Current Discount Offers

Unless otherwise noted, all our offers are subject to some standard conditions…  YOU MUST MENTION ANY DISCOUNT WHEN YOU SCHEDULE SERVICE because it is NOT VALID AFTER COMPLETION OF SERVICE.  Unless otherwise noted, OFFERS CANNOT BE COMBINED.

Page last updated 3/8/2017

Options

Save $150 on any Major Interval Service

(30-, 60-, 90-, and 120-thousand mile Services)
We handle Major Interval Services differently than the Dealerships, but it’s still a good idea to have your vehicle checked out at these mileage milestones.  We’ll use our Comprehensive Inspection to determine your vehicle’s condition, itemize and prioritize the service items, and then do just the things that actually need to be done to prepare for your next 30,000 miles. Take $150 off the full service!
(offer expires 3/31/17)

Save $30 on Minor Interval Service with SYNTHETIC Oil

If you haven’t switched to synthetic oil, you really should.  It’s better for your vehicle, better for you, and better for the planet.  And saving $30 makes the switch easy!
(offer expires 3/31/17)

Get a FREE Comprehensive Inspection

($150 value; free with $300 minimum purchase)
Our Comprehensive Inspection isn’t just a quick peek.  It’s up to 4 hours of an ASE-Certified Technician probing your vehicle to determine, document, and prioritize any repair or maintenance needs it may have.  We’ll give it to you FREE if you have at least $300 worth of service done as a result of the Inspection.
(offer expires 3/31/17)

We also have two ongoing offers you may be interested in…

CNPButtonCarbon Neutral Program

Save 10% on labor charges and drive carbon-free during your one-year membership

 Referral Reward ProgramRefRewardsButton

We make a donation to the non-profit group YOU care about whenever a new client gives us your name as a referral source

RequestAppointmentButtonClick here to request an appointment, or just call us at 503-230-2300 to talk with one of our non-commissioned Service Advisors!

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