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A & A Truck & Auto Electric

3005 National Ave
San Diego, CA 92113-2541
Phone: 619-233-6178
2 miles from San Diego, CA

A G Sand Cars

244 Denny Way
El Cajon, CA 92020-1224
Phone: 619-449-8308
14 miles from San Diego, CA

AAA Automobile Club-Southern

4973 Clairemont Dr # C
San Diego, CA 92117-2793
Phone: 858-952-1319
8 miles from San Diego, CA

Allen Turner Hyundai

4750 Kearny Mesa Rd
San Diego, CA 92111-2405
Phone: 843-572-4700
8 miles from San Diego, CA

America's Preferred Auto Sales

4761 Convoy St
San Diego, CA 92111-1914
Phone: 858-694-1060
8 miles from San Diego, CA

Audi San Diego

9010 Miramar Rd
San Diego, CA 92126-4402
Phone: 858-578-8600
12 miles from San Diego, CA

Auto Legacy

3040 Clairemont Dr # 2
San Diego, CA 92117-6997
Phone: 619-458-9202
6 miles from San Diego, CA


6075 Mission Gorge Rd
San Diego, CA 92120-4007
Phone: 619-281-7000
6 miles from San Diego, CA


2020 Camino Del Rio N # 503
San Diego, CA 92108-1544
Phone: 619-260-1657
4 miles from San Diego, CA

B & M Automotive

9350 Miramar Rd
San Diego, CA 92126-4418
Phone: 858-271-6700
13 miles from San Diego, CA



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