Coutu's has been in business since 2006. We are a family owned
business with the intention of bringing honesty, integrity, quality and
dependability to the auto repair & small engine repair industry.
Employees here at Coutu's focus on superior customer service and quick
repairs. We strive to be accurate and honest with our customers with
quoting cost estimates and repair completion time lines. Our focus is to
strong customer relationships based on trust and integrity.
Our Mechanics are ASE certified with over 35 years of combined experience. We strive for excellence in creating the best possible auto, truck, equipment and/or small engine repair experience for our customers. Our objective is for our customers to have 100% complete satisfaction with their repair experience. We understand that your vehicles and equipment are a major investment and that is why we care for each of our customer’s vehicles and equipment as if they are our own.
Coutu’s has been involved in racing for the last four decades. Papa Paul
started it for the family when he raced at Waterford Speedbowl in the 1960’s & 1970’s instilling the passion for racing to his children.
Today our oldest Son Daniel started his first season racing at Thompson Speedway in the Limited Sportsman Division.
Owners - Dennis & Kristen Coutu
Coutu's Auto is a proud sponsor of JC Motorsports.
Owner of Coutu’s Auto, Dennis had his first race at the age of sixteen at Waterford Speed bowl in a Demo Derby race in 1984. His passion for the race car did not stop there. In 1996 he set out to run in the Late Model division at Waterford
Our sons helping Dennis with his racecar.
Dennis's second car number 33 and third car number 31 are shown below. He raced these cars primarily at Waterford Speedbowl and Thompson International Speedway.
While Dennis was driving at Thompson, we set out on another adventure with our boys. They started to race quarter midgets at Thompson Little T Speedway instilling the love of racing to another generation.
Dennis's Brother Paul Jr. also raced at Thompson International Speedway
Paul Coutu Jr. in victory lane 2010