by - written on 23/12/10
Went to ATS Euromaster Oxford branch due to a rattling noise caused by a blowing silencer. Their mechanic had a look and said to me there was no problem in the exhaust system. Then he called their senior manager to have a look on the exhaust system. The mechanic then gave me a quote on a new exhaust system which costs £340. Brand new exhaust system is £70 in a local supplier. Luckily, my mate is a welder and done it in his garage.
by RD Snowden - written on 26/01/10
I have just paid£262 to have front disks and pads replaced on a Punto plus a cv boot and tracking.I found out later that a Fiat dealer was selling a special brake kit for £62!ATS do not try to get the best price for their customers and the manager would not contact the Fiat dealer and would not consider a reduction in the bill.I shall not use them again but use a local one man garage who relies on repeat business.
by - written on 17/11/09 (Very useful, 301 readings)
A very slooooow puncture could mean only one thing. A trip to civilisation to have it repaired. The nearest and in fact the only puncture repair place in the vicinity is a branch of ATS Euromaster located within a grade II listed building in a conservation area. Beautiful. Or at least its neighbours were. Still I wasn't here to admire ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/05/09 (Very useful, 670 readings)
**I would like to make it clear that this review is specifically about the ATS I visited in Welwyn Garden City, Herts and the services and products may vary from those reviewed depending on location ** *Personal Background* I drive a lot! I can easily cover 150+ miles a week for work as a community nurse and with having 3 ... Read the complete review
by Wendy Page - written on 13/04/07
Fitted my brakes incorrectly, leading to brake failure. Could easily have killed me. Complete lack of concern by the management of the branch when I had the car towed in by the AA. When I communicated with the company, they gave me a 25% off voucher on the next repair, which I will not (unsurprisingly) be using. Although the mechanic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/05 (Very useful, 2958 readings)
My car needed a new exhaust. It had a hole in it. The car was still drivable and had not yet reached the stage where everyone glares at you as you drive past them but it was at the stage where perhaps it would fall off on a drive from A to B. So my husband wrote down the car year, make and size and exactly what was needed so ... Read the complete review