Don't take your car here the service manager is the worst he needs to be fired.My car was there forever and they gave it back to me and didn't do what they said and the manager had a snotty attitude and was just horrible to me .I was a customer there for years when Kevin was the manager and he was great. I finally had to sue them in court and report them to the automotive and the judge threw the book at them. They had to give me nearly $3,000 in damages to my car.Never go there again and the owner doesn't want to hear about it .I must have called him 10 times and never once returned my call .The absolute worst customer service ever and I was about to buy a new Porsche from them.RUN FOREST RUN.
2085 Wayne AveSan Leandro, CA 94577
From Business: San Leandro Kia is an automobile dealership that offers a variety of cars, sport utility vehicles and vans. It provides a range of Kia models, such as the Amanti,…
I made a Saturday 10AM appointment for an oil change, I asked the lady on the phone on how long the service will take because I will wait at the dealership during the service, and was told about an hour for the oil change.I arrived at 9:45AM on Saturday, waited 15 minutes before being helped. The "service specialist" told me it will take at least couple of hours. I said I was told an hour for the oil change, he then told me, there are several cars in front of me before they can work on my car.I asked what is the point of the "appointment" if I had to wait for all other cars to finish. The service guy said it's only to guarantee a spot on the day. Apparently these people don't really understand appointment or the meaning of good customer service.Even though this oil change is supposed to be free because I'd purchased the car there, it's really not "free" when I have to wait hours. I rather pay a small fee and get my oil change elsewhere with better overall customer service.Looks like I won't be taking my car to service at this dealership or buy another car from them again.
I am happy to have found this car dealership near town. They have some of the best deals out there! Thank you and I will definitely recommend you.
I have taken my car here for oil changes and repairs several times. They always have friendly and helpful staff.
They're only good until you bought the car!! If you have any issues with the car, your issues will fall on deaf ears. When our windshield cracked on our new car due to installation issues, the salesman that helped us buy the car was of no help. Buy here at your own risk. Terrible customer service.
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A friend bought a new Honda from this dealership and they agreed on a lower price from the asking price. It was only $1500 less than their asking price. However when the dealer wrote up all the paper work, the dealer changed the price back to the original price. I'm sorry people who deceive others like that makes this dealership a shady place trying to cheat out people's money. Sales people can not say one thing and then turn around and lie and manipulate the paper work so that they can get more money in their pockets. That's the last time they will buy from that dealership.
The best part of being there was meeting the owner, who was busy helping the admins and techs set up! What a nice and hilariously funny gentleman, who was sincere, likeable and down to earth!