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12/07/2015
By: Kyle N.
AutoZone
AMAZING CUSTOMER SERVICE!!I came in to the Autozone at the Billings Heights location to have my battery checked. I purchased the battery with the intent on replacing myself. After I bought the battery I went to leave and my battery had died. I asked an employee, Nate G, that was taking a break outside for a jump start. Instead he cut his break short (with a friendly attitude) and he asked me if I wanted him to just replace the battery free of charge. Of course I said yes! Not only that but he was able to take my bad battery off my hands and pay me cash for it on the spot. That was an instant rebate on the battery not to mention the time and effort of changing my own battery in the winter! I will recommend this place to all of my friends.
07/22/2012
By: lmaria8145
Rimrock Subaru
I cannot say enough great things about Rimrock Subaru and salesman Clay Green! Best car buying experience I have ever had! The entire transaction was seamless from the time I walked onto the lot "just to browse" to the time I drove off the lot in my new Subaru. By far the best customer service compared to Subaru dealerships in Wyoming and Colorado.
03/18/2013
By: amber_amendola
Rimrock Subaru
I love these guys! Wanted a new Subaru, worked my hardest to get the best deal and then they did it! Had some problems getting financing, but they rocked and got me done at better terms than I thought I would ever get! I will cross mountains, or at least come from Bozeman to see these guys every time. Woo Hoo!
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04/16/2017
By: Gordon M.
O'Reilly Auto Parts
Best place for auto parts. They test components on site, and for brake jobs, they turn rotors. They even loan specialty tools in return for a deposit. 0nce tools are returned (no damages) you get your deposit back. Win-win service
08/04/2017
By: May S.
Rimrock Kia - New & Used Cars
Terry knew exactly what my non profited needed and she worked to get right for us. Delivered the car across the state as well. Doesn't get any better than that. Old fashioned customer service
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08/10/2017
By: Jey M.
Rimrock Kia - New & Used Cars
Seriously go get yourself a car through them not only do they have good deals but if you talk to Eric Muro you'll have a great experience too
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08/05/2017
By: Twileta M.
Rimrock Kia - New & Used Cars
Platinum Service!!! Doug was very helpful and knowledgeable in cars. It was a hassle free experience that I will continue to reccomend!
04/26/2014
By: thuszti
AutoZone
I Would just like to say how much I appreciate the donation of my new front CV shaft for my lumina. truely a blessing
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