Daves Auto in Colville, WA with Reviews - YP.com
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By: Jason M.
Booth & La Duke Motors Inc
Worst dealership ever!!!!! Completely unprofessional staff. Would recommend never doing business here
By: Byron M.
Booth & La Duke Motors Inc
Well.....I will let you make your own mind up. My wife, 2 kids and myself spent 2 days here. Our credit was a little rough. After spending 2 days about 8+ hours we bout a used truck. I was told not only did it have 1 120 point inspections but 2. I usually have a mechanic go through a used car before I buy, I figured after 2 inspection, 2 days of screaming kids and I had been hit by a truck earlier that month and feeling every pain. I said ok. We bought it and took it home. After the first day I noticed plate light was broken and was tucked back under, Driver seat heater didn't work and the 2 back tires need to be replaced and the front not far behind. I was a little disappointed to say the least. Then a week later the check engine light came on. I wrote Chris a letter letting him know how unhappy I was. I might even been a little rude. Paying $675 a month, I was called by Chris to come down to talk about the tires. This was more like a set up to get a tonged lashing from the internet manager about my letter. I was told since I had signed 37 pages as is, I would be lucky if I didn't change my attitude. I even bought the extra insurance to cover issues and they had a 3 month 3k warranty at no charge. I was given new tires but the check engine light and seat heater was to bad. So you tell me....would you buy there
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