Buick Maintenance That Goes the Extra Mile…

Dawson_Euro_020-151178-edited-761340-edited-252101-edited.jpgAspen Auto Clinic invests in the tools , information systems and training to fix your vehicle right the first time. Ford’s, Chevy’s, Dodge’s, Chrysler’s, GMC’s, Mercury’s, Buick’s, Jeep’s, and Cadillac’s are repaired and maintained at better than dealer quality every day at Aspen Auto Clinic. If you want honesty, quality, integrity, world class customer service, and an unmatched 3 year, 36,000 warranty, then call us today.

Better Than Dealership Service…

When it comes to your Buick, you want the very best. Aspen Auto Clinic only hires the best ASE certified technicians when it comes to your Buick repair. Aspen Auto Clinic is Colorado Springs most trusted name in automotive service and repair of all brands of domestic vehicles. Our technicians are nothing short of “Field engineers” that not only know how to properly repair your vehicle, they know what needs to be done to keep them on the road safely!

The Longest Warranties in the Business

Aspen Auto Clinic stands behind our repairs with a 3 year/36,000 mile warranty on part AND labor that is unmatched. Aspen Auto Clinic is the logical choice for Buick repair in both Colorado Springs and Denver.  Whether you need service, tuneups, or Buick maintenance, there is no better destination than the prestige experts at Aspen Auto Clinic!

 

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Buick Facts

Buick is the oldest of the American automobile manufacturers and one of the oldest in the world. A few prototype models were made from 1899 to 1902, and the brand was incorporated in 1903 in Detroit. Buick’s early success resulted partly from its valve-in-head engine. The 1904 Buick held a flat-twin engine, a type of engine that is balanced by design, and which was mounted between the front and rear axles. Though early GM manufacturers competed against each other, GM founder William Durant put a stop to it in favor of another approach. His idea was to have each division of GM target one class of buyer. Buick was to be the penultimate level, second only to Cadillac, and this is the position on the prestige ladder that Buick still occupies today. Starting in 2005, Buick began consolidating its offerings, with only three models sold in the U.S. But Buick quelled speculation of its possible demise in January 2009 by unveiling the 2010 LaCrosse sedan.