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By: Brayan E.
Tom Naquin Chevrolet Cadillac
Avoid this place to buy a car especially from Matt Sitek (he's a dishonest idiot). However if you're looking to have bodywork done don't even consider this place. They outsource that to an undisclosed body shop. And when I got my vehicle back it had no gas, paint was dripping in spots, and it was acting up (turned out to be a gas cap that went missing). Just avoid this place.Update 8-4-17 I made an appointment two weeks ago for a rear driveshaft replacement on my parents vehicle. Somehow these incompetents managed to schedule the appointment but not order the part. This dealership must be plagued by fools to continuously screw things up. Now I have to figure out what I'm going to do in place of this dealerships stupidity.
By: B M.
Heart City Toyota
called for transmission code on a car I recently purchased - parts dept could not pull up the specs and help me out.
By: Wes S.
Walters Auto Sales
good sales people
By: Coren A.
Walters Auto Sales
Good Good
By: Basel P.
Walters Auto Sales
Was prompt in returning my emails.
By: Jennie W.
Walters Auto Sales
He went above and beyond any sales person I have ever dealt with. I would only go back if dealing with him. He was in himself amazing.
By: Anna K.
Walters Auto Sales
Dealer responded in a prompt manner.
By: Candis B.
Walters Auto Sales
They were helpful
By: Cary P.
ESM Auto Sales
My wife and I were looking for a newer vehicle. She saw a 2014 Dodge Avenger on a website don't remember which one she found it on (craigslist, facebook market). She didn't know it was a dealership until she got there. They told her it was a rebuilt title, and showed her the pictures of the wreck so that was good. Then they proceeded to tell her they were raising the price if she didn't buy the vehicle that night. So she bought it. They told her everything was fine on the car and everything would be good. We drove it home and then there started problems. The first thing they didn't do was give us a paper plate so we technically aren't allowed to drive it until we do that. When the car was in the accident some of the wires were crushed and split, they didn't fix any of the wires so bare wires were touching and causing sensors to short (also the computer was getting hot because of the wires touching and we will probably have to replace that in the near future. When they fixed the door they didn't put it on right. They forgot to put the weather strip at the bottom of the door back on. The air bag light is on and he said he would fix it, but he never did. After buying the car from him, and him telling us everything was good on it. We have put $900 in it to make it run right and fix those wires & we are expecting to put another $1000 in it over the next couple of years to fix the computer when it goes bad.If you are a mechanic and can fix things easily this might be a good place for you to get your car. If you aren't then you really should look at a more reputable dealer.
By: Sayer D.
Walters Auto Sales
Salesman was fine.

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