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Great overall Experience
Hands down for my first vehicle purchased from a dealer the best place to go, I had Zack Smith and Jason Kirby and they were great and they helped me through the whole process in a very timely manner and got me into the truck that I wanted and with every feature I wanted. If you're looking for a new or even used vehicle Progressive Chevy is the way to go you won't be disappointed!
It was a pleasure to read about your first buying experience working with Zack and Jason. Congratulations on your newly purchased vehicle! Our top priority is delivering informative service at an efficient pace, without making our guests feel rushed or pressured in any way. It's delightful to know that we were able to provide you with such a memorable and pleasant experience. Thank you for taking the time to write this outstanding review. We look forward to seeing you again in the future! The Progressive Chevrolet Team
Eric took care of all my service needs. Everything was done in a timely manner.
We appreciate you for letting others know about your experience! If you ever need anything in the future, please don't hesitate to let us know. Take care! The Progressive Chevrolet Team
Unbelievable. In a good way! That’s the word that best describes the sales management team at Progressive Chevrolet. Last night I saw a commercial from them advertising $5000 for any trade on any certified used vehicle. I went to the website and checked inventory to see if they had anything of interest and found a 2019 GMC Acadia. Low mileage, low price, good shape, so I signed up. Next morning started with a text message from a sales rep and after a couple preliminary questions, I decided I would take a drive, one and a half hours away, to buy a car. I also needed a couple additional hours to clear out the work van that I was trading, so I decided to forfeit a day’s pay from work. I asked pointed questions and was reassured by text message that the car was still available and that I would be getting $5000 for my trade which was worth about 1/10th of that, scrap metal and a new set of tires. Upon arriving there were a number of things that raised flags, starting with that the person who came to help me was different from who I had been communicating with. He then proceeded to go through the checklist for trading in a vehicle, and in the back of my mind I was wondering why he was going through all that when he was going to give me $5000 and scrap the van anyway. Flag #2. He went out to bring up the Acadia and I caught him as he parked it outside the showroom, and asked straight up if I was getting the $5K for the van. His response was that that program was only on ‘certified’ vehicles and the Acadia was not one of them. I said it was last night and then showed him the text from his associate that confirmed it. Flag #3. A short debate and he went to get his manager. A longer debate intertwined with his possibly convincing argument and I decided this was all the old bait and switch game and a waste of time, time that I really could not afford to waste. The manager realizing my frustration, offered to fill up my gas tank and instructed the salesman to accompany me to do so, and afterwards headed out. I got about halfway home, maybe 45 minutes out, with thoughts of false advertising, my lawyer daughter, and the state attorney general rumbling through the front of my head, while the financial loss for the day lingered in the back, I get a call from the head manager of the sales department, who said they had looked further into the problem and discovered that it was a typing error by a third party unassociated with the dealership that produced the “Certified” heading. I thought he was simply calling to provide additional explanation and leave it at that. I answered that I lost a days’ work, did all my due diligence so I wouldn’t get into this situation and here we were. Surprisingly, he asked me what I would like to see, to have this resolved. My response was that I came down there completely prepared to buy a car, at the advertised price and get $5K for my trade. He responded by offering $3500. That got my interest and after a little back and forth, agreed on a slightly higher number, compensating me for the new tires that I wanted to replace with junk before I turned the van over, and that barring anything detrimental on the Acadia, we had a deal. I continued home thinking I would go back Monday to close the deal because we had dinner plans with another couple that evening. As we were walking into the restaurant, my phone rings. I answer It and to my surprise, it’s the general manager again. My first thought was that they were backing out of the agreement. He started, “We have been talking about this situation with the owners, trying to sort out what happened as far as the misrepresentation in the advertising and they decided to offer the entire $5000 as advertised.” Wait; What??? Say that again! So he did. I couldn’t believe it. I stammered my way, dumbfounded, through the rest of the conversation and assured him that I would be back the next day, which I did, completed the deal, picked up my Acadia, and as an unexpected bonus, got several free oil changes and warranty stuff unexpectedly. Unfortunately, I couldn’t use the oil changes because it doesn’t make sense to drive three hours for that. So for anybody that might be thinking that all car dealers are the same and routinely practice bait and switch tactics, I can unequivocally state that PROGRESSIVE CHEVY is not one of those. Also, a little preemptive preparation doesn’t hurt.
