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IS COMING NOVEMBER 2019!

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Asian Imports Auto Arrives in Henderson!

Asian Imports Auto Arrives in Henderson!

We are excited to announce the November 2019 grand opening of our newest facility!  We have been working diligently, for the past two years, to bring our services to the Southeast part of town and construction is quickly coming to an end.  The new Asian Imports Auto is located at 1025 American Pacific Drive at the corner of Gibson Road, just diagonally across the road from the Valley Auto Mall. Our Henderson clients have been requesting we move closer to them to and now we have.  This convenient location will serve all communities of Henderson including Anthem, Green Valley, Green Valley Ranch, Lake Las Vegas, Macdonald Highlands, McCullough Hills, Mission Hills, Paradise Hills, Seven Hills, Silverado Ranch, Westgate, Whitney Ranch, and many more.  Being centrally located near the intersection of the 95 and 215 freeways will provide easy access for our Henderson area clients and from Boulder City. A brand-new facility gives us the opportunity to outfit the garage ... read more

What is ASE Certification and how does a technician become certified?

What is ASE Certification and how does a technician become certified?

The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence is an independent, non-profit organization that certifies professionals in the automotive repair and service industry, within the United States and parts of Canada.  They have been around since 1972 and exist to improve the quality of automotive repair through voluntary testing by individuals working in the industry.  Testing is not mandatory and technicians who choose to participate in the certification process do so only to demonstrate their experience, knowledge and commitment to their profession. ASE is committed to protecting the consumer, the technician and shop owners through the certification process.  Technicians who meet the experience requirements and successfully pass the testing exams demonstrate a level of competency that consumers and employers can count on. Individuals who choose to be tested must provide proof of a minimum of two years actual working experience in the field or a two-year degree in ... read more

Back to School with Asian Imports

Back to School with Asian Imports

As we approach the tail end of Summer 2019 in Las Vegas and surrounding communities, it is a time to reflect on what was hopefully a great off season with wonderful memories of vacations, food, friends and family.  It is also the time where the kids are going back to school and families are preparing to commute more with the added scholastic activities. Asian Imports Auto is here to help you navigate safely with a few safety tips.   Be sure to check the tire pressures for proper inflation, especially as temperatures start to change.  Make sure the tire tread depth is at a safe level. The end of Summer also marks the beginning of monsoon season in the Southwest United States and it’s a good time to replace those dried out, scratchy wiper blades so you will be able to see when the heavy rains come.  Make sure all your exterior lights are functioning as there may be cloudy dark periods during your daytime commute. Returning to school may m ... read more

HOW TO PREPARE YOUR ASIAN IMPORT FOR WINTER

HOW TO PREPARE YOUR ASIAN IMPORT FOR WINTER

If you have an Asian Imported car, winter preparation varies slightly from its American-made counterpart. In previous years, we have given you tips to prepare your import for colder weather. Here we have combined those tips into one comprehensive list. Don’t trust just any car maintenance shop; for routine maintenance on your Asian import in Las Vegas, visit us at Asian Imports Plus. Examine Belts and Hoses Now that temperatures have begun to drop and will continue to do so for a while longer yet, check your belts and hoses for wear and tear that can be exacerbated by below freezing temperatures. If you are unsure how to check these yourself, have an import specialist take a look at them. Check Battery Don’t forget about your import’s battery Winter is the ideal time to make sure that your battery’s posts and connections are corrosion ... read more

MORE WAYS TO PREPARE YOUR IMPORT CAR FOR WINTER

In our last blog we began to cover a few ways in which you can get your vehicle prepared for colder, winter months. As a trusted Asian auto repair business in Las Vegas, we know exactly what you need to do to make sure your vehicle is in good working order for winter and we can help you make sure you’re ready to go! Today we’re going to go over a few more ways in which you can make sure your vehicle is prepared for winter. Examine your belts and hoses before the temperatures start to drop! When you come to us to have a full service done on your vehicle, we’ll make sure to check your belts and hoses for wear and tear. Don’t forget to check your tire pressure, too! It’s important that your tires are properly inflated to ensure that you’ll have the best possible traction as you drive. The air pressure in your tires has likely dropped as the weather has gotten colder, so it’s important to see where things stand now. Consider switching to snow tires if your climate ca ... read more

