Great Experience - Looked Far and Wide and Found It - Kevin Bowles
Lori went above and beyond to find the perfect match for me. After exhaustive searching on the web and at other dealerships, we found just what I was looking for at Hennessy Land Rover/Jaguar in Buckhead. Great, friendly service as I was in and out in no time at all. I look forward to my next purchase.
Will help you buy a car - super dealership - Paul005
The sales staff and store manager HELPED ME BUY a car, they didn’t ‘sell’ me one. I found everyone in the dealership from the receptionist to the scheduler to the sales staff and the manager to be incredibly friendly and helpful. Zero pressure is to overstate it. They offered me over what I asked for on my trade-in and rolled everything they could into my purchase.
I don’t usually recommend businesses to friends since our experiences are all different and I trust that they will make the right decision for themselves. But I am so confident in this dealership that I have already recommended it to a couple of friend - who are likely to become clients.
Great Experience! - Caitlin Watts
Everyone that helped us was wonderful! We felt well cared for and are excited about our purchase! We would return to purchase here in the future!
I've been a happy, loyal Landrover customer for four... - UnhappyLR3
I've been a happy, loyal Landrover customer for four years. I’ve enjoyed my car, haven’t had problems and had already begun to talk to my excellent salesman (Bob Lorenzo), about doing a trade in within the coming year for a newer, or new, vehicle.
That said, my loyalty has been put to the test this past week and a half. It all started innocently enough – I brought my truck in for a routine, 90,000 mile check up. There was nothing wrong with the vehicle, but it was due for its regular maintenance. It was supposed to be a 24-hour turnaround. I went to pick up the car and paid $1,400 in service fees – a bit steep, but worth it in my mind for peace of mind as I’m not a car guy and an ounce of prevention (or $1,400) is worth its weight in issues down the road.
As I was driving home (about ten miles), the check engine light came on. When I pulled into my driveway at home, my keyless entry didn’t work. I called the dealership and told them what happened and I was told to bring the truck back in, which I did the following Monday. I didn’t hear from Landrover again – no updates and no calls to tell me my truck was ready. So, I went to the dealership again – another $300 fee – plus an additional $400 for ordering a new key. I, again, paid it, even though in my own mind had a few reservations of having to pay again for service I thought I had already paid for (especially since there wasn’t anything wrong with my vehicle initially). You would’ve thought the dealership driver would’ve discovered the check engine light as he pulled my truck up to me to drop off. If for no other reason, out of a customer loyalty perspective, Landrover could’ve considered waiving the second wave of costs as an apology, for not doing it right the first time and for the lost time and trouble in having to come back. But, I said nothing.
After paying, I jumped back into my truck to head home – and couldn’t believe it: I now had a crack down the middle of my windshield. I had had three chips for some time - each for at least a year – from driving on highways and road trips. There were, however, no cracks. Now, however, I have an eight inch crack down the middle of the windshield. I told and showed my maintenance point person, Allen. He talked to his manager and came back saying it would cost $700 to replace it “at cost” – a “deal” he said was granted as an “exception to the rule” by the dealership’s manager. I asked to speak to the manager, laid out the entire situation as I have above, and the manager said, “The crack isn’t our fault –it would’ve happened to you sooner or later anyway, so we won’t cover these expenses. In fact, I’m going to lose money on fixing it at $700.”
What a horrible way to treat a customer. For a routine service on a car that had no issues, I ended up with a car with a check engine light, a key fob that didn’t work and a cracked windshield – and already out $2,100. Now, the dealership wants an additional $700 to fix the windshield they cracked? No way. Horible rating for a horible experience.