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Vega Baja Auto Repair

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(201) 222-3755
1428 Willow Ave
Hoboken, NJ 07030
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randolfe wicker

My '87 Silverado pick-up truck wouldn't start. I picked Luna Baja after reading online reviews. The only negative review seemed to be focused on the fact Spanish was spoken. A repair shop I'd used before, which I felt really 'stuck it to me' had gotten a red flag from the Better Business Bureau for failure to answer customer complaints. The AAA tow truck driver said Vega Baja was "O.K." but he preferred another nearby repair shop slightly more. I was less than impressed seeing this small garage which didn't even have it's own parking lot attached. They were very accommodating. My vehicle is an old 1987 clunker which i only drive to Shoprite & Walmart. I've had it since 1989 & have been waiting for it to die for several years. 5 miles per gallon in the city & my fear of taking it out on longer trips keeps my mileage to an unbelievable 250-500 miles annually. I just keep it year to year so I have access to a vehicle. I expected my timing/ignition problem would make repairing it impractical. Fortunately, an older vehicle like mine doesn't have the expensive computer-timing set-ups found in later cars & trucks. I knew I needed to have a headlight replaced. Last time round, at a "certified" Chevy repair center on Rte 440 (now closed-for good reason) I'd paid $100 for just that. Despite it's age, my truck only has 54,000 miles on it. Age is it's greatest enemy, not mileage. Full disclosure. I'm writing from memory since this all happened over a year ago. They gave me a surprisingly inexpensive estimate of around $200 & said they'd see what the problem was with the headlights. I was sure I'd replaced the burned out one just a year earlier. The young mechanic, who built/rebuilt sportscars, fell into casual conversation. It may or may not have been a "sales pitch" but he assured me the 1987 Chevy Silverado was one of those vehicles that would "not die" & were fairly simple to repair...that he knew a couple friends in PR who owned the same year and model. It was his obvious passion for his work, auto repair, which impressed me the most. After examining the truck, they said I was mistaken about which headlight had been replaced. I needed a new headlight & to replace some corroded connections...all of which cost me less than the price I'd been charged for a headlight alone at the other place. I was very pleased with their work & found their charges surprisingly reasonable. I resolved to write this review at the time but went home & failed to do it. A few months later, my vehicle failed inspection because the transmission gear-shifting was "loose". I was sure, this WAS the end. Vega Baja told me they didn't do that kind of work but referred me to someone they considered good for such work in Bayonne. I went there & was amazed to discover after something like a $30 inspection fee that I simply needed the gears tightened--which brought the total cost to something like $129. I'm shopping for a new used vehicle & I'll trust Vega Baja with it.

randolfe wicker

My '87 Silverado pick-up truck wouldn't start. I picked Luna Baja after reading online reviews. The only negative review seemed to be focused on the fact Spanish was spoken. A repair shop I'd used before, which I felt really 'stuck it to me' had gotten a red flag from the Better Business Bureau for failure to answer customer complaints. The AAA tow truck driver said Vega Baja was "O.K." but he preferred another nearby repair shop slightly more. I was less than impressed seeing this small garage which didn't even have it's own parking lot attached. They were very accommodating. My vehicle is an old 1987 clunker which i only drive to Shoprite & Walmart. I've had it since 1989 & have been waiting for it to die for several years. 5 miles per gallon in the city & my fear of taking it out on longer trips keeps my mileage to an unbelievable 250-500 miles annually. I just keep it year to year so I have access to a vehicle. I expected my timing/ignition problem would make repairing it impractical. Fortunately, an older vehicle like mine doesn't have the expensive computer-timing set-ups found in later cars & trucks. I knew I needed to have a headlight replaced. Last time round, at a "certified" Chevy repair center on Rte 440 (now closed-for good reason) I'd paid $100 for just that. Despite it's age, my truck only has 54,000 miles on it. Age is it's greatest enemy, not mileage. Full disclosure. I'm writing from memory since this all happened over a year ago. They gave me a surprisingly inexpensive estimate of around $200 & said they'd see what the problem was with the headlights. I was sure I'd replaced the burned out one just a year earlier. The young mechanic, who built/rebuilt sportscars, fell into casual conversation. It may or may not have been a "sales pitch" but he assured me the 1987 Chevy Silverado was one of those vehicles that would "not die" & were fairly simple to repair...that he knew a couple friends in PR who owned the same year and model. It was his obvious passion for his work, auto repair, which impressed me the most. After examining the truck, they said I was mistaken about which headlight had been replaced. I needed a new headlight & to replace some corroded connections...all of which cost me less than the price I'd been charged for a headlight alone at the other place. I was very pleased with their work & found their charges surprisingly reasonable. I resolved to write this review at the time but went home & failed to do it. A few months later, my vehicle failed inspection because the transmission gear-shifting was "loose". I was sure, this WAS the end. Vega Baja told me they didn't do that kind of work but referred me to someone they considered good for such work in Bayonne. I went there & was amazed to discover after something like a $30 inspection fee that I simply needed the gears tightened--which brought the total cost to something like $129. I'm shopping for a new used vehicle & I'll trust Vega Baja with it.

randolfe wicker

My '87 Silverado pick-up truck wouldn't start. I picked Luna Baja after reading online reviews. The only negative review seemed to be focused on the fact Spanish was spoken. A repair shop I'd used before, which I felt really 'stuck it to me' had gotten a red flag from the Better Business Bureau for failure to answer customer complaints. The AAA tow truck driver said Vega Baja was "O.K." but he preferred another nearby repair shop slightly more. I was less than impressed seeing this small garage which didn't even have it's own parking lot attached. They were very accommodating. My vehicle is an old 1987 clunker which i only drive to Shoprite & Walmart. I've had it since 1989 & have been waiting for it to die for several years. 5 miles per gallon in the city & my fear of taking it out on longer trips keeps my mileage to an unbelievable 250-500 miles annually. I just keep it year to year so I have access to a vehicle. I expected my timing/ignition problem would make repairing it impractical. Fortunately, an older vehicle like mine doesn't have the expensive computer-timing set-ups found in later cars & trucks. I knew I needed to have a headlight replaced. Last time round, at a "certified" Chevy repair center on Rte 440 (now closed-for good reason) I'd paid $100 for just that. Despite it's age, my truck only has 54,000 miles on it. Age is it's greatest enemy, not mileage. Full disclosure. I'm writing from memory since this all happened over a year ago. They gave me a surprisingly inexpensive estimate of around $200 & said they'd see what the problem was with the headlights. I was sure I'd replaced the burned out one just a year earlier. The young mechanic, who built/rebuilt sportscars, fell into casual conversation. It may or may not have been a "sales pitch" but he assured me the 1987 Chevy Silverado was one of those vehicles that would "not die" & were fairly simple to repair...that he knew a couple friends in PR who owned the same year and model. It was his obvious passion for his work, auto repair, which impressed me the most. After examining the truck, they said I was mistaken about which headlight had been replaced. I needed a new headlight & to replace some corroded connections...all of which cost me less than the price I'd been charged for a headlight alone at the other place. I was very pleased with their work & found their charges surprisingly reasonable. I resolved to write this review at the time but went home & failed to do it. A few months later, my vehicle failed inspection because the transmission gear-shifting was "loose". I was sure, this WAS the end. Vega Baja told me they didn't do that kind of work but referred me to someone they considered good for such work in Bayonne. I went there & was amazed to discover after something like a $30 inspection fee that I simply needed the gears tightened--which brought the total cost to something like $129. I'm shopping for a new used vehicle & I'll trust Vega Baja with it.

