JAC Motor Enterprises
Ranked #17 of 234 in Kent
Services: MOT, Servicing, Tyres, Exhausts
West Hythe Road West Hythe
Call 01303 261922
By Maggie Harris, 1 September 2016
Whilst on holiday nearby we had issues with our car & phoned to ask if it could be looked at. JAC immediately said to bring the car in to be checked out. A 100yds away our car finally stopped. The garage very quickly came & jumped started us. They diagnosed the problem as being the alternator & managed to order a new one & fix it all today. As we are due to go home tomorrow it saved us massive inconvenience. Can't speak highly enough of them. Friendly, professional & superb service.
Visited InSep 2016
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Value for Money
"Old fashioned honest service BMW and Mercedes specialist , no coffee machines or reception area but JAC will give you real value for money."
By grumpy old git, 27 November 2011
I have used JAC since moving to the area 8 years ago. They now look after my 11 year old MB E320 CDI estate which has 157,000 miles on the clock and my 1972 MGB Roadster. It would take too much space to list all the things they have done for me but a few come to mind which will 'paint the picture'. The MB has from new suffered from odd electrical problems including on one occasion slight burning to the wiring in one of the headlamp looms. This was no problem for John of JAC because unbeknown to me when he had had to replace the other headlamp previously he had put the whole thing, complete with wiring loom, into his 'store'. He simply fitted the stored wiring loom to the other headlight. No charge for parts and, from memory only 1 hour's labour. (Currently £45). The MB also suffered a torn upper front suspension mounting last year. I was expecting a huge bill from the dealer but it was no problem for John to cut out the old plate , weld in a new one and underseal it etc - total bill less than £500 including parts! The MG was with him for something else recently and he noticed that the fuel lines and brake pipes were 'crossing' and at risk of rubbing on each other. He suggested re-routing them to prevent a possible problem. This is what I call service!