We got our first car at Curry Nissan on Memorial of this year...and we're back because of an unbelievable streak of bad luck, worse than ever before... On November 11, my grandson and I were driving down High St in Holyoke when a mini van red the red light at the intersection of High St and 391, hitting us and completely destroying my car. We were both shaken up, bruised and very sore, but, the 2012 Rogue did everything it was supposed to do, deploying every air bag in front and sides of car, pretty much saving us from severe injuries, or worse. If that isn't bad enough, after the accident, we learned the other driver was not only unlicensed, uninsured, and an illegal person wanted on many warrants, and facing deportation. So the entire situation, already traumatic and stressful, on top of being injured and sick, was a huge nightmare....all the paperwork, the insurance, I was just unsure of which way was up and how I was going to get back to normal again, let alone be able to get through the upcoming holidays. In the midst of all this happening, our second car, a mini van, died while we were out and my granddaughter was driving the rental and a deer, a very large deer, ran out in front of her, making the rental undrivable and leaving her, her friend and my grandson, bruised and shaken up...I was completely at the end of my rope. But I had gone back to George at Curry and with him, and two other employees of Curry, they took care of absolutely everything. I was literally passed my breaking point and essentially, I had just given up on even having Thanksgiving.
But with George and the two others, I was placed in a comparable car and my holidays are looking a bit brighter. And just like the first time we were there, ALL the employees we're beyond amazing with my autistic grandson, who now basically thinks he owns the place, and loves visiting and "driving" the cool cars in the showroom. Usually, any kind of shopping with him is difficult, but once we walk into the showroom, he just goes off to the people he has met there and they show him cars, engaging him in conversation, making it all so much easier.
Now that I am in a new car, and almost better, though still recovering from the accident, I am able to go to the store and pick up a few things for my grandsons birthday this week, along with Thanksgiving. I am finally able to breath a bit easier, knowing that they all helped me out with everything from the loan to the insurance company. I usually would not trust anyone this much with any part of my life, let alone a huge financial part, like the way I trust them. I also can say that, although I will never be "made whole" from the accident because of the other driver and his situation, George and the Curry staff have me as close to "whole" as I can probably get. I cannot thank all of them enough. I tell everyone who asks me about my car about Curry, about the car, and I highly recommend the dealership to anyone who is looking for a new or used car. I would also like to add, especially to the parents and grandparents who are caring for or helping in the car of a disabled child, that this dealership is amazing with disabled children, especially kids like my grandson, Kevin, who will be 16 this week. Kevin is a medium to lower functioning autistic child, who, at times, acts mentally half is age and can be quite a handful. The way they treated Kevin during our visits not only showed in his reactions and behavior, he was so comfortable and at ease in the showroom, it made the entire process so much easier than I could have ever imagined. I will gladly recommend you to all the families I know with disabled children. George Brown and the entire Curry Nissan team are obviously real, kind, caring people, who while working at their jobs and earning their living, they still put the aspect of people and caring first. That in itself is the most thing and these people have not forgotten that. Thank you all so much...
Now the owner of a 2014 Nissan Altima.
I Recommend This Dealer:
George Brown & various others
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