friendlyall and fair - Summerfun
Gary is so friendly and saved me $1500 on my new car. They also offered $1500 more for my trade in. That's $3000 that stays in my pocket. Go here and talk to Gary.
The worse experience I eve rhad with a dealership - cleoroxy
Crest Lincoln, put a deposit. I was charged an addition $900 0n signing fought this was not given any consideration by manager or owner. untrustworthy company
Great Experience - milfordp
Purchased a used car at Maxey in Detroit. Very laid back experience, and both salesperson and F&I were professional and great to work with. I would definitely recommend the dealership.
Service - edward berthet
2nd time I made an appointment for service ( oil changes ) on 2 vehicles with their virtual service consultant and both times after getting confirmation via email , they said they never received it when we showed up for the appointment. Why have it if it does not work.
Very unsatisfied almost customer - mmoore17575
I recently visited this establishment to purchase a vehicle i had seem online, a 2013 red certified pre-owned Lincoln MKS. The sales associate Jason Webber did nothing but lie, xxxxxxxx, and drag me along for 3 weeks. It took over 24 hrs. for a credit check. He had very poor communication skills. There was a dent and numerous scratches he said they would fix. He stated the dent might me an issue, but the scratches would be no problem. A few days later dent was gone scratches were untouched. He lied and xxxxxxxxxxx me for 2 more weeks about the scratches getting fixed saying their body shop was extremely backed up. In addition, they tried to persuade me to come pick up the vehicle that they would give me a written agreement saying they would still fix the scratches free of charge. I am so happy I refused to do this. However, it wasn't until i got pissed and threatened to report this to the department of motor vehicles, the general manager, and corporate Lincoln that the truth finally came out. Turns out upon removing the front bumper to repair and repaint the scratches they found damage to the fog lights and wiring stating it was as if someone drove over too high of a curb or parked into a large snow bank. They put the scratched bumper back on and neither the sales associate Jason Webber nor the pre-owned sales manager Robert Warren said nothing to me and as I encountered them several time periodically. The car needless to say is no longer certified. In addition, they were letting workers in out of the vehicle with muddy feet and no paper carpet protectors and the owner manual was left out of the vehicle during the certification process. If something like this starts happening to you please go directly to the general manager he seemed like a reasonable individual. Enter this dealer at your own risk.