Experience the Davenport Difference
At Davenport Motor Company, our customers always come first. We know the frustration of having a vehicle that needs repair and the inconvenience of the typical vehicle service visit.
We do things right the first time, and you can always count on the repairs being accurate and in your best interest. Discover our customer-focused care for your Lexus, Toyota or any Japanese model.
Doing Things Right Since 1996
Our customers are our priority. We are the alternative to the dealership for Toyota, Lexus, and all Japanese models.
In 1996 the Davenport family recognized a long-term dream by opening their first Davenport Motor Company location in Dallas, TX, near the TI complex.
This was the first independent and locally owned Lexus repair center in the area, and the new shop met excellent success!
As the business continued growing, they relocated the Dallas shop to its current location on Plano Parkway, and then in 2005 opened a second location in Dallas on Inwood.
By this time, three Davenport brothers—Dave, Craig and Daniel—were all part of family business, as well as their father, Billy Joe, a retired Baptist minister.
In 2013 the business expanded yet again with a new location in Colleyville, operated as a franchise location by Dane Bailey. Davenport clearly serves customers throughout the area, with convenient locations and unbeatable service!
What makes Davenport different? Our business and our lives are enriched by the clients we do business with. We look at every client as an opportunity to build trust and friendship.
The pillars of Davenport’s success were founded on strong values. Now with two locations, Davenport looks forward to the future and the continued opportunity to build lasting relationships with those we serve.
“Do things right, do the right thing”
Davenport Motor Company exists to provide excellent service for owners of Toyota, Lexus, and all Japanese automobiles at a reasonable cost and in a manner consistent with Christian values.
We seek to fulfill our mission in two principal ways:
- By providing an alternative to other repair and service options.
- By developing a relationship of trust with customers based upon honesty and open effective communication.