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Flawless Experience - Trey1021
If you're looking for a Chrysler, Jeep, or Dodge vehicle at the Blair dealership, reach out to Travis Baker. He's incredibly knowledgeable with the vehicles, and made the car buying experience easy. When I found a vehicle I was interested in, I got in touch with Travis and he had the test drive ready to go when I showed up. I ended up thinking about my purchase over the next few days, and when I decided to buy the car Travis had everything setup and ready to go for me. I literally walked into the dealership, signed the paperwork, and walked out the door with the keys to my new car. I was happy to have my time valued especially with Blair being about an hour away from where I live. Overall, I had a great experience.
Great customer service. - Rose532
Our sales person, Chuck Corey, was very attentive & made us feel welcomed. All staff was helpful & friendly. All very knowledgeable. Management worked with us to get vehicle price at a reasonable price.
Crooked!! - MofTSC
Bought a used vehicle here. Has been in the shop 3 times in the 3 weeks that we have had it. The guy above all the salesman is so rude and made every experience feel like it was our fault and talked down to us. He got called out on his crooked lies at the end of it. We will NEVER do business with them again. I feel sorry for anyone that has to deal with the guy. One guy ruined it all. Oh and the rental they set us up for? Closes before we can even get there.
Took great care of me before and after the sale!" - solizm
Jesse Banda, took great care of me before and after the sale!" -
Jesse Banda provided great customer service and took great care of me. Very understanding of my needs and I left with a great deal (Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited) and a vehicle that meets all of my needs. Thanks again! Maria Soliz
Horrible Service with No Accountability - DisgustedWithMacHaik
Worst experience for car service I've ever had. I brought it in a two year old Ram 1500 Limited with multiple issues and a broken back window. I pre-approved the window repair without a quote. They held the car for 2 days only fixed the recall item (hey there is some easy money from the manufacturer) and then called me to pick it up. When I got there they had a quote for the window but had not fixed it and claimed they couldn't reproduce the other issues even though I could do it on the lot. Pierce my service contact just apologized but offered to do nothing and blamed his technician who's full name he didn't know because "Mike is new". At this point I'm out of time to get it fixed, have already turned in my rental car (which cost me ~$150) and I'm having to make arrangements to send it to an out of town shop to get it repaired in time. Absolutely lazy and incompetent staff who don't take accountability. I'd accuse them of dishonesty but I don't think they care enough or are competent enough to be dishonest. As a side note, the out of town place that is fixing it is fixing it for less than 50% of the quote I received but that's really just insult to injury since I was willing to pay the inflated price due to my timeline constraints.
Sold a damaged Truck and refused to repair it - SethW
UPDATE: After receiving the notification below from the owner, I called the GM the next day. Obviously there is a disconnect between the owner and the GM or the owner is truly only worried about making a profit anyway he can.
I call the GM and told him I was going to file a claim with insurance (even though I bought a damaged truck from AutoNation and they should have been responsible for the repairs) and said I would like to just get my truck back since they have had it as of March 5th. Therefore, I proposed that they pay the deductible which is much less of a financially burden to them than covering the whole cost. He said, "No." I then had to twist his arms to get him to cover half of the deductible.
To company of that size a few thousand dollars is a drop in the bucket if it means repeat business and referrals. Now Autonation is making a profit off of me twice: 1) The sale of the damaged truck 2) The insurance claim to get the truck repaired to working order.
The GM had the audacity to call me today ask for me to remove my review since they are taking care of the problem. Seriously?
At this point it is no longer about the money it's the principle of the matter.
Had I read the reviews on google first prior to the purchase of the used F250, I would not have bought the truck from AutoNation. It appears to be a reoccurring problem where people buy used vehicles from there and inherent problems, then are told they have the 90 day warranty that is completely useless. BUYERS BEWARE - DO NOT BUY USED FROM HERE. They will not help you, Service Manager GM, etc. are more worried about hitting their bonuses than having returning customers.
I bought a used F250 from them on Saturday, on Tuesday a service light came on. I didn't even have the truck a full 3 days. AutoNation Dodge sent the truck to AutoNation Ford to figure out the problem. Turns out either the previous owner or whoever AutoNation bought the truck from put "something" in the def tank. They have had my truck since April 5th and have been fighting on who was going to pay the $~4,000 to correct it, or place the blame on me. Knowing that I did nothing to contaminate the DEF system and understanding the way the system works I have presented my case to several of their management up to the GM. Today he told me that the repairs would not be covered by Autonation. I was told that in order to get the truck put back together it would be $680... just to leave. This is totally unacceptable. You buy a car from a reputable company and then get screwed because they didn't do their due diligence with their "Certified" vehicle.