Diablo Motors Auto Sales and Service began in San Ramon in 1994 as a hobby, in a modest, back-alley Fostoria Way warehouse, and has since moved to our bigger, better current location on San Ramon Valley Boulevard in San Ramon. Diablo Motors is the easy and convenient way to get clean straight cars without having to deal with the “big dealership” element of smarmy salespeople and edgy cars. Oh, and let’s not forget the usual 4-hour salesperson/sales manager shell game usually present at the big stores. At Diablo Motors, we feel that buying a pre-owned car does not have to be a nightmare. Since 1994, Diablo Motors has built an unparalleled reputation for quality and perfection, standing behind every vehicle to make sure the customer is always cared for. Select a Certified Pre-Owned vehicle from the existing 40+ inventory, or place an order for that dream car, and all at “Private Party” prices. All vehicles are 200-point inspected, serviced, guaranteed, and sold with a free 90-day warranty. Diablo Motors also handles consignment, extended warranties, financing, and trade-ins, and has full service and detail departments on site.
Better Business Bureau Honor Roll Member for the past 20+ years
The only Diamond Certified Used Car Dealer in the SF East Bay for the past 11 years
2013 and 2014 San Ramon Express Readers Choice Award: Best Auto Dealership
Danville Chamber of Commerce Member
San Ramon Chamber of Commerce Member
Mount Diablo Challenge Annual Sponsor
About The Owner
Greg Meier was born and raised in the Diablo Valley, alumni of Northgate High School in Walnut Creek and an SAE at CSU Sacramento. Greg lives in Danville with wife, daughter, 3 dogs, and a cat. He is an avid cyclist, runner, waterskier, and snow skier. He brings a breath of fresh air to the often slimy and scary car buying process and had never worked for a car dealership before starting Diablo Motors in 1994. Greg brings his mechanical expertise and unconventional up-front sales approach to provide customers with a calm, easy car buying experience. Greg is a regular sponsor and participant in the Mt. Diablo Challenge benefiting Save Mount Diablo Foundation.