Your Source for Exceptional Subaru Repairs
Subaru vehicles are as unique as the people who own them. You might drive your Impreza for its awe-inspiring performance, or perhaps you drive an Outback because of its all-wheel drive abilities throughout Benton County. No matter why you drive a Subaru, it will last you for years to come with basic maintenance and an occasional Subaru repair.
888集团娱乐Clayton’s Auto Repair & Service has been your source for knowledgeable Subaru repairs in Corvallis and all of Benton County for the past 44 years. Our staff members are honest and friendly, delivering stellar customer service while your Subaru repairs are completed accurately.
Professional Subaru Repairs from Trained Technicians
888集团娱乐Since 1974, Clayton’s Auto Repair & Service has been the trusted choice in the Corvallis area for Subaru repairs. Our ASE-Certified technicians exercise the skills needed to reliably correct any problems your Subaru may have. We use the same high-tech equipment as the dealership to identify the underlying cause of any issue, resulting in efficient Subaru repairs every time.
888集团娱乐Your Subaru must be reliable in all conditions, whether you’re driving on pavement in Corvallis or a dirt road in Benton County. Breakdowns can be time consuming and costly. Whether your Forester clutch is worn out, your Legacy’s head gasket is leaking, or your Outback needs new brake pads, we will get your Subaru fixed correctly and affordably.
For dependable and friendly Subaru repairs in Corvallis, OR, visit your neighborhood dealer alternative: Clayton’s Auto Repair & Service. Call us or use our convenient appointment form to schedule your visit.
Providing quality auto repair and services
Our excellent team of highly trained, certified and professional technicians work hard to get you back on the road as soon as possible. We work on all makes and models and can handle all of your car care needs.
888集团娱乐We have been servicing Corvallis, Oregon and the surrounding area since 1974. We offer a 2-year / 24,000 mile warranty as well as a customer loyalty rewards program.
Established in 1974
Clayton’s Auto Repair & Service started in a small location in South Corvallis. Clayton put himself through the LBCC Auto Program while working days to provide for his family. The business was founded on the ideal of trust and honesty. Throughout the years the business grew and moved to the present location. Clayton believed in the education of his technicians, along with the proper equipment, as a way to bring the best service to his customers. Although Clayton is retired, the company was sold to a long term employee, and his philosophies still resound through the business today.
Meet the Business Owner: Bob D.
I started at Clayton’s fresh out of technical school in 1993. In many ways Clayton was much more than an employer, more of a mentor and friend. Along the way he taught me not only how to repair vehicles, but that being a professional is more about honesty and trust, coupled with a commitment to being the best that you can be by constantly training and growing to bring the best to your company. Now as the owner I try to instill his teachings to all my coworkers so that we can provide a complete experience when you visit our small but humble establishment.
Meet Our Employees
888集团娱乐Bryan Burian is our Service Advisor. He attended Linn Benton Community College in Automotive Technology, and has worked in the field for seven years. Bryan's experience as a technician helps him explain repairs and services to our customers, and also gives him first-hand experience with many automotive concerns. Bryan enjoys spending time with his two boys and fiancé. His activities and hobbies include building high-performance vehicles, playing with R/C cars and going camping all over Oregon.
Michelle Bales has worked as Service Assistant at Clayton's since 2004. Community service has always been a passion of hers; this year she's working with Vina Moses to help provide kids with school clothes and supplies, and will be hosting our 3rd annual Toy Drive this winter. Michelle also enjoys participating in local food drives benefiting Linn and Benton Counties. When she isn't working, she finds pure joy in spending time with her son and family. Her hobbies include gardening, hiking, photography, writing and researching family history.