My New Outside Blog: Do You Want Excellent Car Repair Service?

Do You Want Excellent Car Repair Service?

If you need a Nissan Dealer in the North West Houston area, make sure and try Baker Jackson Nissan on Highway 290 near Eldridge Parkway.  They have always been honest and courteous to me.

Baker Jackson Nissan

We bought our car here and we always get the regular service done here as well.  Here are the hours for the service department.

Baker Jackson Nissan #2

Here is the person to ask for, Mario Flores.  He will take good care of you.  Tell him Liz Flint sent you.

Mario Flores

Sky

Here was the spectacular sunset the day I went to return my rental car and pick up my own car at Baker-Jackson Nissan.  The sky was just breathtaking.

Baker Jackson Nissan is located at 19100 Northwest Freeway, Houston, TX  77065.  Telephone number is 281-890-5656.

 

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Liz Flint
832-816-8066
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Century 21 Hardee-Team Realty
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Tomball, TX  77375
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Comment balloon 2 commentsLiz Flint • January 27 2010 07:46PM

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Liz what an amazing picture and we can all use a good repair man for our cars.

Posted by Mandy Buchholz (Benchmark Realty, LLC) over 10 years ago

I've had one Nissan Altima and two Maximas, and the Nissan dealerships I bought them from were the epitome of professional and friendly, and their customer service was second to none. I suspect all Nissan dealerships are like that. Something to do with the corporate culture.

Posted by Not a real person over 10 years ago

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