Bought a new Honda early 2013, Sales person was very good to deal with. Even though I brought a check from my Credit union, the person the does all the paperwork said it was not right and tore it up. They then redid my loan with my same credit union. When I talked to my credit union representative, they told me that I had been flipped. Something that I have been told benefits the dealership. I went back to my credit union and they had to close my original line of credit for the check I took to the dealership. Close the loan that the dealership made with them at a higher payment for same terms, and then give me a new loan at the original rates that they set up for me originally. If it sounds like a lot of trouble , it was. Also my deal with the salesperson , included factory Hondacare extended warranty, but the person doing the paperwork tried to sneak in a warranty from a third party without telling me. they agreed to the Hondacare only when I threatened to walk out. Overall my experience with the salesperson was great, price for the car was very competitive, but dealing with the rest of the dealership was a disappointment
Gdm was highly recommend to me by several other riders. Since then 2014 I have been a loyal customer. I've purchased 2 bikes there and never had a problem with either one. I took my 2002 road king there with 90 thousand miles. Gary tore it all the way down an completely rebuilt it. I might add he added s&s came direct gear timing and valve jobs. The bike runs like you wouldn't believe. Gary treats his customers like they are people not just income. Many times he has given me all the time I need to pay my bill. You can go anywhere you want but, you won't beat G.D.M. prices and service.
I have taken several vehicles to him on many occasions. Unlike the other reviewer, I've never felt like I was getting ripped off. In fact, not only has Autohaus always done a good job fixing our cars, vans, and trucks, they've declined probably 3 opportunities to make unnecessary repairs or "upsell" what was actually needed...telling us that there was no repair needed. I don't know about you, but I like feeling like I can trust my mechanic.