My Review Of Jennings Chevrolet:
After doing a lot of online research about the reputation of dealerships (and there are a lot of crummy dealerships out there), I decided to visit the Ford dealership in Glenview and a Chevrolet dealership elsewhere. During the Ford test drive, we passed Jennings Chevrolet's storage yard. I didn't really feel like driving a great distance to visit the Chevrolet dealership I had selected online, so I decided to go over to Jennings. I wasn't really sure where they were located, so I hadn't done any online research beforehand.
From the moment I stepped in, I felt like a welcomed addition to the Jennings customer family. Josh Dessent patiently listened to what I was looking for in a vehicle, and in no time, I was test driving an Equinox. I liked it much more than the Ford Edge, but I wasn't quite ready to buy until I had more time to think about it. Josh was very knowledgeable and never pressured me to buy the vehicle. In fact, no one did. The folks at this dealership are very laid back in a good way, and they do not use high pressure sales tactics that I really can't stand dealing with. They made my experience very enjoyable.
In less than a week I was back, ready to buy. Again, Josh was very helpful and patient as we rode out to the storage yard to look over their stock for a vehicle that fit my requirements. While they didn't have exactly what I was looking for, I was willing to compromise on a few features and went home a happy Jennings customer. This time I had some interaction with Dion Fain and Davis De Treville, and both took the time to explain the numbers to me and were very honest and straightforward.
I would certainly recommend Jennings Chevrolet to anyone. My experience was very enjoyable, dealing with honest, straightforward, no-pressure people. In a world of corporate-owned chain car dealerships chasing the almighty dollar, the family-owned (since 1958) Jennings Chevrolet is a breath of fresh air.
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