German Auto Repair Los Angeles

Your German vehicle deserves a better than dealership experience.

Are you tired of the hefty service process at the dealership? Welcome to Automed, the number one source for German car repair in Los Angeles. We are a dealer level facility with ASE-certified mechanics and the capability to diagnose and repair any make or model vehicle. Our professionals use cutting edge technology and the most advanced tools and are ready to give your automobile the highest quality services in the area.

We deliver exceptional service for German vehicles, including Mercedes, BMW, Audi, Porsche, Volkswagen, and Mini Cooper.

We back up each job we conduct with a 24,000 mile/24-month warranty, so you can always be confident in our work quality.

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German Auto Specialist in Los Angeles

Specializing in repairing German-made vehicles, our center is renowned for expert servicing of both new and old import cars for more than three decades. We provide customized car care, repairs, maintenance, and performance modifications for all of your German vehicle needs. At our facility, mechanics work to ensure your auto runs well for many years to come. Our staff regularly attends training classes to diagnose and fix any problems your vehicle may encounter properly. Automed team will also advise you on any developing issues with your car so future breakdowns can be prevented.



  • 30/60/90/120K Mile Services
  • Computer diagnostics
  • Oil change and filter replacements
  • Check engine light diagnostics
  • Brake repair
  • Suspension and steering repair
  • Exhaust replacement
  • Catalytic converter repair

engine repair


  • Engine Repair and replacement
  • Belt and hose replacement
  • Cooling system, radiator and water pump repair
  • Fuel system and injection repair
  • Ignition system repair and maintenance



  • Transmission repair and replacement
  • Driveline Repair and maintenance
  • Clutch repair and replacement
  • Transmission fluid service
  • Differential and driveshaft service



  • Light repair and bulb replacements
  • Alternator repair and replacement
  • Starter repair and replacement
  • Power steering repair
  • Battery replacement



  • Tire installations
  • Tire rotation and balancing
  • Wheel alignment



  • Heating and cooling system diagnostics
  • Auto A/C repair and maintenance
  • Heating system repair and maintenance
  • Compressor and evaporator repair
  • Refrigerant replacement

Independent German Auto Service in Los Angeles – (424) 353-0024

Whether you drive a BMW, Mercedes, Audi, or other German vehicles, we can help you with any repair maintenance or service need you have. We serve all of Los Angeles and the surrounding areas. Our knowledgeable staff possesses the expertise necessary to properly keep your car running smoothly or address any automotive issues. The quality of service done to your vehicle and your complete satisfaction are what Automed is about.

  • Independent German car mechanic
  • Save up to 50% compared to dealership
  • Dealer Level Car Diagnostic
  • We use OEM parts and lube
  • Access to Bosh genius products
  • ACE-Certified Staff with 30 years of experience
  • Family-Owned and Operated Company
  • Great Reputation, check out our Yelp reviews
  • Comfy waiting area with free coffee and Wi-Fi
  • Pick-up & Drop-off service.

Whether your European vehicle needs repair or regular maintenance, you can trust in the expertise and customer service at our shop. Feel free to give us a call today or stop by our facility for unparalleled service.

When your German vehicle needs quality auto care, make sure you visit Automed. Our staff is professionally trained to provide any service you need. Whether it’s an oil change or a transmission repair, our team is ready to help your car get back on the road! Give us a call at (424) 353-0024 and schedule your next appointment with us.

German Car Service & Maintenance FAQs

Monitor and maintain correct tire pressure values as indicated on the fuel filler door. Inspect the inflation pressure in all tires, including the spare, before going on long trips and at least once a month. The best time for checking is in the morning, after the car hasn’t been used for several hours or days. At least once a month, check to see how the tires are wearing. Bring your Mercedes-Benz to a German car specialist for tire balancing, alignment, replacement, and other services that will extend the life of the tires.

If your Audi’s check engine light is on and running rough, it may be due to ignition coil failure. The ignition coil is the part of the ignition system responsible for producing the engine spark that starts the motor’s air-fuel mixture. This is the main cause behind engine misfires. You may also feel a loss of power when accelerating.

The trouble with the automatic transmission comes down to the manufacturer’s stating that their transmissions don’t require fluid changes. It’s a big problem because not changing the transmission fluid will cause it to fail early. Changing the transmission fluid every 30,000-40,000 miles will save thousands in repairs. The CVT transmissions installed before 2008 should have regular oil changes. However, the five-speed automatic transmissions used on most Mini vehicles are much more dependable.

There may be many reasons why your VW won’t run, but the most obvious one may be the battery. If you leave your lights on, then it’s likely that the charge is out. One indicator of a poor battery is if it needs longer to start once you turn the key. There may be other reasons why your Golf 7 won’t start, so it’s best to consult a German mechanic.

Mobil 1 0W/40 full synthetic is the engine oil recommended for all Porsche models, and it’s best to carry a spare quart in your vehicle in case of emergency.


Automed Euro
13332 W. Washington Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90066
Business: (424)353-0024



Mercedes-Benz Repair
BMW Repair
Audi Repair
VW Repair
Porsche Repair
Mini Repair
Land Rover Repair
Jaguar Repair
Volvo Repair
SAAB Repair


Oil Change
Brake Repair
Tire Service
Wheel Alignment


Monday: 8:00am – 5pm
Tuesday: 8:00am – 5pm
Wednesday: 8:00am – 5pm
Thursday: 8:00am – 5pm
Friday: 8:00am – 5pm
Saturday: 8:00am – 2pm
Sunday: Closed