Adding up to $10k on top of MSRP due to supply situation
Adding up to $10k on top of MSRP due to supply situation tells me they don't care about their customers. Taking advantage of your customers is not a good look.
My SUV. They helped when I needed it.
I had a small problem and they got it taken care of right away.
Thank you for leaving us this great review! We are very happy to hear that we could be so helpful during your recent visit with us. We look forward to seeing you back again in the future. Take care! The Progressive Chevrolet Team
Worked with Kelly Emch for an inquiry of their 2019
Worked with Kelly Emch for an inquiry of their 2019 Silverado. This salesperson was not helpful at all. I’m an out of state buyer and wanted to see pictures of the undercarriage for rust. She stated that it goes through 110 point inspection etc and would cost the dealership money to get me those pictures. She then said she spoke to a manager about my request and he/she warranted that it was not necessary. Are you kidding me!? It was a simple request to send me pictures of the undercarriage and this couldn’t be done. What a joke of customer service and I can see why they have low ratings. They’re not helpful at all and Kelly is horrible at her job. What a mess!
I visited with Progressive Chervrolet with interest in a
I visited with Progressive Chervrolet with interest in a vehicle listed as Certified Pre Owned on the dealership website. Along with the listing was an offer for $5,000 for any trade in with the purchase of a certified pre owned vehicle. When I arrived the vehicle was still advertised as such, was in stock, and the most recent entry on the car fax stated "offered for sale as certified pre owned." However the dealership refused to sell the vehicle as advertised and give the trade in price, stating there was a "glitch" made by their IT department. Although the website and the carfax both list it as certified pre owned the dealer would not sell it that way. In fact today (over 24 hours later) the vehicle is still currently advertised as certified pre-owned on the website. This is, by definition, false advertisement. I don't have time to search advertisements and then research the claims to see if they might actually be computer glitches. As a result I strongly encourage everyone to distrust anything advertised by this dealership. At best, this is a simple demonstration of incompetence - at worst, this is bait and switch false advertisement.
I recently purchased a vehicle here and was ready to pay...
I recently purchased a vehicle here and was ready to pay cash in full, but the salesman wanted to finance. I said I could either right a personal check, he said he would not accept, so I said I would get a Bank check, again he wanted to finance. So now I have to pay through a bank with fees totaling almost $4700 on top of the principle. I did NOT to finance because I had the cash to pay and did NOT want to go through a bank and have payments. I will NEVER purchase from Progressive Chevrolet again and will tell anyone interested in buy a vehicle to go elsewhere. And I will be filing a complaint with the BBB. This is total BS for a dealership to this to a customer.
Most unprofessional dealership I've ever seen. After...
Most unprofessional dealership I've ever seen. After building a truck on the GM website Progressive Chevrolet had my perfect match. After speaking with them and many text's later I thought we had a deal. I drove an hour and a half to get my dream truck. Upon arrival they gave me some Ridiculous low ball offer for my trade and would not honor my well earned GM discount. That being said I would advise everyone to take your hard earned money somewhere else.
Bre Curtis assisted my husband and I in purchasing a...
Bre Curtis assisted my husband and I in purchasing a silver 2020 GMC Terrain. She was knowledgeable, kind, helpful and funny, an absolute pleasure to deal with! I was nervous going to the dealership ( I do not like sales pressure) but she was so kind and down to earth that she actually made buying a car fun! If you are in the market to buy a car please go to Progressive Chevrolet and ask for Bre!