Triple B Automotive in Pataskala, OH with Reviews -
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By: Angela P.
Liberty Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram
worst experience EVER! Salesmans very first day had no idea what he was doing. How about some training! Sales manager was rude and disrespectful! Wouldn't recommend this experience to anyone unless your looking to ruin your day!
By: Justin R.
Local Boys Automotive
If you are in the Pataskala area and need automotive work this is the shop I would recommend. Gary and the staff are friendly, fair and do honest repairs at honest prices. After taking my Chevy S10 to a competitors shop who had my truck for 3 days and was unable to provide me with any type of diagnosis a family member recomended that I have the Local Boys take a look at the issue. I called ahead to set up a time to have my truck looked at first thing Monday morning. I received a call before noon with a diagnosis, and estimate for the repairs. The repairs were done the same day and the end cost was slightly less than the estimate I had been given earlier in the day. The Local Boys Automotive Service have earned my future business. I would highly recommend that anyone in the area looking for automotive work stop by and get an estimate from them before you settle with having another shop perform your automotive repairs.
By: Jr G.
Coughlin Automotive
Probably the worst dealership experience I have ever dealt with in my entire life. The body shop repainted my 2015 RAM 5 times. Killed the batteries on it . Put a total of 450 miles on it . Lied to me numerous times about why it wasn't done correctly. I would never recommend sending any paint work to them. I had to file a case against Coughlin through Chrysler to get someone's attention. Pat Davis was brought in to remedy the situation. Would not call me back . He promised to take care of this problem. My truck came in for a simple bedside factory blemish repaint. To date we are over 8,150$ in expenses. I was urged to take it to another body shop to have it done . Pat Davis has not called me since in over 13 days . I am writing this so you know what kind of a business your dealing with. My truck was not in my possession for over 53 days . Thanks Coughlin. Please do what's right. You owe me that much . J.R. G.
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By: David S.
Jersey Motors
I am a returning customer and am just as satisfied the second time around, Very trustworthy straight shooters. No BS. If you are in the market, Jersey Motors is a must. They are honest and go through the car with you. Didnt feel pressured. Pretty laid back atmosphere and nice lot. See for yourself
By: Beth B.
Chet's Auto Repair
My boyfriend and I both have older cars, that frequently need work. We have always taken are cars to Steve at chets auto and we wouldn't ever go anywhere else. They are honest and willing too help anyway they can. They will never lie and say something needs fixed when it doesn't. Often they are very busy but it is worth the wait! It's hard to find a auto repair shop like this.
By: Shayne F.
Liberty Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram
Poor customer service. Didn't follow up with acceptable explanation to why they didn't torque wheels following rotation. Wheel fell off while son was driving. No kidding! Would not refer here. Very poor follow up to this incident.
Tips & Advices
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