randolfe wicker

My '87 Silverado pick-up truck wouldn't start. I picked Luna Baja after reading online reviews. The only negative review seemed to be focused on the fact Spanish was spoken. A repair shop I'd used before, which I felt really 'stuck it to me' had gotten a red flag from the Better Business Bureau for failure to answer customer complaints. The AAA tow truck driver said Vega Baja was "O.K." but he preferred another nearby repair shop slightly more. I was less than impressed seeing this small garage which didn't even have it's own parking lot attached. They were very accommodating. My vehicle is an old 1987 clunker which i only drive to Shoprite & Walmart. I've had it since 1989 & have been waiting for it to die for several years. 5 miles per gallon in the city & my fear of taking it out on longer trips keeps my mileage to an unbelievable 250-500 miles annually. I just keep it year to year so I have access to a vehicle. I expected my timing/ignition problem would make repairing it impractical. Fortunately, an older vehicle like mine doesn't have the expensive computer-timing set-ups found in later cars & trucks. I knew I needed to have a headlight replaced. Last time round, at a "certified" Chevy repair center on Rte 440 (now closed-for good reason) I'd paid $100 for just that. Despite it's age, my truck only has 54,000 miles on it. Age is it's greatest enemy, not mileage. Full disclosure. I'm writing from memory since this all happened over a year ago. They gave me a surprisingly inexpensive estimate of around $200 & said they'd see what the problem was with the headlights. I was sure I'd replaced the burned out one just a year earlier. The young mechanic, who built/rebuilt sportscars, fell into casual conversation. It may or may not have been a "sales pitch" but he assured me the 1987 Chevy Silverado was one of those vehicles that would "not die" & were fairly simple to repair...that he knew a couple friends in PR who owned the same year and model. It was his obvious passion for his work, auto repair, which impressed me the most. After examining the truck, they said I was mistaken about which headlight had been replaced. I needed a new headlight & to replace some corroded connections...all of which cost me less than the price I'd been charged for a headlight alone at the other place. I was very pleased with their work & found their charges surprisingly reasonable. I resolved to write this review at the time but went home & failed to do it. A few months later, my vehicle failed inspection because the transmission gear-shifting was "loose". I was sure, this WAS the end. Vega Baja told me they didn't do that kind of work but referred me to someone they considered good for such work in Bayonne. I went there & was amazed to discover after something like a $30 inspection fee that I simply needed the gears tightened--which brought the total cost to something like $129. I'm shopping for a new used vehicle & I'll trust Vega Baja with it.

randolfe wicker

My '87 Silverado pick-up truck wouldn't start. I picked Luna Baja after reading online reviews. The only negative review seemed to be focused on the fact Spanish was spoken. A repair shop I'd used before, which I felt really 'stuck it to me' had gotten a red flag from the Better Business Bureau for failure to answer customer complaints. The AAA tow truck driver said Vega Baja was "O.K." but he preferred another nearby repair shop slightly more. I was less than impressed seeing this small garage which didn't even have it's own parking lot attached. They were very accommodating. My vehicle is an old 1987 clunker which i only drive to Shoprite & Walmart. I've had it since 1989 & have been waiting for it to die for several years. 5 miles per gallon in the city & my fear of taking it out on longer trips keeps my mileage to an unbelievable 250-500 miles annually. I just keep it year to year so I have access to a vehicle. I expected my timing/ignition problem would make repairing it impractical. Fortunately, an older vehicle like mine doesn't have the expensive computer-timing set-ups found in later cars & trucks. I knew I needed to have a headlight replaced. Last time round, at a "certified" Chevy repair center on Rte 440 (now closed-for good reason) I'd paid $100 for just that. Despite it's age, my truck only has 54,000 miles on it. Age is it's greatest enemy, not mileage. Full disclosure. I'm writing from memory since this all happened over a year ago. They gave me a surprisingly inexpensive estimate of around $200 & said they'd see what the problem was with the headlights. I was sure I'd replaced the burned out one just a year earlier. The young mechanic, who built/rebuilt sportscars, fell into casual conversation. It may or may not have been a "sales pitch" but he assured me the 1987 Chevy Silverado was one of those vehicles that would "not die" & were fairly simple to repair...that he knew a couple friends in PR who owned the same year and model. It was his obvious passion for his work, auto repair, which impressed me the most. After examining the truck, they said I was mistaken about which headlight had been replaced. I needed a new headlight & to replace some corroded connections...all of which cost me less than the price I'd been charged for a headlight alone at the other place. I was very pleased with their work & found their charges surprisingly reasonable. I resolved to write this review at the time but went home & failed to do it. A few months later, my vehicle failed inspection because the transmission gear-shifting was "loose". I was sure, this WAS the end. Vega Baja told me they didn't do that kind of work but referred me to someone they considered good for such work in Bayonne. I went there & was amazed to discover after something like a $30 inspection fee that I simply needed the gears tightened--which brought the total cost to something like $129. I'm shopping for a new used vehicle & I'll trust Vega Baja with it.

randolfe wicker

My '87 Silverado pick-up truck wouldn't start. I picked Luna Baja after reading online reviews. The only negative review seemed to be focused on the fact Spanish was spoken. A repair shop I'd used before, which I felt really 'stuck it to me' had gotten a red flag from the Better Business Bureau for failure to answer customer complaints. The AAA tow truck driver said Vega Baja was "O.K." but he preferred another nearby repair shop slightly more. I was less than impressed seeing this small garage which didn't even have it's own parking lot attached. They were very accommodating. My vehicle is an old 1987 clunker which i only drive to Shoprite & Walmart. I've had it since 1989 & have been waiting for it to die for several years. 5 miles per gallon in the city & my fear of taking it out on longer trips keeps my mileage to an unbelievable 250-500 miles annually. I just keep it year to year so I have access to a vehicle. I expected my timing/ignition problem would make repairing it impractical. Fortunately, an older vehicle like mine doesn't have the expensive computer-timing set-ups found in later cars & trucks. I knew I needed to have a headlight replaced. Last time round, at a "certified" Chevy repair center on Rte 440 (now closed-for good reason) I'd paid $100 for just that. Despite it's age, my truck only has 54,000 miles on it. Age is it's greatest enemy, not mileage. Full disclosure. I'm writing from memory since this all happened over a year ago. They gave me a surprisingly inexpensive estimate of around $200 & said they'd see what the problem was with the headlights. I was sure I'd replaced the burned out one just a year earlier. The young mechanic, who built/rebuilt sportscars, fell into casual conversation. It may or may not have been a "sales pitch" but he assured me the 1987 Chevy Silverado was one of those vehicles that would "not die" & were fairly simple to repair...that he knew a couple friends in PR who owned the same year and model. It was his obvious passion for his work, auto repair, which impressed me the most. After examining the truck, they said I was mistaken about which headlight had been replaced. I needed a new headlight & to replace some corroded connections...all of which cost me less than the price I'd been charged for a headlight alone at the other place. I was very pleased with their work & found their charges surprisingly reasonable. I resolved to write this review at the time but went home & failed to do it. A few months later, my vehicle failed inspection because the transmission gear-shifting was "loose". I was sure, this WAS the end. Vega Baja told me they didn't do that kind of work but referred me to someone they considered good for such work in Bayonne. I went there & was amazed to discover after something like a $30 inspection fee that I simply needed the gears tightened--which brought the total cost to something like $129. I'm shopping for a new used vehicle & I'll trust Vega Baja with it.

