German Motors of Mesa employs "expert" technicians to repair your New Beetle, Golf, Jetta, Rabbit, GTI, GLI, Passat, CC, Tiguan, Touareg, Tiguan, Eos, Routan, Eurovan, and Vanagon. Together we bring almost 70 years of experience to fix your Volkswagen right, fast and affordable.
We define an Expert as a person who has special skill and knowledge in their field, trained by practice, experienced, proficient, a master of his craft
So while there are 100,000-s of professional technicians, And there are 1000's who specialize in VW repair, There are very few Experts, We ARE Experts in our craft of VW repair!!
What this means to you is we make computer diagnostic problems seem easy, which saves you time and money
Nathan, our assistant manager has been with us since 2000, after completing advanced auto shop at Mesa High School, he was personally trained by Dave and is a first rate VW technician.
We ARE Experts in our craft of VW repair!!
In 1984, German Motors of Mesa was born. Dave has combined the best of both worlds. The latest in tools and equipment, the best and most current repair information (a must on today's computer driven vehicles), and personal customer service. To this, he now can add 30 years of experience service VW's.
He started working on VW's at the age of 16 at his father's shop, Don's Beetle Shop, in Detroit, MI. Working closely with his Dad, Dave learned the ins and outs of air-cooled VW repairs, but more importantly, learned that personal service was the key to success in any business. Being honest and treating customers fairly is essential to long-term success and making a quick buck is a poor way to do business.
In 1982, Dave moved to Phoenix and started working at a local VW dealership. He was both amazed and disgusted by what he saw at the dealer. He was amazed by the great diagnostic equipment and access to proper repair information that the dealer afforded, and right away became the top water-cooled diagnostician. He was, however, disgusted by the poor customer service. Customers were treated like numbers, dollars to be harvested that day and then swept aside. He vowed to open his own shop one day.