Independent Porsche Service & Repair
Our team at Autohaus Bayern in Beaverton can provide service and maintenance to your Porsche. Our dealership-level technical service capabilities are offered at far lower prices than the Porsche dealers will charge. We are a friendly independent professional workshop that specializes in the repair work for Porsche vehicles of all makes and models with clients from Beaverton, Portland, Cedar Hills, and Lake Oswego, OR.
Why choose Autohaus Bayern?
Our customer choose Autohaus Bayern because we are factory-trained and certified professionals with a passion for German made luxury cars, and we want to make your vehicle operate perfectly. We offer our customers advanced specialized tools and techniques. We are able to diagnose and repair your Porsche to the factory specifications, done right, done the first time.
We service and repair all Porsche models, including:
- Porsche 911
- Porsche Boxster
- Porsche Cayman
- Porsche Panamera
- Porsche Cayenne
- Porsche Macan
- Porsche 918
At Autohaus Bayern, we find that the most important quality of an excellent mechanic, besides honesty, is their skills as a diagnostician. You want a mechanic who can read your car and listen to what it’s saying in order to diagnose the problem. Most car repair shops simply replace parts until the problem goes away. That’s the difference between doing the job, and have a passion for the job. At Autohaus Bayern, we don’t just do a job, we love our job.
Porsche Auto Repair in Beaverton
Take your Porsche to a shop that will love your car. Visit our Beaverton location at: 10925 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy, Beaverton, OR 97005 or call us at: (503) 641- 4525
At least once a year, you should have your Porsche seen for service and maintenance to keep it running at full peak. We recommend that our customers annually check:
- Diagnostic system
- Check actuator travel of brake shoes
- Replace air intake pre-filter
- Radiators and air intakes, we visually inspect for external blockage
- Brake system, status of brake pads and brake discs
- Check for leaks
- Check hoses
- Inspect tie rod joints
- Spark Plugs
- Change the oil and filter
- Status of clutch fluid, transmission fluid