I can also second EUROPEAN MOTOR WORKS....I went there for service as well. John is awesome too. EMA or THE M SHOP are the two BMW shops in LA I would go to.SergioK said:Depending upon where you are in the LA basin:
John Norris at GT Int'l
2221 Colby Ave, Los Angeles, CA
European Motor Works
86 W Live Oak Ave, Arcadia, CA
(626) 445-6600 (ask for John)
South Bay Independent
18020 S Vermont Ave, Gardena, CA
(310) 532-3145 (ask for Wah)
i use Bullet also, good shopBart001 said:I'd be really surprised to find an independent shop that offers loaner cars. I usually just call Enterprise car rental -- very cheap way to get a car for a day.
My son uses Bullet in Orange County. At least they will give him a ride home or to the mall or to school when his car is there.
AsianImage said:Ask for Joe at THE M SHOP in Eagle Rock, CA.
The M Shop, BMW & Mini auto repair
5041 Eagle Rock Blvd, Los Angeles, 90041
contact them at :1 323 257-5773 ---
He does all my work. Really nice, fair and NOT A CROOK. He may not be the cheapest, but he will not rip you off.
I go to:tmoorehe said:Hey Folks,
I'm new to this site and was wondering if someone might help me out. I'm looking for a good and reasonable BMW mechanic to work on my 1997 528i BMW in the los angeles area. Any recommendations would be appreciated. Thanks in advance for the help.
No personal experience, but I've heard this place highly recommended by several people in the SFV. http://www.bimmersclinicinc.com/2006330i said:Are there any in the SFV? My car's brand new, but I'd like to get an oil change prior to the scheduled interval and I really don't trust the "quick lube" type places (and don't want the hassle of the dealer).