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11/27/2014
By: Kelly B.
Prime Honda-Saco
What can I say. Working with Prime and my salesman Rich Mayerson was the best car experience I've had. Love driving my car and it's thanks to the team at Prime Honda.
11/26/2014
By: Julia M.
Prime Honda-Saco
Was really excited about the new Fit and we went to Prime Honda in Saco to get one. We dealt with Rich Mayerson and he was great. Worked really hard for us as did the rest of the staff. Would recommend Rich and Prime all day.
11/13/2014
By: Hila L.
Prime Honda-Saco
I had a great experience purchasing my used Honda CRV because my salesman, Asim Yosafi, made it so easy. He was very knowledgeable about all the vehicles, both inside and out. He seemed trusting and passionate about his job. Compared to other Honda dealerships I have been to, Prime Honda felt nice and comfortable. They took care of everything for me and met my buying needs and I even came from out of state! I would highly recommend purchasing a car from here.
10/30/2014
By: Nate N.
Prime Honda-Saco
Worked with Ed Pendleton at the beginning of summer, but we couldn't make a deal. We came back and were able to get the numbers right. Great overall experience. Would definitely recommend.
07/30/2014
By: Paul K.
Patriot Subaru
I was out of the country and wanted to line up a car in the Portland area for my return. I contacted these guys by email and chose a car from their used listings, a Pontiac Vibe with 48k miles. After some back and forth, I offered a price of $9500 and the dealer accepted it. I was to wire her a deposit the next day as agreed. But then, apparently, they got a better offer, because the next day the car had mysteriously been sold. I know a lot of car dealers are liars, so maybe this isn't telling you anything, but I hope this review will cost these guys at least a little business to make up for the shock they gave me that morning!
05/31/2014
By: Cheryl C.
Prime Honda-Saco
Dealing with Prime Honda was the best time we've had buying a new vehicle. Ed Pendleton made it easy and we would recommend him and Prime to everyone. Keep up the good work!
05/19/2014
By: Lisa H.
Prime Honda-Saco
We were looking for a low milage used Ford Explorer through Car-guru and found exactly what we wanted at Prime Honda in Saco. We contacted the dealer through the website and received an immediate reply from Ed Pendleton. He answered all of our questions by email and phone and we agreed to drive from Rockport, MA to Saco to view the vehicle. The Prime Honda description of the vehicle was 100% accurate and the vehicle was exactly what we wanted. There was no hard sell from Ed and he was pleasant and helpful at all times. Having decided to buy the Explorer, Ed and Mike the sales manager handled everything efficiently and courteously. There were two very minor defects with the vehicle that Prime dealt with as promised. As we were Out of State buyers, Prime took care of all aspects of the MA registration and delivered the vehicle to MA, as they had promised to do from the outset. We are delighted with our vehicle and the quality of the Prime "experience". We wholeheartedly recommend this dealership to anyone else thinking of buying a used vehicle and especially anyone coming from Out of State. Thanks. Andrew and Lisa 
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