At Independent Motors, we fully service and repair Nissan Cars, Trucks, SUVs and Vans/Mini Vans from 1996 to new vehicles, including:
To better serve the needs of our Boulder area customers, we’ve developed expert skills at maintaining the safety, mechanics, performance and durability of the entire line of Nissan vehicles. Here’s more to ease your mind:
Each Nissan has its own character, strengths and weaknesses. And while Nissan comes pretty darn close to perfect, we’ve become experts at finding and making some of the most common Nissan repairs.
NISSAN REPAIRS & COSTS: Repairing your vehicle can be expensive, especially if the recommended maintenance has been neglected. We help you cut costs by keeping up on all the maintenance schedules and prioritizing repairs that need immediate attention versus ones that can wait. By sourcing the best parts for the money and by providing the best Nissan technicians to work on your car, we save you money. As a result, our pricing is highly competitive. We know that at times cost for anyone can be an issue, but we find solutions to keep your costs down.
NISSAN PARTS: We normally use original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts, but only when they are cost-efficient. Otherwise, we can source an equally durable aftermarket part. That’s right, we will always help save you money.
Being informed with getting accurate information is crucial when you’re about to purchase or repair your Nissan. You want assurance that your Nissan enters a reputable, knowledgeable and reliable auto repair facility. The mechanics at Independent Motors are backed by years of experience and specialized expertise to answer Nissan repair and maintenance questions.
A: One or more of the ignition coils is misfiring, so we replace coils to ensure your vehicle runs smoothly on the highway or in the city.
A: The exhaust manifolds tend to warp leaking exhaust gas.
A: Quite often the tire sizes Nissan offers are considered sporty sizes, i.e., they are tires that are designed to match the handling capabilities of the vehicle they are going on. Those sport tires are designed more for handling and speed than longevity.
A: Nissan vehicles sometimes go through window regulators more than many other models, and this is common.
A: The axle boots are worn causing the CV joints to wear. No worries, this is common and fixable.
A: The lateral links that hold the rear axles in place are worn causing them to shift.
A: The timing belt is stretched and needs to be replaced, which we can take care of at a competitive cost.
A: When the driveshaft center carrier bearing is worn, Nissan vehicles can potentially have one or more of thousands of different trouble codes stored when the CEL comes on.
Need a Nissan mechanic to give it the care & service it needs? There’s only one number to call in Boulder, CO!
Call Independent Motors today: 303.449.8949
Nissan repair for Boulder County, Longmont, Louisville, Lafayette, Erie, Niwot and Nederland, Colorado.