EuroHaus Motorsports

1230 Hwy 321 North,
Lenoir City, TN 37771 US
12 Reviews
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Robert Berry, a regionally acclaimed European auto technician with more than thirty years of experience, has opened EuroHaus Motorsports to serve European car owners in the Knoxville area.

Robert has extensive experience servicing European brands, including BMW, Porsche, Mercedes Benz, Audi, Maserati, Lamborghini, Ferrari, Aston Martin, and Mini Cooper.

Not only does Robert service European cars, he has built BMW and Porsche race cars for many years.

Are you thinking about purchasing a used car? Know what you're buying — call us for a pre-purchase inspection!

Looking for tires? EuroHaus Motorsports is a preferred installer. They'll ship your tires directly to our shop so we can install them for you!

Check out Eurohaus Motorsports featured in December 2015 PCA article.


  • Robert and the staff are amazing here. This is my second BMW and their service and expertise is second to none. Not only are they amazing but they don't charge an arm and leg like the other repair shops. Highly recommend.

    Keith H., via Google+ on April 22, 2016
  • Robert and the staff were very prompt in helping me out with my car situation. Katelyn is so sweet! My car is running great and my pocket book is not depleted! Thank so much... I will definitely be back!

    Melissa M, via Google+ on April 21, 2016
  • I have been a satisfied customer of Robert Berry, owner of Eurohaus Motorsports, for a few years now. For me, it was refreshing to find someone so knowledgeable and enthusiastic, who took the time to get to know me and develop a genuine interest in the health of my cars. Robert will explain the problem, offer solutions, and provide honest advice on what needs attention and what doesn't, never trying to over-sell his services or pushing "repairs" that are not needed. The services and support received have always been top-notch, with no post service issues what so ever. He does it right the first time.

    For anyone who tracks their car, whether for fun or competition, you must pay Robert a visit. Robert has extensive experience tuning for some of the top national racing teams, as well as grassroots level racers. Personally, Robert's advice on suspension set-up and tire pressures have yielded increased enjoyment and satisfaction on the track.

  • I've been taking my Mercedes to him for years. Robert took great care of my older car and always at a reasonable price. He was even very helpful when I started looking for a new car, even checking a few out for me when I brought them to him, even really late on a Friday. I now have a newer Mercedes and he has been great working on this car. He is always reasonable/fair in price and great at providing all the options when I'm short on cash. I'm very picky about who works on my car and have always been pleased with Robert and his staff. I will not take my car to anyone else. I once had my older car towed over 100 miles to get it back to Robert at his shop.

  • Robert is an excellent and gifted mechanic. I have known him since 2007 and he is the only mechanic I allow to work on my Porsche. In addition to being a great mechanic, I have personally seen him go out of his way to help others at his own cost. He's good people!

  • I moved from Columbus, Ohio. Was looking for BMW place. I went to a couple places, one was a BMW dealer at Turkey Creek which had very bad service. Then I found EuroHaus from looking online. I met Robert, he is the owner. Love how his customer service was very friendly and his price was GREAT!! I have a guy at Columbus who took care of my BMW forever. Robert was right on the price and great at taking care of my car. He fixed the problem on the first time and NEVER went again; all problems were fixed. He will go miles to make you happy. Will pick you up from home or will drive you home !! HE HAS GREAT TEAM. They are very friendly and helpful !!!


  • Robert and his staff are amazing, helpful and friendly. Have used them for years and have always been extremely satisfied with the job they've done on my Porsche Boxster. They always go above and beyond in their service! I would - and do - recommend them any time I can!!

  • Five BIG Stars! Robert Berry's EuroHaus MotorSports is responsible for putting my 1988 Porsche 951 Turbo S back on the road --and keeping it on the road since October 15th, 2009. I only drive the damn thing. I have no clue how Robert keeps this little miracle running.

    Robert Berry rebuilt the engine, replaced the clutch, along with a few minor improvements over the last seven years (being able to adjust the drivers seat or roll down the passenger side window for example). For those keeping score, Mark Johnson (a.k.a. Marcos de Ninguna Parte) can be counted among Robert Berry's very very happy customers.

    If you disagree with my honest review, you will not be counted among my "ever shrinking" circle of friends. Take that!

  • Robert is the best import mechanic in Knoxville! If you drive German cars...he is the guy! I have taken my Minis to him for 5yrs and he has always given me the best service, best treatment and best price!!! You can't get a better price. He is fair, accommodating and honest. I always trust him; his recommendations are spot on and he saved me a lot of money by being so honest. That's why I never took any of my Minis anywhere else! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!

