Scanwest Autosport (Verified 2017) 9520 Greenwood Ave N Seattle (206) 789-2819 Email: Click Here http://www.scanwestauto.com/ Facebook Scanwest got written up as the BEST independent car repair shop in Seattle. It is. They treat your car as if it was their own. I've been going there for years and it's one of the reasons I have a Saab. Rob is the owner and he is very fair. It's like one of those neighborhood restaurants you take your family to because you know you will always get good food, good service and go away knowing you will come back. Submitted by Tim Elrod I've been bringing my '86 900 Turbo here for many, many years. They do excellent work, are trustworthy, honest and work pretty quickly. I'd not hesitate to recommend them highly. Submitted by Madeline Crowley Scanwest is by far the best SAAB mechanic in the greater Seattle area. Rob and his crew at Scanwest have been keeping my Saabs running for over ten years! They are extremely reasonable and friendly. They really go out of their way to work with you and help keep your precious Saab going. They offer new and used parts, full service and a wealth of advice. I've taken three Saabs there over the years and they have always done excellent work at a very reasonable price. They have also begun to service Audi, BMW, Mini, and Subaru. I can't sing their praises enough. Submitted by Aaron Reddecliffe
Troll Motors (Verified 2016) Nate Everson - Owner 1115 S. Elizabeth Seattle (Georgetown) (206) 763-7222 Web: www.trollmotors.com I've used a number of shops in the Seattle area, and I am most impressed by Troll. The team there went the extra mile to ensure I was satisfied with their work - and they really know and love Saabs. Submitted by Chris W. This is a small, independent shop specializing in older Saabs. They go out of their way to provide excellent customer service and genuinely care about your car and the service they provide. They always go the extra mile to troubleshoot, provide alternate cost effective solutions. They are honest, reliable and do outstanding work. Submitted by Gina M.