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JE Import Performance Expands Its Full-Service Facility

Jul 24, 2013

Established in 1998, JE Import Performance opened its doors to the automotive market in Baltimore, Maryland. Initially Honda specialists, the crew at JE made a name for themselves by tuning and building Hondas for both street and track. While still being heavily involved in the Honda scene, JE began building and tuning Nissans around the same time drifting began to take off in the USA. JE has expanded its expertise to include just about all makes and models in both import and domestic vehicles.

JE performance facility skyline GT R NSX Photo 2/3   |   JE Import Performance Expands Its Full-Service Facility

With an ever-expanding reach now serving the Mid-Atlantic and beyond, JE strives to achieve excellence by upholding the highest standards in workmanship and customer service.

State-of-the-art equipment and tools set the company apart from the average shop. With a new, massive, 60,000-square-foot facility, customer cars are always stored indoors in a climate-controlled environment, and JE guarantees the job is done right the first time to make your shopping experience a joy, not a headache.

JE performance facility two post lifts Photo 3/3   |   JE Import Performance Expands Its Full-Service Facility

JE’s knowledgeable sales team will assist you with your product selections to make sure you get what you want and the most bang for your buck, so if you’re in the Mid-Atlantic area, you definitely need to check out JE Import Performance.

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