I have been to many car repair shops in many states over the years. I currently have a 1995 Nissan Maxima with 196,000 miles and Strictly has kept going in wonderful shape for the last 7 years that I have lived in Denver. I work long hours with an inflexible schedule and problems with an old car arise at inconvenient times. I don't have time to go somewhere that I don't trust. At Strictly I can drop my car in their lot after hours without a phone call and drop the keys in the door in an envelope with a description of the problem. They call me the next day and tell me what is wrong. They are reasonably rapid in their repair service. I can then pay over the phone with a credit card and pick up the car with my keys locked in it after hours. I have sent many friends to Strictly and they all say the same things about them. The don't look special from the outside, and they don't come to you dressed in a suit and tie. They are plain talking mechanics in an unimpressive space. But they tell you what is wrong, what really needs to be repaired, and what can wait, and they do it VERY honestly. I sent my girlfriend to Strictly and they did a bunch of repairs on her Volkswagen. When a similar problem surfaced 4 months later, she was about ready to throw away her car. She took it back to Strictly and they found the problem. Something that they had repaired previously had failed. They said it was something that shouldn't have failed in that time period, replaced the parts, spent a few hours in labor, and charged her $7. She couldn't believe it. Although they may be Subaru specialists, they do will with most imports. I'm not one to spend time reviewing businesses, but Strictly Automotive is a business that I absolutely believe in and would recommend to anyone.
Pros: convenient, fair, stand behind their work