Great car, great experience.
November 15, 2014
Krueger doesn’t have a large selection of vehicles, but I still found more cars that I’m interested in there than I did at other dealerships in the area. They specialize in used imports and had a lot of nice European cars. I knew I wanted a VW, Volvo, or Audi hatchback/wagon, and they had about five to choose from. All were in nice condition. I ended up buying a 2006 Audi A3 for a price I’m very happy with. I took it out it for a couple hours, and had my friend look it over who is a professional mechanic and European car enthusiast/modder. He spent over an hour checking it out and didn’t find anything wrong with it. Dave at Krueger was great to work with. I didn’t feel pressured, and he gave me a nice deal on my trade-in that I couldn’t wait to get rid of. He came across as a nice, regular guy who enjoys what he does. Getting the deal worked out was actually a pleasure and I enjoyed conversing with him a bit about things not even related to cars. A day after I bought my car, the instrument cluster failed. My mechanic friend who checked out the car for me during my test drive didn’t see any problems with it when he hooked up his code reader. I looked online and couldn’t find anybody else who has had this problem It was just a freak occurrence and I don’t think it could have been predicted. Krueger had the instrument cluster replaced (an expensive repair) at no charge to me, no questions asked. Not many companies these days have the integrity to stand behind what they sell, at least not without giving the customer a hassle about it. Next time I need a new car, they’ll be the first dealership I go to.