randolfe wicker

My '87 Silverado pick-up truck wouldn't start. I picked Luna Baja after reading online reviews. The only negative review seemed to be focused on the fact Spanish was spoken. A repair shop I'd used before, which I felt really 'stuck it to me' had gotten a red flag from the Better Business Bureau for failure to answer customer complaints. The AAA tow truck driver said Vega Baja was "O.K." but he preferred another nearby repair shop slightly more. I was less than impressed seeing this small garage which didn't even have it's own parking lot attached. They were very accommodating. My vehicle is an old 1987 clunker which i only drive to Shoprite & Walmart. I've had it since 1989 & have been waiting for it to die for several years. 5 miles per gallon in the city & my fear of taking it out on longer trips keeps my mileage to an unbelievable 250-500 miles annually. I just keep it year to year so I have access to a vehicle. I expected my timing/ignition problem would make repairing it impractical. Fortunately, an older vehicle like mine doesn't have the expensive computer-timing set-ups found in later cars & trucks. I knew I needed to have a headlight replaced. Last time round, at a "certified" Chevy repair center on Rte 440 (now closed-for good reason) I'd paid $100 for just that. Despite it's age, my truck only has 54,000 miles on it. Age is it's greatest enemy, not mileage. Full disclosure. I'm writing from memory since this all happened over a year ago. They gave me a surprisingly inexpensive estimate of around $200 & said they'd see what the problem was with the headlights. I was sure I'd replaced the burned out one just a year earlier. The young mechanic, who built/rebuilt sportscars, fell into casual conversation. It may or may not have been a "sales pitch" but he assured me the 1987 Chevy Silverado was one of those vehicles that would "not die" & were fairly simple to repair...that he knew a couple friends in PR who owned the same year and model. It was his obvious passion for his work, auto repair, which impressed me the most. After examining the truck, they said I was mistaken about which headlight had been replaced. I needed a new headlight & to replace some corroded connections...all of which cost me less than the price I'd been charged for a headlight alone at the other place. I was very pleased with their work & found their charges surprisingly reasonable. I resolved to write this review at the time but went home & failed to do it. A few months later, my vehicle failed inspection because the transmission gear-shifting was "loose". I was sure, this WAS the end. Vega Baja told me they didn't do that kind of work but referred me to someone they considered good for such work in Bayonne. I went there & was amazed to discover after something like a $30 inspection fee that I simply needed the gears tightened--which brought the total cost to something like $129. I'm shopping for a new used vehicle & I'll trust Vega Baja with it.

randolfe wicker

My '87 Silverado pick-up truck wouldn't start. I picked Luna Baja after reading online reviews. The only negative review seemed to be focused on the fact Spanish was spoken. A repair shop I'd used before, which I felt really 'stuck it to me' had gotten a red flag from the Better Business Bureau for failure to answer customer complaints. The AAA tow truck driver said Vega Baja was "O.K." but he preferred another nearby repair shop slightly more. I was less than impressed seeing this small garage which didn't even have it's own parking lot attached. They were very accommodating. My vehicle is an old 1987 clunker which i only drive to Shoprite & Walmart. I've had it since 1989 & have been waiting for it to die for several years. 5 miles per gallon in the city & my fear of taking it out on longer trips keeps my mileage to an unbelievable 250-500 miles annually. I just keep it year to year so I have access to a vehicle. I expected my timing/ignition problem would make repairing it impractical. Fortunately, an older vehicle like mine doesn't have the expensive computer-timing set-ups found in later cars & trucks. I knew I needed to have a headlight replaced. Last time round, at a "certified" Chevy repair center on Rte 440 (now closed-for good reason) I'd paid $100 for just that. Despite it's age, my truck only has 54,000 miles on it. Age is it's greatest enemy, not mileage. Full disclosure. I'm writing from memory since this all happened over a year ago. They gave me a surprisingly inexpensive estimate of around $200 & said they'd see what the problem was with the headlights. I was sure I'd replaced the burned out one just a year earlier. The young mechanic, who built/rebuilt sportscars, fell into casual conversation. It may or may not have been a "sales pitch" but he assured me the 1987 Chevy Silverado was one of those vehicles that would "not die" & were fairly simple to repair...that he knew a couple friends in PR who owned the same year and model. It was his obvious passion for his work, auto repair, which impressed me the most. After examining the truck, they said I was mistaken about which headlight had been replaced. I needed a new headlight & to replace some corroded connections...all of which cost me less than the price I'd been charged for a headlight alone at the other place. I was very pleased with their work & found their charges surprisingly reasonable. I resolved to write this review at the time but went home & failed to do it. A few months later, my vehicle failed inspection because the transmission gear-shifting was "loose". I was sure, this WAS the end. Vega Baja told me they didn't do that kind of work but referred me to someone they considered good for such work in Bayonne. I went there & was amazed to discover after something like a $30 inspection fee that I simply needed the gears tightened--which brought the total cost to something like $129. I'm shopping for a new used vehicle & I'll trust Vega Baja with it.

randolfe wicker

My '87 Silverado pick-up truck wouldn't start. I picked Luna Baja after reading online reviews. The only negative review seemed to be focused on the fact Spanish was spoken. A repair shop I'd used before, which I felt really 'stuck it to me' had gotten a red flag from the Better Business Bureau for failure to answer customer complaints. The AAA tow truck driver said Vega Baja was "O.K." but he preferred another nearby repair shop slightly more. I was less than impressed seeing this small garage which didn't even have it's own parking lot attached. They were very accommodating. My vehicle is an old 1987 clunker which i only drive to Shoprite & Walmart. I've had it since 1989 & have been waiting for it to die for several years. 5 miles per gallon in the city & my fear of taking it out on longer trips keeps my mileage to an unbelievable 250-500 miles annually. I just keep it year to year so I have access to a vehicle. I expected my timing/ignition problem would make repairing it impractical. Fortunately, an older vehicle like mine doesn't have the expensive computer-timing set-ups found in later cars & trucks. I knew I needed to have a headlight replaced. Last time round, at a "certified" Chevy repair center on Rte 440 (now closed-for good reason) I'd paid $100 for just that. Despite it's age, my truck only has 54,000 miles on it. Age is it's greatest enemy, not mileage. Full disclosure. I'm writing from memory since this all happened over a year ago. They gave me a surprisingly inexpensive estimate of around $200 & said they'd see what the problem was with the headlights. I was sure I'd replaced the burned out one just a year earlier. The young mechanic, who built/rebuilt sportscars, fell into casual conversation. It may or may not have been a "sales pitch" but he assured me the 1987 Chevy Silverado was one of those vehicles that would "not die" & were fairly simple to repair...that he knew a couple friends in PR who owned the same year and model. It was his obvious passion for his work, auto repair, which impressed me the most. After examining the truck, they said I was mistaken about which headlight had been replaced. I needed a new headlight & to replace some corroded connections...all of which cost me less than the price I'd been charged for a headlight alone at the other place. I was very pleased with their work & found their charges surprisingly reasonable. I resolved to write this review at the time but went home & failed to do it. A few months later, my vehicle failed inspection because the transmission gear-shifting was "loose". I was sure, this WAS the end. Vega Baja told me they didn't do that kind of work but referred me to someone they considered good for such work in Bayonne. I went there & was amazed to discover after something like a $30 inspection fee that I simply needed the gears tightened--which brought the total cost to something like $129. I'm shopping for a new used vehicle & I'll trust Vega Baja with it.

