Blazer Automotive

★★★★★
  • 3718 S Broadway

    Englewood, CO 80113

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  • 303-722-3032

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Monday: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM; Tuesday: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM; Wednesday: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM; Thursday: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM; Friday: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM; Saturday: Closed; Sunday: Closed

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Save yourself......don't go here!!!!!!! Horrible service!!!!! The owner of Blazer Automotive., Larry Blazer hung up on me without trying to fix my issue after complaining. It started with me buying a beautiful 06 Passat. A few months into

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Save yourself......don't go here!!!!!!! Horrible service!!!!! The owner of Blazer Automotive., Larry Blazer hung up on me without trying to fix my issue after complaining. It started with me buying a beautiful 06 Passat. A few months into

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I came in a few days before labor day and they were swamped. I needed work done on my '64 Beetle. When I dropped it off Larry wasn't sure he could get to it that day, which I was fine with. He called me right after I got back home and

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I came in a few days before labor day and they were swamped. I needed work done on my '64 Beetle. When I dropped it off Larry wasn't sure he could get to it that day, which I was fine with. He called me right after I got back home and

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I took my Jetta in to Blazer on a referral from a friend. From the moment I walked in I knew this place was going to be trouble, but I needed the work done and did not know of any other VW mechanics in Denver. First, the shop is a complete mess and is dirty. Second my car set at this shop for 5 days as these "mechanics" could not figure out the problem. Third, I had to take may car back three times as the problem was never fixed. I took my car to another VW shop I found online and the problem was fixed in two hours. I spent $800 + at Blazer only to spend $165.00 more to have the problem solved.

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★☆☆☆☆

I took my Jetta in to Blazer on a referral from a friend. From the moment I walked in I knew this place was going to be trouble, but I needed the work done and did not know of any other VW mechanics in Denver. First, the shop is a complete mess and is dirty. Second my car set at this shop for 5 days as these "mechanics" could not figure out the problem. Third, I had to take may car back three times as the problem was never fixed. I took my car to another VW shop I found online and the problem was fixed in two hours. I spent $800 + at Blazer only to spend $165.00 more to have the problem solved.

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I've had 4 VWs in my 45 years in the various states I've lived. I worked at a VW shop as a teenager. Blazer is what a VW shop is supposed to be. If you own or have read "How to Keep Your Volkswagen Alive : A Manual of Step-By-Step Procedures for the Complete Idiot", you will feel as if you've walked into the pages of it when you walk into this shop off of Broadway. (And, if you own a VW, you should own that book). In this day and age of "McAuto" shops, it is refreshing to trust my Vdub to Blazer.

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★★★★★

I've had 4 VWs in my 45 years in the various states I've lived. I worked at a VW shop as a teenager. Blazer is what a VW shop is supposed to be. If you own or have read "How to Keep Your Volkswagen Alive : A Manual of Step-By-Step Procedures for the Complete Idiot", you will feel as if you've walked into the pages of it when you walk into this shop off of Broadway. (And, if you own a VW, you should own that book). In this day and age of "McAuto" shops, it is refreshing to trust my Vdub to Blazer.

Pros: Expertise, honesty, and they CARE about your VW

Cons: Not a thing

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I have taken my Jetta in a few times now and each time my experience has been great. My last trip to Blazer was because I thought my clutch broke and needed to be replaced. I was all set to shell out quite a bit. Being the honest mechanic that he is (I think his name is Larry), he notified me that it was just a cable and would cost pretty much next to nothing.
Furthermore, when I needed body work, he gave me an excellent referral: Bill at 720-394-6163, who too, was very thorough, knowledgeable, friendly, and reasonably priced.
I feel lucky to have found these two shops to service my Jetta!

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★★★★★

I have taken my Jetta in a few times now and each time my experience has been great. My last trip to Blazer was because I thought my clutch broke and needed to be replaced. I was all set to shell out quite a bit. Being the honest mechanic that he is (I think his name is Larry), he notified me that it was just a cable and would cost pretty much next to nothing.
Furthermore, when I needed body work, he gave me an excellent referral: Bill at 720-394-6163, who too, was very thorough, knowledgeable, friendly, and reasonably priced.
I feel lucky to have found these two shops to service my Jetta!

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Ever since I purchased my used '91 Vanagon six years ago, I've brought it to Larry and his crew at Blazer Automotive. While it has been a reasonably reliable van (cross my fingers, knock on wood), whenever something is even slightly amiss, I call these guys. They know these vans SO well that I can usually explain the symptoms over the phone and get an idea of what could be happening. On a few occasions, they were able to tell me what the problem was definitively and give me a price for repair. They have always been accurate with the repair estimate and honest about things that MIGHT pop up in their diagnosis. I recently replaced my clutch on the Van (not bad after 240K miles) and priced it at other shops. They were not the lowest (by about $100), but I took it there anyway because the Vanagon is an odd bird and they know exactly what to do. As the other reviewer noted, the facility is far from white-glove clean. In fact, the waiting room is filled with dirty old car seats, disorganized papers, and van/vw "art" -- I recommend dropping of the vehicle and coming back later. Bottom line, they know what they are doing and don't overcharge their customers.

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★★★★★

Ever since I purchased my used '91 Vanagon six years ago, I've brought it to Larry and his crew at Blazer Automotive. While it has been a reasonably reliable van (cross my fingers, knock on wood), whenever something is even slightly amiss, I call these guys. They know these vans SO well that I can usually explain the symptoms over the phone and get an idea of what could be happening. On a few occasions, they were able to tell me what the problem was definitively and give me a price for repair. They have always been accurate with the repair estimate and honest about things that MIGHT pop up in their diagnosis. I recently replaced my clutch on the Van (not bad after 240K miles) and priced it at other shops. They were not the lowest (by about $100), but I took it there anyway because the Vanagon is an odd bird and they know exactly what to do. As the other reviewer noted, the facility is far from white-glove clean. In fact, the waiting room is filled with dirty old car seats, disorganized papers, and van/vw "art" -- I recommend dropping of the vehicle and coming back later. Bottom line, they know what they are doing and don't overcharge their customers.

Pros: Heavily experienced in VW Vanagons -- know what they are talking about/doing!

Cons: Dirty waiting room and facility overall

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I do not have alot of experience with repair/ service shops in the US (and the experinces I have had are grim - cocky, arrogant staff who make you feel like you are being ripped off).. The guys at Blazer don't try to charm you but they certainly are knowlegable about all thing VW/ Audi.. I shopped around to see how much my timing belt replacement on my 99 Passat would cost (a big job) and their quote was about $750, the cheapest in a range that topped out at $1100! The quote also matched the final price. They gave me a list of things that could be done and recommended which ones were necessary and which were not (the most expensive one was actually not necessary.) However, if you want a nice clean waiting room and are prepared to pay for it, then you should go elsewhere! This place is old skool and knows it!! Enjoy.

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★★★★★

I do not have alot of experience with repair/ service shops in the US (and the experinces I have had are grim - cocky, arrogant staff who make you feel like you are being ripped off).. The guys at Blazer don't try to charm you but they certainly are knowlegable about all thing VW/ Audi.. I shopped around to see how much my timing belt replacement on my 99 Passat would cost (a big job) and their quote was about $750, the cheapest in a range that topped out at $1100! The quote also matched the final price. They gave me a list of things that could be done and recommended which ones were necessary and which were not (the most expensive one was actually not necessary.) However, if you want a nice clean waiting room and are prepared to pay for it, then you should go elsewhere! This place is old skool and knows it!! Enjoy.

Pros: Knowlegable, honest,

Cons: no waiting area (for those who want it!)

 

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