Colorado Springs Auto Repair
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suspension & steering

Automotive suspension is the term given to the system of springs, shock absorbers and linkages that connects a vehicle to its wheels.

custom exhausts

At Buds Muffler inc , Colorado Springs we've been bending pipe since the 1950s. Following patterns from the original equipment to custom bending out of our experience.

complete tire service

Buds Muffler has been selling brand name tires as a service to our customers since 1994.

It really fits our business because of our suspension and steering service.

ASE

PPNAC

Bud's Muffler is a Member ofPikes Peak Napa Autocare Centers

and we’re alsoase certified

Welcome to Bud's Muffler Inc

Our policy is first-come, first-serve, and we can do most of the work while you wait. At Bud's Muffler, Inc. we pride ourselves on a clean and comfortable, kid-friendly ourselves on a clean and comfortable, kid-friendly lobby and restroom. We also offer free Wi-Fi so you can work or play while you wait. Catch up on the day’s news or talk shows on our TV. We subscribe to a variety of magazines and the Colorado Springs Gazette, and have great car books and magazines to browse. Enjoy free coffee and cookies, or check out what our vending machines have to offer.

We will keep you informed on the progress of your vehicle, and our mechanics can help explain any questions you may have about the work that is required.

Words From Our Clients

5 star review by Thomas Pryor

“Walked in To Bud's and let his crew know what my issue was and not only were they professional but the were affordable and had me in and out within an Hour. When I went back to pick up my car I spoke with Bud and he was super friendly and very helpful. I would recommend stopping by if you need some work done.”

Nitrogen TIRE Service

Today's cars and trucks are built for tire 3 nitrogen filled tires. If your car was built in 2004 or later it probably is built for nitrogen use. Have you seen those pesky tire lights? Nitrogen must be used in order to turn those off. Nitrogen is in the air we breathe but it's only 79.1% the rest is oxygen and moisture. When moisture changes temperature it either expands or contracts which will make your tires either over inflated or under inflated. Nitrogen is dry and it stays a constant pressure.

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