I have a 2011 Nissan Murano with 178,000 miles, my transmission went out and they had a high rating so i called and had it towed to the Renton location. I also needed other work done and had them look at that as well. I worked with Dan who was very easy to talk with, very helpful, and honest with me. The type of transmission I have can't be rebuilt, I had 4 choices, buy a new one (the most expensive option), buy a remanufactured one (save a bit of money), buy a used one, (they're close to the cost of remanufactured, and no real warranty), or nothing and buy a new vehicle. I chose option #4. Dan was patient with me and they were very fair considering the time spent on it. I would recommend these guys. Oh, BTW, Les Schwab looked at my brakes 6 monhs ago while rotating my tires and said that the car needed calipers rotors, pads, ect, a friend who is a mechanic said they were crazy, i could wait at least 15k-20k miles, so i waited. I had the same Les Schwab evaluate a few weeks prior and the daid everything was good, maybe 10 to 15 thousand miles mire. My mechanic friend said they needed replacing now, and so did Kings. Dont trust Les Schwab to do anything but tires on your vehicle.