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I own a 2004 Black Saturn Ion (it's so fast) Redline,... - clayton14254
I own a 2004 Black Saturn Ion (it's so fast) Redline, Black 2006 Saturn Ion 2 for my son, Black 2007 Saturn Vue Redline for my wife. My father in law owns a 2007 Saturn Outlook XR. The only car that ever gave me trouble was my Ion Redline and that was the XM radio, none of oue auto's has ever had a true mechanical problem-just normal service. I have purchased many new auto's in my 54 years, I just love to drive. David Hernandez is my service writer, Chuck is (my) mechanic when I go in for any type of service which is rare, except performance upgrades for my Redline. They handle things to perfection as far as I am concerned, they are kind,caring and just plain glad to help you with whatever issue your having. Anybody can buy a car at a dealership, but it's great service that keeps you coming back. The sale's department, the finance department are also great, no pressure at all. If they don't have the car you want, they find it, go get it and call you to come in for a test drive. I purchased a 2004 V6 Silver Vue all wheel drive in North Virginia as a Christmas gift for my wife on Dec. 24th 2003. I moved to Orlando, Florida March of 2004. I traded her 04 Vue in March of "07". The "07" Redline V6 Vue with all wheel drive, 250HP, DVD, Redline facia and all the bells and whistles and an extended warranty and GAP insurance has a lower payment then the "04" Vue (0% interest). They are an honest dealship and that's hard to find. I own and operate a couple of Flooring stores and beleave me honesty and great service are what keeps me in business in this tough economy. Buy a Saturn at Orlando Saturn South, why shouldn't you be happy too! By the way, the Saturn Outlook my father-in-law purchased is outrageous, when we trade the "07" Vue in that's my wife's next auto by her request. Buy American only, Support our Military and our Vets. No I don't get paid to do this, I just appreciate being treated with respect and that's not often found today anywhere much less in an auto dealership.
Was going to purchase a new Astra when they had the $5000... - Zoney
Was going to purchase a new Astra when they had the $5000 rebate. Was told I'd get Blue Book or more for my trade. Upon arrival they had an Astra sitting in front of the dealership. So while they're valuing my trade the salesman says he has a few things to do and wanders off. So I wander around and look at what they have. After 30 or so minutes still no salesman, but now I can see him in an office. Finally he comes back telling me about the great deal I'm getting, and shows me paperwork on what my payments will be as well as the out the door price if I elect to go that way. Could see that they were offering me about 2500 less than What Kelly Blue Book says my trade is worth. So I ask to see what they have, finally I'm shown a few (and he keeps looking at the vins and paperwork). We end up at the one in front of the dealership, he then informs me that this is the one the paperwork is on (funny, they decided for me what car I'm buying), asks me if I want to test drive it. Another salesman hears that and says that can't happen, this car is sold. Then I'm told that all the others there would be at least $1500 more. I still don't believe them, should have known something was wrong when all the other dealers only had a $2500 rebate. Then they had the nerve to ask for my license and proof of insurance! To sum it up, lied about what they'd give me on my trade, then decided what car I was going to buy without even showing me any (and then tell me its sold so I'd buy one that more expensive and probably would have been what I wanted anyway). Lying + bait and switch = stay away, stay far away.