Came in for a routine service on our 2006 Saab Convertible. It's always a good experience. The staff did the work they were asked to do, and they pointed out some potential problems I might experience down the road for a car of this vintage. They made no attempt to upsell me on doing the work now, but provided an estimate for the future. Prices were fair and they always do the work right the first time. Getting a car wash was just a bonus.
We took our car back after several successful visits for a slightly rough idle. Euroworks charged me over 500 dollars for sparkplug wires, air suction hoses and other items they thought were causing the problem then said they weren't sure what was causing the problem but that I would need to spend 3000 dollars to try and fix it. I took my car back paid the 500 and got it back with even a rougher idle than when i first took it in. Additionally they overfilled the radiator overflow bottle..... They may be cheaper than the dealer but are they better?