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Best dealer around Boston for service?

Discussion in 'North East' started by sixdoubleseven, Aug 13, 2009.

  1. sixdoubleseven

    sixdoubleseven [OP] Wrangler Convert

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    What dealers should I use for service? Which ones should I avoid?

    I live in Stoughton so the closest ones to me are:

    Copeland
    Boch
    Rt 44
    Wellesely


    Looking for a place to get oil changes done and regular service. I know it's usually cheaper to go to a private service shop, but I haven't had the best luck with them in the past.
     
  2. sdel82

    sdel82 Active Member

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    Go to Boch South. Just had the best dealer experience. I'm a new Tacoma owner.
     
  3. DanGer

    DanGer Avatar approved by 98tacomav6

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    I'm not sure of your situation with time and all, but I have never experienced a vehicle where the maintenance was as easy to do-it-yourself as the tacoma. All it takes for oil changes is a wrench, filter wrench/screwdriver, oil, filter and 30 mins tops
     
  4. BMBIG

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    i second Boch South or Norwood. My father bought in Norwood and I bought in Attleboro. No problems to date.
     
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    +1...Cheaper too and you know it's done right.
     
  6. sixdoubleseven

    sixdoubleseven [OP] Wrangler Convert

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    I used to change the oil on my Wranglers, but I just don't feel like messing around with the used oil anymore.

    Boch scares me for some reason, but since no one else is recommending any other places, I'll give them a shot.
     
  7. TicTacOma

    TicTacOma UnderWater Monopoly Champion

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    Bought a Yaris at Boch Norwood, great sales and service. Lived in Taunton so I thought after a while Rt44 would be the easiest seeing it was closer, Forget about that. I took the ride to Boch. They are open all day on Sunday for service too. They have that big TV, comfy chairs and a deli too. Schedule it just right and you could sit and watch the football game. 'Tis the season.

    The service manager told me on Sundays he gets calls from the wives asking him to send the hubbies home.

    Good luck.
     
  8. TattooedGirl

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    I would say do it yourself, or find a friend thats a mech. to do it for you and through him a few bucks...
     
  9. Angel of Death

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    I do all my own service but Boch Norwood has pretty good parts prices. Plus I work across the street so it's oh so convenient.
     
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