717-872-7763 | 833 Central Manor Road Washington Boro, PA 17582
Pontiac Auto Repairs and Schedule Maintenance in Washington Boro
Come to Hess's Repair, Inc. for Pontiac Repair and Regular Maintenance Services
Repair and maintenance for all Pontiac make and models including:
- Pontiac Torrent
- Pontiac Solstice
- Pontiac G3
Hess's Repair, Inc. knows that just because new Pontiacs are no longer made it does not mean you have to let your old one go. Hess's Repair, Inc. makes the extra effort to source the correct parts for your Pontiac. From engine performance to AC repair to interior issues, at Hess's Repair, Inc. we are here to help.
Bring your Pontiac to Hess's Repair, Inc., in Washington Boro and our team of well-trained Pontiac service technicians will use the most advanced systems and technologies to repair your Pontiac and get it set up on a regular maintenance program. We take pride in knowing everything about the engineering and driving applications of high-performance Pontiac vehicles. You can count on Hess's Repair, Inc. in Washington Boro to provide the best service at affordable prices.
Pontiac is a brand that was discontinued amid the Great Recession and the bankruptcy of General Motors but is still best known today for its iconic Firebird muscle car. Your Pontiac not only differentiates itself from other sports cars but also from other brands that GM offered. The Pontiac brand was a sporty offshoot for the automaker but remains to this day a sought-after name in American sports cars and high-performance vehicles. Pontiac cars have a strong following, which is why many vehicles are still on the road today.
Hess's Repair, Inc. has a knowledgeable and friendly staff ready to fix or give maintenance to your Pontiac vehicle and get you and your car back on the road as soon as possible. We pride ourselves on offering affordable and efficient repairs that get you back on the road without breaking your wallet. Give us a call at 717-872-7763 or stop by our shop at 833 Central Manor Road in Washington Boro, PA, 17582.