Come to Michael Bogart & Son Inc. for foreign and import repair services including these top Saab makes and models:
- Saab 9-5
- Saab 9-3
- Saab 900
Before Saab stopped making cars in 2012 it was producing automobiles with some of the highest engineering and performance standards in the industry. Saab Automobile AB was manufactured in Sweden as a project to design a small, reliable automobile that could offer engineering and amenities prized by European drivers. The first production model, the Saab 92, was launched in 1949. With all that history and precision craftsmanship it is understandable why you want to keep your Saab even though they are no longer in production.
At Michael Bogart & Son Inc. our specialists are highly trained and understand Saab level engineering standards. We have the best technicians in Poughquag with Saab expertise offering knowledge and a skill set that puts them above our competition. Michael Bogart & Son Inc. specialists are always up to date with modern technology but also repair and maintain older classic model Saabs.
If you are looking for a repair and maintenance service center near Poughquag for your classic or late model Saab then come to Michael Bogart & Son Inc.. We offer scheduled appointments, just call 845-221-2666 today or stop by our service center at 725 NY-216, Poughquag, NY, 12570.
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!