#1 Jeep Dealership in California!
Orange County Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM serving Huntington Beach, Los Angeles, Long Beach, Riverside, Garden Grove
- All of Southern California!
ONLINE We have an excellent internet sales staff with many years of experience satisfying our Orange County customers' needs. Our online inventory is updated daily! We have become the leader in online new 2012 - 2013 Chrysler Dodge Jeep & Ram Trucks in Huntington Beach as well as used car sales in the Southern California Market.
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by Chuck S.
This place is fantastic! Drive as far as you need to if you are buying a Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge or Ram. (I drove 35 miles). I have been purchasing or leasing new cars since 1987 ... probably more than a dozen different cars by now - Nissan, Acura, Mercedes, BMW, Jeep, and Audi, etc. Huntington Beach Chrysler Jeep was BY FAR the MOST satisfying experience and easiest transaction ever! I actually enjoyed the two hours, which I never thought I would ever say about buying a car. I will say I was skeptical about the adverstised no-haggle price becase it was soooo low, and other Dodge dealers told me it was a "scam." But it was NOT! I paid the adverstised price which well below the best price I could negotiate anywhere else. Ron Williams (Sales) and Art Ransom (Leasing Manager) were honest, pleasant, knowledgeable and professional at all times. You guys run a first-class operation - congratulations to Rich Sorensen and all of the management. I would recommend this dealership to all my friends and anyone who is buying a car. Fantastic day! Oh yeah, LOVE my 2013 Dodge Charger too - it is awesome! Btw, from what I can see about the people who have posted negative reviews, it looks like they are either (a) first-time car buyers who lack experience with process and won't feel the same way after they have been through it a few times and understand it better, (b) other buyers who have not done enough research yet to understand the market for the car and financing terms, or (c) buyers who are trying to stretch financially into cars they really can't afford (which is okay to try to do, but be professional understand that when the dealership says "no" it's not "shady," it's just that you don't meet the bank's underwriting guideliness and you should buy a less expensive car, for now.) After reading this, I see it looks like I work for a car dealer or have a relative at Huntington Beach, but I swear to god - that's not true - I just buy a lot of cars and know what I am talking about