Best Honda dealer in town - 15CR-Vfamily
Chris, my service writer was honest and friendly. I just wish the technicians could fix some of the ongoing issues this car has always had. The problems are more with the CR-V, but still we’ve been there enough times for the same complaints, I think the dealer should have just replaced the items by now.
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Got exactly what I wanted - waytoomuch worktowriteareview123
Angela reached out to me and made it so I could get the vehicle I wanted. She was always easy to get in touch with and made the whole experience a breeze.
Good purchase experience - mert1932
The purchase was complicated by difficulty with my paper work. All of the people involved were as patient as anyone could have wished and were anxious and willing to help in any way they could. I don't think I would have handled it better myself. M. W.
My search is over!!! - Showme
Larry Meskimen found me the Jeep I was looking for. I've been searching for months and Larry came through with flying colors. He and Caitlin also found me better financing than my own hometown bank. They both are excellent!! I wish I could post a picture
Typical small town dealership, they don't want to deal. - Frugal_Shave
I have tried twice to purchase a new Honda from Hanson, now Melloy Honda.
Both experiences were pretty much the same. They are such a small dealership they don't even have the car I want in the correct trim level, much less color. But you cannot really blame them for that. They should be able to trade the car from another dealership.
I contacted them via the internet and let them know that I am looking to purchase a new Honda. They will be competing for my business with dealerships in Phoenix and Denver. We have family to visit in both. I include a screenshot of the preliminary pricing (Well below invoice in both cases.) I have already received from several of those dealerships.
Both times they get back to me, hours or a day later, with an offer of MSRP on the car I want. I already have a deal secured within 2 hours from a dealership or two in Phoenix.
The first time I let it go there.
This time around is a bit different. The dealership was just purchased by my friend and neighbor across the street. So I really want to purchase from him if I can.
So I email back and ask if they really thought that I wanted an MSRP deal when I already showed them what the competition is doing.
They came back eventually (25 hrs later) asking if I would take an Invoice deal ($491 discount)
I explained that I already had a deal and gave them the numbers.
The next day I get a matching quote, if I will take one of the cars on the lot. But since red automatic are the only non-negotiable items those will unfortunately not work.
In the end, they did try very hard to keep me but they just didn't have the car.
My reason for a 3 star review is that, they did not listen or believe me when I told them what other dealerships were offering. They could have saved everyone a bunch of time and energy if they had.
Email communication with them was many times very slow compared to everyone else.
All in all it seems that they are ill equipped to do internet sales. Like they are 15 years behind the car sale trends.
God Aweful Experience - Ruidosobuyer
We received a call from dealership: price, auto and trade in all in agreement We traveled 70 miles spent 5 hours there waiting. We were taken into room with finance person , door was shut. Then we were pressured for 2 hours to purchase extended warranty. In order to get out of room, we agreed. 5 hours for a quick deal. This is new auto, why? You will be sorry if you deal with Jack Key.
Don't piss on me and call it rain - Keith
I was lied to after coaf had approved my financing. Now y'all have put more than 6 hard inquiries on my credit. So that you made sure the interest was too high. Joe Salazar is a liar and he should not be in the position he's in. You can take your b2b warranty as the xxxxing joke it is you need to quit screwing people over I hope you all read this and xxxxing go to jail what happened to me at this dealership is criminal. And I am looking into pursuing. That aspect of it. I got a letter from loaf saying I was accepted at a much lower rate than the one I got. Your dealership sucks.
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