I have a 99 Chrysler Town & Country and its transmission finally gave out. Before going to Westside Transmission, I called several places. In terms of pricing, pretty much everyone was on the same playing field (except the dealer who originally told me my transmission died and were charging double the price quotes I got). I did find someone who could do it for much less than everyone else, but it was one of those "jack-of-all-trades" mechanics and that's fine if you want a simple oil change or brake pad replacement. But if you're talking about a major fix like a transmission, it's best to go to a place that specializes in transmissions. The truth is, no matter how many times you call a place, you really won't know if it's the right place to bring your car until you bring it there. Luckily, I made the right choice and I was quite happy I went with Westside Transmission. From the onset, they were easy to talk to (I specifically spoke with Kirk), upfront and honest about what they need to do in order to get a better idea of what needs to be done. They don't just throw out a dollar figure without asking what's wrong first. When I got to their office, it was clean and they were very professional. When I left my car, Kirk called me several times to keep me abreast of what was going. But, most of all, what I really appreciated was that they stuck to the price they said would take to fix my minivan - no surprise add ons. I got my van when it was promised and it's been working great since I got it back. In all, I had a great experience with Westside Transmission and have "peace of mind" knowing that my car was taken care of the right way, the people were professionals and honest, and the money I paid was well spent.