How car buying should be! - dfwcajun
Had a fabulous experience working with both DJ and Price. DJ had the car I was interested in ready to go when I arrived. He went over all of the features and was very knowledable. When it came time for the deal both DJ and Price were straightforward and informative. I never felt pressured and didn't have to sit through round after round of negotiations wasting my time. They presented their best price and felt like they worked to help save me money.
This was my first time working with DJ and Crest Infiniti but it won't be my last. I would highly recommend DJ and Crest.
Count me as a highly satisfied customer.
Enjoyable experience - Trogers
Enjoyable experience from start to finish. Aman worked with me on model selection very professionally, and made the purchase process straight forward and simple. I'm very appreciative of the service he provided to us.
Our Motto: Run Out the Warranty Period--Then Deny the Claim - bravodelta1937
I bought this car at the beginning of March 2016. I thought this dealership was the very best by how they treated me up to the sale. Very quick responses to phone calls and text messages--really quick and very cooperative in every way.
The technician who prepared the car before the sale replaced the fuel tank cap, so apparently he saw a problem with the check engine light and apparently thought that replacing the fuel tank cap would correct the problem. On the 770 mile drive home the check engine light came on (again), and I replaced the fuel tank cap (again) and the dealership popped for the cost. The check engine light came on again, and I took the car to a local repair shop. They checked the evaporative vapor emission control system and replaced two hoses. I am now outside the 30-day warranty period. The check engine light came on again. This time the repair shop did a comprehensive (and expensive--I paid for it) analysis of the evaporative vapor emission control system and determined that the vapor pressure sensor in the charcoal canister was sticking. This component is not available separately; it comes only as an integral part of the charcoal canister, which means that to finally correct the problem, which manifested itself prior to the sale and well within the warranty period, I must replace the charcoal canister.
Because I felt that this problem should have been properly diagnosed and corrected as part of the inspection and preparation before the car was sold to me (instead of simply putting on a new fuel tank cap--twice) and that the replacement of the fuel tank cap a second time during the warranty period acknowledged but didn't correct the problem but simply ran out the clock on the warranty period, I asked the dealership to honor the warranty and to cover the cost of this repair under the warranty.
After I wrote to the dealership twice and made a telephone call (which was not returned) and five days went by, the dealership sent me a text message saying that because we are out of the warranty period, they won't cover the charcoal canister. So once they ran out the clock on the warranty period, they consider themselves to be home free, even though the problem manifested itself both before the sale and during the warranty period but was not properly corrected.
I find that service unacceptable and unethical, and that is why I am writing this evaluation.
Sewell Infiniti for life - LaToya McQueen
I was already a Infiniti owner, but I wanted to trade my car in to get another. But we all know what types of run arounds dealership can give you. But I didn't have that experience, thanks to Allison Cohen. Allison and Rodney Lockett made my new car purchase easy and simple. They were awesome, and at Sewell Infiniti the people are great to their customer's. I have the best service advisor Ryan Cox he's awesome!!!
Infiniti Sales Manager