Dedicated service

BMW

Joel’s Automotive located in Upland, CA is dedicated to our customers and their vehicles. When your car breaks down you have enough to worry about. You shouldn't have to worry about being overcharged and whether your repairs are being performed correctly. Joel's Automotive is your dealer alternative for all makes and models from GMC to Ford. Our techs specialize in all makes and models with specialized tools for Audi, Mercedes, BMW, and Volkswagen.

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Personalized service

GMC

At Joel’s you will never feel like a number. We provide the highest level of personalized customer service in the industry, focusing on making the repair process as enjoyable as it can be. After 28 years in business, this is not a job, it's a passion to help others. At Joel’s Automotive, serving the 91786 zip code and surrounding areas, we also provide flash services and smog checks. We offer in town towing and shuttle services for your convenience.

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Count on Joel’s Auto

Mercedes

You can count on Joel and the team to get you back on the road without any hassle and in a professional atmosphere. Sign up for our e-Newsletter for free tips about preventative maintenance. We will see you soon!

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Joel’s Auto Warranty

Ford

When you have service and repairs performed at a TECH-NET PROFESSIONAL AUTO SERVICE® center, you're covered by a Worry-free Driving Nationwide Warranty. The Worry-free Driving Nationwide Warranty reaches across North America when you need it most providing vehicle protection on qualifying service and repairs.

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Autologic Diagnostics

Ford

Joel’s Automotive uses Autologic Diagnostics to provide unrivaled technical support from master technicians and specialist software engineers. This solution gives us the confidence to undertake any service and repair work required.

We provide complete coverage of all the vehicle systems.

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Customer Reviews

Ford

Read reviews from many of our satisfied customers.

I have been coming to Joel’s Automotive for the last year, and I have always received great service for an affordable prices; will defiantly refer friends and family, the staff is very friendly and helpful.

Mya J.
Encinitas, CA

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05 Feb

What does that smell mean?

Most vehicles start out with a “new car smell,” but there are other specific odors that motorists should never ignore. Identifying these suspect smells early on can help car owners be car care aware and avoid the hassle and expense of an unexpected breakdown, says the Car Care Council.

“Unusual smells can be the sign of serious, and potentially costly, trouble for your vehicle. By acting quickly and making necessary repairs, you’ll be able to breathe easy knowing there is no harmful damage to your car,” said Rich White, executive director, Car Care Council.

30 Jan

Tire Pressure

Maximize your tires' performance and durability by monitoring and maintaining correct air pressure. Air is a gas, expanding when heated and contracting when cooled. For most of California, and late winter and early spring are especially important times for checking tire pressure—as the ambient temperature falls, tire pressure goes down. A good rule of thumb is that for every 10 degrees Fahrenheit temperature change, tire pressure changes about 1 psi—higher as temperature rise, lower as they fall. Also, check your vehicle's owner's manual for recommended tire pressure.
24 Jan

How safe is your vehicle?

The brake system is your car's most important safety system. Never put off routine brake inspections or any needed repair so that your car can continue to operate as designed. Brakes are a normal wear item for any car. Eventually, they're going to need to be replaced for both performance and safety reasons.
15 Dec

Checking Air Pressure

Check your vehicle's tires at least once a month, when the tires are cold (let the vehicle sit for at least three hours). Look in your owner's manual for the recommended tire inflation for your vehicle. Use a quality gauge. Don't "eyeball" tires—radial tires can look fine even when they're under-inflated.

Be sure to look for objects that have become wedged in the tread—they can work themselves further into the tire and cause air loss. And don't forget to check the spare!

20 Nov

Winterize Your Car

You wouldn't head out into cold weather without warm clothes; would you?  Your vehicle faces similar challenges as temperatures drop. The bottom line: your car needs a little extra attention to protect it from the cold weather. A little preparation before winter sets in may help prevent major headaches later.

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