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This is by far the best Dealership around I’ve been... - Hickspainting12
This is by far the best Dealership around I’ve been buying here 25 years and just like today they treated me great and stayed in the deal until we reached a far number both ways .. you Will not beat Eddie Gilstrap Ford I don’t care where you go ..
I had to update my google review because of the service... - cguilford
I had to update my google review because of the service department. I had a scheduled drop off 2 weeks out and when I got there they didn't have a loaner per my request. On top of that they found a vehicle for me to drive but wanted to charge a $55 day rental.
I've upped this to 5 star thanks to Tate in the service department for reaching out and taking care of my issues the same day.
Visiting out of town - Chrysler
Fast service and friendly faces I was just visiting I call the day before and got an appointment the next day. Super service. Thanks everyone.
Did a great job fixing my car. Their prices were better... - Jeremy
Did a great job fixing my car. Their prices were better than the others and they didnt try to take advantage of me. I will continue to bring my business here.
Service and Warranty Questions - Dave.H
I’ve had my Jeep Cherokee Limited for a year and had some questions concerning its upcoming service and warranty coverage. I spoke to Austin in the Service Dept and he was able to quickly provide the information I needed for all my questions.
My wife and I started driving on Thursday, 19 Nov 2020,... - steve
My wife and I started driving on Thursday, 19 Nov 2020, to visit our daughter in Maryland for Thanksgiving. We planned a stop in Bardstown because the Makers Mark barrel I sponsored as an Ambassador about ten years ago is ready and its time to get custom bottles from that batch! Well, the power steering on our 2006 Lincoln Town Car started to fail three hours from our hotel. I stopped for fuel, checked the power steering fluid, and there was a significant loss. I filled it up, we made it to Bardstown, but the power steering was growling and barely working. On the way to our hotel we saw the Conway Heaton Ford dealership just 1/2 mile down the road! What luck! We brought the car there at 0800, explained the situation, and they IMMEDIATELY started working on it.
They trobleshot the problem, went to get the parts, and had it fixed by 0930!! We made it to Makers Mark on time, and then hit the road to Maryland on schedule. Carl Childers was the great guy who helped us, and whoever the mechanic was, God Bless him too. I spent 33 years as active duty Air Force and I've been all over this nation in almost every state. In the hundreds of thousands of miles traveled we had the opportunity to use dozens of dealerships, and other mechanics, over the years. Today may be the best service department performance I've ever experienced. No exaggeration. Your service team changed our day from what could have been a disaster, to a blessing. Thanks!
Steve Cahanin, Col, USAF (Ret)
This dealer is a sham, service department will do... - Jayhtx
This dealer is a sham, service department will do everything they can to avoid warranty, service manger said “parts that break are not warranties” my wife’s visor broke on her new Jeep JL and they would not warranty it. Buyer beware
I'm extremely unhappy with bachman in Jeffersonville. I... - clcook592
I'm extremely unhappy with bachman in Jeffersonville. I have been waiting for a part for 10 months, they never call, or return messages. They do not care about their customers from what I can see. Find another dealership.
I was there yesterday. My car problems started 2 weeks... - stevenpark2211
I was there yesterday. My car problems started 2 weeks ago and I had a lot of troubles. Finaly, I discouvered this great service and they helped me. You are great. Thanks a lot. Now, I can drive my car with pleasure, because I know that if there is a problem - you are here to help. I will highly recommend you to everyone I know!!!
t Things broken, work had to be redone, and late - james19764
Things were broken in the car while at Bob Allen Dodge.
Bob Allen returnes also my vehicle late. The several hundred dollar computer replaced had to be replaced again within a year. They did terrible service and terrible work, and they broke things in my car.
(My friend says they messed up the transmission in their van, too)
How did that repair become necessary? - nobody special
I gave this dealership two stars because they have a very nice waiting room with coffee and WI-FI. Also, they have friendly staff.
I have a Jeep Wrangler that received a recall for an airbag issue. I understand many things about my Jeep because I have driven to and from the desert in California. That is over 2000 miles each way. I am very familiar with my Jeep because I am mechanically inclined and enjoy driving. I made an appointment with John Jones Jeep in Corydon, Indiana to resolve a recall issue with my airbag clockspring and some related hardware. During the day I received a call telling me they had done a free safety check and determined my Jeep needed an air filter, spark plug wires, and new spark plugs. They offered to do those items for $305.00. I thanked them for pointing that out, but I would take care of that myself. I had them lock my key in the car because I could not pick it up during normal business hours. When I arrived to pick up my Jeep, everything appeared in order, so I signaled my wife and we headed home. Jeep drivers, at least us off road lovers, pay very close attention to our vehicles. During the drive home I noticed the Jeep logo on my steering wheel was not on a level horizontal plane. It wasn't vertical or anything so drastic as that, but it was cockeyed enough to disturb me. If I kept the wheel so the logo was horizontal the Jeep tracked to the left side of the road. I decided to have them look at that the next day. When I arrived home I picked up the repair paperwork. For the first time I noticed they had attached an alignment evaluation that showed my wheels toe setting was well out of alignment. That was a surprise, so I checked for unusual tire wear that would be caused by toe in alignment issues. The tires were just fine and in fact the "Free Safety Check" said my tires were just fine. The following day I drove my Jeep a short distance and my ESP/BAS light clicked on and the car traction light illuminated. That made perfect sense to me because driving a Jeep Wrangler that is out of alignment has the steering wheel Jeep logo alignment off center. When I called the dealer they attempted to give me an appointment for the next day or two. I told them I had a warning light and since their recall repair caused the problem I wanted to take it in today. The nice lady made an appointment for me. I took the car in and told them my issue was the steering wheel being cockeyed and the warning light. After a reasonable repair time the service writer came and told me the steering wheel being cockeyed was a pre-existing condition and they were still checking out the lights. I told him absolutely not. Their recall repair that required the removal of the steering wheel and who knows what else, was what caused it. The writer was relying on information relayed from the repair tech. Rather than continuing an argument with the poor service writer I just shut up, attempted to keep my anger in check and left. I went immediately to Big O tires where I normally go for any tire or suspension issue for my cars. While waiting I called John Jones to ask how much they charged for alignment. It was $99 and if the camber needed adjustment it would be an additional $150.
I spoke with the Big O alignment specialist and he confirmed my tire's were not wearing uneven which was an indication that the alignment had not been that far off for very many miles. Big O charges $59 for alignment to include camber if needed.
Although I will not accuse anyone at John Jones Jeep of deliberately putting my wheels out of alignment, I will mention some reasons I am very suspicious.
1. The lack of tire wear being uneven indicates it happened within not very many miles.
2. The steering wheel being off center when I picked the car up. (Jeep Wrangler steering wheels can only be put on one way because of the design, so it wasn't because it was put on wrong)
3. The ESP/BAS and Anti skid warning lights are triggered by alignment issues, steering off center, Airbag clockspring problems and possibly a few other reasons.
4. My airbag clockspring was part of the recall.
5. When I was called, the plugs, wires, and aircleaner filter where the only items mentioned. It is strange to me that no mention of the alignment was made.
Did they mess up my alignment during the steering wheel removal and other repairs? Was my alignment knocked out because I declined the suggested repairs? You make your own conclusions because I have certainly come to mine. I will never have anything done at John Jones ever again. They currently have a great deal on oil change and tire rotation. I wonder how many problems will be detected during that service? My advice is steer clear of John Jones GM/Chrysler. There is way too much smoke to not have fire.
James F. Barnard Corydon, Indiana