Super easy to work with - Jim M
Seth was great to work with and let me set the pace. I did a lot of the buying over email and Seth was responsive, helpful, pleasant, and efficient.
I hate buying cars but this simple and painless. I certainly would buy from them again.
Denecker of Middlebury Colleen Skeffington - Wanda Bishop
I was very impressed with my sales person she knew how to make me feel very comfortable and was very helpful answered all my questions, she knows cars and made my choice of my new car very enjoyable and she fantastic to work with! So I will send my friends and family to her! Thanks again ! Wanda Bishop
I will go back next time! - L. Cook
Abbie was amazing and very helpful over then phone. Then I got there, I hate buying new cars because dealerships can be so pushy and judgmental. NOT AT MACMAHON! Just supper friendly and easy to work with. Brian and John were great. I highly recommend McMahon!
Thank you....Thank you...Thank you - Lisa
While in purchasing a car for our daughter, Jerry heard me say how much I missed my "big" car feel. He took that and ran with it. After working with the dealership for our daughter, he had parked a Traverse for me to sit in. It was exactly what I was missing. We weren't in the market for a new car but Nick and Jerry were eager to make this happen. They searched to find the features we wanted and the color. Every aspect of the transaction for us and our daughter was top notch. Nick remained in communication while searching for the car. His "Up Beat" personality is an added bonus. Thank you to all that helped in this transaction. I loved driving my Traverse home!
Great Service - curtk
Bought a used vehicle and had an issue with a check engine light. They immediately took the car back and fixed all issues. Very impressed with Hank as always.
Salesman tried to get a date with my girlfriend - W1969
Very disappointed in the actions of a salesman.
He literally spends all his time asking my girlfriend out and screws up our paperwork.
A month and a half later our truck is still in registered. The paper work was sent back to us due to errors.
The truck has many issues and keeps breaking. Imagine sitting waiting for your brand new truck to be fixed and this dirty disrespectful salesman walks by me twice.
And you have to keep quiet or go to jail.
Now we are waiting for a tow truck to come pick up our truck because it has more problems
What would you do in this case.
Here’s my experience purchasing a used 2010 Toyota Yaris... - Lyndonws
Here’s my experience purchasing a used 2010 Toyota Yaris from them during August 2013.
I overpaid for my car between $500-1,000 for a pre-owned, recertified Yaris with same options and condition per www.KBB.com.
Dealer used ‘Bait-n-Switch’ tactics with aftermarket part installation (ie: installing cruise control at $500 cost to them, but only dropped price by $200 when I tried to change my mind about installation). They also told me that the price couldn’t come down because they were putting new tires on the car. From my perspective that would have been something accounted for in the trade-in value they gave to the previous owner.
Dealership kept my car for days to install cruise, but when I picked it up cruise was not installed. It became my problem to work it out with the service department and drive it to their sister dealership for installation. What were they doing with my car for half a week??
Financing was a SCAM. They tried to slide me into a 6.915% interest loan when I knew my credit score was almost 700. They told me “it’s just a few more dollars”. It actually equated to $20/mo more for 72 months ($1,440 extra in payments!). A few months before my wife and I had purchased a 2009 Chevy Cobalt elsewhere and received a 2.99% loan instantly from a local credit union through a dealer.
Next, as a tired and worn down customer, I signed paperwork too quickly. A big mistake! The next day I found I was financing optional Gap Insurance of $650. I had it removed, but then they added non-optional Single-Interest Insurance of $65, stating that the lender required it (verified its validity with the lender, but my auto insurer had never heard of such a thing).
Overall, don’t go to this dealership unless you’re armed with your own financing, and don’t let them know you already have financing until you’ve negotiated the price. On second thought …just don’t go there.