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Bugatti Service Repair - St. Charles & St. Louis

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Oh. My. Bugatti

Look, they’re simply not for the budget-conscious or the tame of heart. Topping out at more than 260 mph, the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport previously held the Guinness World Record for the fastest “supercar” in the world for several years in a row. With unparalleled automotive design and engineering, Bugatti’s models, both the Chiron and Veyron, deliver the same racing and driving thrills that the world’s best race car drivers have been enjoying for the past century.

As exclusive and rare as the vehicle itself, is the Bugatti owner. It goes without saying that the super-elite club expects the absolute best; leaving no room for compromise or excuses. It is what Ettore Bugatti would expect and demand. And it is what we strive for on a daily basis at Luxury Import Auto Repair Specialists : that extreme drive for excellence beyond par.

Bugatti  & Service that Surpasses Owner Expectations

Following the tradition of excellence set forth by Bugatti’s intrepid founder, the team of Bugatti repair experts at Luxury Import Auto Repair Specialists always strives to provide service that never compromises. We understand that your rare automobile deserves the highest level of attention and professionalism.

At Luxury Import Auto Repair Specialists, we specialize in luxury import auto repair, working on some of the world’s most sought-after, premier vehicles. Discover the peace of mind experienced by leaving your precious auto in the hands of professionals that respect and understand your devotion. It’s a Bugatti. Nothing more is needed to be said.

About Ettore Bugatti

Inducted into the Automotive Hall of Fame, Ettore Bugatti was the founder of Automobiles E. Bugatti, which he started in 1909. His first attempt at designing and building an automobile, came in 1898; which he labeled the Bugatti Type 1. He was just 17 years old.

The eccentric owner was known for strict standards with not only his staff but with the owners of the unique vehicles themselves; refusing to sell to certain individuals based on his own personal proclivities. The Bugatti website states that he had once refused a sale to a customer who had personally shown up at the factory to buy a new Bugatti based on the fact that the man had come in a model of Taxi that he did not care for. Another story says he also refused to sell to a certain king because Bugatti believed him to have deplorable table manners.