Perfect Experience!!! - Jeremy B.
Wade Days was our salesperson in buying a Porsche 911 S Convertible. After visiting several other, high-end dealerships, Wade met and well exceeded any car buying experience I've had...and that's saying a lot with having purchased over a dozen cars in the last 5-6 years. We're now customers for life with both Wade and Park Place! Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!
Just purchased my first Porsche... - CJ M.
Just purchased my first Porsche and it was an excellent experience. My sales specialist Ben Dubuc was outstanding. My Porsche was on order and he kept me informed the entire way. He was extra patient with me when I changed my build 4 times (don't know if I could have been that patient) and helped me with all of my questions. His level of service and professionalism was the best and greatly appreciated.
Janette Garcia assisted me in the finance department and she gets full marks as well. She took time to explain all the options available to me and helped me make some important decisions. She was as excited about my new purchase as I was. Janette did a stellar job!
Great Experience! - leeld3105
Buying a car is generally an exhausting and taxing on the nerves. Not so with my experience with Porsche of Plano. I've purchased cars from other dealerships e.g. Honda, Toyota, Acura, Lexus and BMW; but the entire buying and ordering experience with this dealership exceeded all of them. I special ordered a Cayman GTS and Mark Laurenzi helped me through the maze. No muss or fuss. Highly recommended and Kudos to Mark Laurenzi and Suzanne Andries!!
Easy, fair, and quick deal - phils
My deal with John Wright in sales was very easy. A few emails, texts, and phone calls and he chased down the car I was looking for while it was still on a ship. He was able to trade for a car at his dealership for the one I wanted that was going to another dealer. Once it came it, 45 minutes later I was driving off in my new 2016 Cayman GTS.
All of our negotiating was over a few email and a few texts, and they were extremely fair with my trade and the purchase price of the new one. Positive, pleasant, and understanding dealership. Highly recommended.
Top notch dealership associates: John Wright and Pablo Delgado.
BEST CAR BUYING EXPERIENCE EVER! - ZYDECODIAMOND
My husband wanted a custom Nissan Titan and we saw it online. I called, spoke to Khalil on a Monday and it was ours on Friday. Even though he was out of town, he made sure we were taken care of. Much respect for this dealership,
Terrible Service department - JJ12
My car buying experience was great....but that is where it ended with this dealership. The service department at Roger Beasley Porsche is TERRIBLE. I made an appointment 3 weeks in advance only to be called the day of to be told that I can't bring it in because they are full. When I asked when I could bring it in I was told "I don't know. We will call you back". Not only did I not get called back, I ended up having to call 3 different times because the guy I was supposed to talk to wasn't in. When I finally got my car in for service I received a xxx Subaru Outback for a loaner car. Why is a Porsche dealership buying Subaru's to give out as loaners??? This dealership is a joke.
First and last time I'll buy from here - vinesh patel
I would stay away from this dealership as much as possible. Just had the worst car buying experience of my life with a xxxxxx sales manager!!!! The sales guy and the finance guy were great. He raised the price on me and then asked me to go back to where I came from when I asked for a explanation all that befor his xxxxxx slur
Ignored and looked down upon - Mary
I visited the Autobahn Motorcar Group for service to my Jaguar. I dropped in the discuss what might be wrong and when they could schedule an appointment. This was the first time I had been to this dealer. I parked my car and walked in the front door. There was no personnel in sight. Surprise! No salesperson approached to ask if I needed assistance. I made my way through the building to locate the service area. Once there, I noticed one female service writer visiting with a customer. They continued to chat about various topics with the service writer glancing over at me periodically. When she did finally walk over to me I could tell she was highly annoyed that I had interrupted her conversation. She asked what I needed and I attempted to explain the difficulty I was having with the car. The whole time I felt she was looking down her nose at me as if I wasn't worth her time of day. I left with enough information to call and make an appointment, had I decided to deal with Autobahn, which I did not. But before I left, I stopped to look at the cars they had for sale in the lot. One in particular which I had seen advertised on the Internet. I looked and looked a little more, walked around it and walked the other way, then glanced at the door to see if anyone was going to assist me. No one ever did. There was an employee walking into the adjacent building for another make (Audi I think) and I commented, "I guess they don't need to sell any cars) and he kind of chuckled. So, I guess you got your wish Autobahn. You didn't appear to want or need my business, so I am happy to take it elsewhere. Guess I'll go to your competitor over in Dallas.