David Stanley Chevrolet Inc
614 W I 240 Service Rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73139
Appointment Needed: Yes
Brands Serviced: Chevrolet
01/01/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I decided to check these guys out because I saw a the mustang I wanted online. I went through David in the internet department. I really like the whole process. I called in and he told me about the car and set an appoinment. When I came out he had it pulled up and waiting for me. It was all as he desribed, and the price did not go up when i got there. There was a documentation fee, but all dealers have those so I was not surprised there. The thing that really impressed me is they did not play games with me and were so nice.
12/22/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I recently purchased a vehicle at David Stanley Chevrolet and I just want to say how pleased I am With the dealership. I actually am shocked at the 3 bad reviews that David Stanley Has, in part because i was treated with nothing but respect during the whole buying process. My salesman Michael Wright treated me in a very respectful and professional manner he was very nice as well as the sales managers, and even other salesman weren't afraid to say hello to me. Everyone was very polite. The entire process was a breeze i got the exact vehicle i wanted at a cheap price. Out of 15 dealerships state wide that i searched David Stanley Chevrolet had the lowest prices so i dont see why people can talk bad about a dealership when they sell 200+ used cars a month?? doesnt make sense!! Obviously if they are that bad then why do people keep reffering people, and why are thwy always busy? Because the fact remains they are a good dealership and i say this because i had a wonderful experience there. I will recommend all my friends and family to them they pay you 100$ for refferals. I would recommend this dealership to anyone.
07/06/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I would absolutely NOT recommend buying ANY vehicle from David Stanley Chevrolet!!! My fiance and I just purchased our new 2009 Chevy Silverado from them this past weekend (7/3/09). His cousin (who used to sell cars) brokered the deal for us. When we went in the next day to fill out the paperwork, we did not know that they had raised the price of the truck $1,000 from what they had quoted his cousin the day before. We found out only after we went to his cousin's house with the new truck. His cousin was extremely angry that they lied to us and we all went back up there to see if they would correct the problem.
Our salesperson, Brad Cook, told us to wait in his office and that he would be right with us. Thirty minutes later, we had to page him to even have him come speak to us. He brought in the sales manager who told us that the deal was done and my fiance's cousin told him to go get the paperwork because we weren't happy. He wanted him to go over the numbers again but they refused, saying car sales is ""funny numbers"" and they don't stay the same from day to day. They then went and got the finance manager who treated us horribly. He said $1,000 isn't much money and we shouldn't even be worried about it. He told us my fiance's cousin that he wasn't speaking to him because he hadn't signed the paperwork. He didn't care if he brokered the deal, he wasn't on the paperwork and he could get out of the office. And then he had the audacity to tell my fiance (who is almost 30), to grow up, and fight his own battles. My fiance told him he wanted his keys back from his trade in, since by law, we have 72 hours to return the vehicle. The finance manager told us we didn't know what we were talking about and REFUSED to give us our keys back. He then told us to contact their attorneys on Monday and walked out of the office.
I have a problem with them lying to us about the cost of the vehicle, but I have an even bigger problem with the way they treated us after we purchased a $34,000 truck from them. If they had been helpful, even if they were unsuccessful in solving our problem, I would not have cared. But to be treated so poorly just speaks volumes of the way David Stanley cares for their customers. The second we got home, I peeled the David Stanley sticker off the back of the truck. My fiance is so proud of his new truck, and really, I'll pay the extra $1,000 just to see the smile on his face every time he climbs in. But we will NEVER buy another vehicle from David Stanley Chevrolet...or quite possibly the entire David Stanley family of dealerships.
01/30/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Worst Dealership I have ever been to! They tried to convince me to commit tax fraud on a vehicle I was looking at. Basically they didn't want to lower the price of it due to extensive hail damage instead they told me to bring it home and the next hail storm that comes through our area, just to claim it on our insurance. What a bunch of crooks! In my book they are the lowest and worst dealership around! Please buy your car somewhere else!
12/23/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We bought a pontiac torrent on Nov. 22 2008 and by the time we made it back home, which is 2 1/2 hours from David Stanley, I checked their website and they still had the torrent listed but at $1000 cheaper then what we paid for it. When my husband called them on it, he asked to talk to the same salesman that sold it to us and told him who he was and that he was calling about that torrent and gave him the stock # and everything and the saleman said that's a nice one we just got it in. So my husband asked him how that could be we he had just bought it that past Saturday night. now here it is Dec. 23rd and we still have no title, and our paper tag expired yesterday, they keep giving us the run around, when we call to try to talk to the general manager it goes right to voicemail. all we are getting from them is one lie after another.