randolfe wicker

My '87 Silverado pick-up truck wouldn't start. I picked Luna Baja after reading online reviews. The only negative review seemed to be focused on the fact Spanish was spoken. A repair shop I'd used before, which I felt really 'stuck it to me' had gotten a red flag from the Better Business Bureau for failure to answer customer complaints. The AAA tow truck driver said Vega Baja was "O.K." but he preferred another nearby repair shop slightly more. I was less than impressed seeing this small garage which didn't even have it's own parking lot attached. They were very accommodating. My vehicle is an old 1987 clunker which i only drive to Shoprite & Walmart. I've had it since 1989 & have been waiting for it to die for several years. 5 miles per gallon in the city & my fear of taking it out on longer trips keeps my mileage to an unbelievable 250-500 miles annually. I just keep it year to year so I have access to a vehicle. I expected my timing/ignition problem would make repairing it impractical. Fortunately, an older vehicle like mine doesn't have the expensive computer-timing set-ups found in later cars & trucks. I knew I needed to have a headlight replaced. Last time round, at a "certified" Chevy repair center on Rte 440 (now closed-for good reason) I'd paid $100 for just that. Despite it's age, my truck only has 54,000 miles on it. Age is it's greatest enemy, not mileage. Full disclosure. I'm writing from memory since this all happened over a year ago. They gave me a surprisingly inexpensive estimate of around $200 & said they'd see what the problem was with the headlights. I was sure I'd replaced the burned out one just a year earlier. The young mechanic, who built/rebuilt sportscars, fell into casual conversation. It may or may not have been a "sales pitch" but he assured me the 1987 Chevy Silverado was one of those vehicles that would "not die" & were fairly simple to repair...that he knew a couple friends in PR who owned the same year and model. It was his obvious passion for his work, auto repair, which impressed me the most. After examining the truck, they said I was mistaken about which headlight had been replaced. I needed a new headlight & to replace some corroded connections...all of which cost me less than the price I'd been charged for a headlight alone at the other place. I was very pleased with their work & found their charges surprisingly reasonable. I resolved to write this review at the time but went home & failed to do it. A few months later, my vehicle failed inspection because the transmission gear-shifting was "loose". I was sure, this WAS the end. Vega Baja told me they didn't do that kind of work but referred me to someone they considered good for such work in Bayonne. I went there & was amazed to discover after something like a $30 inspection fee that I simply needed the gears tightened--which brought the total cost to something like $129. I'm shopping for a new used vehicle & I'll trust Vega Baja with it.

randolfe wicker

My '87 Silverado pick-up truck wouldn't start. I picked Luna Baja after reading online reviews. The only negative review seemed to be focused on the fact Spanish was spoken. A repair shop I'd used before, which I felt really 'stuck it to me' had gotten a red flag from the Better Business Bureau for failure to answer customer complaints. The AAA tow truck driver said Vega Baja was "O.K." but he preferred another nearby repair shop slightly more. I was less than impressed seeing this small garage which didn't even have it's own parking lot attached. They were very accommodating. My vehicle is an old 1987 clunker which i only drive to Shoprite & Walmart. I've had it since 1989 & have been waiting for it to die for several years. 5 miles per gallon in the city & my fear of taking it out on longer trips keeps my mileage to an unbelievable 250-500 miles annually. I just keep it year to year so I have access to a vehicle. I expected my timing/ignition problem would make repairing it impractical. Fortunately, an older vehicle like mine doesn't have the expensive computer-timing set-ups found in later cars & trucks. I knew I needed to have a headlight replaced. Last time round, at a "certified" Chevy repair center on Rte 440 (now closed-for good reason) I'd paid $100 for just that. Despite it's age, my truck only has 54,000 miles on it. Age is it's greatest enemy, not mileage. Full disclosure. I'm writing from memory since this all happened over a year ago. They gave me a surprisingly inexpensive estimate of around $200 & said they'd see what the problem was with the headlights. I was sure I'd replaced the burned out one just a year earlier. The young mechanic, who built/rebuilt sportscars, fell into casual conversation. It may or may not have been a "sales pitch" but he assured me the 1987 Chevy Silverado was one of those vehicles that would "not die" & were fairly simple to repair...that he knew a couple friends in PR who owned the same year and model. It was his obvious passion for his work, auto repair, which impressed me the most. After examining the truck, they said I was mistaken about which headlight had been replaced. I needed a new headlight & to replace some corroded connections...all of which cost me less than the price I'd been charged for a headlight alone at the other place. I was very pleased with their work & found their charges surprisingly reasonable. I resolved to write this review at the time but went home & failed to do it. A few months later, my vehicle failed inspection because the transmission gear-shifting was "loose". I was sure, this WAS the end. Vega Baja told me they didn't do that kind of work but referred me to someone they considered good for such work in Bayonne. I went there & was amazed to discover after something like a $30 inspection fee that I simply needed the gears tightened--which brought the total cost to something like $129. I'm shopping for a new used vehicle & I'll trust Vega Baja with it.

