My Review Of Waldorf Subaru Volkswagen Mazda:
I searched high and low for about six weeks, did my homework, surfed the web, called dealerships as much as 100 miles away looking for the best deal on the VW Golf that I wanted. I consulted with friends who had bought from other dealerships, read reviews online, consulted various newspapers and magazines, and even checked with the BBB. Waldorf Subaru and Volkswagen was the easiest to work with, didn't pressure me to buy any after-market stuff (didn't pressure me at all!), and calmly dealt with me as I came and went several times asking a question or two every other day until I came in with all my ducks in a row and laid out what I could pay and what I wanted. No headaches. No arguing. Once I decided to buy, it only took about 90 minutes to trade in my old car and drive off in my new one.
That was three months ago, and since I have had my first vehicle check-up. Quick and easy. The service team was friendly, polite, spoke clearly, and went overboard to make everything as smooth as possible. There was a pleasant place to sit with a TV (that wasn't too loud), lots of seating actually, lots of room, lots of light, comfy chairs and a couch, WIFI, some current magazines, and a lack of salespeople! I opted to stay and wait for my service, and it only took about 30 minutes. I was back on my way to work so fast nobody noticed at work that I was a few minutes behind schedule! And there was no cost! Oh, and did I mention the free high-end coffee?
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