"My first time here and I already feel comfortable! Everyone is so honest and friendly that you know that you are in good hands. I've been through so many people to get my car fixed and finally I have a place I can go to without worry. Thanks Gibraltar!" -- Josh C. of Monroe Township, NJ
"Steve, the owner at Gibraltar Transmissions really makes customers and potential customers feel comfortable. I contacted him after an unpleasant experience at the AAMCO nearby. Steve never actually did business with me, but explained things to me that the AAMCO failed to do, and confirmed for me the price range of the work that was done, showing me that the AAMCO did not rip me off, but simply had bad 'bedside manners,' and questionable legal standing.
In the future, while I strongly hope my car will never need that kind of maintenance again, Steve has my business and my referrals (note: he does more than just transmissions too!). I strongly encourage Steve's customers to write Yelp and Google reviews for this business, so that Gibraltar Transmissions will have more online visibility than other places in this area." -- M. H. of New Brunswick, NJ
"Took my 07 matrix to a Ammco shop when engine light went on and i could feel the physical problems on the transmission when driving. All Ammco is telling me that the transmission needs to rebuild because of the problem and it will cost $2200+ to get it done. I have my doubts not because they don't do a good job on rebuilding a transmission but dropping $2,200.00 on a '07 matrix with 200,000's miles on it.
So I start searching for another shop, after reading reviews on both Yelp & Google I found this shop and decided to give a shot. Let me tell you it is a good choice I bring my car to these guys. Took my car in on Friday, meet with the owner and after going through the diagnose and trouble shoot, I'm told and shown that the OBD-II code is on solenoid wires, and this could be just the problem but can't be 100% until actual physical work is done on the transmission. They couldn't work on my car right away because they are fully commit to cars that are already in the shop until next Monday. Since my experience in the shops are great, going through the diagnose process, a tour in the shop and the wall of shame(where comparison between other shop's quotes to their actual invoices who bring their cars over). I left my car at the shop for them to perform repairs.
End result, $400.00 bill for transmission repair on 4 wires to the SLT Solenoid, plus $150 labor for front brake pads, front brake rotor and serpentine belt replaced (I provide the parts). Leaves me very satisfy with the choice I make to bring my car over. This place is the best auto shop I've encounter in my recent memory, they don't throw in big words to scare you or replace part where not needed. They fix where is needed and charge you a reasonable price." -- James C. of Edison, NJ