randolfe wicker

My '87 Silverado pick-up truck wouldn't start. I picked Luna Baja after reading online reviews. The only negative review seemed to be focused on the fact Spanish was spoken. A repair shop I'd used before, which I felt really 'stuck it to me' had gotten a red flag from the Better Business Bureau for failure to answer customer complaints. The AAA tow truck driver said Vega Baja was "O.K." but he preferred another nearby repair shop slightly more. I was less than impressed seeing this small garage which didn't even have it's own parking lot attached. They were very accommodating. My vehicle is an old 1987 clunker which i only drive to Shoprite & Walmart. I've had it since 1989 & have been waiting for it to die for several years. 5 miles per gallon in the city & my fear of taking it out on longer trips keeps my mileage to an unbelievable 250-500 miles annually. I just keep it year to year so I have access to a vehicle. I expected my timing/ignition problem would make repairing it impractical. Fortunately, an older vehicle like mine doesn't have the expensive computer-timing set-ups found in later cars & trucks. I knew I needed to have a headlight replaced. Last time round, at a "certified" Chevy repair center on Rte 440 (now closed-for good reason) I'd paid $100 for just that. Despite it's age, my truck only has 54,000 miles on it. Age is it's greatest enemy, not mileage. Full disclosure. I'm writing from memory since this all happened over a year ago. They gave me a surprisingly inexpensive estimate of around $200 & said they'd see what the problem was with the headlights. I was sure I'd replaced the burned out one just a year earlier. The young mechanic, who built/rebuilt sportscars, fell into casual conversation. It may or may not have been a "sales pitch" but he assured me the 1987 Chevy Silverado was one of those vehicles that would "not die" & were fairly simple to repair...that he knew a couple friends in PR who owned the same year and model. It was his obvious passion for his work, auto repair, which impressed me the most. After examining the truck, they said I was mistaken about which headlight had been replaced. I needed a new headlight & to replace some corroded connections...all of which cost me less than the price I'd been charged for a headlight alone at the other place. I was very pleased with their work & found their charges surprisingly reasonable. I resolved to write this review at the time but went home & failed to do it. A few months later, my vehicle failed inspection because the transmission gear-shifting was "loose". I was sure, this WAS the end. Vega Baja told me they didn't do that kind of work but referred me to someone they considered good for such work in Bayonne. I went there & was amazed to discover after something like a $30 inspection fee that I simply needed the gears tightened--which brought the total cost to something like $129. I'm shopping for a new used vehicle & I'll trust Vega Baja with it.

randolfe wicker

My '87 Silverado pick-up truck wouldn't start. I picked Luna Baja after reading online reviews. The only negative review seemed to be focused on the fact Spanish was spoken. A repair shop I'd used before, which I felt really 'stuck it to me' had gotten a red flag from the Better Business Bureau for failure to answer customer complaints. The AAA tow truck driver said Vega Baja was "O.K." but he preferred another nearby repair shop slightly more. I was less than impressed seeing this small garage which didn't even have it's own parking lot attached. They were very accommodating. My vehicle is an old 1987 clunker which i only drive to Shoprite & Walmart. I've had it since 1989 & have been waiting for it to die for several years. 5 miles per gallon in the city & my fear of taking it out on longer trips keeps my mileage to an unbelievable 250-500 miles annually. I just keep it year to year so I have access to a vehicle. I expected my timing/ignition problem would make repairing it impractical. Fortunately, an older vehicle like mine doesn't have the expensive computer-timing set-ups found in later cars & trucks. I knew I needed to have a headlight replaced. Last time round, at a "certified" Chevy repair center on Rte 440 (now closed-for good reason) I'd paid $100 for just that. Despite it's age, my truck only has 54,000 miles on it. Age is it's greatest enemy, not mileage. Full disclosure. I'm writing from memory since this all happened over a year ago. They gave me a surprisingly inexpensive estimate of around $200 & said they'd see what the problem was with the headlights. I was sure I'd replaced the burned out one just a year earlier. The young mechanic, who built/rebuilt sportscars, fell into casual conversation. It may or may not have been a "sales pitch" but he assured me the 1987 Chevy Silverado was one of those vehicles that would "not die" & were fairly simple to repair...that he knew a couple friends in PR who owned the same year and model. It was his obvious passion for his work, auto repair, which impressed me the most. After examining the truck, they said I was mistaken about which headlight had been replaced. I needed a new headlight & to replace some corroded connections...all of which cost me less than the price I'd been charged for a headlight alone at the other place. I was very pleased with their work & found their charges surprisingly reasonable. I resolved to write this review at the time but went home & failed to do it. A few months later, my vehicle failed inspection because the transmission gear-shifting was "loose". I was sure, this WAS the end. Vega Baja told me they didn't do that kind of work but referred me to someone they considered good for such work in Bayonne. I went there & was amazed to discover after something like a $30 inspection fee that I simply needed the gears tightened--which brought the total cost to something like $129. I'm shopping for a new used vehicle & I'll trust Vega Baja with it.

randolfe wicker

My '87 Silverado pick-up truck wouldn't start. I picked Luna Baja after reading online reviews. The only negative review seemed to be focused on the fact Spanish was spoken. A repair shop I'd used before, which I felt really 'stuck it to me' had gotten a red flag from the Better Business Bureau for failure to answer customer complaints. The AAA tow truck driver said Vega Baja was "O.K." but he preferred another nearby repair shop slightly more. I was less than impressed seeing this small garage which didn't even have it's own parking lot attached. They were very accommodating. My vehicle is an old 1987 clunker which i only drive to Shoprite & Walmart. I've had it since 1989 & have been waiting for it to die for several years. 5 miles per gallon in the city & my fear of taking it out on longer trips keeps my mileage to an unbelievable 250-500 miles annually. I just keep it year to year so I have access to a vehicle. I expected my timing/ignition problem would make repairing it impractical. Fortunately, an older vehicle like mine doesn't have the expensive computer-timing set-ups found in later cars & trucks. I knew I needed to have a headlight replaced. Last time round, at a "certified" Chevy repair center on Rte 440 (now closed-for good reason) I'd paid $100 for just that. Despite it's age, my truck only has 54,000 miles on it. Age is it's greatest enemy, not mileage. Full disclosure. I'm writing from memory since this all happened over a year ago. They gave me a surprisingly inexpensive estimate of around $200 & said they'd see what the problem was with the headlights. I was sure I'd replaced the burned out one just a year earlier. The young mechanic, who built/rebuilt sportscars, fell into casual conversation. It may or may not have been a "sales pitch" but he assured me the 1987 Chevy Silverado was one of those vehicles that would "not die" & were fairly simple to repair...that he knew a couple friends in PR who owned the same year and model. It was his obvious passion for his work, auto repair, which impressed me the most. After examining the truck, they said I was mistaken about which headlight had been replaced. I needed a new headlight & to replace some corroded connections...all of which cost me less than the price I'd been charged for a headlight alone at the other place. I was very pleased with their work & found their charges surprisingly reasonable. I resolved to write this review at the time but went home & failed to do it. A few months later, my vehicle failed inspection because the transmission gear-shifting was "loose". I was sure, this WAS the end. Vega Baja told me they didn't do that kind of work but referred me to someone they considered good for such work in Bayonne. I went there & was amazed to discover after something like a $30 inspection fee that I simply needed the gears tightened--which brought the total cost to something like $129. I'm shopping for a new used vehicle & I'll trust Vega Baja with it.

