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By: michael h.
Hugo's Auto Sales
These guys are crooks do not buy from them. They say they don't charge Intrest fees and they say they are about customers, but the true fact is they are crooks!!! That's not call Customer Satiction, that's called Customer Dissatisfaction.
By: Silver S.
Hugo's Auto Sales
They are very dishonest and impolite! They always charged you more money without telling you first.Their attitudes are very terrible! They were using the aggressive and improper words. I felt threatened and I had to pay as they forced me to pay! Otherwise I would not have the car back or even myself would be unsafe!Shame Shame Shame
By: Kathy benfield ..
Bill Utter Ford
Very pleasant. Everyone was welcoming and I was in and out in less than an hour. .
By: Amy stumpf ..
Bill Utter Ford
Very easy to work with and made the process seamless. .
By: Gregory fineran ..
Bill Utter Ford
fast, friendly, willing, friendly, good customer service, knowledgeable of the car, didn't try to push on the up sale to much
By: Dennis wolf ..
Bill Utter Ford
Excellent. Everything went well. .
By: Robert van scoit ..
Bill Utter Ford
Erin Bostick was my service adviser and Lance was my service tech. Both were answered all my questions. I do miss Lee!!!!!!!
By: John jolleyc ..
Bill Utter Ford
we were very pleased with our experience. Roberto was very helpful and did a great job helping us find what we were looking for. bill esters was also great talking to us on the phone and email before we even got to the dealership.
By: Steve waggoner ..
Bill Utter Ford
We had a good experience. Will was very helpful in finding the car we wanted. There was not a "high pressure" sales pitch and I really appreciate that.
By: Kent adams ..
Bill Utter Ford
Very relaxed and easy going. No Pressure .
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