The staff is super friendly!! However, I was shocked by the cost of my oil change. I’ve been a Honda owner until now and my oil changes were never more than $30 at Buckeye. Paying $70 is quite a bit more.
Coming back this Thursday as I have a coolant leak. Hoping for a good experience, thinking this should be covered under warranty.
They are not the best, they are not the worst; they are the Melba toast of car dealerships. I was working with another dealership in WV that seemed unable to find the Jeep that Tri-County had. Made the 90 min drive and traded in one Jeep for the other at Tri-County. Generally speaking, I feel that my trade in was low balled and the price that I paid for my new Jeep was $2k higher than a similar vehicle with a hard top with a dealer in Virginia but I didn't want to give up a day's pay for something that might not be there by the time that I arrived. Look, these guys are not priests nor are they rabbis--they are car salesmen. One specific positive note: when they tried to upsell me on additional coverages, a simple "I'm not even remotely interested in that bu11$h1t" ended that conversation with no additional hard sells. One specific negative note: when I went to pull out of the lot, I saw that the side view mirror controller knob was busted. It was too late to get a tech to pop in a new one but who doesn't catch that when you are test driving?
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