I give them a two at best. There is a reason this place
hasn’t received a higher rating for their Service and Repair department since 2018. The people staffed as service advisors offer no advice, to me any
hasn’t received a higher rating for their Service and Repair department since 2018. The people staffed as service advisors offer no advice, to me anyway. They are prompt to quote policy. I walked in, stated my business, which was to obtain an oil change, and was told the next advisor would help me. When I got to the guy’s station, he tore off a piece of. scrap paper and gave me the number to call to schedule an oil change. So I am physically standing there but these guys don’t make appointments I guess. I called the number when I got home, and scheduled the appointment with Diane for first thing the next morning. I can only assume they gave me an oil change, there’s no way to check. I drove my car less than 1,000 miles in 14 months, so it’s not dark or used looking on the dip stick. That is where I am at with the trust level here. I’ve been taking my VW there since I bought it there 6 years ago with one exception when I tried another VW place. My oil change cost me $151.42. They told me this when I dropped off, but since it’s been over a year and less than 1,000 miles since the last oil change how was I supposed to remember how much an oil change is? I thought it was high, but what am I going to say? “No, too expensive” after I already have the appointment? There was no question on whether I was using a coupon, or some sort of discount. Probably because there isn’t a coupon or discount. They charged $64.94 for labor. The oil change “parts” were $77.07, the remaining was tax. I hope to sell my VW before ever having to go to this place again. I don’t think I’ve really ever had a good relationship with any of the advisors there. They always appear to do the basic. They aren’t rude, just indifferent. I received an email that my car was ready for pick up, the service is done and to text them 45 minutes before you pick up your car. No telephone number to text back to, so I tried what I found on the correspondence, but received nothing back. I then called and left a voicemail for the advisor, but I didn’t get a call back. When I get there to pick my car up Kevin tells me the cashier is in the next building at Porsche. He couldn’t tell me that when I dropped off? They seem to know everything but will only share a tidbit at a time, making you feel uncomfortable for not being familiar with how it works. (Earlier this year, I was scheduled for an oil change on a Saturday by one of their brilliant people answering the phones at the 800#. When I arrived, I found out they aren’t even open on Saturdays for service.) Maybe it isn’t their intention to make you feel stupid but that is how it comes off. I’m well for “supporting” the larger “Cherry Hill Imports (VW) family” except after the repeated customer service defects over the years I don’t think they are deserving of my money. I love my car, but I can’t stand getting it serviced here or at Turnersville, which is quite far from me. I don’t mind paying a premium price for a service, but there has to be some value there or some customer satisfaction component overall and there just isn’t. The best thing that happened was that the guy with the electronic clipboard who initially greeted me and got me in line for the advisor was real nice, explained there was a guy in front of me and that he would be with me momentarily, right after he got the customer ahead of me going. which he did. Unfortunately, I didn’t catch his name. Who would guess that would be the best thing to happen? Thank goodness their bonuses aren’t tied to customer satisfaction or trust levels!