GET YOUR ASIAN IMPORT CAR READY FOR WINTER

Asian Imports is a family owned and operated business located in the heart of Summerlin. We specialize in Asian auto repair right here in Las Vegas! Whether you have a Honda, Subaru, Nissan, or Toyota – we’re here to help! While the winter doesn’t get too harsh here in Las Vegas, our temperatures do drop a bit. Today we’re going to give you a few tips on how to keep your vehicle in good working order this winter. Make sure you’re getting the right type of oil change! Are you approaching the 30,000-mile full-service time for your vehicle? If you are, now is the perfect time to stop putting that off.Among other things, the service should include an oil changeand the oil used should have the right viscosity, or thickness, for your vehicle at this time of year. Can you see? When was the last time you replaced your wiper blades? Wiper blades only last for about a year and you should really be switching out your blades twice a year (once in spring and once in fall). Also, do ... read more

QUALIFIED AND HONEST MECHANICS

Asian Imports in southwest Las Vegas and Summerlin has your local experts for service and repairs for Asian made cars and motorcycles. We service domestic cars and trucks as well. Not all service garages handle hybrids technology, but we do! No matter the make or model of car you have, we can handle it! What makes us qualified? We are committed to being the best, and moreover, staying the best. This means staying up-to-date on the latest technology. Click here to view the certificates that our technician have under their belts. You’ll see that hybrid technology, air/fuel theory diagnostics, and alternate fuel technician certificates are just a few of the qualifications that we can offer you and your vehicle. Integrity! One the top qualifications that any mechanic can offer you is integrity. We don’t want you to come in and pay for service for something that is a simple glitch. That’s why we have a whole page dedicated ... read more

CAN YOUR CAR BEAT THE HEAT?

Asian Imports of Las Vegas offers Honda and Toyota repair at two convenient locations, one in Summerlin and in southwest Las Vegas. We also offer Nissan and Subaru repair as well so no matter what Asian import you drive, we can provide the service you are looking for. The summer forecast in Las Vegas is easy to predict with just two words: hot and dry. This extreme weather can take it’s toll on your car. Here are some things to do to help get your car ready for the summer heat. Air Conditioning Check Have your mechanic check the airfilter entering the air conditioner. Oil Change Sure this is a regular maintenance chore but summer time is no time to have your engine run out of oil. Bring your Asian import in for an oil change. Test your battery If you battery is old, it could die in the summer heat. It’s a good idea to have it tested at least once in the summer. Take care of your paint. Out on a coat of wax to protect your car’s paint job from the brutal Nev ... read more

HOW TO CHOOSE A MECHANIC

So you need a Asian import mechanic for your Honda, Subaru or Toyota! maybe you are new to town, or maybe you feel like your old mechanic ripped you off and you need to switch. We’ve put together some tips on how to find a mechanic that will repair your car or truck right the first time and without overcharging you. Experience with your car in particular. Not all mechanics handle foreign and domestic vehicle alike. Further, not all mechanics repair hybrids so if you have a hybrid make sure your mechanic is learning on your car! Trustworthy. Ask around! Do your friends, coworkers or neighbors have a mechanic they’ve been dealing with and trust? Word of mouth is a powerful thing for mechanics and so you should take advantage of any networks you are part of and get recommendations. Do they guarantee their work? A good mechanic will guarantee their work for 12 months. Are they willing to give you an estimate upfront? If not, move on. Look online. Nowaday ... read more

WHAT TO CHECK BEFORE YOUR SPRING BREAK ROADTRIP

Spring break is almost here! Whether you are hitting the road to head out to your grandma’s house or you are going to be spending your vacation on the beach in Florida, you need to know that your vehicle will get you there safely. The last thing that you want to do is delay your trip because of car trouble. That is why your Asian auto repair specialists in Las Vegashave come up with this list of things to check in your car before your spring break road trip: Fluids- Ensure that your engine oil, brake fluid, transmission fluid, antifreeze, windshield washer fluid and power steering fluid are all at the appropriate level. If your vehicle has trouble maintaining these fluid levels, feel free to turn to your friends at Asian Imports. Tires- Carefully look over each of your tires. Look for bald spots or bulges, uneven wear, tire inflation and tread. If your wheels need to be aligned, you will notice uneven wear on your tires. If you notice ... read more

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