Hardy Family Automotive Group
1255 Charles Hardy Pkwy, Dallas, GA 30157
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I purchased an incredibly beautiful 2014 Ford Mustang from Tony Allen at Hardy Ford & the experience couldn't have been any easier! Believe me, I've had some pretty bad experiences buying cars in the past but this was one that I'll remember because it went so well! I definitely recommend buying a vehicle from Hardy Chevrolet/Ford/Buick if you want a pleasant, no haggle experience! :-)
I purchased a 2013 Ford Fusion from them. The service was extremely AWESOME! Sean Whipkey was my salesperson and I think he went above and beyond to just make me feel comfortable about the purchase and to meet my needs. Not to mention driving over an HOUR to come get me because I would have had to rent a car. I was such a pleasurable buying experience!!! I got a HUGE deal on the car, I am so happy I couldnt ask for anything else.
I had to have major work done to my truck , transmission , brakes , oil pressure sensor . And the staff was extremely knowledgeable and gave me any specials they could find from GM even contacted GM corporate about my transmission problem to get the price reduced a ton ! great business
10/12/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I bought a 2007 Chevy Suburban on Nov. 22, 2010. The initial purchase was pretty smooth. Matt Hicks was the seller and he was a pleasure to work with. When I bought the vehicle that told me that I would have to pay an extra $349.00 to have the vehicle GM certified since they had came down on the original price for me. I said that' s fine because the warranty was very important to me. However, the FAILED to tell me that the in service date for the vehicle was July 19, 2006, even though the vehicle was a 2007. So here I am not even a year later looking at a 2000 repair to the lifters in the engine. The dealership that I took it to agreed to fix it at a 75/25 rate since the warranty only expired 2 months ago. So I contact GM so that they can have Hardy to pay the remaining 25%. Well Hardy will not pay the remaining 25% and don't want to accept any responsibility for the issue. I advise you to stay away. Their vehicles obviously aren't too good and they will mislead you with warranties that could expire one month from the day you buy the vehicle. BTW, Im talking about the 5yr/100,000 mile warranty. I bought the vehicle with 52,000 miles and now it has 75,000 miles and no warranty and major issues:(