Michael Bogart & Son Inc. Can Meet All Your Volkswagen Repair and Maintenance Needs
When you visit Michael Bogart & Son Inc., located in Poughquag, NY, 12570 you'll get a first-hand experience on how our team of highly-trained Volkswagen service technicians can handle all of your Volkswagen's maintenance problems. Our staff is trained in the latest repair and maintenance techniques and understands what the Volkswagen brand is all about.
Volkswagen is a global automotive manufacturer that builds cars, coupes, convertibles, SUVs and crossovers. It's a brand that prides itself on diesel technology, robust German engineering and sound reliability.
Whether your Volkswagen is new or old, problems can arise. Common Volkswagen problems include engine and transmission issues, which depends on the model and year of your Volkswagen.
Get Your Volkswagen Vehicle Fixed At An Affordable Price
Michael Bogart & Son Inc. has a well-trained staff of Volkswagen service technicians who are ready to service your Volkswagen vehicle and any problems it faces. Michael Bogart & Son Inc. prides itself on offering efficient repairs at an affordable price. Our staff is patiently waiting to service all your Volkswagen service and maintenance needs. You can give us a call at 845-221-2666. Or you can stop by our service center. Our staff is waiting!
What People Say About Us
Good people, great shop, you can't go wrong getting your vehicle worked on here!
Great service! Bogart's is definitely my suggestion for the Hudson Valley and beyond.
Can't go wrong at Bogart's. My little baby Jeep feels brand new, and I'm safe on the road. Very friendly staff and excellent prices for repairs. Love Bogart's!
Excellent service. Friendly and accommodating. Fixed and inspected dump truck when others wouldn't take it. Will be using Bogart's as our auto repair shop of choice!
Used as a drop-off for our U-haul. They were amazing. We over filled on gas so they didn't charge us for a few miles we went over. Very thankful and pleased. We were able to drop off while the garage was closed. Thank you Bogarts!