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Old 06-03-2013, 01:39 PM   #142
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Fixed a door ding for free that required body work. Gave me a very nice car as a loaner while i was waiting and gave me 3 free oil changes. Heard from others that they do a good job too. I just moved here and was very happy with the service.

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Stealership- Hendrick Chevrolet in Cary, NC. I took my 2010 Camaro in after my suspension upgrades for a full alignment. No phone call to tell me the price, when I picked it up the bill was three hundred dollars!
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GOOD SERVICE: Ontario Motor Sales Oshawa, On, Canada. They are amazing, friendly, and always tell the truth.
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Also, the service has been excellent. I got there for an appointment, and they had a loaner ready for me. They got finished with the car early, and when I came back the "check out" process was zero-wait. Loved it.
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Jerry's Chevrolet in Parkville/Baltimore, MD. Put them in green.

Located a 10 minutes walk from my house, I've brought my car to them for service 4-5 times - usually for something quick or simple. They can usually take me in right on the spot and don't ask many questions about "why" the problems began.

Brought them in to fix my trunk release button after me and my buddy broke it while taking off the door panel and installing the AAC concept mirrors. I didn't tell them "how" it happened, they didn't ask, but they went ahead and fixed it anyways.

Brought it to them this morning because my locking mechanism on the door wasn't working properly, and they are working on it now. Granted, the mechanic was a grouchy old man, but the service coordinator (Suzy?) has always been super friendly and makes sure things get done.

Took my Yukon over there for an oil change and they wrote up a long list of expensive recommended fixes (basically replace all the hoses, the car has 110k miles) and it seemed expensive, but I've come to expect that from dealerships so I don't count it against them.

Never purchased a vehicle here, so no experience on that end.
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