randolfe wicker

My '87 Silverado pick-up truck wouldn't start. I picked Luna Baja after reading online reviews. The only negative review seemed to be focused on the fact Spanish was spoken. A repair shop I'd used before, which I felt really 'stuck it to me' had gotten a red flag from the Better Business Bureau for failure to answer customer complaints. The AAA tow truck driver said Vega Baja was "O.K." but he preferred another nearby repair shop slightly more. I was less than impressed seeing this small garage which didn't even have it's own parking lot attached. They were very accommodating. My vehicle is an old 1987 clunker which i only drive to Shoprite & Walmart. I've had it since 1989 & have been waiting for it to die for several years. 5 miles per gallon in the city & my fear of taking it out on longer trips keeps my mileage to an unbelievable 250-500 miles annually. I just keep it year to year so I have access to a vehicle. I expected my timing/ignition problem would make repairing it impractical. Fortunately, an older vehicle like mine doesn't have the expensive computer-timing set-ups found in later cars & trucks. I knew I needed to have a headlight replaced. Last time round, at a "certified" Chevy repair center on Rte 440 (now closed-for good reason) I'd paid $100 for just that. Despite it's age, my truck only has 54,000 miles on it. Age is it's greatest enemy, not mileage. Full disclosure. I'm writing from memory since this all happened over a year ago. They gave me a surprisingly inexpensive estimate of around $200 & said they'd see what the problem was with the headlights. I was sure I'd replaced the burned out one just a year earlier. The young mechanic, who built/rebuilt sportscars, fell into casual conversation. It may or may not have been a "sales pitch" but he assured me the 1987 Chevy Silverado was one of those vehicles that would "not die" & were fairly simple to repair...that he knew a couple friends in PR who owned the same year and model. It was his obvious passion for his work, auto repair, which impressed me the most. After examining the truck, they said I was mistaken about which headlight had been replaced. I needed a new headlight & to replace some corroded connections...all of which cost me less than the price I'd been charged for a headlight alone at the other place. I was very pleased with their work & found their charges surprisingly reasonable. I resolved to write this review at the time but went home & failed to do it. A few months later, my vehicle failed inspection because the transmission gear-shifting was "loose". I was sure, this WAS the end. Vega Baja told me they didn't do that kind of work but referred me to someone they considered good for such work in Bayonne. I went there & was amazed to discover after something like a $30 inspection fee that I simply needed the gears tightened--which brought the total cost to something like $129. I'm shopping for a new used vehicle & I'll trust Vega Baja with it.

randolfe wicker

My '87 Silverado pick-up truck wouldn't start. I picked Luna Baja after reading online reviews. The only negative review seemed to be focused on the fact Spanish was spoken. A repair shop I'd used before, which I felt really 'stuck it to me' had gotten a red flag from the Better Business Bureau for failure to answer customer complaints. The AAA tow truck driver said Vega Baja was "O.K." but he preferred another nearby repair shop slightly more. I was less than impressed seeing this small garage which didn't even have it's own parking lot attached. They were very accommodating. My vehicle is an old 1987 clunker which i only drive to Shoprite & Walmart. I've had it since 1989 & have been waiting for it to die for several years. 5 miles per gallon in the city & my fear of taking it out on longer trips keeps my mileage to an unbelievable 250-500 miles annually. I just keep it year to year so I have access to a vehicle. I expected my timing/ignition problem would make repairing it impractical. Fortunately, an older vehicle like mine doesn't have the expensive computer-timing set-ups found in later cars & trucks. I knew I needed to have a headlight replaced. Last time round, at a "certified" Chevy repair center on Rte 440 (now closed-for good reason) I'd paid $100 for just that. Despite it's age, my truck only has 54,000 miles on it. Age is it's greatest enemy, not mileage. Full disclosure. I'm writing from memory since this all happened over a year ago. They gave me a surprisingly inexpensive estimate of around $200 & said they'd see what the problem was with the headlights. I was sure I'd replaced the burned out one just a year earlier. The young mechanic, who built/rebuilt sportscars, fell into casual conversation. It may or may not have been a "sales pitch" but he assured me the 1987 Chevy Silverado was one of those vehicles that would "not die" & were fairly simple to repair...that he knew a couple friends in PR who owned the same year and model. It was his obvious passion for his work, auto repair, which impressed me the most. After examining the truck, they said I was mistaken about which headlight had been replaced. I needed a new headlight & to replace some corroded connections...all of which cost me less than the price I'd been charged for a headlight alone at the other place. I was very pleased with their work & found their charges surprisingly reasonable. I resolved to write this review at the time but went home & failed to do it. A few months later, my vehicle failed inspection because the transmission gear-shifting was "loose". I was sure, this WAS the end. Vega Baja told me they didn't do that kind of work but referred me to someone they considered good for such work in Bayonne. I went there & was amazed to discover after something like a $30 inspection fee that I simply needed the gears tightened--which brought the total cost to something like $129. I'm shopping for a new used vehicle & I'll trust Vega Baja with it.

randolfe wicker

My '87 Silverado pick-up truck wouldn't start. I picked Luna Baja after reading online reviews. The only negative review seemed to be focused on the fact Spanish was spoken. A repair shop I'd used before, which I felt really 'stuck it to me' had gotten a red flag from the Better Business Bureau for failure to answer customer complaints. The AAA tow truck driver said Vega Baja was "O.K." but he preferred another nearby repair shop slightly more. I was less than impressed seeing this small garage which didn't even have it's own parking lot attached. They were very accommodating. My vehicle is an old 1987 clunker which i only drive to Shoprite & Walmart. I've had it since 1989 & have been waiting for it to die for several years. 5 miles per gallon in the city & my fear of taking it out on longer trips keeps my mileage to an unbelievable 250-500 miles annually. I just keep it year to year so I have access to a vehicle. I expected my timing/ignition problem would make repairing it impractical. Fortunately, an older vehicle like mine doesn't have the expensive computer-timing set-ups found in later cars & trucks. I knew I needed to have a headlight replaced. Last time round, at a "certified" Chevy repair center on Rte 440 (now closed-for good reason) I'd paid $100 for just that. Despite it's age, my truck only has 54,000 miles on it. Age is it's greatest enemy, not mileage. Full disclosure. I'm writing from memory since this all happened over a year ago. They gave me a surprisingly inexpensive estimate of around $200 & said they'd see what the problem was with the headlights. I was sure I'd replaced the burned out one just a year earlier. The young mechanic, who built/rebuilt sportscars, fell into casual conversation. It may or may not have been a "sales pitch" but he assured me the 1987 Chevy Silverado was one of those vehicles that would "not die" & were fairly simple to repair...that he knew a couple friends in PR who owned the same year and model. It was his obvious passion for his work, auto repair, which impressed me the most. After examining the truck, they said I was mistaken about which headlight had been replaced. I needed a new headlight & to replace some corroded connections...all of which cost me less than the price I'd been charged for a headlight alone at the other place. I was very pleased with their work & found their charges surprisingly reasonable. I resolved to write this review at the time but went home & failed to do it. A few months later, my vehicle failed inspection because the transmission gear-shifting was "loose". I was sure, this WAS the end. Vega Baja told me they didn't do that kind of work but referred me to someone they considered good for such work in Bayonne. I went there & was amazed to discover after something like a $30 inspection fee that I simply needed the gears tightened--which brought the total cost to something like $129. I'm shopping for a new used vehicle & I'll trust Vega Baja with it.

