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Was a quick service for the 10,000, was covered with my... - Lbrotmann
Was a quick service for the 10,000, was covered with my car purchase and they washed my car for me too!
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Chelsae is always friendly, polite, and efficient every... - Don
Chelsae is always friendly, polite, and efficient every time I visit Central Motors. Text message reminders are nice too. The Service is always great and well communicated.
Thank you for asking me about it,I’m costumers of... - KILASSONIALARISSA
Thank you for asking me about it,I’m costumers of Volkswagen of Stamford since 2003,All staff are professional and kind ,special service department staff,Thank you very much
Very professional and courteous service staff. The work I... - Mark
Very professional and courteous service staff. The work I requested was performed to my satisfaction including setting up service appointment. I definitely will come back to service my car at Curran Volkswagen.
Excellent service department - Jeff
Skip Scanlon and the rest of the service team are the best! I always come here for VW service and scheduling is easy. Would highly recommend!
Helpful at first. I paid $160 for a diagnostic and they... - yugofukovski
Helpful at first. I paid $160 for a diagnostic and they couldn't find the problem. Looking at the reviews they are clearly fake with all 5 star ratings. Where there is a hint of dishonesty it's usually much worse. In my experience dealers are the worst and this one doesn't seem to be any different.
I give them zero stars if I could. Awful customer... - LM
I give them zero stars if I could. Awful customer service. Gengras doesn't care about former Crowley VW customers. I did purchase an extended warranty and paid $900 for a total care plan that included free oil changes, inspections and tire rotation. Gengras won't honor those of us who bought the total care plan.Will no longer be bringing my Tiguan there for any services now. Gengras maybe you should rethink your policy ... you just lost all my business.
It is May 21,2020 staff are not required to wear masks,... - Llgilson66
It is May 21,2020 staff are not required to wear masks, no signs about safety of hygiene on the door, no social distancing. Called the manager and now there are signs - where have these been for the last 9 weeks of the global pandemic?! No- zero concern for customer health or safety.
This is a "VW service Xpress" location, which explicitly... - TheyDontHaveHeart
This is a "VW service Xpress" location, which explicitly states there is NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY for basic maintenance services such as oil and filter changes, and tire rotations. This is not only on the Corporate VW website, but also reiterated on this specific dealers own website. I arrived on a weekday early afternoon and there were ZERO customers in the building or service waiting area and I was told they were TOO BUSY and I needed to schedule an appointment to have them perform a basic oil change, the first date of which they could do that being 6 (SIX) days in the future. I drove 20 minutes down the road to a competing VW dealer and was in and out in less than an hour. Harte VW and the rest of the entire Harte Auto Group will never see a single dollar from my pocket, but according to them business is booming and they don't need my money or new customers anyways.
Before I write a review on how long I’ve been trying to... - Kingkem
Before I write a review on how long I’ve been trying to get my car situated and fixed properly as that what insurance is for. I’d like to talk to someone to make sure this is not what really goes on over there.
Terrible Job / Excessively Long - Bad Choice
I was talked into going to this shop by my insurance company. That was a mistake. It took the shop 32 days to do a 9 day repair. They never called to update me on the progress, the only way to find out what was going on was to keep calling myself. That is a long time to be paying for a rental car. When I did finally get my car back the paint did not match, the body panels where misaligned, there was damage to the interior, a pile of screws was left in the cup holder from who knows where, the windows did not all work, the wheel was rubbing and they charged me $700 for a set of tires I did not want. This was such a terrible job I won’t even go back there to have them fix it. I do not want them anywhere near my car again. Surprising that this is shop can stay in business.
Chris communicated well the work to be done and the... - pootmom
Chris communicated well the work to be done and the price. He was courteous and friendly.This dealership has always done exceptional work on my vehicle at a fair price.
Great Customer Service; Knowledgeable techs - eastcoast
Have been very happy with the servicing of my VW Eurovan at Mitchell VW. Customer service folks and technicians are helpful and knowledgeable.
Jessica got the vehicle in quickly for servicing. Mark knew his stuff when it came to servicing the Eurovan.
Would highly recommend to other Eurovan owners.
I purchased a 2011 VW GTI and along with it a $599... - daveugene
I purchased a 2011 VW GTI and along with it a $599 "Vehicle Tire and Wheel Guarantee". The former business manager (now Ryan Agosti) pulled out a photo of a damaged wheel and recommended this covered. He ensured by that any damage to the wheels would be covered under this agreement. A year later I attempted to fix minor scrapes on the wheels at New Country and was told that the stock wheels on my vehicle were not covered based on the way they are manufactured. I contacted Ryan Agosti and explained everything. She claimed to have checked with her boss, Tom Coppinger who said there would be no refund whatsoever. The only reason this was purchased would be to cover the wheels- based on the guidance of the dealership themselves.
Bad experience. Poor service skills - MikeY
Worst body shop I've been to. They'd have done a better job at Macao. After Joe telling me he'd work the deductible in for me, they call me once it's finished to tell me that it's all set but I have to pay the deductible. I figured no big deal so I went down to pay and pick up my truck. Upon examining my truck, they didn't prep the truck correctly and I had a flaw over a foot long that nobody even checked over or looked at before they tried giving it back to me. While letting joe know that i was upset over the issue, he displayed his poor customer service skills by walking away from me mid conversation and going into the back. Grated i wasnt yelling or being a dick, just talking. After a weekend of having my truck still and them racing through it again, there's still a section that they never fixed. I paid to get it out of there out of their hands. First off, how do you give a car away with a huge imperfection, then bang through it and still have it look like crap? Very unreliable and rushed here.
why i like and use new milford vw is they are the best,to... - mike.whiteley.54
why i like and use new milford vw is they are the best,to me there are number 1,when i first moved to this area i was treated like family not like a number but a person from my first green golf now 12years latter my 2012jetta se they are my pals.
