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Best place to purchase a vehicle. - kbegbert06
Dale was so awesome and helped us find our family car. I am very picky and I had a list and criteria of what I wanted in a van. We were able to find our van with Dale’s help. The costumer service was great throughout the whole process. Plus, he wasn’t pushy. We actually were on our way to Ron sayers dealership when we decided on the way to just stop by and look at these vans. We were greeted immediately and was helped. I love their costumer service. Highly recommend hertz and Dale to help you purchase your next vehicle!
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Fast and friendly - Sherri
Got my vehicle in fast and did exactly the work needed for a great price. Tanya was friendly and new what my vehicle was in for.
Quick service and quality work, thanks. - Fishing
I have history of quality work and best warranty service, nice customer service, personable and professional. Thanks again for the standard maintenance on my old Dodge Dakoda.
Sales and service well above average - RoadWarriorPrincess
In the process of discussing the purchase of a fourth car over the past three years ... I am here again because the team delivers. They find cars suited to your needs, work to strike a mutally satisfactory deal and provide great on-going service afte the purchase.
Best place to purchase a used car or truck. - truckguy73
They post their prices and miles right on the windows. The staff is very helpful and friendly and no pressure. The vehicles are have been checked out by a mechanic and are ready to go. They also take care of you after the sale
Flat tires, broken windows , blown seals . - Chris
They don't even bother to clean or vacuum interiors or sweep debris from the back of trucks . Leaking fluids , bald tires , broken windows . They plainly don't care and are lazy was there an hour met nobody
Steer clear of this dealer - snomack220
I purchased an Acura Cl from them j a year ago. I drive a commercial truck so I drove it very little. In around 11k miles from purchase , here is what I fixed or replaced: CV axles, ($450) all tires/ (tires were separating, ($600) alignment ( $79) door handle broken inside door ($198) dealer diagnostics for check engine light recurring ($270) battery ($89) tune up incl plugs, cap, rotor, which I replaced myself parts ($49 ) Here is what car needed a few days ago per dealer/ distributor $500 & labor/ catalytic converter $775 & labor possible timing belt,water pump & drive belts (service records don't show ever been done with 165.000 mi plus) $550-$800 parts & labor, depending on whether oil seals, tensioners etc need replacement. This is moot now, because a couple days ago the tranny went out. A used junkyard tranny installed is $2450. The car in good condition is worth about $2000. I paid around $4000-$4500 for the car. And I recall mentioning the tranny clunked a lot going into gear, Tim told me " That's just a Honda transmission, they're all like that" or words to that effect. Now that it's almost worthless, I asked the dealer what they could give me on a courtesy trade, and was told after they ran their report, "nothing". It seems the car was also in a wreck years ago in California, and sustained "structural damage" They stated they can't resell such a vehicle. Dealers all run reports on autos they buy, so clearly they knew and chose not to disclose this wreck. I didn't pay for a salvage vehicle, this was supposed to be a clear title, so let's say I was shafted thoroughly (again) by someone I trusted, who I now recognize as just another used car salesman.
Hertz Car Sales - Idaho Falls