Bought a Land Rover here for $70K about a year ago. The service department is an absolute joke. A/C broke and they have been either unable or unwilling to fix the problem after three return visits. At this point I figure that I'll have to hire a lawyer to get results ... because it's clear that the characters running this place either don't care or simply don't wish to honor the warranty. Recently took a trip to SC with the family and had to spend $750 for a rental car because the LR couldn't possibly withstand the heat of a road trip down south. I have owned over a dozen cars and the A/C has always worked well in every one of them. These clowns claim that it's all normal and the A/C is fine. If they rectify the situation, I'll amend my review but as of three visits without any satisfaction or the slightest inkling of concern from the service department regarding my $70,000 paper weight they call a Land Rover ... I wouldn't hold my breath.
I recently purchased my first new car from Dave. I had many questions and he answered all of them. I was very anxious about buying a car. I would definitely recommend him to my family and friends.
My wife and I bought our certified pre-owned 2011 Subaru Outback from Subaru of Cherry Hill in June 2013. To say our experience was great is an understatement.We arrived at the dealership to look at their inventory of used Subaru Outbacks. Our salesman, Jay Cafaro, is one of the most honest car salesmen I have ever dealt with. He kept his word on making sure that a couple of dents and scratches would be fixed prior to the completion of sale.A few weeks later, he called to let us know that they realized the oil was never changed prior to selling the car. So we brought it back and he provided us with a loaner. Two days later, my wife picked up the car and to our surprise, not only did they change the oil, but they also also took care of a number of other things to ensure the car was running smoothly... all at no cost to us.If every car dealership and salesman was like Jay and Subaru of Cherry Hill, this world would be a happier place. Honesty and integrity is not exactly something you find at many dealerships and car service centers. As a Subaru family living in PA, we will be returning to Subaru of Cherry Hill for our future Subaru purchases.
Winner Ford sent out a mailer that included a scratch-off section in which if the number below the scratch-off material matched the number below one of the pictured prizes (which included a 46" TV, an XBox, an iPad, $25,000 cash, $2,500 cash, $750 cash, a $500 pre-loaded Visa gift card, and a $500 "online shopping card"), you'd win that prize.Imagine my excitement when the number I scratched off matched the number underneath an iPad! So I call the phone number listed and reserve my spot to pick up my prize and went to bed excited that I'd be the proud owner of an iPad, and I could perhaps give that as a gift to a family member and really give them a great Christmas!Tonight after work, I went to Winner Ford to claim my prize, and was told by the gentleman (when I walked in) that he'd have to "check the prize board" to see what I'd won, at which point he walked over to one of the windows of the store on which there was a taped piece of paper, looked at it for two seconds, and then walked back and handed me a card that was a "$500 online shopping card." Perturbed, I asked the gentleman if there was some sort of catch, and he informed me that there was none. At this point, I was upset because I felt like I'd been lied to. The cards they'd mailed out CLEARLY made it look like I'd won an iPad, only for me to come in and find out that I'd won a "$500 online shopping card" to some website I'd never even heard of. Regardless, one can still spend $500 shopping online and get some really nice stuff, right? Wrong: The shopping card was usable on only ONE, EXTREMELY LAME online 'shopping mall website' which houses only cheap "as seen on TV" products and B-Grade reject products that no one would be interested in. To add insult to injury, even though I'd won a "$500 shopping card," ANYTHING I'd even CONSIDER buying from this joke of a website required me to GIVE THEM MY CREDIT CARD INFORMATION to pay for shipping and handling...IF IT'S A $500 CARD, WHY AM I PAYING ANYTHING?! Winner Ford made a shameless grab for customer leads with a deliberately misleading mailer that listed eight possible prizes, and only one of the eight seemingly actually attainable. Coincidentally, this is also the lamest of the bunch by far. I walked in there thinking I'd won an iPad. I walked out with a useless "$500 online shopping card" to some "online shopping mall website" I'd never even heard of, only to find out that I'd have to pay $13.99 shipping and handling on a "7 piece pot and pan set" that actually only had one pan and three pots, the other three pieces of the "7 piece set" being the LIDS TO THE POTS. If Winner Ford ever says you've won something, demand that they tell you immediately what it is you've won. Otherwise, you'll walk out of there having given them a free sales lead (your own information) while they hand you nothing. They couldn't even reimburse me for the gas I'd spent going there.Winner Ford? More like, LOSER Ford, because no matter what: YOU. LOSE. Merry Christmas!