A few months ago we brought our Audi Q5 in for an oil change and to have a wheel bearing replaced. In the process I was charged $200 for “wheel lock” removal, when the lock was in the glove box and any good mechanic shop would have a wheel lock kit that costs $60. We were charged $1400 in total for a single wheel bearing replacement and an oil change. Immediately on starting the car I had a check engine light. I walked right back in and the owner Evan took the car back in, cleared the code and said wasn’t sure what it was. Within a week we started having oil drips in our driveway and the add oil light came on in the Q5. Since that service we have been burning a qt of oil every 500 miles. Taking the car back in for service it now appears I need a new PCV valve and full engine reseal. Just, “bad timing” as they are telling me. The best part is then adding $500 on for front brakes that I literally replaced a week ago, just because the were squeaking (they are performance brakes and rotors and minor squealing happens when pads aren’t fully bedded sometimes). No inspection done, just thrown on the estimate like I wouldn’t notice. They also added an alignment at $180, which we didn’t ask for, and they are just going to send the car to the Firestone down the road to have it done which only costs $90 at Firestone (I know the mechanics at Firestone who have told me personally they do the alignments for Eurofed). So, if you have money to spend and don’t know anything about servicing vehicles, then Eurofed is definitely the place for you. But if your just an average person with a nice car expect to pay more than a premium for service here.