Bought a Truck from here and would recommend anyone looking for quality service to go check them out . Mark Portillo and Jennifer Pimentel are awesome in sales .
Best XVTrek ever owned
by aperegudin from West Orange
March 12, 2019
This is 2nd XVTrek first was 2013 orange, big improvement from 2013, love always been able to find on any lot, drives great, fuel efficient, love the push button start, moon roof, and 8 inch infotainment.
Great overall experience. Don was a pleasure to deal with. I am very happy with my purchase.
A DISAPPOINTING CUV.
by METS FAN from BROOKLYN, N.Y.
December 4, 2018
THIS CAR HAS DEVELOPED TOO MANY PROBLEMS; TWO ARE RELATED TO THE A/C SYSTEM; OTHERS ARE RELATED TO WHEEL BEARINGS, AND AXLES. THE VEHICLE MAKES "POPPING NOISES" IN THE DASHBOARD. IN ADDITION, THE REAR HATCH DOESN'T GO UP ANYMORE WITHOUT HELP, AND THE EXTERIOR MIRRORS MOVE AROUND INSIDE THEIR FRAMES WHILE DRIVING ON THE HIGHWAY.
Anderson Honda got good prices on Hondas. But when I got there, they didn't have the color I wanted. It's Obsidian Blue for Touring Model on 2018 Honda Accord.
by Nycliving from New York, NY
April 3, 2019
We are a sub fam. We were originally looking for an Outback and still will pick an Outback over anything, but we also really like the crosstek! It’s comfortable, reliable (AWD IS A MUST HAVE UP HERE IN THE NORTH EAST), mileage is also great, we only fill up once every two weeks for pleasure driving. Back seat is spacious if you don’t have any children in a car seat or if you have a slim car seat. We have a graco forever for our two year old and it does take a bit of space but nothing too bad. Just wish it had a bit more space in the trunk. But we only plan to have this car for a year until we get a ‘19 or ‘20 Outback for more roadtrips, so we are more than happy with this car where we are at in our lives right now.
Though I did not buy a car there I had a good experience. Vlad was really helpful and great in helping me and showing me the car. I would recommend this dealership.
So Long my beloved Subie
by Cameron from Augusta, Georgia
January 30, 2019
Well, where do I start? Maybe it was the first cross country trip we took with her... Maybe it was the time we moved to Memphis and drove her around in the snow in Arkansas and the Tennessee mountains? All I know is that she was a part of the family. It was the first vehicle we purchased when we got married. When everyone else was stuck in the snow last year in Atlanta, we were making grocery and beer runs. We get attached to our cars. They are like family. From a comfort standpoint, sure it could have been more roomy. From an acceleration standpoint, it could have been faster. It was just what we needed. 150k miles later, we needed more room. I think I saw my wife shed a tear as we drove off the lot in our new outback; I know I certainly did.
The only issues we ever had were a bad wheel bearing and a rat ate through a belt. You know what Subaru did? Give us the new belt for free and didn't charge us for the labor, with no warranty.
We'll miss you old girl. Hope you make someone else as happy as you made us.
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