With our team’s vast experience in VW auto repair, we’re the best alternative to taking your car to a dealership. We offer dealer-level service with the personalized touch you’d expect from an independent shop, and our pricing is more affordable. We know your vehicle deserves individual attention, which is why our team of factory-trained mechanics is happy to design special maintenance packages specific to your Volkswagen’s needs.
We provide VW service for the entire line, including the Jetta, Passat, CC, Tiguan, GTI, Touareg, SportWagen, Eos, Beetle, and the Golf. We make it our business to ensure that when you bring your car into us that you and your vehicle receive the VW service you deserve.
It is crucial if you want to enjoy your Volkswagen in sunny Arizona for years, to get the maintenance and repairs on it done as soon as possible. Putting off either of those things can lead to extensive damage to your VW and cost you a pretty penny. So when you know it’s time for an oil change, or the tires haven’t been rotated in a while, bring it in. If you have had the unfortunate experience of being in a fender bender and things are running a little differently, bring your VW in and let us check it out.
Volkswagen Repair, Maintenance, and Performance Upgrades Near Me:
Conveniently located in North Scottsdale, Arizona Lusso Motorsports Group is Arizona's #1 auto shop for luxury, sport, and European made vehicles in Scottsdale, Arizona and the surrounding areas of Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills, McCormick Ranch, The Promenade, and DC Ranch.
Blue Volkswagen worked on by mechanics of Lusso Motorsports Group in Scottsdale, Arizona.
For much of the past decade, Volkswagen has been plagued with powertrain reliability issues in the high-volume four- and five-cylinder engines that power Passat, Jettas, and other VW products, according to Consumer Reports.
Volkswagen is an excellent brand that has had its ups and downs over the years. They don't last as long as some brands like Toyota, but you can expect this car to stick around. According to Motor Ask, a Volkswagen that is cared for properly should last 100,000 - 200,000 miles. Some have lasted far beyond that.
According to RepairPal, Volkswagen maintenance costs $772 per year, which slightly is above the industry-wide average of $752 annually.