Call Crabapple Automotive for GMC Repair Services
Repair and maintenance for all GMC make and models including:
- GMC Terrain
- GMC Canyon
- GMC Sierra
At Crabapple Automotive in Alpharetta we diagnose and repair GMC cars, trucks, and SUVs with precision. GMC is an offering from General Motors that blends performance and reliability into an affordable package. The GMC brand has become synonymous with engines that offer uncompromising, dependable power and torque. For many fleet owners their GMC trucks are important and reliable assets that allow them to get tough jobs done every day. Let Crabapple Automotive in Alpharetta keep your GMC running reliably by performing regular maintenance and repairs.
The GM family of vehicles often share parts with other GM brand vehicles, which means GMC vehicles can suffer from similar problems. Transmission, towing and drivetrain issues can arise without proper preventative maintenance. Regular oil changes and maintenance can greatly reduce high-cost auto repairs down the road.
The friendly staff members here at Crabapple Automotive, located in Alpharetta, 30004, are ready to handle any problems your GMC vehicle may encounter. From AC repair to transmission to drive train issues, our team of dedicated and knowledgeable technicians are experts on a wide array of repair and maintenance services tailored to your GMC.
Crabapple Automotive is ready to change your oil, recharge your AC, install a new battery, or give you an estimate on repairs. You'll be back on the road in no time with all repairs and maintenance completed. Not having a car can be a disruption but at Crabapple Automotive we work quickly to make sure you are not without a car for long. We are ready to service all your GMC vehicles. Give us a call at 770-696-1486 or visit our service center at 12265 Crabapple Road in Alpharetta, GA, 30004.
I used to live in this area and when I returned to buy a car I was happy to see this shop was still around. They did a pre-sale inspection for me, and were able to work me into their busy day. The cost was $139, and would include up to 3 cars to be inspected. To compare, the Toyota dealer was $160 per car and it's only a visual inspection. This was a great relief to know I could look at multiple cars without paying for each one. They did a thorough inspection and talked me through the whole thing. I was super impressed with their knowledge and dedication to doing a good job. I would trust them with other needs for my vehicle.
Do you remember when mechanics were the good guys? Truly loyal to their craft of automotive wizardry? When was the last time a "service writer" smiled (without deviously licking their chops), and made sustained eye contact with you when entering the facility? In movies they are helpful, honest, and dependable. Although in real life most interactions with the auto repair industry leave one with a sense of wonder, doubt, and the ever present, possible easy deception.... Have you ever encountered a mechanic or shop that told you what you need to do, what you should do and what you should save for? I know it's an easy concept, just think about it for a second..... Automotive enthusiasts aka repair technicians/mechanics know that your vehicle is an investment, not just a transportation device. In transportation safety is always paramount, so why not trust in people who see every vehicle as an extension of the customer (it is your baby after all) and treat it more like a doctor would a patient? With doctors, you make an appointment you walk in, they ask questions, and charge you $150 dollars. Then send you off to the next place for some testing, but you trust them because they have a large building, spotless uniforms and clean floors (dealerships). Why not take your baby/ investment to an automotive Dr. and shamen, who has the equivalent education of an 3 automotive PHD's (owner/ lead tech has ~40 years of successful businesses)! Long story short... I, myself am a mechanic and frequently take my children/ cars to his shop for all repairs. There is no greater remark possible in the auto repair industry than a referral!!! I guess this is mine. Thanks Grey! And remember, diagnostic fees are expected in all industries! You are paying for Dr's visit after all!