Often overlooked when it comes to European cars, Volkswagen has become one of the most popular brands in the world. Combining the performance and luxury of a European car with a more affordable price tag, Volkswagen offers drivers the best of both worlds. Yet, neglecting service and maintenance appointments can quickly make it very expensive to take care of your car. To continue to enjoy the best your Volkswagen has to offer, it’s important that you follow your model’s annual maintenance program. While dealerships can be time consuming and expensive, Masters European & Japanese Auto Repair is here to help. Since 1978 we’ve been Mill Valley’s go-to shop for all Volkswagen services and repairs.
Our state of the art shop is fully equipped with all the latest factory-grade tools and equipment. Combined with our ASE certified mechanics, we’re able to offer the most complete and comprehensive services possible for your VW. With over 50 years of experience working on these vehicles, we’re confident in our ability to get the job done fast and done right. We also offer an unconditional 2-year/24,000-mile warranty on all services to further guarantee your satisfaction.
Mill Valley’s #1 Volkswagen service center since 1978, Masters European & Japanese Auto Repair is also the go-to shop for drivers in:
If your Volkswagen is due for service, please call or visit our shop today. Our friendly staff and knowledgeable technicians are here to assist you with any questions you have or to schedule your next maintenance appointment.
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