  • Helped me out for the past 8 plus years; will keep and recommend going to.

  • What I like with EuroHaus MotorSports is that they’re straight forward to talk with. You can talk to the mechanic. They are quite responsive, and it just seems to be a direct outlet to deal with. They’re straight forward to schedule with, and even offered to transport us home, since it was going to be awhile. They’re better price-wise, than the dealer.

    James T. Knoxville, TN, via Angie's List on April 3, 2014
  • I've owned BMW's since the mid-80's, many of which have accumulated very high miles. I found Robert Berry about 10 years ago and have used his services countless times over the years for everything from a simple oil change to suspension work to major engine repairs. Without exception Robert has been trustworthy and fair. He explains things well and his prices are exceptional. But most importantly he is the most knowledgeable BMW technician I have ever met.

    James W. Knoxville, TN, via Angie's List on November 1, 2012
  • I received the best service on my BMW 328i last week. Thank you to EuroHaus for the brakes, oil change, and steering fix. I will definitely return!

    Betsy S.
  • Robert, wow! A big thanks for completing all the repairs on my problematic 13 yrs old BMW. You and your amazing crew, you did more in terms of just "fixing" the serious problems, even repairing the neglected small repairs overlooked by previous service centers. Just know I appreciate your expertise and attention! Also thanks for the honest advice on rather to sell or keep the vehicle! I am confident in recommending my friends and clients to your company with assurance! Great customer service great prices..thanks for cleaning the car also! Lastly, replacing the "fan" was a HUGE issue to the initial problem last year, that 2 other reputable service centers failed to address! Again, Robert thank you! God blessings upon you, your family and your great business!

    Kimberley H.
  • Hey Folks; I received Tyler's voice message asking how the BMW was holding up after the head gasket job. I'm happy to report that all appears to be well. I'm afraid to say more than that because I don't want to put any bad mojo on her. I remember the last time I got to thinking how well the car was running; about five minutes later, the head gasket blew.

    Appreciate the professionalism of a follow up call. Can't say as I've ever had an auto repair facility do that before. Good for you. It shows you have confidence in the work you do.

    Thanks again for your help.

    Art R. on October 1, 2012
  • Thanks Robert for getting us back on the road on the cross country trip. The carbs are holding and....I'm not sure where the coil is! LOL! Seriously though, we would have been s-c-r-e-w-e-d without your help both times. For those of you reading this, we picked up a 1970 914 in San Diego and are in process of driving it back to PA. The carbs were out of sync and we found EuroHaus on Google and Robert dropped everything to help us out. THEN, we left and the coil fell off and grounded out the motor in the backwoods at the bottom of the Dragon. Robert once again came to our rescue and got us going again. We are son dense we didn't even see the coil laying there in our mad hunt for fuel problems. LOL. We are in Richmond VA and 4 hrs from home and the car is running tops!! Unbelieveable trip of a lifetime and thanks to EuroHaus making helping us finish it out.

    Ted B. Harrisburg, PA., via Facebook on March 14, 2012
  • Hey guys thanks for gettin my poor little mini back up and goin, i am very pleased with how me and my car are treated at your shop.

    Brian M., via Facebook on March 20, 2012
  • Just bought a 2007 MINI Cooper S and took it for an oil change and a inspection before a long trip. Everyone couldn't have been nicer!! They answered all my questions and I would definitely recommend them to anyone with a MINI!! I drove from the Chattanooga area, and it was well worth it.

    Wendy H. Chattanooga, TN., via Facebook on July 10, 2012

12 Reviews

  • Steven1 year ago

    I dropped off my 1988 BMW M3 at Eurohaus Motorsport for a rebuild on a 180k mile S14 motor. He didn’t get the engine torn down for months. The majority of communication initiated by Eurohaus consisted of requests for more money, eventually totaling $13k. During this time came 20+ estimated dates of completion as well being told “next week” for 12 consecutive weeks at the end. The car was "finished" TWO years after dropping the car off. I had to take legal action to get Eurohaus to finish. I take the car to another shop for an oil change 4k miles later. They call back saying the engine sounds “weird” and that there is a lot of noise in the bottom end, “sounds like it needs a rebuild.” I immediately have the car shipped to one of the best BMW shops in the US where they found SAE bolts in metric holes, the parts that HAD been replaced were replaced with incorrect parts (pistons, oil pump), many parts that SHOULD have been replaced during a rebuild were reused (but I had been charged those parts), valve clearance and seating width WAY off spec, thread locking compound on cam carrier bolts, and more.

