Whether it’s the added safety of a Land Rover or the fact that they drive as good off-road as they do on them, drivers have counted on Land Rover vehicles for years. Land Rovers offer the best of both worlds: the high-performance of a European car combined with the safety and durability of an SUV. Blending all these traits and characteristics together, Land Rovers also have a high standard when it comes to service and maintenance. Drivers need to know that their car is kept in proper condition so that they can continue to trust that they can count on their car. At Masters European & Japanese Auto Repair we offer Land Rover owners throughout the Mill Valley area an affordable, reliable dealership alternative.
At Masters European & Japanese Auto Repair, our mechanics have decades of experience working with Land Rover vehicles. Family owned and operated since day one, we handle everything your car needs including:
Our shop uses the same factory-grade tools and equipment as the dealerships to ensure quality, accurate services with every visit. Our mechanics & technicians will work closely with you to design service plans that suit your car’s needs and your budget. You can always drive with confidence as we back all services and repairs with our unconditional 2-year/24,000-mile warranty.
Located in Mill Valley, Masters European & Japanese Auto Repair is the go-to shop for drivers in surrounding areas including:
If your Land Rover is due for service or to schedule your car’s next appointment, please call or visit our shop today. Our friendly staff of mechanics & technicians are always here to help you get the best from your car.
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