randolfe wicker

My '87 Silverado pick-up truck wouldn't start. I picked Luna Baja after reading online reviews. The only negative review seemed to be focused on the fact Spanish was spoken. A repair shop I'd used before, which I felt really 'stuck it to me' had gotten a red flag from the Better Business Bureau for failure to answer customer complaints. The AAA tow truck driver said Vega Baja was "O.K." but he preferred another nearby repair shop slightly more. I was less than impressed seeing this small garage which didn't even have it's own parking lot attached. They were very accommodating. My vehicle is an old 1987 clunker which i only drive to Shoprite & Walmart. I've had it since 1989 & have been waiting for it to die for several years. 5 miles per gallon in the city & my fear of taking it out on longer trips keeps my mileage to an unbelievable 250-500 miles annually. I just keep it year to year so I have access to a vehicle. I expected my timing/ignition problem would make repairing it impractical. Fortunately, an older vehicle like mine doesn't have the expensive computer-timing set-ups found in later cars & trucks. I knew I needed to have a headlight replaced. Last time round, at a "certified" Chevy repair center on Rte 440 (now closed-for good reason) I'd paid $100 for just that. Despite it's age, my truck only has 54,000 miles on it. Age is it's greatest enemy, not mileage. Full disclosure. I'm writing from memory since this all happened over a year ago. They gave me a surprisingly inexpensive estimate of around $200 & said they'd see what the problem was with the headlights. I was sure I'd replaced the burned out one just a year earlier. The young mechanic, who built/rebuilt sportscars, fell into casual conversation. It may or may not have been a "sales pitch" but he assured me the 1987 Chevy Silverado was one of those vehicles that would "not die" & were fairly simple to repair...that he knew a couple friends in PR who owned the same year and model. It was his obvious passion for his work, auto repair, which impressed me the most. After examining the truck, they said I was mistaken about which headlight had been replaced. I needed a new headlight & to replace some corroded connections...all of which cost me less than the price I'd been charged for a headlight alone at the other place. I was very pleased with their work & found their charges surprisingly reasonable. I resolved to write this review at the time but went home & failed to do it. A few months later, my vehicle failed inspection because the transmission gear-shifting was "loose". I was sure, this WAS the end. Vega Baja told me they didn't do that kind of work but referred me to someone they considered good for such work in Bayonne. I went there & was amazed to discover after something like a $30 inspection fee that I simply needed the gears tightened--which brought the total cost to something like $129. I'm shopping for a new used vehicle & I'll trust Vega Baja with it.

randolfe wicker

My '87 Silverado pick-up truck wouldn't start. I picked Luna Baja after reading online reviews. The only negative review seemed to be focused on the fact Spanish was spoken. A repair shop I'd used before, which I felt really 'stuck it to me' had gotten a red flag from the Better Business Bureau for failure to answer customer complaints. The AAA tow truck driver said Vega Baja was "O.K." but he preferred another nearby repair shop slightly more. I was less than impressed seeing this small garage which didn't even have it's own parking lot attached. They were very accommodating. My vehicle is an old 1987 clunker which i only drive to Shoprite & Walmart. I've had it since 1989 & have been waiting for it to die for several years. 5 miles per gallon in the city & my fear of taking it out on longer trips keeps my mileage to an unbelievable 250-500 miles annually. I just keep it year to year so I have access to a vehicle. I expected my timing/ignition problem would make repairing it impractical. Fortunately, an older vehicle like mine doesn't have the expensive computer-timing set-ups found in later cars & trucks. I knew I needed to have a headlight replaced. Last time round, at a "certified" Chevy repair center on Rte 440 (now closed-for good reason) I'd paid $100 for just that. Despite it's age, my truck only has 54,000 miles on it. Age is it's greatest enemy, not mileage. Full disclosure. I'm writing from memory since this all happened over a year ago. They gave me a surprisingly inexpensive estimate of around $200 & said they'd see what the problem was with the headlights. I was sure I'd replaced the burned out one just a year earlier. The young mechanic, who built/rebuilt sportscars, fell into casual conversation. It may or may not have been a "sales pitch" but he assured me the 1987 Chevy Silverado was one of those vehicles that would "not die" & were fairly simple to repair...that he knew a couple friends in PR who owned the same year and model. It was his obvious passion for his work, auto repair, which impressed me the most. After examining the truck, they said I was mistaken about which headlight had been replaced. I needed a new headlight & to replace some corroded connections...all of which cost me less than the price I'd been charged for a headlight alone at the other place. I was very pleased with their work & found their charges surprisingly reasonable. I resolved to write this review at the time but went home & failed to do it. A few months later, my vehicle failed inspection because the transmission gear-shifting was "loose". I was sure, this WAS the end. Vega Baja told me they didn't do that kind of work but referred me to someone they considered good for such work in Bayonne. I went there & was amazed to discover after something like a $30 inspection fee that I simply needed the gears tightened--which brought the total cost to something like $129. I'm shopping for a new used vehicle & I'll trust Vega Baja with it.

randolfe wicker

My '87 Silverado pick-up truck wouldn't start. I picked Luna Baja after reading online reviews. The only negative review seemed to be focused on the fact Spanish was spoken. A repair shop I'd used before, which I felt really 'stuck it to me' had gotten a red flag from the Better Business Bureau for failure to answer customer complaints. The AAA tow truck driver said Vega Baja was "O.K." but he preferred another nearby repair shop slightly more. I was less than impressed seeing this small garage which didn't even have it's own parking lot attached. They were very accommodating. My vehicle is an old 1987 clunker which i only drive to Shoprite & Walmart. I've had it since 1989 & have been waiting for it to die for several years. 5 miles per gallon in the city & my fear of taking it out on longer trips keeps my mileage to an unbelievable 250-500 miles annually. I just keep it year to year so I have access to a vehicle. I expected my timing/ignition problem would make repairing it impractical. Fortunately, an older vehicle like mine doesn't have the expensive computer-timing set-ups found in later cars & trucks. I knew I needed to have a headlight replaced. Last time round, at a "certified" Chevy repair center on Rte 440 (now closed-for good reason) I'd paid $100 for just that. Despite it's age, my truck only has 54,000 miles on it. Age is it's greatest enemy, not mileage. Full disclosure. I'm writing from memory since this all happened over a year ago. They gave me a surprisingly inexpensive estimate of around $200 & said they'd see what the problem was with the headlights. I was sure I'd replaced the burned out one just a year earlier. The young mechanic, who built/rebuilt sportscars, fell into casual conversation. It may or may not have been a "sales pitch" but he assured me the 1987 Chevy Silverado was one of those vehicles that would "not die" & were fairly simple to repair...that he knew a couple friends in PR who owned the same year and model. It was his obvious passion for his work, auto repair, which impressed me the most. After examining the truck, they said I was mistaken about which headlight had been replaced. I needed a new headlight & to replace some corroded connections...all of which cost me less than the price I'd been charged for a headlight alone at the other place. I was very pleased with their work & found their charges surprisingly reasonable. I resolved to write this review at the time but went home & failed to do it. A few months later, my vehicle failed inspection because the transmission gear-shifting was "loose". I was sure, this WAS the end. Vega Baja told me they didn't do that kind of work but referred me to someone they considered good for such work in Bayonne. I went there & was amazed to discover after something like a $30 inspection fee that I simply needed the gears tightened--which brought the total cost to something like $129. I'm shopping for a new used vehicle & I'll trust Vega Baja with it.

