EuropAsian Auto Pro's for Fast And Convenient Hummer Repair Services
Repair and maintenance for all Hummer make and models including:
- Hummer EV
- Hummer H3
- Hummer H2 SUT
EuropAsian Auto Pro's is the top-rated shop for Hummer auto repairs and maintenance in Grand Prairie. Our team of technicians can answer any questions you have related to Hummer maintenance schedules and they standby ready to diagnose and repair your Hummer. At EuropAsian Auto Pro's we are experts on Hummers and understand the brand's strong engineering origins.
Originally, General Motors owned Hummer, and designed it for wartime military service. Today, the Hummer brand combines a rugged exterior with reliability and interior creature comforts.
Hummer is a brand that takes power, off road capabilities and reliability seriously. EuropAsian Auto Pro's highly recommends regular general maintenance to avoid high-cost repairs that can arise in some models and from aggressive driving applications. Common problems involve the engine, transmission, and the rear suspension. Bring your Hummer to EuropAsian Auto Pro's for repairs on which you can depend.
EuropAsian Auto Pro's is here for every Hummer driver who does not want to be sidelined by auto repairs. We get you back on the road as quickly as possible at an affordable price. EuropAsian Auto Pro's understands that Hummer owners need fast affordable and convenient service. Our staff is ready to service all your Hummer vehicles. Give us a call at 972-647-0314 or stop by our service center at 2761 S Great Southwest Pkwy in Grand Prairie, TX, 75052.
What our clients are saying about us
We have established longterm and stable partnerships with various clients thanks to our excellence in solving their automotive needs!
We've been using EuropAsian Auto Pros for several years for all of our vehicles. Always professional, helpful and reliable. We trust Nathan and his team to take care of our cars and give us good auto advice.
This place has one of the best mechanics to ever work on Nissan vehicles. He is also a nice guy and is ready to give you a break. I took my 300zx in to get the oil pressure gauge working. He found it didn't need a new sensor, just reconnecting the cable left off by the person who last changed the oil. No charge.