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Transmission Prices

Discover the 'real' cost of a new car and you'll see the value in having your current car expertly repaired at AAMCO!
Does your vehicle require a transmission or major repair? At this time, some customers begin to think, 'This car's not worth it, I'll just buy a new one.' If you're like one of these customers, it's important to understand the true costs of buying a new vehicle (even a used vehicle) before going down that path. You'll see that a guaranteed rebuilt transmission in your current vehicle makes a lot more sense (and saves a lot more dollars).
True costs of a new car According to Kelley Blue Book the average new car price in 2019 was over $36,000. Of course, prices for each vary by make, model, geography and other factors. But the price difference goes much deeper than that. Let's factor in the other costs associated with that new car.
The biggest factor: Depreciation. Vehicles lose most of their value during the first five years of ownership and this depreciation is the major cost of owning a new one. Buy a new vehicle and you can look forward to losing thousands of dollars as soon as you drive it off the dealer's lot. And don't take our word for it, search on-line and research the cost of a new vehicle. Then research the resale value of that same vehicle with 20 miles on it. For example a 2008 Ford Taurus SEL sedan has an MSRP of $24,435 (and a new car Blue Book value of $23,702) according to Kelley Blue Book. Pull it off the lot. Drive home and back. Put 20 miles on it and that car, according to Kelley Blue Book, has a suggested retail value of $20,485. Ouch!
The insurance difference on a new vehicle versus a similar make/model vehicle that may be seven years old with age-recommended deductibles and coverage can average over $400 per year on the conservative side. Over the course of that five-year loan, you're now talking an additional $2,000.
Sure with a used car there may be additional maintenance required, but a new car still requires many of the same maintenance services over the course of five years. Brakes. Tires. Oil changes and scheduled maintenance. Whether new car or old those expenses are constant. Let's compare the costs side-by side:
Insurance based on 30-year-old driver, using vehicle for commuting to work approximately 20 miles each way on 2008 versus 2001 Ford Taurus. Collision and deductibles set at recommended levels for car age. Rebuilt transmission includes basic 12 month/ 12,000 mile warranty. Maintenance & repairs estimated on US average of $600 per year with two additional major $1000 repairs added to older vehicle. Taxes based on 6%. All calculations for pricing, insurance, taxes, et al throughout this guide were based on using Pennsylvania data.
Don't forget the taxes on purchasing that new vehicle and keep in mind that annual registration and license fees may be lower on your old car, depending upon the state where you live.
But hold on, you'll probably want to trade-in that car whose transmission you don't want to fix for that new car, right? The difference between trade-in values of a used vehicle listed in 'Good' condition versus one in 'Poor' condition is impossible to calculate since no on-line or published resource will provide an estimate on the value of a vehicle in 'Poor' condition - such as one that needs a new transmission. On appraisal, the dealer's service manager will simply estimate the cost of replacing the transmission, which can include both parts and labor hours to replace a transmission, for that vehicle in order to move the vehicle into the 'Good' category and will deduct the cost of that repair from the value of the trade-in. In other words, you'll pay for the cost of the transmission repair anyway on trade.
Of course, you may decide on a used vehicle. While the costs of ownership due to depreciation are lower, there is still a big difference in costs between even buying a used vehicle versus repairing your current vehicle. The newer the vehicle, the more expensive and the more likely you will need to finance that vehicle and pay interest. An older vehicle? And you may be buying someone else's headaches. By keeping your vehicle and adding an AAMCO lifetime guaranteed rebuilt transmission, you know the service history of the vehicle and know that you're protected from additional costs of any future transmission problems for as long as you own that vehicle.
Taken together, the savings from keeping your current car with an AAMCO guaranteed transmission will easily outweigh the costs of that new one.


On average, transmission replacement costs about $2,600, with average prices to replace a transmission ranging from $1,800 to $3,400 in the US for 2020 according to TransmissionRepairCostGuide.

How much replacing a transmission should cost. Prices paid and comments from CostHelper's team of professional journalists and community of users. A rebuilt or remanufactured transmission can cost $1,000-$6,000 or more depending on location; the age, make and model of vehicle; whether the transmission is manual (less expensive) or automatic; and the warranty provided.

How much does transmission repair cost?

Transmission Prices

On average, transmission repair cost about $900 with average prices ranging from $300 to $1,500 depending on what repair needs to be done. A new transmission clutch, for example, will cost you about $1,150 with average pricing ranging from $800 to $1,500.

How much does a new transmission cost?

A new transmission will cost about $2,500, with average prices ranging from $1,500 to $3,500 in the US for 2020 according to AutoZone’s website. Your local AutoZone has everything you will need for transmission replacement if you plan on doing it yourself.

How much does a transmission flush service cost?

The average cost of a transmission flush is about $87.50, with average prices for a fluid change ranging from $125 to $250 in the US for 2020. This price estimate includes replacing old fluid with new fluid up to 22 quarts. Angie’s list confirms that prices range with actual estimates ranging from $205 to $240 left by customers who recently got their transmission fluid changed.

How much does it cost to rebuild a transmission?

On average, a rebuilt transmission costs about $1,950 with average prices ranging from $1,100 to $2,800 in the US for 2020. MyTransmissionExpert says the cost to rebuild a transmission is about $2,250, with average prices ranging from $1,500 to $3,000.

How much does transmission replacement cost?

Transmission replacement will cost anywhere from $800 to $3,400 depending on the type of transmission you are buying. Used transmissions cost about $1,150 with average prices ranging from $800 to $1,500. Rebuilt transmissions cost about $1,950 with average prices ranging from $1,100 to $2,800. And, remanufactured transmissions cost about $2,350 with average prices ranging from $1,300 to $3,400 according to TRCG.

Transmission flush cost at Jiffy Lube

Prices Transmission Virginia Beach

On average, transmission flush at Jiffy Lube costs about $150 with average prices ranging from $100 to $200 in the US for 2020. According to CarsDirect, “Jiffy Lube’s $100 automatic transmission flush, done by entry-level people, is incomplete. They will not change the automatic transmission filter, a key part of the flush, but which also violates the corporate 15-minute service rule”.

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Where to Find Transmission Repair and Replacement Services Near Me?

You can find local transmission repair shops on Google search by searching “transmission repair near me”, “transmission shops near me”, “transmission replacement near me”, and reading reviews on their business listings. Make sure and call around for general price estimates as the first place you call doesn’t always offer the cheapest transmission repair and replacement services.

Transmission Service, Repair, & Replacement Services in Phoenix, AZ

We offer a full range of auto transmission repair and replacement services from automatic transmission to manual transmission to the entire Phoenix Metro area.

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*Disclaimer – This is not an actual quote. Your transmission repair or replacement cost could be different than the prices you see on this guide. The only way to get an actual estimate is by searching for transmission repair and replacement shops near you. Contact Automatic Transmission Exchange if you are in the Phoenix area and need transmission repair or replacement.