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BEST experience! - Dharris144
Purchasing my new YUKON was by far the easiest, BEST experience I've had to date at a dealership! Quick, professional and extremely knowledgeable. Our salesperson Crystal and the amazing GM did everything to accommodate us being able to purchase our new truck. We are forever GMC buyers now and are already planning our next purchase. Their team at this wonderful dealership have renewed my faith in the dealership experience. 5 Stars!
Service - Skivail01
Good service and Lyft for a ride to my home and pickup when work was completed . Terrible car wash still had dirt on the exterior.
Excellent service!! - Mary’s Enclave
Parkway Service Department gives exceptional customer service. Lydia and Linda always go above and beyond for me. They both start with a welcoming greeting and are very helpful and knowledgeable. The service team also delivers great work. I feel my car is always in good hands.
Best car buying experience EVER with Jim! - nikkiki
Jim Galley at Penske Cadillac South Bay gave me the best car buying experience I've had yet! This was my 3rd time looking for a new car and had already leased within the GM family. I was preparing to return my 2016 Buick Encore as the end of term was approaching, and I was ready to move into the Cadillac family. Jim rewarded me for my loyalty, took care of my Buick a few months early, and got me into a 2019 Cadillac XT5. We test drove a used SRX (my dream car for some time), but once we got in the XT5 I was blown away by the updated technology and luxury feel of the crossover. He was super knowledgable, professional, patient, and friendly. Between the test drives and all the paperwork, we were at the dealership for a few hours, but Jim took care of everything along the way. The most important of all was that he was a family man, and he treated me like family from the second I walked in the door. I could not be more happy with my experience with Jim at Penske and my brand new car!
Poor cleanliness, unanswered questions, in service dept - tarzan
I have taken my 2008 GMC 2500 HD to this dealer a few times over the last couple of years for service. I have experienced first hand that they do not use protective seat covers to keep dirt and grease off my seats. I even brought in my own plastic seat covers only to have them missing when I picked up my truck (they don't know what happened to them). I have had a few puzzling repairs made with unusual diagnosis and comments, (defective factory fuel filter, water pump, air bag, window washer fluid heater, etc. and oil change). They even forgot to reset the oil change indicator and rotate my tires. My truck only has 40k miles on it. Just seems strange for a dealer to have these issues. I'm going to try another dealer ASAP.
Wonderful Sales Advisor Lisa Sanchez - Midtown Atlanta
Great Atmosphere with no pressure environment. Stopped in on a whim while passing by.
Lisa Sanchez, was a delight to meet and what a true professional, she instantly made us feel comfortable.
Lisa has outstanding knowledge about the products and each vehicles differences.
Lisa was patient and offered immediate responses to the mired of questions on each vehicle we tested.
We immediately feel in love with one of the beautiful Cadillac’s.Lisa has us rethinking two other luxury’s car brands that are imported.
Bait and Switch - False Advertising - jnr
Dealer website advertises the GMC Canyon SLE shortbed at $249 a month for a 24 month lease, with $2000 down as part of a GMC special offer. Only requirements are good credit and that you own or lease a competitors vehicle from 1999 or newer, and that you do the deal by April 30. I own other vehicles, and my credit score is excellent. Make an appointment, go test drive the advertised truck which even has a $249/month sign on its windshield. Try to make the deal, and the salesman comes back something like $375 a month and $1400 down FOR THE SAME VEHICLE AS ADVERTISED. This is illegal. I walked out.
With only 14,000 miles on my car, the battery went dead... - JaniceClark
With only 14,000 miles on my car, the battery went dead on a Saturday. At 1:45 I called the dealer to find out what to do. I was told by Carlos they didn't have my battery but I should call Monrovia. I called Monrovia and Eric told me to call Pasadena because they didn't have the battery either. No answer from Pas. Called Eric back and He told me to have AAA change battery due to "emergency situation - I'd be carless". Eric said O'Donnell would reimburse me for battery since it only had less than 15,000 miles. AAA changed battery, gave me battery printout and receipt. I went to O'Donnells and they got back to me 2 weeks later. Said they needed the battery. I called AAA and the battery was recycled. Why didn't Carlos or Eric tell me they would need the battery? AAA said all I needed was the printout and receipt.
I went in with my corvette that had been making weird... - corvetteman
I went in with my corvette that had been making weird engine noises for a while and because i was having a hard time getting the car into 1st gear. I had taken the car previously to other dealerships but they were not able to fix either problem. Luckily the technicians at Santa Monica Chevy were able to find and fix the problem on their first try and did so in only 4 days. Needless to say I was pleased with their service and their price as well.
Russell and Gary at Silver Star worked hard to get my... - john.baumann.1420
Russell and Gary at Silver Star worked hard to get my business and I believe truely wanted to win me over as a long-term customer, not just a one-time used car sale.