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Thank you for visiting our website.  At Worldwide Auto, we are experts in serving you and your car.  We specialize in European and foreign autos such as, BMW, Audi, Mercedes, Volvo, Saab, Volkswagen, Porsche, Honda, Toyota, Nissan, Kia, and select domestic cars.  As you know, Michigan weather and Traverse City roads can wreak havoc on your vehicle.  Bring your car to Traverse City's most trusted Auto repair shop.  Read the reviews below.


 

Dan - Aug 31, 2011
Would like to thank you for the “great” job you did on my Benz.  I thought your solution to replacing my break line was nothing short of ingenious!  I find you thorough, responsible and accountable.  You are my mechanical engineer.  I recommend you at every opportunity. Personal Letter

Andrew - Apr 7, 2010
I highly recommend Worldwide Auto! Worldwide Auto is hands-down the best mechanic we have ever taken our cars to. They are very helpful and courteous, and are straight forward with you. We take all of our BMW's, Audi's and Toyota's to Worldwide. They are the only mechanic we let work on our cars. I highly recommend Worldwide Auto to ANYONE, specially if you have a European or foreign vehicle.  Google Map Review

Zack - Mar 11, 2009
Wouldn't go anywhere else This is the only place I bring my Jetta. I have fixed my e-brake, an oil leak, and a few other minor maintenance issues. I've gotten hosed elsewhere, I would recommend this place for anyone with an Audi, VW, BMW, or other foreign cars.  Google Map Review

Reviewer #94938, 2007
Curt is very personable and explains the problem with your car in a language you can understand. He seems to have a lot of experience in diagnosing unusual problems because he found a problem with my car that does not occur often. Write your Car Talk review now!

Reviewer #79640, 2006
Kurt is the most competent, honest, and knowledgeable mechanic i have met for work on foreign cars.  Car Talk, NPR

Reviewer #143088, 2009
If you own a foreign car, particularly German, you need to be going to Curt. I switched to him after Marathon charged me for an expensive repair (oxygen sensor) when all I really needed was an inexpensive fuel pump, and then failed to own up to their mis-diagnosis. Curt is just as experienced as the dealership, but often much, much cheaper. My only complaint is that his competence has led him to be very busy, so sometimes you have to wait a week or so to get in to him.  Car Talk, NPR