I'm the owner of a 2012 Chrysler Town and Country (purchased from Herb Chambers) and a 2014 Ram 1500 (not purchased from Herb Chambers due to the inability to reach a common agreement) and have experienced poor, unresolved service from Herb Chambers Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM of Danver's over the years. The the issue that severed our relationship with the dealership was back in July of 2014 when I brought my Town & Country for standard service including tire balance due to a vibration issue in the right rear. I paid for the tires to be balanced yet the issue remained. After 2 additional attempts to have the issue resolved by Herb Chambers I drove down the street to Direct Tire, immediately after receiving the vehicle back from Herbs Service dept, where they removed the broken tire sensor that had been bouncing inside the right rear tire. As a result of that experience I have not returned to Herb Chambers. Please note that until this incident, Herb Chambers had done all of the service including oil changes on my vehicles (we're a 3 Ram and 4 Chrysler T&C family, so not a small business).
Today, the 2014 Ram 1500 has several warranty items that need attention so I thought that I'd give Herb Chambers another try. Well, since I didn't buy the truck from them, even though I did try, they were not interested in helping with my warranty concerns (rear door window seal, rear door lock not working, tear in leather seat) and told me to go back to the dealership from which I purchased it. Honestly, as the Chrysler representation for Ram in the North Shore area you'd expect more from them. I left Herb Chambers and found another Chrysler dealerships in the area to be far more accommodating and willing to take on the warranty items. In summary, today's experience confirmed that nothings changed with respect to the poor service of Herb Chambers Danvers.