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most impressed with the mechanic that talked myself and
most impressed with the mechanic that talked myself and my son thru what repairs were needed and why for my vehicle- I will definitely be back. thank you Daryll-
A+ from Top to Bottom
I bought a new 2017 from Gaddis. The salesman was very friendly and knowledgeable. Lots of oil changes, one programing recall and only one door service have earned them an A+ in my book! Recently I had an unusual service problem caused by a third party tire dealer. The owner, Steve Gaddis, was very fair in determining the cost to me and the mechanic even worked through his lunch to help me out. Great dealership!
Very good experience at the dealership since the time I purchased the truck. I bought new tires and the parts manager made the transaction very smooth and painless!
Great experience, Steve Gaddis and staff are awesome!
Great experience, Steve Gaddis and staff are awesome! We now own two Jeeps, both from Gaddis!!
GADDIS makes it easy
Smooth transaction. Simple, honest and straight forward. Truly a pleasure. I have purchased several vehicles from GADDIS and will purchase more in the future. Highly recommend.
Excellent service department. Only place I will have my car serviced. Fast and friendly techs. No sales pressure just honest people. Steve and his employees are the best.
Great service and attention .
Great service and attention . I have leased and purchased vehicles here for the past 20 years .
Exceptional service, knowledgeable friendly staff, great
Exceptional service, knowledgeable friendly staff, great price on oil change. My go to place for servicing my Jeep.
Gaddis is always good at servicing my vehicles.
Gaddis is always good at servicing my vehicles. I'm very happy with the service.
You want how much?
Asking $51k on a 2018 Wrangler Sport with 32,000 miles that had an MSRP of $41k. Talk about a rip-off. That's a hard pass from me and I'll do my Wrangler shopping elsewhere. Original window sticker can be found on the CarFax report, so you can see how ridiculous these prices are. Don't buy them, eventually they'll have to lower to something more reasonable. Or better yet, if you can wait, just order one. You can get a Sahara for the price of a 3 year old Sport. Assuming, of course, they don't tack on a "market adjustment". Good luck with that too, I guess.