Best dealership in the Valley - Dealer rating
Caleb Agnew and the rest of the people at Bob Robinson were very easy to deal with and I will buy all of my cars there.
Great service - customer
Great service, appreciate the care and service I receive, especially the driver. Darrell who picks up and returns my car in great shape. Hope to deal with them in the future0
Excellent Dealership - JC
I bought my Toyota from Opequon Motors approximately 2 years ago. Mr. Jeremy Adkins was the Sales Pro that assisted me on the day that I bought my car. I was surprised at how quickly and smoothly the process was with his help. Overall, I had a very good experience and would recommend Opequon Motors to any and everybody.
Service - Jeanette Barker
Great customer services, Pete, my service manager is prompt, honest and explains any issues I may have.
My mechanic is the best. I have went to Mosses for 15 years. Those guys are great!
RUN from this dealership. Like NOW!!! - Lori(Smith)Coen
Special ordered my car there. While driving at approx 55 miles per hour the hood flew up and hit windshield causing me to wreck. Turns out there was an open recall on hood latch and I was never notified, in fact there were 4 recalls on the car I was never notified about. Nissan agreed to fix car. They did sub-standard work and did not fix all the damage. Picked up car after them having it for 3 weeks and it didn't run right and had horrible smell coming from engine. I called dealership and they had it towed back. I didn't hear from them for a few days and became concerned. I phoned them and they stated that there was "a little mishap with my car". What does that even mean? Turns out when the technician took the car out to try and diagnose the problem, a part they installed came off the car and by the time he was able to get off the road some parts on the car were destroyed. The gentlemen who I was on the phone with stated "If we had installed it correctly the first time this wouldn't have happened". So he states they must order some replacement parts. Now were at almost a month of me not having my car. Finally he calls and says my car is ready. I go to dealership to pick it up and find out oops sorry it's not ready after all. When I finally do get it back they had the nerve to CHARGE ME FOR THE LABOR ON THEIR MISTAKE. And wait it gets even better. One of their ridiculous technicians says to me "you know lady if you would keep up with your recalls this stuff wouldn't happen". Priceless. Me and my daughter could have died in that accident because Nissan never notified us of a recall. But yet they can notify me when there's a special going on. I had the car one week and was driving down the interstate and a part just flies off the bottom of my car. I had to play frogger to run across the highway and pick it up. Thank goodness it didn't hit the car behind me or cause an accident. Called Nissan Consumer affairs and told them the whole story. The gentlemen from Consumer Affairs said he was so embarrassed to say he worked for Nissan after hearing about our accident and experience with the body shop and service department. Then he proceeds to tell me that according to their records, Wharton's did not fix the other open recalls on the car while they had it for almost a month. Don't you think that if you had a customer who almost died in an auto accident because of your faulty product you would make DARN sure that car was completely safe before you gave it back to the customer. Guess our lives are insignificant to Wharton's and Nissan. The regional manager contacted me and asked what they could do to make things right. I told him that all i wanted was my car fixed properly, all the recalls fixed, my money refunded for the labor, and perhaps a simple "Geez we're sorry". His response-"Have a nice day", click. I wouldn't buy a ball point pen from Nissan or Wharton's. Treat people right. Its really that simple. Do not walk from this dealership, RUN RUN RUN! My car is now at another shop getting repaired, I literally had 2 parts in my trunk that have fallen off the car. Down right embarassing.