randolfe wicker

My '87 Silverado pick-up truck wouldn't start. I picked Luna Baja after reading online reviews. The only negative review seemed to be focused on the fact Spanish was spoken. A repair shop I'd used before, which I felt really 'stuck it to me' had gotten a red flag from the Better Business Bureau for failure to answer customer complaints. The AAA tow truck driver said Vega Baja was "O.K." but he preferred another nearby repair shop slightly more. I was less than impressed seeing this small garage which didn't even have it's own parking lot attached. They were very accommodating. My vehicle is an old 1987 clunker which i only drive to Shoprite & Walmart. I've had it since 1989 & have been waiting for it to die for several years. 5 miles per gallon in the city & my fear of taking it out on longer trips keeps my mileage to an unbelievable 250-500 miles annually. I just keep it year to year so I have access to a vehicle. I expected my timing/ignition problem would make repairing it impractical. Fortunately, an older vehicle like mine doesn't have the expensive computer-timing set-ups found in later cars & trucks. I knew I needed to have a headlight replaced. Last time round, at a "certified" Chevy repair center on Rte 440 (now closed-for good reason) I'd paid $100 for just that. Despite it's age, my truck only has 54,000 miles on it. Age is it's greatest enemy, not mileage. Full disclosure. I'm writing from memory since this all happened over a year ago. They gave me a surprisingly inexpensive estimate of around $200 & said they'd see what the problem was with the headlights. I was sure I'd replaced the burned out one just a year earlier. The young mechanic, who built/rebuilt sportscars, fell into casual conversation. It may or may not have been a "sales pitch" but he assured me the 1987 Chevy Silverado was one of those vehicles that would "not die" & were fairly simple to repair...that he knew a couple friends in PR who owned the same year and model. It was his obvious passion for his work, auto repair, which impressed me the most. After examining the truck, they said I was mistaken about which headlight had been replaced. I needed a new headlight & to replace some corroded connections...all of which cost me less than the price I'd been charged for a headlight alone at the other place. I was very pleased with their work & found their charges surprisingly reasonable. I resolved to write this review at the time but went home & failed to do it. A few months later, my vehicle failed inspection because the transmission gear-shifting was "loose". I was sure, this WAS the end. Vega Baja told me they didn't do that kind of work but referred me to someone they considered good for such work in Bayonne. I went there & was amazed to discover after something like a $30 inspection fee that I simply needed the gears tightened--which brought the total cost to something like $129. I'm shopping for a new used vehicle & I'll trust Vega Baja with it.

randolfe wicker

My '87 Silverado pick-up truck wouldn't start. I picked Luna Baja after reading online reviews. The only negative review seemed to be focused on the fact Spanish was spoken. A repair shop I'd used before, which I felt really 'stuck it to me' had gotten a red flag from the Better Business Bureau for failure to answer customer complaints. The AAA tow truck driver said Vega Baja was "O.K." but he preferred another nearby repair shop slightly more. I was less than impressed seeing this small garage which didn't even have it's own parking lot attached. They were very accommodating. My vehicle is an old 1987 clunker which i only drive to Shoprite & Walmart. I've had it since 1989 & have been waiting for it to die for several years. 5 miles per gallon in the city & my fear of taking it out on longer trips keeps my mileage to an unbelievable 250-500 miles annually. I just keep it year to year so I have access to a vehicle. I expected my timing/ignition problem would make repairing it impractical. Fortunately, an older vehicle like mine doesn't have the expensive computer-timing set-ups found in later cars & trucks. I knew I needed to have a headlight replaced. Last time round, at a "certified" Chevy repair center on Rte 440 (now closed-for good reason) I'd paid $100 for just that. Despite it's age, my truck only has 54,000 miles on it. Age is it's greatest enemy, not mileage. Full disclosure. I'm writing from memory since this all happened over a year ago. They gave me a surprisingly inexpensive estimate of around $200 & said they'd see what the problem was with the headlights. I was sure I'd replaced the burned out one just a year earlier. The young mechanic, who built/rebuilt sportscars, fell into casual conversation. It may or may not have been a "sales pitch" but he assured me the 1987 Chevy Silverado was one of those vehicles that would "not die" & were fairly simple to repair...that he knew a couple friends in PR who owned the same year and model. It was his obvious passion for his work, auto repair, which impressed me the most. After examining the truck, they said I was mistaken about which headlight had been replaced. I needed a new headlight & to replace some corroded connections...all of which cost me less than the price I'd been charged for a headlight alone at the other place. I was very pleased with their work & found their charges surprisingly reasonable. I resolved to write this review at the time but went home & failed to do it. A few months later, my vehicle failed inspection because the transmission gear-shifting was "loose". I was sure, this WAS the end. Vega Baja told me they didn't do that kind of work but referred me to someone they considered good for such work in Bayonne. I went there & was amazed to discover after something like a $30 inspection fee that I simply needed the gears tightened--which brought the total cost to something like $129. I'm shopping for a new used vehicle & I'll trust Vega Baja with it.

randolfe wicker

My '87 Silverado pick-up truck wouldn't start. I picked Luna Baja after reading online reviews. The only negative review seemed to be focused on the fact Spanish was spoken. A repair shop I'd used before, which I felt really 'stuck it to me' had gotten a red flag from the Better Business Bureau for failure to answer customer complaints. The AAA tow truck driver said Vega Baja was "O.K." but he preferred another nearby repair shop slightly more. I was less than impressed seeing this small garage which didn't even have it's own parking lot attached. They were very accommodating. My vehicle is an old 1987 clunker which i only drive to Shoprite & Walmart. I've had it since 1989 & have been waiting for it to die for several years. 5 miles per gallon in the city & my fear of taking it out on longer trips keeps my mileage to an unbelievable 250-500 miles annually. I just keep it year to year so I have access to a vehicle. I expected my timing/ignition problem would make repairing it impractical. Fortunately, an older vehicle like mine doesn't have the expensive computer-timing set-ups found in later cars & trucks. I knew I needed to have a headlight replaced. Last time round, at a "certified" Chevy repair center on Rte 440 (now closed-for good reason) I'd paid $100 for just that. Despite it's age, my truck only has 54,000 miles on it. Age is it's greatest enemy, not mileage. Full disclosure. I'm writing from memory since this all happened over a year ago. They gave me a surprisingly inexpensive estimate of around $200 & said they'd see what the problem was with the headlights. I was sure I'd replaced the burned out one just a year earlier. The young mechanic, who built/rebuilt sportscars, fell into casual conversation. It may or may not have been a "sales pitch" but he assured me the 1987 Chevy Silverado was one of those vehicles that would "not die" & were fairly simple to repair...that he knew a couple friends in PR who owned the same year and model. It was his obvious passion for his work, auto repair, which impressed me the most. After examining the truck, they said I was mistaken about which headlight had been replaced. I needed a new headlight & to replace some corroded connections...all of which cost me less than the price I'd been charged for a headlight alone at the other place. I was very pleased with their work & found their charges surprisingly reasonable. I resolved to write this review at the time but went home & failed to do it. A few months later, my vehicle failed inspection because the transmission gear-shifting was "loose". I was sure, this WAS the end. Vega Baja told me they didn't do that kind of work but referred me to someone they considered good for such work in Bayonne. I went there & was amazed to discover after something like a $30 inspection fee that I simply needed the gears tightened--which brought the total cost to something like $129. I'm shopping for a new used vehicle & I'll trust Vega Baja with it.

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