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Unpressured, courteous service - KG
My experience with staff at Martin Honda was very positive. The salesperson with whom I worked the most, Herb, was very knowledgeable and helpful but he didn't pressure me which was very appreciated. He was transparent and supportive. The dealer matched the quotes I received from other places both for the new vehicle price and trade-in.
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Purchased a Rav 4 just 2 months ago and already needs a... - Mmarshall19956
Purchased a Rav 4 just 2 months ago and already needs a battery replaced . I tested it and it tests at 168 cold cranking amps just 2 months after purchasing the vehicle . I informed the Salesperson Ken whom told me it’s a regular wear and tear item . Really after just 2 months a battery that’s supposed to be 550 cold cranking amps is 168 ? Best part is the vehicle is supposed to be under warranty for 12k miles or 12 months . The kicker is that it’s even stated on their FTC sticker aka Buyers Guide . I sent over copies of both their buyers guide and a picture of the tester reflecting the battery needs replaced . If anyone else experiences something that should be covered under the Federal Trade Commission Sticker aka Buyers Guide you can report it to the FTC Additionally you can teach the Delaware Attorney Generals Office .You can also open an investigation with Dealer Services at the DMV in Dover .I will be doing all of the above . I gave NUCAR the opportunity to exercise some common sense and customer service but they failed miserably . I suggest moving forward that they just exercise some proper customer service and stand behind their own lot warranty . Under no set of circumstances should anyone be replacing a battery or anything else just 2 months and less then 3 k miles after purchasing a vehicle .
Service Highly not recommended! - Angryperson12
Just had keys made for my Mazda this weekend. Told me it would take 1 hr to cut and program but took almost 2 hrs because "the technician was new" . quoted me $130 and when the time came to pay it was $147 because of a $17 shop fee? When asked they said it was standard through out DE and that fee was for disposing hazardous waste/material. ??? I'M GETTING A KEY PROGRAMMED! What is there to dispose? Had Audi, Nissan and Toyota keys programmed and all took less that 45 min and with no hidden cost! Should of listen to the poor service reviews on YELP and here so from now on I'll try to stay away from this dealer! Heed the warning!