Volkswagen Service & Repair in Portland, OR serving Milwaukie, Sunnyside, Gladstone, Gresham, Woodstock, Oak Grove, Happy Valley, Clackamas, OR
Volkswagen Automotive Service & Repair Shop in Portland, OR
Volkswagen is a German automobile manufacturer, and the third largest automaker in the world. They build some of the highest quality and most popular cars in the world.
It is amazing how many people don’t take their vehicles to a mechanic for regular maintenance. Scheduling preventative maintenance and repairs for your Volkswagen can greatly increase its performance and its lifespan. One of our specialties at K&M Auto Service is performing thorough and diligent 40-point inspections for Volkswagen vehicles. The purpose of these inspections is to make sure that your Volkswagen is performing up to its full potential, and also to prevent unexpected breakdowns or repairs.
Volkswagen Repair, Maintenance & Services
Some of the scheduled maintenance & services that your Volkswagen car, truck or SUV may need include:
- Oil Changes
- Tune Ups
- Radiator – Coolant/Antifreeze Change/Flush
- Air Filter Replacement
- A/C – Air Conditioning
- Wheel/Tire Alignment
- Timing Belt Replacement
- Brake Inspection/Check (Brakes replaced if needed)
- Exhaust & Muffler Repair & Service
Our team of expert mechanics has been doing work on all kinds of Volkswagens for years, and they have the technology and the know-how to find and fix any problem your Volkswagen may be experiencing.
Our Volkswagen repair shop is located in Portland, OR, and we also serve the following areas: Milwaukie, Sunnyside, Gladstone, Gresham, Woodstock and surrounding areas.
Let us show you why we are the premier Volkswagen automotive repair shop in Portland Click here to contact us, or call our 2820 SE 50th Ave shop at (503) 235-1485, or our 1561 SE 122nd Ave at (503) 257-9667.
Schedule an appointment for your next Volkswagen service or repair today!
A Brief History of Volkswagen
Volkswagen was founded in Germany in 1937 with the goal of producing a car “for the people” that was affordable and small yet could still transport a family.
Using Ferdinand Porsche’s design, Hitler ordered that an affordable car be made so that Germans could enjoy the same access to cars that Americans did at the time. WWII would put a stop to that, and soon VW was producing vehicles for the German military. The Allies took control of the VW factory in 1945, and a British general decided to use it to produce Type I’s, or Beetles, for the British army. Slowly but surely the VW Beetle gained fame and popularity in the late 40’s and 50’s. In 1972, VW hit the 15 million mark for Beetles produced. In 1974 VW rolled out the Golf, which has become one of the most popular cars in the world.
VW spends a huge amount of money on research and development, which is why it is at the forefront of safety and CO2 emissions innovation, and also why it is the third largest automaker in the world.