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By: Gdcran@tds.net C.
AutoServ of Tilton
A day mixed of elation and frustration. Tyler, the "sales consultant" was most helpful, pleasant and helped my wife and me through road testing two different vehicles. My wife settled on a used 2017 Escape. We had planned on getting a sales agreement to take to our credit union for financing. Tyler, admittedly new at the job called on his manager for assistance which was fine. "Bob" (the typical used car salesman) started out helping Tyler go through the procedures. Bob suggested that they could finance it so we could take the car with us. It was a two hour trip, we had arrived about 1PM. It sounded good but stated the interest rate at the credit union. Bob left, came back, said they could match it so we gave the ok. After waiting about two hours, now after 4:30 PM, a lady showed up offering us a protection plan, but no cost figures, so we said no. Bob again, extolling the virtues of the plan, but still no figures; I had asked for the bottom line. Bob: "oh, one of those bottom line guys!" and left. Soon he returned with the costs and how much it would be. Final figures made sense so we said okay. Hour wasted by something should have been done at the beginning. After some more hours the lady showed up an armload of papers to be signed. I had always said "read before signing" but it was late, after 6 PM, we were weary, so signed what was put before us. At 83 and 82 it had been a long day. Two days later we went to DMV in Springfield, Vt. to pay taxes, etc. Oops, no title, back home, phone calls to AutoServ of Tilton. Most calls were "left messages". Finally reached a man said he'd look for the title. Before he called back the title arrived by UPS! At last back to DMV to finalize the last of the paperwork. Later discovered owners manual missing, was told we'd have to buy one. After going over more of the figures discovered the extra high "administration fees". I guess the sellers like to leave a few surprises for the buyers. We won't be one again.
By: Keith R.
Winners Circle Auto Sales
Hi my name is Keith. As a 2 time customer and vendor of WCAS, I truly understand the complaints. However since February 2017 I have seen a deep change in the company which has enticed me to work there and help rebuild it. We have a new management and sales staff. We are committed to finding the right vehicle at a fair price and we stand by our vehicles. No bait and switch or yo-yo deals. We are still a work in progress but, we are striving for excellence and making changes one deal at a time. Deals that require deposit returns are done immediately. We even have a beautiful new sales "Lodge". No smoke and mirrors, just good people being a part of the community. Come check us out.
By: Phy S.
AutoServ of Tilton
I needed to get a new car for work and had negative equity in my old car. I went up to see John Scannell who recommended I wait a few months to get the negative equity down and come back instead of trying to push a car on me. When I returned this week, he was so accommodating and had me in and out with a new car in two days on my lunch hour!! He is so wonderful and just "gets it". He adapts to whomever is before him and doesn't try to push the sale. You feel like he is putting himself in your shoes and just goes with the flow. In the end I drove off today with the Jeep Cherokee that I wanted and I couldn't recommend more John Scannell as the best Salesperson on the Planet. This was the first time in 20 years as a single female car shopper that I DID NOT feel taken advantage of! Highly recommend John Scannell wholeheartedly to everyone~!!!!!!! Two thumbs up, 10 stars for this Top Gun who has numerous awards and years experience!
By: Rebe C.
AutoServ of Tilton
John S. was straight forward and honest. He cared about our opinions and was very friendly!
By: Cathie L.
AutoServ of Tilton
The Seth's of the world are who you want to hire. Professional and good people!
By: Cesarem A.
AutoServ of Tilton
Jason was professional and helpful.
By: Dari A.
AutoServ of Tilton
Frank was awesome- very helpful from start to finish. I appreciated his professionalism very much.
By: Gob L.
AutoServ of Tilton
Josh at AutoServ was great! He plays well with others.
By: Isla V.
AutoServ of Tilton
It was great, Jason was awesome.
By: Shirah L.
AutoServ of Tilton
John Scannell treated me great and answered all my questions. Superb business. Thanks for everything.
Tips & Advices
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