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Swedish Connection is one of the leading Used Car Dealer in New Milford, New Jersey. Find Address, Contact Number, Reviews & Ratings, Photos, Maps of Swedish Connection, New Milford, New Jersey. Swedish Connection is located at 109b S Railroad Ave, Bergenfield, NJ 07621, United States. You can contact them at contact number and using contact form given below.

Swedish Connection Work Hours

Monday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Location

109b S Railroad Ave, Bergenfield, NJ 07621, United States

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    • Frank Monaco
      November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

      Phenomenal shop, the owner and his partner know exactly what they’re doing. I’m a mechanic and never dealt with Saab’s and this place is amazing. Went there for some major issues and they took care of them within a day and they even restored my headlights for free. One of the most honest shops I’ve ever been to.

    • Luis Lopez
      November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

      I’ve brought my daughter’s Volvo V70 to Joe numerous times, and I’ve always been treated in a fair and transparent manner. Repairs (fuel pump, exhaust, etc.) are certainly less expensive than at the dealer, and in the rare occasions when a computer-related repair is not possible (I can only speak for Volvo), I wasn’t charged at all. Trust this place.

    • Evan Ceballos
      November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

      Great experience every time I bring my 06 Saab to Joe. Extremely reasonable prices and he and his worker get things done the right way in a timely manner, which will not break the bank. Some Saab parts are hard to come by these days, but Joe knows where to get them. He has been in this business a long time and will help out loyal customers who do not cause unnecessary problems. He even let me test out a computer for my car before actually dishing out the money just to make sure it worked correctly. After my Saab is done, which is still on the road running better than ever because of Joe, I will definitely bring my next cars in for work at Swedish Connection.

    • Josh Kalish
      November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

      The guy who owns the place is a Saab expert. He fixed everything on my list and was reasonable compared to the dealer who used to work on the car. I will continue to use him for other work.

    • Jesse Parsells
      November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

      The reply below proves my point about awful customer service exactly.

      1. I never ordered, nor needed, a steering shaft. They are clearly confusing me with some other customer! The only work they ever did for me was a new clutch a few months ago. There was never any talk of a steering shaft. They had no problem talking to me about adjusting the brakes at that time. They had no problem with the idea of giving me a quote for diagnosing the turbo problem at that point. What happened was- they got busy, and now need extra work. They clearly don’t want to spend the bit of time it would take to diagnose my turbo issue.

      2. I had the e-brake adjusted yesterday by a non-specialist for $50. No problem. Rotors, calipers and pads were fine. (handbrake cable & pads are new, by the way, calipers only have 20k on them- my non-specialist mechanic did those jobs without a problem, I thought I’d have a “specialist” look at the “self-adjusting” e-brake. My original brake cable lasted 195k miles. This one has less than 10k miles on it. Anybody who actually looked at the car would have noticed that.)

      3. He did not look at the car, and did not diagnose ANY problems. What parts is he referring to? The e-brake was repaired with no parts. He didn’t look at the turbo, so what part did that need? Its a c900, I know parts are sometimes hard to find, I usually source them myself…. but again- he was supposed to be giving a simple estimate, not sourcing parts, and DEFINITELY not “finding space to keep the car” in his shop! I use the regularly to drive to work, its not a project car and not something I would have wanted him to have for more than a day or two.

      4. They AGAIN talk about body work. How in the world is this their concern? Neither the turbo or the e-brake have anything to do with the dent in the right rear quarter panel (which has incidentally been there for 20 years). If they MUST know, the car is under warranty for the paint work I had done a decade ago and is going into the body shop for new paint and touch ups next week. How in the heck that has anything to do with his job as a mechanic confounds me.

      5. Notice they do not mention their idiotic explanation for why they thought it was okay to throw out OTHER PEOPLE’S TOOLS? Or why they think the way they talk to customers on the phone, or in person, or in voice messages, is okay (read the other reviews- unprofessional behavior is the NORM apparently!)

      1-star for my first visit where they were unprofessional over the phone and unprofessional for throwing away my private possessions from inside the car.

      1-star for my second visit where they accepted an appointment for a 30+ year old car, but then said they don’t want to work on old cars after it sat there for over 24 hours, and an obnoxious voice message.

      1-star for ME being an idiot and going back to a place that is horrible to deal with because “they know saabs”. They might know how to repair saabs, but they actually have to LOOK at the car first to “know” a problem rather than assume. And they also have to have the professionalism to not confuse you with some random other customer who apparently ordered a steering shaft!?!?

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