German Auto Repair Blog

Does my Mercedes need Differential Service?

April 8, 2014 ,

Mercedes are a very special breed of car the owners drive. These are products of high craftsmanship and the latest technology possible. The advances in design and automotive parts have had the benefit of extending the time intervals for service. Oil changes used to be mandatory every 3000 miles; they are now needed anywhere from 5000 to 7500 miles. Mercedes makes a point of letting people know that the newer models have lifetime fluid in the differential. That implies that... Read More

Why Is It Important For My Audi To Have A Tuned Suspension?

March 20, 2014

German model cars have a well-deserved reputation for being road wonders. Their ability to handle all kinds of highways and maneuver with the grace of an antelope makes them treasures for the owner. An Audi is one such product of Germany. It has earned a well-deserved reputation for handling capability over the years. A tuned suspension is essential for this car to operate at maximum efficiency.   It is the Ride that Matters   An Audi in peak condition will... Read More

Auto Body Repair Portland OR

Exactly What You Hope a Mechanic Shop Should Be‎

July 14, 2010

“We have been taking our older BMW 740 to German Formula for more than two years. They always have provided flawless service including accurate diagnoses and honest options to cure the vehicle’s occasional ills.” -Hotwriter

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Voted #1 Mechanic and Body Shop

July 14, 2010

“I am a loyal customer of German Formula for 4 years now. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you at German Formula for the great job you have done to my Jetta.” -Jones Kwok

Mercedez-Benz repair Portland OR

Best Shop in Portland

July 13, 2010

“I have been taking my car to this shop for the better part of 6 years and I have never once had anything less then extraordinary service from them. the management actually care about the customers and the mechanics are more then willing to explain any questions that may arise about your vehicle.” -Blake