    All in all it took $20k to repair the damage done by Eurohaus and do the rebuild over.

    I have paperwork that corroborates all of these claims if Bimmershops requires proof.

    1988 BMW M3
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  • Abigail2 years ago

    Communication was extremely poor. I went a week with no communication from Robert while trying to get a status update on my car. When I finally got in touch with him, Robert was not able to describe accurately and in detail what was wrong with my. He vaguely mentioned that the car needed to "sit" a little longer, to give the computer time to "cool down" to the correct "temperature" so "it could fix itself." When I told Robert I had no idea what he was talking about, he became hostile and went to his default response for any inquiries/frustrations about his shop: "I've been working on these cars since the 1970s, so I know what I'm talking about."

    When I went to pick up my car, I inspected the shop a little more. I could not find, however, any kinds of factory specific training certifications. Nothing from BMW, Porsche, Mercedes, etc. I asked Robert about the training that his mechanics must have in order to be employed at his shop, and he immediately got defensive ("why are you being so hard on my shop?" were his exact words). For the record, he vaguely mentioned ASE certified and he has a guy who is certified to work on transmissions. Mr. Berry has since been unable to confirm that he has any formal BMW training.

    My car ran fine for about a week, then the check engine light came back on. Eurohaus does put a 2 year warranty on all of the parts they replace...but after waiting for a month with minimal contact, I can't afford to take my car back there, seeing that this is my daily driver. Furthermore, without any written confirmation that there are mechanics there who understand how to adequately repair or program the ECU in e46 engines, I don't want to take my car back there. I suppose theoretically if you were stranded and had no other alternatives, you could take your car to this shop. The problem with that, though, is when BMWs are properly maintained and cared for they rarely unexpectedly break down and put you in a bind. They're designed that way.

    So, all in all, I recommend that you listen to Robert's own words. He's been working on these cars since the 70s. If you have a vintage European car '79 or older, take your car there. Anything newer than '79 needs to go somewhere else.

    Here is a transcript of the text conversation I had with Mr. Berry on April 25th, when I informed him that I would be reporting his business to the Better Business Bureau. We had a text conversation, instead of a real conversation, because Mr. Berry could not control his temper and hung up on me. Regarding the ignition coil, Mr. Berry's shop only replaced 1 ignition coil when in fact all 6 needed to be replaced. I want to clarify though, that my complaint about the shop is not the ignition coil, but rather Mr. Berry's complete lack of professionalism. No one should ever be treated like this, especially after dropping close to $3k on a shop for the car to be serviced.

    From Robert Berry, received April 25 1:47PM: Every shop has there own way of diagnostics and working on cars. I have had good success in the past doing it my way and will continue that way. We did every thing we quoted you trying to fix your car. You don't need to replace all coils just because 1 is bad. I think your response would be why does it need all coils if only 1 is bad. If you have a complaint with car be fair about it and bring it to me and don't allow some other shop to down grade me with their opinions about my shop. I'll be glade to fix any problem you have but I don't give a rats ass about other shops opinions It's too bad shops can't file customer complaints. Sorry your not happy Robert Berry EuroHaus MotorSports

    To Robert Berry, sent April 25 1:53PM: My concern with your shop is your complete lack of customer service skills, as evidenced by your apology to me via text msg. Texting customers does not count as communication. Texting someone "rats ass" is not considered professional. I will be more than happy to send you a copy of my complaint, but don't worry it does not mention the other shop. My review is based solely on your shop and my interaction with your directly.

    To Robert Berry,sent April 25 1:59PM: May I suggest in the future if you don't like working with a particular customer to call them and tell them to come pick up their car without servicing it, instead of not contacting them for a week.

    From Robert Berry, received April 25 2:04PM: I text only because you say I'm raising my voice I talk loud and I apologize for that. I know I'm honest and have had great success in the past so if you feel better by filing a complaint against me then I write that off as you can't please everyone no matter how hard you try

    To Robert Berry, sent April 25 2:24PM: I assumed that i'd be able to get in touch w/ you when i called your shop during working business hours & that I would get a coherent status update on my car. If those assumptions makes me an "unpleaseable customer" then so be it. I wish you and your shop all the best. Thank you.

