Jeep has a long history of producing trucks and SUVs that are meant to go off the beaten path. The Wrangler and the Cherokee have remained immensely popular since the 1980s, and with recent improvements in performance and quality, the Jeep brand is likely maintain its fan base and attract new followers. If you are among them, our mechanics are ready to work on your Jeep when it needs repairs.
The modern Jeep Wrangler is one of the last remaining four-wheel drive vehicles with solid front and rear axles, which are known for their strength, durability, and precision. Wranglers also have differentials, transmissions, and heavy duty suspension systems developed to withstand heavy-duty, off-road use. At Simpson Brothers Garage WEB, we repair Wranglers, ensuring Jeeps leave our shop ready to hit the road or the trail.
Our mechanics are passionate about car repair and care, for Jeep vehicles and every type of vehicle we work on here at Simpson Brothers Garage WEB. We put our hearts into our work and never give less than our best. One of the ways we make sure to continue providing top quality auto repairs and service is to retain and build on our knowledge, which means we can capably work on older and newer vehicles alike. Our shop also makes sure to have the right tools and equipment to provide your vehicle with the best automotive services Grand Junction has to offer.
When your Jeep isn’t performing as it should, it’s important to communicate your findings to our service writer or technicians. If possible, bring a written list of the symptoms you’re experiencing with your Jeep, and be prepared to describe the symptoms. Resist the temptation to suggest a specific course of repair. Just as you would with your doctor, tell us where it hurts and how long it’s been that way, but let our mechanics diagnose and recommend a remedy.
If your Jeep needs repairs or maintenance service, call Simpson Brothers Garage WEB in Grand Junction. You can also request an appointment through our online contact form. We’ll contact you to confirm the date and time.