We specialize in Honda, Acura & Toyota!
Welcome to Grand Imports! We special in expert auto repair and maintenance services to the Austin area. Our friendly staff invites you to schedule an appointment for your next scheduled maintenance or repair. We are a full service shop and can handle both your basic requirements and your ultimate performance needs. From batteries, to brakes, to tune-ups — let us make sure your vehicle is reliable and safe.
We take the time to explain every job, and always provide you with an estimate in advance. You can be assured that our technicians have been trained to repair your vehicle - old and new alike - the very first time. And we always use the right parts for your vehicle.  We offer a host of FREE services including online auto maintenance schedules, followed by friendly reminders that let you know when your car is due for service. 

It is our goal to provide you with the best professional service at an affordable rate. 

Give us a try and you'll be a customer for life.

- Ian Somervill, Owner


I would totally recommend this shop! Friendly, professional folks! The shop was clean and I felt at ease leaving my car there. I absolutely recommend Grand Imports!
 Linda and Darrel, 3/3/2017l

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Road Trip Checklist

1. Inspect your tires. Tires should be properly inflated to the pressure listed in your owner’s manual, sidewalls should be clear without checking or cracks, and there should be at least 1/16-inch of tread left. Also make sure your spare is inflated.

2. Check your cooling system. Many modern cars often have long-life coolant engineered to last up to 100,000 miles. Older cars and RVs need to have the coolant changed more frequently. Make sure the radiator is full (check while engine is cold), and the overflow tank should be filled to its indicator line. All hoses should be firm and dry. If the level is low, try using distilled water to prevent scale and mineral build-up.

3. Check your oil. Many owners forget to check the level between oil changes. Make sure your oil level is full and for longer drain intervals switch to a top-quality, ester-based synthetic. Also note that you can add a quart of synthetic to conventional oils without issue.

4. Check your transmission fluid level. Most automatics have a dipstick clearly labelled in the engine compartment. Fluid should be full and clean (clear red, not brown or black). Manual transmissions should be serviced at intervals recommended in your owner’s manual. Also ensure that the fluid you select meets the specifications for your vehicle.

5. Test your batteryExtreme weather is hard on batteries. If your battery is several years old, have it checked. Be sure terminals are clean and tight. Test it yourself or bring your car into our shop for a charging system test. There is nothing worst than being stuck in the middle of nowhere with a dead battery!