    From Robert Berry, sent April 25 2:27PM: I give everyone my number so I can be reached by text because it is hard to reach me when I'm being pulled 20 different ways. When you get pissed at the other shops do feel free to call me becuase I stand behind my work

    2004 BMW 325it
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    myeurosport@gmail.com2 years ago

    This is the kind of review no shop owner or manager wants to see about his shop.I will try to clear this up as well I can without throwing out a bunch of excuses.I admit that my voice is very harsh and loud so therefore it may seem that I am raising my voice at times but that is my normal tone and I must apologize for the misunderstanding that people have with me.I am very knowledgeable on the European cars we service and also take a lot of pride in my shop and work we allow to go out the door.Here at EUROHAUS we try to please everyone that walks in the door along with trying to keep cost down.The car came in with a list of things needed that some other shop claimed to be wrong so we inspected the car over and made a estimate on what we thought was the proper repairs to be made at the lowest cost to the customer.We don't just start putting part on these cars and hope that fixes the problem so we go off of knowledge of what can cause these problems and fix accordingly .We all make mistakes from time to time and don't fix the problem the first time but we stand behind what we do and make sure the problem is handled properly.I stated that I have been working on BMW since the mid 70s to let the customer understand my knowledge was very strong with BMW so she would feel comfortable with our service and not to make her think that all we work on is vintage cars.BMW had a recall about replacing all ignition coils so I sent the customer a copy of the recall that stated her car was not one of the cars with the recall.My shop has techs that are BMW certified as well as me.I also have the latest BMW diagnostic equipment and all literature needed from BMW to repair these cars.I also sent a copy of the procedure on how the engine must be at a certain temp before resetting the computer after a repair has been made to the car.There are times that the computer dosent reset so you must let the car cool down so the function can be attempted again.The question came up in our conversation about my shop having a BMW station wagon tech so the answer would be yes.The BMW station wagon may be a stand out car to this customer but when it comes to the mechanics of this car all the E46s are in one class together.I did send a letter to apologize for the lack of communication during the 2 1/2 weeks we had the car so I hope it is understood I mean no harm.I will say all shops have their own way of running the shop and we do our best to do a perfect job and make people feel safe and happy.My shop has HUNDREDS of great reviews about the quality and kindness we offer so don't allow someone who can never be made happy change your past or future visit at EUROHAUS

  • G. Davis3 years ago

    I met Robert and his staff two years ago after a negative experience from one of his competitors. European Auto Garage. Since our introduction, I have invested several thousand in maintenance and performance upgrades with Eurohaus Motorsports. They have been tasked with an auto to manual 6-speed swap, M3 suspension and brake system upgrades, supercharger stage 1 install and stage 2 upgrade, etc. etc.

    He and his staff are extremely friendly and welcoming each time I visit and they go out of their way to accommodate my requests. They always go beyond expectation, charge extremely fair pricing and are very systematic and knowledgeable of many import makes and models. Especially Porsche, Mini's and BMW's. On several occasions, Robert even loaned me his personal vehicle while mine was being serviced. How many shop owners do that?

    1996 BMW 328is
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  • Paul Dalton4 years ago

    I had a great experience with EuroHaus. I called about a service engine light on my BMW and they recommended I come in to run diagnostics. Within minutes I knew what was wrong. They were able to fix it that day for a very reasonable price. Even more, Robert Berry was able to give me great advice on the best service for my car. If you are looking for great service at very reasonable prices for your BMW don't go to the dealer go to EuroHaus.

    This was my first time to use EuroHaus and I wont go anywhere else.

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  • Babar Suleman4 years ago

    Being new to Knoxville, I found Eurohaus and Robert Berry via Google. My old BMW got the royal treatment and Robert was very good at diagnosing and fixing all the issues. Every time he did any maintenance on my car, he always called a day or two later to ask if everything turned out OK.....that is going above and beyond in providing quality service. Thank you, Robert and Crew !

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  • Jane Smith4 years ago

    I would NEVER bring my M3 convertible back to EuroHaus. When my car was "repaired" it had additional problems that were not an issue before I brought my car to them. My husband & I returned my car to fix the shift knob that no longer aligned with the gears and Robert Berry immediately started yelling at us. I have never been treated so disrespectfully and was told there was no way that his business could have created the problem as they had not worked on it. He told us that one of his race cars could go out on the road and lose a headlight, would that be something that he should fix? I understand that items can break after a car has been repaired, but they fixed my shift knob at no charge, left my keys in a mail box that anyone had access to and sent us a text message that we could pick up the car. In addition, I was given an estimate for the repair of my convertible top that no longer functioned (not a problem before I brought the car to them). I was told that a part under the backseat had been underwater and would no longer function. There was also a switch that had to have been bad, plus all parts would have to be programmed. The estimate of repairs was over $600. I took matters into my own hands and found that a fuse in the trunk had shorted out (I do not hold them responsible for that). I replaced the fuse and now my convertible top works perfectly. I have very little experience working on cars and have never worked on my BMW, but you might want me to look at your car before you take it to EuroHaus. My repair cost nothing as I had a spare fuse in my fuse box!

