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02/21/2017
By: Gregg N.
Reed Auto Sales
stay away..liars and thieves.Worst I have ever dealt with.Totally pathetic.Police reports lawsuits..whole deal.
01/06/2017
By: Dustin W.
Shaw's Auto
Chris the owner is a stand up guy. Very honest person and stands behind his work. Very good rates too!!! I would highly recommend this business. My whole family takes our cars and trucks to him when needed. Its worth driving an extra 20-30 miles to take your car to him in my opinion. AAA+++
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07/15/2016
By: Leanne M.
Jerome Weiss Auto Sales
The staf is friendly, polite, and knowlegable about cars. Great selection of vehicles at an affordable price.
08/28/2014
By: robert.r.capeder
O'Reilly Auto Parts
Staff not very Knowledgeable. Very disorganized, I ordered a part and after wasting almost 20 minutes of my time they couldn't find it when I arrived at the store two days later, then I had to drive an hour to another store to get the part, very unhappy
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05/19/2014
By: Kayde R.
Haidlen Ford Mecury
Just wanted to send a huge shoot out to Hayden Ford they help me twice free of charge when i didn't have a cent. We appreciate your kindness. I'd send anyone there
09/09/2013
By: dynamation
Steves Chevrolet Buick
Came in for the Chevy advertised $199 Spark EV lease. They had one in stock but said they we unwilling to participate in that Chevy program? Huh? So Chevy advertises something and a dealer doesn't have to honor it if they don't feel like it? That's news to me but anyway... I was interested in leasing that vehicle and asked what they would offer it for and was told it would be $369..! Yes.. Chevy says you can lease it for $199 and gives dealers a rebate to roll into the deal to make it work. It seems Steves instead opts to pocket that rebate and nearly double the price of the advertised special. I never write reviews but this bait and switch...then pocket the "customers" rebate seemed like a pretty low blow. Thanks Steves. for the record.. The TESLA business model where they prefer to sell directly to the public seems sensible. Why do I (or Chevy for that matter) need middlemen like these mucking up things for all concerned. It of course is illegal for a car company to sell directly to consumers. Why? Because the dealer's lobby has laws written in all 50 states making it illegal. It seems to be working well for them still today.
01/11/2013
By: ruth.cardoza
Richardson Motors
wonderful, had to have work done on our sebring, and they were not only the cheapest but they did a great job and were very kind to us
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01/04/2013
By: uneed2know2
Cross Road Auto Center
Went in for a coolant leak. new $500 radiator. 2 weeks later another coolant leak. Said he fixed it with a seal and it came back on a tow truck that night overheating. Went back and he said he fixed it again. Within 30 minutes it was overheating again. The truck is now at a different shop. Had another experience earlier in the year with different truck and although it bothered me I gave him the benefit of the doubt. Not this time. Stay away!!!
01/09/2012
By: easyrydin78
Richardson Motors
I took my jeep in to replace the fuel tank and module. They kept my jeep for 2 weeks and when I got it back the gas gauge was stuck on full and after returning my jeep it still does not read correctly. It moves from needle to needle even when I'm at a stop sign and they would not look at it again until I reported them to the Bureau of Automotive repair. I spent over 1,200 on this service and Brian is not willing to fix the problem he just wants to look at it . I have never had this bad of service and treatment like I have with Brian. I would never recommend them.
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