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05/18/2013
By: devins
Bobby Murray Chevrolet
I bought a car last year and was pleased with the entire car buying process and it was hassle free unlike other dealerships. I recently took the car in for the first oil change and to also check the brakes due to the annoying squeaking every time I would brake. I have only put 3,000 miles on the car since the day I bought it so I couldn't imagine it being an expensive issue but to my surprise they told me that the front brake pads and rotors needed to be replaced. They wanted to charge over $900 to fix the problem but I feel that all the mechanical issues/services should have been up to par the day I drove it off the lot. You would think that taking your car in for the first oil change would be an inexpensive visit but then you find out that you need to spend over $900 on something that you just purchased a few months ago does not make you a satisfied customer. I ended up taking it somewhere else which only charged me less than $500 and the problem was still not completely fixed because when I left I still continued to hear the squeaking. The place that fixed the front rotors and brake pads informed me that the back rotors and brake pads also needed to be replaced so it ended up costing me about $1000 to get both front and rear rotors and brake pads fixed on a car that I have only drove 3,000 miles so technically the dealership was aware that this would need to be replaced in the near future but instead of taking care of the issue before selling me the car they sold the car and then I got to sink more money into a car that I did not finagle the sticker price to begin with. I just feel that the issue should have been addressed before selling me the car instead of me having to spend that amount of money on a car that I have only been driving for a few months. I feel that when you spend close to $50,000 on a vehicle you don't expect to be spending thousands more in just a few months due to mechanical issues. The issue was also addressed to management but they did not seem to eager to make me feel any better about the situation. I am not very happy about the issue and will most likely never purchase another vehicle from Bobby Murray Chevrolet.
05/04/2017
By: Mike C.
Murray's New & Used Tire
I took a van and an old pickup in on 5-2-17 for front end alignments. I've never been more pleased from start to finish with the friendlyness, competance, and fair pricing I encountered. Tom and Duke did my alignments. I trust them 100% and left there happy. I have been in the auto service business in the past and working on my own cars all my life - so believe me, you'll love these guys. Mike Cooke
02/13/2014
By: Shawn M.
HONDA INC
I called Honda INC to repair my 2002 honda accord. I had a quote for $4,380. When I spoke with Blake he assured me he would save me money. I didnt understand how but he went above and beyond and I saved over $1000. I would recommend these guys to all of my friends.
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12/13/2015
By: A S.
Henry's Muffler Shop
Just want to say the staff/employees at Henry's went the extra mile for me this past Friday , shout out to Todd and Dustin for helping me...Henry's is one of the best if not the best muffler shop in the area!!!
12/06/2013
By: James D.
Super Trucks Plus
Best place around to get your truck customized. They do everything from lifts, lowering, wheels, tires, performance, audio, alarms, lighting, plus much more. It is def your compete one stop shop
01/28/2013
By: lindaqualls080853
Mobile Furniture Repair
Contact Mobile Furniture Repairs 919-363-2744or send photo's to info.mobilefurniturerepairs.com for any estimates.They provide awesome services at affordable prices..
01/25/2011
By: keneicamoore
Bobby Murray Chevrolet
GREAT sales department! JC was very kind and made the buying experience so good. I will buy only from him from now on.
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04/15/2014
By: lynnms
Quality Plus Automotive Service, Inc.
Great company. Very knowledgeable about cars. This is the place to go!
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