Sold me a car with no breaks or K208 form. Dishonest people - Michelle
I had the most dishonest experience at Schaller in New Britain. I would never recommend to anyone to go through what I had to go through or to work with the incredibly manipulative BILL PAPALEO and I am currently filing a claim with the DMV. Schaller sold me a car with 0 breaks and did not provide a K208 form... which means that they NEVER INSPECTED the car. I drove the car off the lot and then went on a three week long mission trip. When I came home and really started driving the car, I noticed that there was something funny with the breaks. I am in my 20s and not too experienced with cars (this is only the 2nd one I've ever owned) but I brought it to Torrington Hyundai (it was a Hyundai Sonata) to get checked. They told me that the breaks were metal to metal... and that is was extremely dangerous to be driving. They would not let me drive my car off the lot and said that I needed breaks before they would feel like I could drive again in good conscience. I explained that I had recently bought the car and they said that it was physically impossible to buy the car that had been properly inspected with these breaks. Torrington Hyundai called Schaller and spoke with BILL PAPALEO who explained that he swore that the car was sold at 6mm breaks on the front and back (he went back to retract this statement later). After explaining, that I had the actual breakpads in my hands and that they were down to the metal and that they would not let me drive the car off the lot, he agreed to have Torrington Hyundai fix them.
However, my issue with Schaller was that when I went back to ask them how this could have happened and how they could have sold a car to me with 0 breaks, they came up with one million false stories. I am a young woman and felt so taken advantage of as they tried to explain to me how I was wrong. First Bill said that they did sell the car to me at 6mm breaks and that he could see it on the service forms. I asked to see the forms and he said that they were being digitized and that he could not retrive them at the moment. Then I reminded him that it is physically impossible to go from 6 to 0mm in three weeks (or even a year!) and he started to change his story saying that there was no way the breaks were that low, etc, etc. I told him I physically had the breakpads in my hand and I was coming to show him and he changed his story once again. He then said that Torrington Hyundai had "xxxxx them" (his words) in charging for the break rotors because those would not have needed to be replaced even if there was no breaks. Thankfully my dad had informed me that if the breaks were this gone, then the rotors would also not be in good condition. When I reminded him of this, he changed his story once again.
This continued over and over. He kept making excuses about how it was my fault that I had no breaks and how the car was in perfect condition when they sold it to me. He was rude and disrespecful and lying through his teeth and I felt so taken advantage of as he screamed to me over the phone.
Luckily, the mechanics at Torrington Hyundai told me that all of this should have been documented on a K208 form that they are REQUIRED to give every person that buys a car. I never received one... and I am certain of this because I put every single piece of paperwork from the car sale (including the car title... which my dad later yelled at me about and made me put in a safe place in my house) in the glove compartment. There is no K208. I told Bill this and he said he would go find me. He came back with a copy of a K208 with my car's plate number on it... except the signature and date portion of the form was conveniently cut of... as if he photocopied my name right off of it. Again, I never received this form and never signed it... so he was just making this up right in front of my face.
Bill ended with telling me that he thought the mechanic that did my car was suffering from eye problems because "he had diabetes" and that he probably just missed the breaks. BIG DEAL. He said the mechanic was on vacation so I couldn't talk to him.
At this point, I could not believe the lies coming out of his mouth. They don't have my K208 form with my signature because they accidently cut it off while copying it, they didn't sell me a car with no breaks... oh wait they did, it was just that the mechanic has eye problems and missed it. THIS IS A HUGE DEAL. YOU SOLD ME A CAR WITH NO BREAKS AND I COULD HAVE DIED! I could have gotten in an accident and it would have been your fault. This is a huge problem.
And Bill Papaleo made every excuse ending up with the "mechanic has eye problems". I have never felt more manipulated or taken advantage of than I did by this man. He straight up lied to me face over and over again. He was unkind and just not a good representation of anyone that should be working in customer care. In fact, when I told him I would be writing a review he threatened me.
I will NEVER recommend Schaller due to this man.
The service was more than Exceptional - MTB
Dear Mr. Weiss,
I want to thank you for your quick response and resolve for the miss communication between me and your Service Department. I was very please with the service that you provided for me.
You were on time and very respectful to my needs. The service was more than Exceptional.
I thank you very much, it made my time constraints more than manageable. Thank you and your service department for your great work. I would recommend your department to all.
Ernest & Mary
I am very picky about who works on my car and this shop... - sunlover
I am very picky about who works on my car and this shop was terrific! I know about cars and they didn't try to sell me work I didn't need nor did they pressure me into any "extra" services. All their recommendations were spot on and their prices are competitive but there was no pressure to "get it done now." Times are tough these days, and I felt like they understood that and would work out a time frame with me and prioritized my car issues to help out the old wallet! I definately will refer my friends to these guys!
So thankful for this dealership - michael
I have been coming to this dealership for years and they always treat me like family. This last week I was forced to stop in due to my check engine light coming on. Jeremy and Gary worked with the technician to get my vehicle right in and find out what was going on. A sensor I am told had gone bad, they replaced it and get me on the road again in under 2 hrs. Thank you to the entire staff, they are all so friendly and it is so nice to be able to pop in unannounced and be taken care of so quickly.
John and Mark in the service department went above and... - dsfoster
John and Mark in the service department went above and beyond. They were able to fix my wife’s Passat free of charge under the emissions warranty, which was very surprising being the age of the car. It was a bit disappointing when we first brought the car in finding out the the part needed was back ordered and could take quite some time to get in. Needing the car to get back and fourth to work John and Mark were able to get us a loaner car for the extending period of time making life a whole lot easier. This was way beyond what I expected.
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