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    Robert Berry4 years ago

    We are a very reputable shop and I have been working on BMWs for 25 plus years and have been very successful at fixing these cars.Over the years of being in buisness I have learned you cant please everyone and have also found that you have people coming into my shop complaining about all shops and how nobody can fix their car.This car came in with convertable top problems so we check the car over and found the car was flooded with water on the inside under the rear seat and trunk area.The fuse for the top kept blowing due to water in the control unit .The lady stated the top hasent worked properly since the car was wrecked.We try to be accurate with our diagnostics and never try to replace any unneeded parts.Jane calls and states the shifter is acting strange and she is affraid to drive the car.We never touched transmission or shifter so we didnt feel responsible for the problem.i asked jane to bring car in and we would inspect.She stated they were going to the ball game and needed car back asap so I told them I would text them and tell them the results and where I would leave the key.We adjusted shifter free of charge and told them if they had anymore prpblems feel free to call.I hate that this customer wants to blame us for problems we didnt cause.I stated to Jane that if I change the oil on a racecar that happend to be where we were standing and that if the headlight fell out during a race that dosent mean we caused the problem.I do remember the comment she made was the the car is always giving problems so we are going to sell it.Take a look at all my reviews and give us a fair chance at working on your car and dont blame normal wear and tear on my shop.

  • Ed Copeland5 years ago

    I had an A - minus experience with eurohaus on a typical tire rack deal. I got "spa" treatment from robert and found him and his business very impressive. I had my three or so under carriage issues diagnosed...and a rubber fender part that I presented installed.....and liked robert very much. I also greatly appreciated the chance to look under my car and ask questions....something some stuffy mechanics repel. Unfortunately when I returned home (about 60 miles) fromt the of my four "jack pads" was missing. It was factory original and perhaps old....but my guess is it dropped off durning my tire instal. No big deal....but a 20 buck part after shipping that I had to replace. While I didn't expect robert to change my tires....his son did my job and I have to wonder if one slight corner was cut.....or maybe I just lost my pad on the drive home.....just kind of curious and the only reason I'm even posting this is that it added 20 bucks to my job. All this being said.....I would do business with Robert again....found him to be a really cool guy. Just make sure and double check your car after job completion for any nick nacks....since you are probably not getting any compensation for a vanishing part or etc.... I WILL be back to see Robert for my next oil change....and found his mini racing operation cool as well....

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    Robert Berry5 years ago

    We are very sorry about the missing jack pad on your car. We try to please everyone who comes into our shop and sometimes no matter how hard we try little things like this will happen.I feel like my son is very careful with the cars we work on and I am sure the pad fell off the car due to normal wear and tear.We get BMWs in everyday with these pads missing and we know that is a common problem .The next time you are in for service you will be credited the $20 if you really think we caused this problem.

  • Steve6 years ago

    I was treated with courtesy and my tires were promptly mounted and balanced. Robert Pete and the entire staff were very helpful and friendly and informed me of a couple of things that will need to be looked at in the near future. I certainly appreciate their thoroughness and the confidence that they inspired - thoroughly professional in every way. I will definitely trade with Eurohaus again.

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  • Heather6 years ago

    Robert and his crew are extremely careful, honest and professional. I will not take my car anywhere else for service. Great at their work and the cleanest shop I have ever seen. Don't go anywhere in Knoxville for installation or repairs before you check them out. You will not be disappointed. If you want the best this is the place to go.

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  • ashley cox6 years ago

    I found Robert Berry on this site and I cant say enough about him already. I went to him for a second opinion and needless to say he saved me a bunch of money. He makes himself available for any questions that you might have and is very easy to get ahold of. I definitely plan on going to him for anymore repairs that i may have and would recommend him to anyone

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  • Juanita Smith6 years ago

    I found Robert on this site & then obtained the info from him that we had a friend in common that had been working on my BMWZ3M for years but had retired, so I made a wise decision. Robert looked the car over & told me what needed to be done. He helped me understand what was the problem & made me feel he was not "taking advantage of a woman". I look forward to being able to trust & rely on him in the future.

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  • Fred Baumann7 years ago

    I have known and used Robert Berry as my auto technician of choice for the past 20 plus years. Robert always gets to the actual problem quickly without making unnecessary repairs. He is a also great auto enthusiast and will go to great lengths to make and keep his customers happy.

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