Michael Hohl Honda
2800 S Carson St, Carson City, NV 89701
If you don't shop Michael Hohl Honda, you'll pay too much!
A Northern Nevada automotive mainstay since 1984, Michael Hohl Honda offers a complete lineup of Honda vehicles and services for Carson City, Minden, Gardnerville, Lake Tahoe, and Reno. New and pre-owned Hondas are available for sale and lease. Our knowledgeable and courteous staff have many years of experience and are committed to offering you a positive and unique shopping experience. We also have on the premises complete Parts and Service Departments, specifically for your Honda.
Phone: (775) 434-0394
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01/29/2012Provided by Citysearch -
Well I had a longer review but apparently this site only accepts 4k characters....so if you are curious take a look at Yelp for my review, it goes into a lot of detail and I sent a copy to Matt Hohl for his info.
In a nut shell though this place is very dishonest and has no issues with stranding someone an hour from home with no way to get back....
I'm so happy I bought a new Pilot with all this snow! Everybody's sliding off the road - not me!! Gordon (my sales guy) explained everything - I mean everything about this SUV. The buying experience was fabulous - Even the finance guy wasn't pushy! Definite 5 star rating from me.
I went in to buy a car,I had bad credit, and was without any transportation. i was treated nice and respectful. That didn't happen to me in Reno. I drove out in a 2010 Subaru Impreza AWD that I love. thank you Jesse Rooker and all of the sales staff, I forgot the finance dept. is second to none they got me 5.9% with my 569 credit score
03/16/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I'd give them less if I could. The sale process was fine, but they overlooked an important item in the safety inspection.
They failed to inspect my van I purchased there properly, and I almost got into a major accident for it. They then refused to call me back to discuss the problem.
You can read more at michaelhohlsucks dot com where I am going to keep track of their interest in providing support to a customer.