Landmark Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram Hours
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I tried to contact them through 2 sales men and the sales manager and the online pop up and in no way did they attempt to reach out to me to buy a new... truck. I am amazed they can operate like that. Just walk away. Not worth your effort
I came to look at a used truck, texted the salesman 30 minutes before I was coming. When I arrived I was informed the truck was sold and they tried to... sell me another brand. I was a little frustrated and felt like it was a bait and switch but that’s part of the experience. Now 3 days later truck is still advertised but Listing price increased from $34,900 to $39,900. Something is fishy with this place I would not recommended this dealership
Quick, friendly, open and thorough experience with John Link at Landmark Jeep. Definitely return again in the future.
Each listed price has $1400 in added dealer only fees. Price on lot listed at $14,000 but they try and tell you what a good deal you're getting at $15,200... because they discounted $200 of the $1,400 in fees. They'll move your trade-in value up and this fee up, or your trade-in down and the fee down. Not only is it annoying to deal with they use it to play games with numbers and obfuscate your price. If your car is listed at $14,000 I should be buying it for no more than $14,000. It's comical that you would explain to me $15,000 for a car listed at $14,000 is a great deal.
I looked at a 2018 Hyundai Car. They advertised the price as $11,900. I thought that we had a deal for 11,900 since they made me write $100 earnest deposit... check, but then came back in the room trying to charge me $1,300 detailing fee when the inside of the car was Immaculate. (I still had cleaner on my hands from test driving it.) Mind you, the lady that rode with me told me that ALL cars are detailed before they are put on the lot. Bought another car from your neighbor down the street for $11,999 cash. That’s on you guys for bad business and customer service.
James my sells guy was up front and friendly. He was more than willing to answer my questions. We took a test drive and he took the time to go over all... features on this truck. He ask me what I would be using it for to help make sure I was getting what I needed. I came back later that day with my wife and he took us out for another test drive. Very good experience. We were all set to buy when this virus thing kick in and now are just waiting to see what happens. But when the time comes to buy I will be back at this dealership.
Dont go there biggest crooks in the business , victory crushed them by thousands , kept me there all day sticker was 49k they sent into chrysler to buy... for 47 k lol what a joke and to top it off the bottum feeder finance guy Mike puts it that i made 90k to the banks when i only made 50k , they dont care about you at all and james the salesman is just as bad and could care less about you, thanks landmark for showing me the way to Victory Dodge you guys are the absolute worst!
I was looking for a used car for my daughter. Terri was super nice and friendly. In and out in a couple hours with a “new” car!
So I took my son to this dealer for his first new car buying experience. The salesman was very knowledgeable about the RAM truck my son was interested... in. After he jumped it off, he took it to their service department where he explained all the functions; very informative. We then test-drove a similar truck since the salesman "didn't want to get stuck somewhere" in THAT truck. After the test drive, my son was interested enough to start talking price. The truck was listed on the website at a discounted price of roughly $25K (2019 with an original MSRP of $40K). Of course my son only qualified for around $3000 of discounts because NO ONE would ever qualify for all of them! Throughout approximately 90 minutes of the salesman trying to "make a deal", we asked for the price they were willing to sell the truck and the amount they would offer for my son's trade-in. 30 minutes after that, we TOLD THEM what we would pay for the truck and would take for the trade. At that point, the salesman said he would take that to the finance guy but we would have to give them $100 cash or check in EARNEST MONEY. WHAT??????? I have purchased at least 25 new vehicles in my lifetime, and never have i spent 3 1/2 hours with a dealer only to be asked for earnest money? Needless to say, we did not buy a vehicle from this dealer, but my son did have a very learning experience which bode well for him at the next dealer where he purchased the same truck. If you don't mind paying ORIGINAL MSRP for a vehicle that's been sitting on a lot for over a year, OR, you don't care what you're actually paying for a vehicle, AND you dont mind giving a salesman a $100 bill to walk 10 feet to the finance guy and make a deal, LANDMARK is for you! Otherwise, save yourself 3 1/2 hours and go somewhere else!
Used cars are a tricky market, and knowing you can trust a dealership with this buy is important. I recommend the people/dealer here at Landmark. Very... helpful and painless process.