I first discovered Broad Stroke by happenstance – through their booth at the “Mill Creek Festival” many years ago – and am certainly glad that I did. In the years that followed, I’ve regularly taken three different BMW’s (E39 530i, E39 540i and E46 330ci) in for service at their shop. Despite the fact that car repair facilities are somewhat like the dentist in that they are a “necessary evil” and provably not everyone’s favorite place to go (given circumstance), I can say that I’ve always come away from my visits to Broad Stroke with confidence that my vehicle has been in good hands and that I’ve been treated fairly. Broad Stroke gives honest advice about what is needed – both now and in the future. And on the rare, recent occasion where they had to revisit a prior repair, they were quick to step up and do so at no cost to me, the customer – standing firmly behind their work. The news that Broad Stroke now services Audi’s was therefore very welcome to us, and their staff has addressed issues on our late-model Q7 (diesel) with the same capable sense of professionalism, transparency, and technical knowhow that has kept us coming back over the years.