I must have been there shortly after Big John Sloan. I looked at there website and found a car that I REALLY wanted. I called to make sure it was there. "Sure it's here no problem. Runs and drives great. Tell you what" the person answering the phone said, " I'll make sure it's all washed and ready to be seen. And make sure there is gas for a test drive". How effing comforting. Big John, if you're reading this, when I got there I found two people who appeared to be "fighting" for lead or control of the dealership. I also encountered someone who was just leaving. His parting words were, "don't buy nothing from these thieves" as he was walking away. I proceeded to look for the car I was interested and was met by a salesman. What a joke. No smile, no handshake, nothing. Just "What kind of money do you got to spend?" Wow. Wonderful grammer buddy. I ended up telling him I was just looking around. I asked by year, make, model and color and ADVERTISED miles for the car I found online. Oppps. "Well, we jus happen to sell dat car. But here, over this way is another'n that you will like better." Really? You're telling me what I'll like and won't like?????? I thanked him for his time and walked off the lot. PUNKS!! I'd rather ride with MTC then try nurturing one of their bucket of bolts and wires around. THANKS BIG JOHN. Wish I'd have read your review before I went all the way over there. Scum bag sockcuckers.
Customer for life! I've always knew the people at Cornerstone were fine trustworthy Christian people but my recent experience with them only cemented that view of them even more. Over Christmas of 2015, our 2008 GMC Acadia had a transmission issue while we were traveling throughout the Midwest. We limped our vehicle to a GM dealer only becasue we thought it would be covered by the GM warranty - Boy were we wrong! After three days at this competitor, they told us the problem was not warranty related and that the bill would be $2,500! needless to say I was beside myself and I took my Acadia over to Cornerstone that quoted me $1,900. After a week in the shop at Cornerstone, I got the shocking phone call from John telling us that it was, in fact, a warranty issue and they had their GM people take care of the problem - NO CHARGE!!!!!!!! These fine Christian people at cornerstone went the beyond the extra mile to ensure that we were treated as if we were one of the family. I will never not go to anyone else for my auto repair. Let's just say that there are such things as Christmas Miracles!!!!! Cornerstone is the greatest!!!!!
THIS PLACE SUCKS. I went there looking for a car that was serviceable, fuel efficient and safe. They showed me a car that had broken door handles, that instrument panel didn't light up and the rotors where so warped that I was scared to touch the brake pedal. Oh and the seat back was broken. They have half dead vehicles there. They lie to the customers about the mileage. They show inventory that they have NEVER had there. When a potential customer calls or stops they have mysteriously "sold" the vehicle of interest. But not to worry.....they always have something else that will suit your needs. WHAT A CROCK OF $HIT. There are exactly two and a half honest people there. (1) An older white man who sells cars,(2) an middle aged looking white man who works there part time as a mechanic/consultant (1/2) Chris an African, the owner. Not sure how long this place will be here. But people need to know the real scoop on this $hit factory. TELL EM BIG JOHN SLOAN SENT YOU.