Eugene Auto Repair

(541) 485-8226
Mon - Fri: 7:45 AM - 5:30 PM
$153.95 Air Conditioning Special
Perform a visual inspection for leaks. Install pressure gauges. Check high and low pressures and outlet duct temperature. Check cooling fan operation. Evacuate and recycle Freon. Recharge to manufactures specifications. Price includes inspection and up to 1lb of freon.
Bought in our 2012 Audi A4 for service - Ryan was friendly and explained the maintenance process that we had requested. The car was ready when we returned in an hour. We are pleased with our decision to have the car serviced locally and will return to Euro Asian for future service needs.
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Our Experienced Auto Mechanics

We bring a whole lot of combined experience!
More than 40 years in business, 80,000 services

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Our specials


Today's cars are amazing machines, unimaginable to the visioneers of even a few decades ago: sensors and signals, computers and codes, global positioning, and an emerging generation of hybrid engines.

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About us


Environmental Leadership is very important to George Rode and his crew at Euro-Asian. They have done an extreme amount to make as little impact to the fragile world as possible.

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Specializing in the care, repair and service of Japanese, Swedish
and German autos: Toyota, Honda, Subaru, Nissan, Saab, Volvo,
BMW, Audi, VW and more!


Since 1975, EuroAsian Automotive has carefully and consciously developed an outstanding reputation for integrity and consistently high quality service. Our auto repair shop is small enough to give us the luxury of becoming personally acquainted with you and your vehicle. The average tenure of our five employees is 18 years, so you'll be greeted by the same smiling faces each time you bring your car in. We look forward to developing a long-term relationship with you and your car!

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Test driving a Ferrari 458

The Shop Owner George Rode Drives a Ferrari. George always wanted to drive a Ferrari fast, but could never afford it. He joined his first employee David Shaw, in Las Vegas and they decided to give it a try and see how it felt to drive these luxury vehicles.