Nissan

Nissan Repair Professionals - St. Charles & St. Louis

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The Undeniable Reliability of Nissan

Whether you prefer the comfort of a mid-sized sedan, the rugged purpose of a truck, the fun of a sports car or the roomy versatility of an SUV, Nissan has you covered in the most innovative ways. Though recognized around the world for both performance and amenities, the Nissan line of automobiles remains both affordable and sought after. Fans all around the globe seek to own the historied brand, keeping it one of the most popular selling line of vehicles in the world. 

Since Nissan took control of DAT in 1934, changing the name Datson to Datsun, and ultimately phasing out the old moniker in favor of Nissan in 1986, the company has been providing the world with highly-rated and respected vehicles. Nissan owners everywhere understand the difference that the renowned name now stands for and are proud to be part of its history.

Nissan-Certified Experts in Auto Repair

Nissan owners in the Greater St. Louis area need to look no further for excellence in auto repair and service than Kudos Import and Performance. Since 2006, our team of automotive technology experts have been servicing and repairing Nissans and other imported vehicles at the highest levels of professionalism. Backed by today's most innovative tools and equipment, our technicians and mechanics are able to provide unparalleled customer care that Nissan owners  both expect and deserve. Making your hard-earned dollar go further, our expert auto repair techniques are meant to ensure the long-lasting reliability of your Nissan automobile.  Schedule your service appointment now with St. Louis' choice in expert auto care by calling us at 636-224-4239.

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Keeping Your Nissan Humming 

Routine checks can help protect the life of your vehicle between scheduled maintenance visits. Make sure to routinely inspect yours by:

  • Checking Engine Oil Levels

  • Checking  Brake Fluid Levels

  • Checking  Tire Pressure

  • Checking Coolant Fluid Levels

  • Inspecting Car Battery

  • Checking Wiper Blades and Windshield Washer Fluids

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