ReScore Reviews™ (5)
RCW 46.37.500 states, "Vehicles must have bumpers or mud flaps that extend to the middle of the rear axle, which would prevent rocks from being thrown rear-ward." Truck I was sold did not comply, unbenounced to me prior to my being stopped.
Spoke to the dealer, was told where to go to make the truck legal to drive. Cost is on me!
So..........if you want a vehicle that is legal to drive on state roads, go elsewhere.
On a road trip across the North Cascades a few days later, the car spills most of the engine coolant. Barely made it back home.
Three hundred miles after picking up the car from the dealership, the engine has zero coolant left in it. I have zero faith left in Fiat and in the dealership, but have to schedule another visit.
Greasy fingerprints left all over my driver's door handle.
They said that they would bring in a vendor to try and touch it up so hopefully I would not be able to see it. WOW.. New vehicle.. Touch up instead of replacement for a new vehicle. WOW.... They were wonderful while I was buying the vehicle. Take warning..
Wife picked up the keys since I wouldn't be home until later, and we went and got it after I got home from work. Problems are listed below...
1. They did the oil change and the 3 recalls as agreed. This was the only part right.
2. No fuel filter was changed.
3. The tires didn't get rotated.
4. The truck wasn't washed.
If you are wheelchair bound like I was at the time I had to go across 2 parking lots and into the Nissan dealership restroom to use the mans restroom!!!! I’m a woman.
Horrible disrespectful experience
I'm sorry you had this experience. We don't have a ramp to our bathrooms at the Dodge store, because they are on ground level. The access to the bathroom at our Nissan store has a ramp that takes you right up to the womens restroom on the showroom, you'd have to go past the womens room to go to the mens restroom. Sounds like there is some confusion here.
Please let myself or any of the advisors know if we can provide you with any extra accommodations next time you are in.
Overall, I usually wait until I'm on the road somewhere and visit other Jeep Dealer's Express Oil change lanes, which this place does not have, and get my service there. It's when I'm strapped for time that I use this place since, unfortunately, it's the closest dealer.