We are excited to announce the launch of our new website. The site features a fresh look, easy navigation and more focus on what the customer needs.
The new site offers inventory listings with pictures and specs. You can search a variety of ways including by vehicle and size.
With the addition of our blog, we are able to help inform and educate our customers on important tire and service information.
We invite you to visit our new website today.
An Interview with owner Eric Paavola
This is a picture of four Audi cars that Expedition Autoworks has been servicing for at least five years: from left to right:
- 1990 Audi 90 with 242,765 miles: average cost $.10/mile
- 1990 Audi 200 Quattro avant with 213,011 miles: average cost $.17/mile
- 1999 Audi A6 Quattro sedan with 151,015 miles: average cost $.13/mile
- 1998 Audi A6 Quattro avant with 144,384 miles: average cost $.09/mile
Any one of these cars can be driven anywhere in the United States safely and reliably. None have a single warning light on; all the emissions and safety equipment functions, all have good tires and brakes; all have fully functioning climate controls.
As recently as last summer, in blistering heat, Peter drove the Audi 200 to Ba ...[more]
Expedition Autoworks Recognized As A Bosch Service Center
Expedition Autoworks is pleased to announce that we are now a Bosch Service Center. This gives you a nationwide warranty on all Bosch replacement parts and a 24 month warranty on all Bosch alternators and starters, through the Bosch Service Center program. We are very excited about these changes and hope are customers will be too!
Call Peter or Eric for your vehicle’s service needs at 952-238-1840.
Sunny Boy Solar:
Expedition Autoworks was approached by Solar Farms LLC. about putting solar panels on our roof. Solar Farm said it was a great time to do it since there were grants available from the Federal Government and from Xcel energy that would greatly diminish the cost. Solar farms proposed a 14.7 kilowatt system. The system would have no storage and would feed the grid if we generated more power then we are using, like weekends. We would get credit for any power sold back to the grid from Xcel on our bill. Through the work of Solar Farm and Peter Leckband, all the grants were pushed through. The Xcel energy grant process was user friendly, but the Federal grant process was quite the procedure. The system started generati ...[more]