Parrish Auto Repair, Inc. was started in January of 1992, and has been in business at our present location since opening. It’s Founder, Tony Parrish, saw a need for an independent auto repair facility that specialized in Asian Imports. “That portion of the auto repair business was terribly lacking. Your main choices were all Dealerships. I wanted to offer a repair facility where you could have your vehicle repaired, and be more than just a number. We wanted to get to know our customers on a one to one basis, and have a relationship that was not just profit driven. As our business grew, it became evident that we needed to expand our offerings. We now work on all Asian Imports, all Domestic vehicles, and a limited number of European Vehicles”.
Great service. Very honest guy who does great work at a reasonable price with the customer as his highest priority.
My daughter's Jeep blew a brake line on the way home from Charlotte to Savannah and I needed to find a reputable auto mechanic from 824 miles away. Parrish was recommended by other SCAD parents and I can honestly say that they were spot on. Tony Parrish took great care of my daughter's Jeep and his pricing was honest and fair. He took the time to call me and let me know what the issue was and it was repaired in a timely manner. If you are a SCAD parent with a kid who has a car in Savannah that needs any sort of repair consider Parrish Auto. Honest, fair, and a pleasure to deal with.
Great locally-owned mechanic shop. Prices are very fair, and they won’t charge you for unnecessary parts/service.
My 2011 Jetta was having clutch issues, and I thought the whole clutch would need to be replaced. Over the phone the owner said it was likely just the master cylinder, which was cheaper to replace than the whole clutch. When I brought it to the shop, turns out the clutch linkage just needed to be tightened, so my car was repaired after a couple hours of labor. No charge for parts, saving me a lot of money.
Parrish Auto is the only shop I’ll use in town, and I highly recommend them.