15 Georgia Pontiac Dealers
Mister Ed Daniels of Daniels Chevrolet can’t be beat! - Lakeishasherrod
Mister Ed Daniels of Daniels Chevrolet can’t be beat! This man went above and beyond until we found the right car for our daughter. He is kind and helpful in every way needed. K. Sherrod
Bellamy Strickland made my buying process quick and - derrikaragsdale85
Bellamy Strickland made my buying process quick and pleasant. Mr. Barron's fun, professional approach made my decision easy. After over a stressful month-long search for a vehicle, I ended up in a Chevy Equinox, which I am loving driving! They were able to see me after a long day of working and were very patient in my decision-making process. I recommend this dealership for their selection of vehicles and great staff.
Buying a new truck from Woody Folsom was the worst... - Jeffrey Arnold
Buying a new truck from Woody Folsom was the worst decision I have made in a long time. They refused to honor my warranty, which resulted in a wreck that could have killed my wife and cost me over $20,000 for repairs to my truck.
My wife and I bought a new 2021 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 from Woody Folsom last year in Baxley, Georgia. Within days, I noticed that the new Michelin tires on the truck were vibrating violently. I took it to Spence Chevrolet in Thomasville, which was much closer than Baxley to my job as a plantation manager. Spence ran a standard ‘lateral runout test” on all 4 tires and determined that 3 of the 4 were defective and could not be balanced. Two of the tires were in the “Red” zone and one was in the “Yellow” zone. One tire tested out at 66 lbs., twice the acceptable limit. The service manager at Spence sent the written test results to Woody Folsom together with a note saying the tires were defective, dangerous and should be replaced immediately.
When Woody Folsom sent a wrecker to take the truck back to Baxley, I assumed the tires would be replaced under my new tire warranty which provides coverage “against defects in material or workmanship under the bumper to bumper warranty coverage.” But when I picked up the truck, I found that Woody Folsom had simply rotated the tires and was refusing to do anything about them. The service manager told me, “These tires are good. Whoever told you they are bad doesn’t know what the xxxx they are talking about.”
Before I could replace the tires on my own, my wife was driving the truck on a clear, paved road when the most defective tire (66 lbs.) exploded, sending the truck into a ditch at approximately 45 mph. The wreck caused serious injury to my wife and damages in excess of $20,000 to the truck, including the replacement of a bent frame. I was without a truck for 4 months while trying to raise money for the repairs. There was no insurance for any of this. My wife is still undergoing treatment for her injuries.
After the accident, I researched online to a consumer website regarding the same tires that came on my truck. Several of the complaints involved unexplained blowouts of new Michelin tires, just like mine.
I would advise anyone not to buy a truck or car from Woody Folsom. They will not stand behind the sale or the new vehicle or new tire warranty. You may suffer like I have suffered.
My only option now is to file a lawsuit against Woody Folsom, General Motors and Michelin Tire Company.
Quick and Easy - AdamM
I live about 3 hours away from Hobson in Santa Rosa County, FL, but they had the vehicle I was looking for at a heck of a price. We worked everything out over text and email, I drove up there and got back on the road in a hurry. Even factoring in the drive time, it took less time than my last car purchase did in town.
They were able to get better financing than I could get using the lowest local credit union in my area, and handled the tax/tag/title flawlessly, too, which is not always best for out-of-state purchases. Next time I need to buy a car, I'm just going to send Bubba what I'm looking for and wait for him to find it.
My daughters Buick developed a check engine light issue. ... - mattstevens50
My daughters Buick developed a check engine light issue. Mr Corey and the service technicians diagnosed it and had the parts ordered and the repairs completed quickly, and inexpensiveley. Great job Steve and the Colonial Team.
I've bought 3 cars from there and I've been happy with... - glamgirl
I've bought 3 cars from there and I've been happy with them each time. The first 2 times I dealt with the same salesperson and the last one I dealt with a new person. Very friendly and professional. You're not just a #, you're actually treated like a REAL person. I love my Yukon Denali!!! I wouldn't trust any other greasy dealers in the area.
I bought a Nissan Sentra from Griner Pontiac/Nissan back... - unchienne
I bought a Nissan Sentra from Griner Pontiac/Nissan back in 1996. It was probably the best sales experience I've ever had. The salesman was courteous, the prices were low without having to spend hours negotiating, and he gave me the blue book price on my trade in without any hassles. When we left that parking lot, in no way did my family feel shafted. We paid a couple thousand under sticker, got a few thousand for our trade-in, didn't find any extra padding on the bill, and weren't scammed into buying useless protection plans or weak, but expensive, extended warranties. As close to a painless auto sales experience as I've ever had. Highly recommended.