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Extremely disappointed. Bought my daughter a service plan... - Chris
Extremely disappointed. Bought my daughter a service plan when we purchased her Elantra. Twice now they have charged her for oil changes. Also tried to get her to purchase new brakes and rotors for a car that has less than 19,000 miles on it. Taking advantage of a 25 year old girl. No confidence or trust. Trying to get the service plan refunded.
My experience at nissan’s service was incredible and it’s... - Ce90508
My experience at nissan’s service was incredible and it’s all thanks to jerry dowell, you all need to give that man a raise , so polite, very understanding & helpful.
Harry Green refuse to do waranty work. - Joehunt
I bought a new chevy colorado in September. It broke down while driving to work. I called chevy roadside assistance, and they sent me too Harry Greens. From the moment the tow truck driver told me where he was taking it, I knew this was going to be big problems. I went with the tow truck drive to drop it off and talked with thw service assistant. He told me that they needed to diagnose the problem before I can get a loaner, which at the time was fine. I asked how long it would take, and he told me a few hours. I dropped the vechile off at 830 am, at 330 i hadnt heard anything, so i stopped by on the way to pic up my wife. My truck was still setting in the spot the tow truck driver left it.
I go it the service department to see what going on, and Rob Gallo rudely tells me that they will get to it when ever they can get too it, then refuses to talk to me. I couldnt get any of the other service people to talk to me either. The whole staff was very unhelpful.
The next day I call a few times, and noone will talk to me, so I have someone drop me off at lunch, and asked to see the manager. The service manager is on vacation so I talk to the general manager, Frank Smith. Frank then proceeds to tell me that my truck isnt a priority for them since I didnt buy it at Harry Greens and that if I wanted service from them then i should buy it here next time. He then told me that if I wanted my truck fixed, then i should contact Midstate Chevrolet where I bought my truck. Aftet a few choice words I left.
I called Midstate on the way back to work, and they sent a tow truck to Harry Greens picked it and brought me a loaner vechile that day.
What happened in this situation was absurd. On all the ads for Chevy you here about how good Chevy Service is. It shouldnt matter what dealership you buy your vechile from, you should get the same service every at every dealership. Frank Smith was right about one thing, I should have just went to Midstate. When I was looking for me truck I called Harry Green to see if they would get it for me. They didnt have what I wanted on the lot, and wouldnt go get what I wanted from another dealership. I called Midstate, and they not only found me exactly what I was looking for, but they drove 5 hours one way, worked out the whole deal over the phone, and had it too me the next day at a cheaper price.
Like I told the general manager at Harry Green, its a difference in attitude from the top,down. Midstate wants to help me, Harry Green wants to be xxxxxxxx! Im not sure how Frank Smith thinks that treating customers like xxxx wpuld make them want to buy a vechile from them.
Midstate went to Harry Greens, got it to their service department, and an hour later had the problem identified. And they gave me a brand new colorado to drive while they work on it.
Excellent service. - bever.julian
Nice area to relax while waiting on your vehicle. Staff was amazing with our 3 year old. Even brought her a snack. Great quick service!
Service Dept, to a total Rip off ! - GOODGUY50
This place will never get another penny from me... I guess they feel that the 58.00 service charge for nothing is worth losing a good customer. Beware of the service Dept. I would drive a hundred miles to avoid this place.... Hopefully the place will fold soon....
On our return from Louisville Kentucky to eastern... - JFriesner
On our return from Louisville Kentucky to eastern Pennsylvania, we had the misfortune to have engine trouble near Charleston West Virginia on Memorial Day. I researched several Nissan dealerships in the area and found Love Nissan to be closest to where we stopped for the day. I took the car to them first thing the next day, with no prior appointment. Staff was friendly and courteous and showed me to the waiting area. Within half an hour the service staff came and gave me the bad/good news. Bad news, it was the transmission. Good news, it was covered under the Nissan CVT extended warranty. Love Nissan had already arranged for a free rental car and they rental company was on its way to pick me up.
Communication from Love Nissan service was great. They received the transmission the next day (Wednesday) and kept me advised, and by the end of the day on Thursday it was installed and the car was available for pick up. I was not able to leave until late Friday for pick up on Saturday in the AM. Service is not open on Saturday, but they made arrangements for me to pick up the vehicle from the sales staff, who were also very helpful. No extra costs occurred, just a job well done.
We are very grateful to Ms. Wiley and the staff of Love Nissan for taking care of this issue as professionally and fast as they did, and would not hesitate to recommend them to others who need assistance far from home or locally.
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.