Allow Automed Euro to prove how great German auto specialists we are. We strive to go above and beyond with every West Los Angeles Porsche Repair service, and maintenance. Our ASE-certified mechanics have all the up-to-date tools, technology, and dealer-rated diagnostic equipment available to make sure every service is accurate every time. We only use genuine Porsche parts and the top quality made in Germany lubricants and coolants to ensure your most prized possession only gets the best. Your car will receive exceptional, dealer level care at an affordable price. Our team stands behind all of Porsche services with a 2 Year / 24,000 Mile Warranty.


(424) 353-0024

We service all Porsche models including 911 Carrera, Boxster, Panamera, Cayenne, Cayman, Macan, and Taycan.

Best Porsche Repair in West Los Angeles

We handle all Porsche repair and service, from top to bottom. Our consistent and clean oil changes make sure your dream car keeps the proper lubrication. Our team also provides timely tune-ups, fluid services, filter changes, engine diagnostics, maintenance inspections, tire services, and more. Stay two laps ahead of every performance issue or Porsche repair need by adhering to our service plan. Let us know what you expect from your automobile and us – and we’ll exceed those expectations. Our Porsche specialists will also perform a complimentary multi-point inspection to ensure that no part of your vehicle is overlooked and is underperforming. Let’s keep you on the road and in the fast lane with the supreme quality Porsche care.

Why Choose Automed Euro, Porsche Repair Shop in West Los Angeles?

You shouldn’t trust your German machine to anybody. Experience, knowledge, and sophisticated equipment are trademarks of our Porsche Auto Repair facility. Our Porsche Specialists offer complete services and repairs for your Porsche. We make sure you get the most out of your investment and that your high-performance car meets all of your expectations.

Start here, at Automed Euro, the preferred service destination for all Porsche drivers in West Los Angeles.

• Bosch Certified Service Center

• Save up to 50% compared to Dealership

• Dealer-level car diagnostic

• We use made in Germany Oil and lubricants.

• ASE-certified staff with 30+ years of experience

• Family-owned and operated company

• Excellent reputation, check out our Google Reviews

• Waiting area with free Wi-Fi and coffee

• Pick-up and drop-off service for your comfort.

Masters of Porsche Repair in West LA – (424) 353-0024

Just because you’re driving one of the most prestigious sports automobiles doesn’t mean you need to return to the dealer for service. We are the best alternative to the dealer. We treat you like family, not like a number. You can trust our Bosch Certified facility for all of your Porsche repair and maintenance needs. Next time you’re in our neighborhood, feel free to stop by with any questions or concerns about your Porsche’s performance. Coffee is on us!

Audi Maintenance FAQs

Auto experts recommend the factory maintenance schedules, except an oil service, which we encourage at a more frequent interval, a maximum of 7,500 miles, or once a year at least.

Yes, Porsche is equipped with some of the most powerful brakes in the industry, and intermittent brake noise is deemed regular operation. For more details, call our Porsche independent service.

There are many reasons why your Boxster won’t start, but the most obvious reason may be the battery. If you leave your lights on, then it’s logical to assume that the charge is out. One signal of a low battery charge is if it takes a while to start the motor once you turn the key. Still, there may be other reasons why the Boxster won’t start, so it’s best to visit the authorized Porsche service.

There is no scheduled replacement interval for power steering fluid. The steering fluid should be replaced only as necessary based on a visual inspection conducted by a mechanic.

While many mechanics recommend the 3k to 7k miles or 3-month oil change, this may or may not be accurate for your car. Therefore, always check the auto user manual. It gives you the most accurate information, particularly for newer models.