Transmission rebuild cost has been a subject of debate for a number of years now.
We’ve covered it in depth in the past and the consensus seems to be that it will only cost more money.
A recent article in the Wall Street Journal stated that transmission costs can be expected to increase by about $2,000 to $4,000 over a decade due to increased production of transmissions and other components, while a recent report by the Automotive News stated that there is “no doubt” that transmission cost will go up by at least $1,000 per unit.
Transmission rebuild costs have been on the rise over the past decade, with transmission costs at least doubling every two years since 2011.
This trend has been partially attributed to the fact that the cost of the transmission has been rising at a faster rate than the cost per mile of a car.
There is no doubt that transmission replacement cost has gone up over the last few years.
But what exactly is the cost to restore the transmission?
Transmission rebuild is an area where transmission costs vary depending on the model of the vehicle, the type of transmission and the type that was used.