April 2018 by L T.
They did work on my car without getting approval from me, charged my credit card $500 and then hung up on me when I called to inquire about it! "Nice guys" in person but don't be fooled
December 2017 by Mike S.
Had a problem after purchasing new tires, tire low pressure sensor said low pressure. They spent almost 3 hours trying to reset my Chrysler computer to reset. I don't think most businesses would make this effort to please the customer. Very impressed!
May 2015 by Denise A.
Walked outside to a flat tire this morning. Just as I was ready to leave to go back home to Minneapolis. Took it to Graham tire. They had me in & out of there in 20 minutes. Tire fixed, effecient, friendly, polite, courteous, honest & reasonably priced. Can't be that. Off to Minneapolis.
April 2015 by Dave P.
They alined and put new tires on a service van total price tag of $750. The van now gets blown around a lot more and the steering is spongy. They didn't even center the steering wheel before aligning it.Took the vehicle back to them twice and they keep jacking me around saying its the tires that makes the steering like that because of treading and the type of tire it is (8 ply) need to ware down a little. They haven't fixed the problem or given me different tires. They blamed the shocks at one time. This van only has 75k miles and the chocks aren't the problem because the problem started when they aligned it and installed these expensive crappy tires. So I continue to fight the steering on this thing every day. They offer no real solution.
January 2015 by Austin L.
Here's how the story goes ... I first went to Graham Tire South after a visit to the Ford dealership, when I brought my 2001 Jaguar S-Type in to get it's brakes checked. The dealership told me I NEEDED new brake pads ASAP. So, I went shopping around. Midas was having a special on brake pads for $99. I called Graham who matched my price, got me in quicker and completely surprised me. When Graham called me, they told me my brake pads were fine AND never charged me a penny. I drove my car another 40,000 miles without replacing the brake pads. Long story short ... I've been going there ever since.