Bolts Garage

706 Main St,
Hudson, MA 01749 US
6 Reviews
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Bolts garage is full service garage conveniently located near route 495 in Hudson, MA.

We specialize in the service and repair of BMW and Mini Cooper cars but will gladly repair or service almost any vehicle.

Bolts Garage is owned and operated by David Brouillet who has over 10 years of dealer service center experience in the auto repair industry. He worked at Foreign Motors West Natick for eight years and then two years at BMW of Sudbury.

David specializes in the repair and servicing on BMW and Mini Cooper and is ASE certified.


  • A/C Repairs
  • Tire Repairs
  • Diagnostics
  • Tune-Ups
  • Oil Changes
  • Exhaust Systems
  • Brakes
  • Transmission Flush
  • Radiator Flush
  • Engine Rebuilding
  • Transmission Rebuilding
  • Engine Service
  • Electrical Repairs
  • Suspension

Awards & Affiliations

ASE CertifiedASE Certified

6 Reviews

  • Kyle Johnson6 months ago

    I hate bringing my cars into the shop. Absolutely hate it. Despite knowing how to do the job, I just don't have the space to tackle some things myself. When the clutch in my '07 BMW 530 grenaded on me, I called around for estimates. The dealership, of course, quoted way too high. Another shop in the area sounded unsure of themselves on the phone (at first told me my car doesn't come with a manual transmission?).

    I sent an email off to Bolt's detailing my situation and shortly after, I was called with a quote and my car was on the flat-bed to the garage.

    Unfortunately, this happened at a time when the shop was swamped so the car wouldn't be ready for a few days. No biggie! I was updated along the way, and got a call back with some recommended services (transfer case fluid flush, gear oil, etc.)

    When I got the car back, David took his time to show me the broken parts and walk me through what else he recommended on the car. The original quote was exactly what I was charged, which was very reasonable based on research I did.

    Thanks so much for a great job. I'll definitely be back for any issues that might come up!

    2007 BMW 530xi
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  • Ryan10 months ago

    I have driven BMWs exclusively for the past 25 yrs. After yrs of frustration w/ the over-priced, mediocre service department at a certain well-known BMW dealer, I searched for independent shops and finally found Bolts Garage.

    I've dealt with dealer service departments, independent mechanics and performance tuning shops in 5 states -- David and the Bolts Garage team are consistently the most trustworthy, competent and friendly team I've ever known. I trust NO ONE ELSE to maintain my cars and drove out from the city for years to this shop before moving close by.

    They take the time to properly diagnose even the most obscure issues and deliver high-quality affordable repairs using only OEM or performance upgrade parts. Your car will be fixed correctly the first time and David will develop a long-term service plan for your car(s) to help you predict and budget for upcoming issues.

    Their business is quite brisk so getting an appointment isn't always easy but the quality of service makes it consistently worth the wait.


    1999 BMW M3 Convertible

    2003 BMW 530i M-Sport

    2003 BMW 530i MSport
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  • Dave1 year ago

    HONEST ! I have been to many garages over the years and it is so great to be able to trust a garage. I could go on an on about the work and the great pricing but I think the first word says it all.

    2013 BMW m6
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  • Mathias cotto2 years ago

    I set up an appointment to get my car diagnosed. I drop my car off on a Monday and I called a few days later. still wasn't diagnosed. Call the next Monday and still not done. I call a tow truck to pick it up and the guy calls me and asks me to pay him when my car was still not diagnosed. Extremely Unprofessional.

    2006 BMW 330xi
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    Bolts Garage LLC2 years ago

    Hi, just wanted to clarify slightly on this review.

    Customer stated car was over heating and he had an aftermarket warranty that needed "proof" that the electric water pump or thermostat was faulty. When vehicle was dropped off, all faults code in the computer were already previously cleared.

    We road tested the car multiple times, left the car running for a couple of hours each day. We never duplicated the over heating or set any fault codes. The Proof that he needed would have been DME fault codes or the car actually over heating. How can I fix something that isn't broken or is sporadically faulty? After spending approximately 1-2 hours over the week, am I not in-titled to some compensation? By the way, he did not pay his bill.

    Yes, I am almost positive that it needed the pump or t-stat and would have gladly fixed it in a matter of hours.

    BUT, I needed "proof" that they were bad first.

    I hope everything turned out okay and it was fixed under his contract. It would have been a lot easier if the codes were never cleared before it got to my shop.


  • Chris3 years ago

    Great BMW technician. I'm extremely particular who services my BMW and I always take my X5 to the dealer for service, but this time around I wanted and found much better service for it. My repair list was extensive and detailed. Every item was addressed. If you are in the area, go here. You won't be disappointed

    2003 BMW X5
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  • Allison4 years ago

    Bolts Garage has serviced several of my cars (BMW and others) and each time has provided exceptional service and attention to detail. I would highly recommend them!

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