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This is the 2nd car that I've bought from this dealership... - jill_hall1
This is the 2nd car that I've bought from this dealership - great service! Tony, Omid and Kelly were great to work with and professional.
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Sam was my salesman. He was very polite & knowledgeable... - rinakris77
Sam was my salesman. He was very polite & knowledgeable about the cars. He was also very patient & took time to make sure I understood everything about my new car.
Check your bill closely - Repeater1
Wen into dealership for an oil change etc. Waited for the work to be done which took 30-45 minutes I would guess. Shortly they called me to the counter to say the work was completed. Total bill was $120 Only problem was I had a service contract so there should not have been a charge. Bill goes back out to the service manager to correct. When he came back with the revised bill he said he had hit the wrong button on the computer. Not sure I totally believe that. Have been dealing with Noller for almost 30 years and this is the first time I have ever had a problem with the bill.
I have hated buying a car in the past because it felt... - Elyssa
I have hated buying a car in the past because it felt like they always tried to bait and switch. This dealership offered the same price that was advertised on websites & seemed to care about being upfront about pricing & availability.
2006 Ford mustang with aftermarket supercharger and... - SadMan
2006 Ford mustang with aftermarket supercharger and upgraded fuel injectors. Runs perfectly fine...Always has. Dropped off at the Ford dealership for simple airbag recall. They called to tell me it would not start. $150 computer diagnosis of “rich fuel mixture“ = Laymans terms “you flooded it“. The mustang owners handbook has a great description on how to start a mustang with fuel injectors and how to disable fuel injectors by depressing the gas pedal when you accidentally flood it. I have never had that problem before that time; or since after picking it back up at the dealership. Not sure how they flooded it. Their assumption from the computer diagnosis was “leaky fuel injector.” Sounds awfully expensive. My diagnosis was to start it the way it is supposed to be started and drive it normally. Has worked fine ever since. Sorry guys. You blew that one. There was no problem to fix. Just learn how to start your own cars. Thanks for the pricey bill for a free airbag recall. Maybe let some of your old school mechanics do the diagnosis without the computer. Or just start the car without pumping the gas pedal like it is supposed to be started.
Sam is great! He treated us well and found us the perfect... - Ryan.emmitt
Sam is great! He treated us well and found us the perfect car for our family! He’ll treat you with respect and do absolutely everything he can to help you find your right car!
Efficient - bernie.stankus
Agent answered all questions in a very professional manner. Time spent test driving the auto was a good learning experience since the car had many bells and whistles that were new to me.
Great! - rmesa
Great! I have bought 4 cars from G&G and think it a great place to buy a Hyundai. This is my second Hyundai Santa Fe Sport and I love them. my old Santa Fe is going to my Daughter. Her family are so excited. Thanks.
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