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Purchase of 2016 E350 4 Matic - trishpatino09
Could not be happier with our experience at Sears Auto. We had stopped by quite a few months before our purchase. I expected to be hounded like other dealerships (ie... phone calls, emails etc...)
However, our salesperson Brian was terrific. He contacted us once after the initial visit by phone, and emailed to say thank you for stopping in," if you need me I'm here" When we were ready to buy, he was right there helping us decide what was a best fit for us, answered all our questions and was very patient.
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Feldman's was great - schwennnoelle
I went in looking for a test drive and a few days later was in a new car. Chas was very knowledgeable and friendly. I decided to lease for now and I wasn't treated any different. This was my first time purchasing a new car. I am so glad I went to Feldman's. They were very accommodating. Jor was great. She got my paperwork done quickly and even threw in a few extras. 😁 I had my husband and my toddler with me and we were all very excited to drive away in the new car. Chas even put a bow on the car for us. Nice touch. Thanks Feldman's for making my first experience great.
Unprofessional - rjnew
After doing a lot of research online I selected a couple of vehicles that I wanted to test drive. I found a specific car that met my search criteria in Rochester, which is two hours from my home. I called on a Saturday to confirm the availability of the vehicle and spoke with Patrick Natoli. We made an appointment to conduct the test drive at 11:00 the following Monday morning.
After driving two hours through a mix of snow/freezing rain I arrived at Mercedes Benz of Rochester and asked for Patrick at the receptionist. I was pointed to his area and headed in that direction. When I arrived at his desk, Patrick had forgotten of our appointment. However, I noticed my name and phone number on a scrap of paper on his desk, pointed to it and said, "That is me." Things went downhill from there.
When I reminded him of our conversation and the specific reason for my trip to Rochester, he stalled for time. In the course his scrambling we talked about what I did for a living (finance professor now, institutional money manager before that). He told me he wanted to "pick my brain on ways to make money in cannabis stocks". This was not a discussion I wanted to have, even under better circumstances; I was also once a Marine infantry officer. To try to get us back on task I said, "I am not going to be much help to you there. My stance on that issue is on the opposite side of current public opinion. I haven't invested in those stocks."
He finally got the inventory up on his computer only to find that the specific vehicle that I had driven down to see was unavailable. I am still not clear why the car was missing, several different stories were told. Patrick then got up from his desk and disappeared for about five minutes without explaining his departure. I thought about leaving at this point, but having already spent two hours, I set my mind on trying to salvage something of value from this meeting.
Patrick returned with a key and said "This one is pretty close to the one you were looking at, take it for a spin. I can't go with you. We are short staff." Since I was unfamiliar with the area I asked for a brief map reconnaissance and headed out.
At this point the trip finally paid dividends. The car drove like a marshmallow. When I attempted to use the different controls for navigation, sound system, etc., I found the user interface to be illogical and poorly conceived. This is an opinion that reviewers at Edmunds and Consumer Reports happen to share It was so bad that I stopped in the parking lot of the movie theater near the dealership to work through the problem. As a guy who has done some database programming, invested in early stage haptic technology companies and as a member of Mensa, it is my considered opinion that the control system in Mercedes-Benz vehicles is one of the dumbest configurations that mankind has ever produced. OK, that is a bit of hyperbole, but only a little. There are two input devices and they serve partially redundant purposes. The hierarchy of commands does not follow logically. I predict that there will be an overhaul and redesign of this disaster in the next couple years.
Having satisfied myself with the poor quality of the ride and badly designed UI, I drove back to the dealership. When I returned, Patrick asked me for my thoughts. I told him that the ride was soft, the control devices were not intuitive. and that I was pretty sure I did not want to buy a Mercedes. He made a brief attempt to counter my arguments which I did not find persuasive. As I made my way to the door he joked about my four hour round trip.
I bought a BMW yesterday.
To me they seem to be a little pricey, but you can relay... - 🦅Vicking
To me they seem to be a little pricey, but you can relay on their work along with the quality of it... I’ve had a lot of repair work done here and always satisfied with it. 🤠
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