Cleanliness was maintained during process. This was greatly appreciated.
Got a quote from Jon Corra for a new chevy Silverado crew cab z71 trail boss stock #268086 for $44064 great deal right . when I arrived they told me the... truck was 47something thousand and what a great deal it was. so when I asked about the email I had on my phone they said it was just for the beginning of the month special. After going home and looking at the email more closely it said rebaits good till 7-31-2019 emailed Mike Becket sails manager he told me that it was just that rebates loaded wrong and they acted quickly to correct .talked to two people and two different answers definitely not team players at least they could of had the same answer So in my own opinion I think somebody is lying and just trying to get stupid people to buy there trucks with bait and switch. So be warned if you get a quote that seems to good to be true . I read some where that if you Do somebody right they tell 3 to 5 people do somebody wrong they will tell anybody that will listen or read about it. I hope this helps somebody else looking into buying from here .
Clean service department, fast and knew what they were doing.
Personality plus in a business environment... they care about their customers!
Great service,,friendly advisors, highly recommended
Pleasnt. I sat and read while they changed my oil. No problems. Came to me when they were finished.h e
We're glad everything was completed quickly and to your satisfaction!
very good people to deal with, nice friendly dealership
McClintons provides fast and efficient service as usual.
The service department was very easy to work with.
Internet buyers beware! On June 18, 2018 I called the dealership interested in a used 2015 Nissan 370Z. The vehicle only had 6,300 miles on it. I was... interested in a like new, well cared for 370Z for my son. My call was taken by Steve Perrine. Unfortunately, my call was taken by a stereotypical used car sales man that cares more about getting a person into the dealership at any cost and showed no concern for the customer. I requested him to look the car over carefully as I was counting on his eyes to confirm the car was in like new condition. I specifically asked him to check under the front of the car and more. After him stating the car had nothing wrong with it other than 2 little stone chips and it was “like new”, I trusted him and prepared for a trip to Parkersburg, West Virginia. It was 400 miles each way. The first thing I noticed when I arrived was there were many stone chips on the front of the car. They had been touched up with a paint pen but they were there. I looked under the front of the car an immediately noticed the mud flaps in front of the front wheels had been damaged. In fact, both were just hanging by only one screw. Upon looking to the passenger side front tire I noticed damage under the car and it was serious. The car had impacted something and did considerable damage. The metal was hit so hard that it is bent completely over a bolt and there would be know way to remove the piece without a lot of work. At this point Steve Perrine knew I wasn’t happy. I was mad. I just drove 400 miles one way expecting a car that was in “like new” condition to find a car that had been wrecked. So Steve leaves the area and comes back with Keith Lytle. A Sales Manager that was a real idiot. The first thing he tells me is that I should go back to Delaware. Then he tells me they have other vehicles on the lot I can look at. You can imagine how I felt. I was ready to call the police on them. So I convince them to put the car on a lift so I can see it. Not only is the subframe in front severely damaged but the rear on the driver’s side is also. And had been for a while because that damage was now rusting. Please realize that Carfax and the lessor version they use Auto Check only report accidents if the accident is reported to the police. This damage obviously wasn’t. But this dealership wants to hide behind their Auto Check report. Stupid. Those jerks didn’t even apologize. Now if you think there is consumer protection in West Virginia you are sadly mistaken. The first thing I did was try to contact the owner of the dealership. The receptionist explained to me that the owner is stepping down and his daughter Ginny Bowden is taking over and put me through to her. I explained to her what happened, and she acted as if she heard nothing about it. Can you imagine that being true. She asked that I allow her to look into it and she would get back to me. She never did! A real class act! So I contacted the Attorney Generals office in West Virginia. They explained to me that there is nothing they can do unless I purchased the car. So if I was stupid enough to not look the car over then they claim they could help me but you know the dealership would claim I wrecked the car after I drove it off the lot. Complete insanity! The car is still on their lot for sale it is stock number 3097c. I don’t know if they have repaired the damage to the vehicle, but you should at least know to look for it before you even think about buying it. To have impacted objects that hard I can’t imagine what else may have been affected. I have shared my experience with you. You do what you think you should, lucky I live 400 miles away. Ginny Bowden is a liar, Steve Perrine is a liar. If these are the types of people you want to buy a car from go right ahead. Hope sharing my experience saves many others from the same.