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By: sjackst1
Jim Shorkey Mitsubishi
My experience here was absolutely amazing. I had been shopping around for a truck for well over a month. As soon as I walked in I could tell an immediate difference from all the other dealerships in the area. When I walked in around 8pm, the sales manager happen to be at the reception desk. Instead of doing what typical sales managers do and passing my inquiry off onto a salesman, he took the time to ask what it was I was looking for and immediately went to a list of trucks. He brought me into his office and had me watch a brief video on their lifetime warranty(yes, lifetime warranty on a USED vehicle) while he went to grab the salesman that works specifically with what I was looking for. Now this is where I was introduced to someone I never thought existed, a real-life, down-to-earth, NON-pushy, no-gimmicks-salesman, Mike. Mike answered all of my questions, concerns, and went above and beyond to help me out. There are no words to explain just how great Mike was throughout this whole process, but I would highly recommend anyone in the market to ask for Mike. The financing guy Jed was super helpful as well. He really went out of his way and worked hard to try and accommodate my needs to make the deal work out to my specifications. I would recommend this dealership to anyone. One thing that I will change in the future, I go to Jim Shorkey before I look anywhere else. Outstanding service!
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By: Patrick B.
Pep Boys Auto Service & Tire
service cashier overbearing will cut you off mid sentence ignorant. he is a know it all. im a 14 year mechanic he did not know that. was told would take a hour to change tires it took 1.5 hours for first car took 2hours for my other car. they picked apart my suspension even though i told them i knew my car needed front end work. my van was just inspected that morning and they said it needed a tie rod, i inspected it myself it was fine. made it a point to tell me the wrong tires were on the van, i knew that because i put them on it. pointed out how old tires had wear on one side i told him they were like that when i installed them. i didnt have money for new tires at the time. i used what i could find. i dont know why they had hood open on my van it was there for tires only. charged me for valve pressure service my vehicle doent have that feature. they refunded money but it took my time. i felt like cashier thought i was a moron, i felt ashamed for being poor and having to use old tires to get by untill i could afford new tires. i will not be back. i took my car there because its close to home. dont count on estamate price it will be more at check out.
By: Dee G.
Advance Auto Parts
Advance Auto Parts in irwin PA is the best auto parts store in the area, The sales team is extremely helpful from a radiator right down to a O-ring. The sales guys are very keen on parts needed and go the extra mile. Excellent customer service. A+++++ Highly recommended and simply the best
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