Looking for Volvo service? Seattle locals turn to EuroCar Service for their Volvo repair and auto repair needs. We are proud to specialize in European vehicles. At our auto repair shop, we only carry the industry’s leading tools and equipment. We boast an extensive online data library and are able to service your vehicle at the highest technical level. There isn’t a Volvo service or Volvo repair problem our Seattle Technicians can’t fix.

The next time your car requires Volvo service or Volvo repair, we invite to contact us at our Seattle facility. You won’t be disappointed. To help make sure your appointment is as stress-free as possible, we offer shuttle service and free loaner vehicles to all our clients.

Here is a recent 5-star review featured on Yelp from one of our loyal clients, Bob F.:

“I wish there was another star and I could award a ‘6’, then you’d get an idea of how good these guys are. Mike, Wade and the whole crew are just fantastic. I’ve had several vehicles over the last 4-5 years serviced there. Always thorough, accurate, helpful and personable.”

We strive to be the leading auto repair service facility in all Seattle. We are passionate about the repair and maintenance of all European imports, including the dependable Volvo. We believe expert Volvo service is 100% necessary to keep your Seattle-based Volvo running for years to come. The next time you need reliable Volvo service, contact our Seattle facility at 206-527-8828, or schedule an appointment online.

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We all know servicing our vehicles is the best way to extend their road-life, but sometimes routine maintenance can get overlooked or swept under the rug. If everything seems to be working as it should, it can be easy to focus on other things beyond servicing your car. Unfortunately, ignoring routine maintenance can have expensive Read more…

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Make Your Car Breathe Easier Replace The Air Filter

Many drivers want custom wheels for their vehicles. However, ordering tires over the internet, or even from an auto parts store, could cause some issues. Sometimes they don’t fit right, and the tires can rub when you drive over bumps or around turns. This is why we recommend consulting with our tire professionals to ensure Read more…

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