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Old 05-26-2013, 01:27 PM   #52
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I've found that performance oriented Dealerships are generally better.
Both of the Dealers I've had good experience with actually had crate engines in stock and on display (a 502, ZL1 and LSA).
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Old 05-26-2013, 06:16 PM   #53
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So reading through this thread and updating the OP, I've come to realize that having people just post the name of a dealership/stealership isn't really enough. So I'm asking that the members whom I've quoted below - please repost with the back story to your dealership/stealership.

Understand it's nothing personal, I'm just trying to keep/prevent this list from being abused (if that makes sense).

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Stealerships in Phoenix: Courtesy, Midway, Power (on Bell)

Dealerships: Gateway and Vans
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Dealership - miami florida. Grand prize chevy
Stealership - autonation chevy ( any of them there are 3 in miami )
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Dealership: David mc David Honda, grapevine ford

Stealership: moritz Chevy, Vandergriff Honda, Toyota Irving


All in Dfw, tx area
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Stealership: NY dealers

East Hills Chevy
Crazy Freddy's Motorsports

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Chevy of Huntington.
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Dealership - Richard Chevy - Cheshire, CT
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Dealership, Chevrolet of Jersey City.
Will Howard is a great sales associate
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stealership capitol chevy salem Oregon
Dealership ron tonkin chevy Portland Oregon
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Dealerships
DFW-Bruce Lowrie Chevrolet
DFW-Classic Chevrolet
Lake Charles, LA-Billy Navarre


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DFW-Bankston Chevrolet (Autonation)
DFW-Moritz Chevrolet

Sent from the fast lane!
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British Columbia

Good: Dueck on Marine, Vancouver
Good: Don Folk Kelowna

Bad: Bannisters in Vernon and Salmon Arm
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Good dealer- Shepperds Chevrolet- Rochester, Indiana
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Pennsylvania

Bad Dealership - Chapman Chevrolet (Philadelphia)

Good Dealerships

Del Chevrolet (Paoli)
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Dealership: Lassen Chevy, Albany OR

Stealership: Alan Webb Chevy, Vancouver WA
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Old 05-26-2013, 06:16 PM   #54
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Ray Chevrolet in Fox Lake, IL. Good prices on the cars, but go with cash.
Will low ball on the trade in and will not give competitive rates on the loan so make sure you go prequalified with your own company. I told them what other dealers were offering in trade, from 3K to 3.8K and my credit union was prequalified for 2.9%.

1. Offered $1000.00 on trade of a 2006 Chrysler 300.
2. "Best" interest rate they could come up with us 5.5% and pressured to get the loan from them.
3. As I demanded my keys back after getting tired of asking for them, heard the sales manager as the salesman if he should have offered me $3000.00 on the trade.

By the time I got home, about two hour drive, they offered 3800 on the trade and requested I come back out.

Turned it down and ended up with my sweet 2LT a few days later from a local dealer.
Soooo - is this a dealership or a stealership?
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Old 05-26-2013, 07:20 PM   #55
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Soooo - is this a dealership or a stealership?
Sorry. With the way they lowballed and then pushed for only financing through them, stealership. Anyone that did not do enough work up front could get hosed by them.
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Old 05-26-2013, 08:18 PM   #56
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Old 05-26-2013, 08:30 PM   #57
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Stig the link for Fox Chevy Baltimore is wrong. The Baltimore and Timonium ones are different.
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Old 05-26-2013, 08:46 PM   #58
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So reading through this thread and updating the OP, I've come to realize that having people just post the name of a dealership/stealership isn't really enough. So I'm asking that the members whom I've quoted below - please repost with the back story to your dealership/stealership.

Understand it's nothing personal, I'm just trying to keep/prevent this list from being abused (if that makes sense).
Courtesy...lied during the purchase, lied during subsequent visits, treats customers like they are fools, and lie at the service drive.

Midway...lies about everything

Power on Bell road..just have no idea what they are selling, and the salesmen stand around talking to each other instead on taking care of customers.

Gateway. Honest people and customers like them

Vans...good reputation in Phoenix in all areas.

Coulter Caddy..great service department
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Old 05-26-2013, 08:53 PM   #59
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So reading through this thread and updating the OP, I've come to realize that having people just post the name of a dealership/stealership isn't really enough. So I'm asking that the members whom I've quoted below - please repost with the back story to your dealership/stealership.

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Shepperds Chevrolet, Rochester Indiana

They will make a deal and work with you. Walked out with a fully loaded 2SS for 37500
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Old 05-26-2013, 09:01 PM   #60
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Stingray Chevrolet - Plant City, FL: awesome dealership that has taken care of warranty issues I had with my wife's '13 Camaro SS/RS that the original selling dealership would not. RATING: A+

Ferman Chevrolet - Tarpon Springs, FL: would NEVER buy much less have them service my vehicle. Absolutely hate this dealership for they have the worst customer service I have ever seen. RATING: F
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Old 05-26-2013, 09:33 PM   #61
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Old 05-26-2013, 10:13 PM   #62
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Bankston Chevy woudn't deal at all and wanted about 2.5k over MSRP for the car I wanted. On top of it they were trying to low ball me on my trade in by about 2.5k saying something about they couldn't warranty the car because it had rims that weren't factory even though the rims were on it from the original dealership with the factory warranty. I told them this and they said to bad. Overall they made me feel like I was bothering them by being there so I left.

Moritz Chevy I had several issues with their Maint dept trying to charge me for warranty work and when I took my girl there to look at cars the salesman was very pushy and lied about numerous things about the cars and financing options that would be available. I just let the guy talk while I listened to him try to BS us then we left.

This applies to all so no need to list it three times.

http://www.classicchevrolet.com/
http://www.brucelowriechevrolet.com/
http://www.billynavarreauto.com/

All three made me feel at home answered all my questions and were truthful to me even if it wasn't what I wanted to hear. They definitely made it apparent they wanted my buisness and were willing to work with me to get it. I have no bad things to say about any of them.
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Old 05-26-2013, 10:18 PM   #63
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Old 05-26-2013, 10:21 PM   #64
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dealership, wooodbridge va: Lindsay Chevrolet

easiest, most no hassle car purchase I've ever made. never pushed or twisted my arm into anything. If I said no to something, they moved on. when they couldn't find the second key made arrangements for me to get another one before I even drove off the lot. I didn't have to twist arms about it. didn't even have to ask. they told me it was lost and then told me how it would be corrected.
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Old 05-26-2013, 10:23 PM   #65
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Dealership - Steve's Chevrolet in Chowchilla
Stealership - Hendrick's Chevrolet in Clovis
Stealership - Tracy Chevrolet in Tracy
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Old 05-26-2013, 11:42 PM   #66
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Ballweg Chevrolet in Middleton, WI. Top seller of chevys in the Midwest
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Old 05-27-2013, 12:25 AM   #67
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There should be 3 fox dealers listed in Maryland. One in laurel, one Baltimore, one Timonium. My review was for Timonium while another poster commented on behalf of laurel and bmore.
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Old 05-27-2013, 01:02 AM   #68
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yeah...ummm....so how do the dealerships get rated?if someone has a bad interaction then the name is posted in red here?what if the customer had totally unrealistic expectations?or wanted something for free and didn't get it,so they got pissed?or they screwed something up and tried to get the dealership to cover it?

this list is just a bad idea all around.
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