I put in an order for a 2018 Toyota Highlander without AWD. It had all the other features I wanted, especially the color and trailer hitch. I thought I could live without AWD. After a few days I called back to cancel and get a refund of my deposit. The salesperson asked why and I told him the car did not have AWD and I decided not to buy because of that. He said ok and forwarded my call to the person who would refund my deposit. I got the refund in 3 days.
by JoeR from Lake Placid, FL
March 23, 2018
This vehicle meets ALL of my needs as a handicapped, line-of-duty, service-connected injured veteran dependent on reliable transportation to replace the wheelchair conversion van previously used. It is more economical, quieter and definitely more comfortable in.
Keewaydin Auto Sales is a very personal, no-pressure dealership. They are in my neighborhood and I prefer to give them my business when I decide to buy my next "new used" car!
Good vehicle so far despite the bad press.
by John from Edmonton, Alberta
October 31, 2018
My 2015 NV200 SV is my work van. I added a ladder rack with two ladders and a step ladder which had a big effect of the fuel economy (from about 25 mpg to 20 mpg). The paint and body panels are easily damaged so I strongly recommend adding a bra or 3M transparent film. Inside plastic is easily scratched. The seats are comfortable and the driver sits higher than the average mini van so visibility is better. The tires that Nissan puts on this van will wear out quickly so this van has the unfair reputation of going through tires fast which is not true. I replaced the cheap Goodyear Eagle Cargo Tires with Nokian WGR All Weather tires and the wear is normal after over 24,000 miles (Looks like they're good for at least another 24,000 miles). I noticed much better performance in snow and ice conditions after that. Cab heater is inadequate for cold weather regions and you have to keep it in "recirculation" below -10 to -15 degrees celcius. AC works OK in temperatures over 25 degrees Celsius. Parking is very easy in tight situations. Acceleration and handling are adequate but not fantastic (that's good enough for work). GPS Navigation is adequate but not super accurate. Engine and CV transmission still working well but wheels seem to need realignment at almost every service rotation. Only real problem I've had with this van were the power door lock actuators in weather below -1 degree Celsius. Dealer found that they were not adjusted properly and finally fixed it after three visits.
This place is great! I just bought a car from them and Chuck was fantastic. He really reflected that the dealership values top-notch customer service throughout the process. I highly recommend them to others looking at buying a car. Thanks Chuck and Chevrolet for making my car purchase such a pleasurable experience.
This is the third NV Compact 200 we have owned.
by GEM DAL from Hyannis, Ma
December 27, 2018
This is the vehicle we use to transport our Champion Show Dogs. We can carry up to 6 dog crates, very comfortably 5 with luggage. It averages 29 MPG on the highway at 70 MPH.
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