repair Place today.
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