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10/30/2015
By: Robyn moore ..
Holmes Motors
I'm a well satisfied customer. My salesman, Chook Smith, was amazingly flexible and seemed really concerned that I got the perfect vehicle for my situation. He didn't pressure me to buy a car I didn't want or needed. I was really impressed to see Chip willing to come in on his day off--Sunday--to close the deal. I will be buying 2 more cars from Chook within the next 60 days.
09/12/2013
By: jamesscoff
Holmes Motors
I was given the opportunity to lease another Prius with the help of Holmes Motors. Everyone there was extremely professional and they changed my mind to renew my lease since it was sensible to do this rather than buy my previous car. I'm extremely happy and pleased with all the services I have done through this dealership. I had dealings with others, but none match up.
10/17/2014
By: David D.
Holmes Motors
My experience here at Holmes Motors with Derek and Richard was excellent to say the least. I was greeted within 1 minute of my arrival here and Derek and Richard were extremely welcoming and helpful in helping me find the vehicle I was interested in. I would definitely recommend Holmes Motors to friends and relatives from the experience I've received thus far.
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06/18/2014
By: Lisa E.
Belgicans
This is the perfect place to go for a fry craving! I try to go every time I come down to the coast. It could probably be a bit cleaner but the fries are to die for! I definitely recommend this place.
04/17/2015
By: Lisamarie S.
Holmes Motors
i really appreciate business with marks casa they took really good care of me. sales person picked me up from my home and i was very satisfied with my service. thank you for all your help.
09/25/2013
By: justin12340
Holmes Motors
Holmes Motors was awesome and they explained everything in great detail. I felt like we were treated fairly and honestly. And, most importantly, my husband was psyched to get a new car.
03/17/2015
By: Nicole W.
Holmes Motors
He was a nice and kind person. He helped me with everything. I got a great deal on my car and I will be coming back very soon for another one.NEW CUSTOMER: Nicole W.
08/07/2015
By: Allison bott   ..
Holmes Motors
Our salesperson was very helpful and insightful with the cars on the lot. He was helpful with staying in our price range and still was able to get us what we wanted.
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03/26/2017
By: Tony B.
El Milagrio
The food was authentic, the prices are reasonable, the service was wonderful! You have to try the guacamole. They make it fresh when you order. I scraped the plate.
03/10/2015
By: Rachel P.
Holmes Motors
He was very helpful, made me feel like he worked on the price with me. He was very educated about the vehicles and helped me find the perfect car in my price range.
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