Best Auto Care: Mankato Motors

Ever had a broken taillight, the brakes don’t work, or your car is just in terrible condition? 

No need to worry because Mankato Motors is here to help. 

Voted by readers as the best auto shop of 2018, Mankato Motors excels in their specialty. Whether it is a broken-down car in need of a repair or you’re looking for a brand new one to replace it, Mankato Motors is the place to go.  

Located at 1815 Madison Ave., Mankato Motors is where the old Clements auto used to be. Back in 2009, Rydell Auto company purchased Clements Auto. The Rydell Auto company has since expanded as today they have over 70 dealerships in 17 states.  

Mankato Motors is open 8:30 a.m. Monday through Saturday, and closes at 8 p.m. during the week, 6 p.m. Fridays and 5 p.m. on Saturdays. They offer Volkswagen, Chevrolet, and Nissan cars new and countless others used. Whether it’s the old 2002 version or the brand new 2018, they have it. Just look at the pre-owned inventory or the new inventory search. Services include oil changes to your car along with brake and tire fixes.  

Mankato Motors’ vision is “to be so effective we are able to be helpful to others.” They seem to be fulfilling this vision being voted best auto shop in the city. They will go the distance to find you the right car at any expense. Their CarFinder tool allows customers to browse through all the inventory to find the perfect match. Have any more questions? Just visit their website and watch the videos listed under ‘shopping.’ 

The company’s success comes from effective strategies in their price setting. As stated on their website, Mankato Motors listens to their customers and responds accordingly, giving them exactly what they want. 

Mankato Motors hopes to continue their success this year and will no doubt be striving to become yet again the best auto shop in Mankato. 

Photo: (Aditya Dhapare/MSU Reporter)

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