I recommend Perris Valley Kia for your car purchase. No Hassel! No False Advertisements. Great Customer Service . I have purchased over 20 cars in all my driving experience. I've always wondered. What went on in that glass bubble you know where all sales men and sales managers are talking numbers but you don't talk to them its like a game. After all the years buying cars I can say that when I walked into a Kia for no one rushed me. I actually was able to ask for person I've been speaking to on the phone . I asked for Sean the manager of the store. There he waved in that glass bubble. Well Sean welcomed us into that glass bubble I felt VIP service. Smooth deal. All the sales person are so calm ..its peaceful with relaxing music...make this your next stop! Perris Valley Kia Thank You ! We Appreciate your excellent. Service!! Sean you got this!
9101 Research DrIrvine, CA 92618
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I only bought a couple parts. Bad customer service, no urgency to communicate. Didn't have my stuff ready when they said it would be, lots of excuses. I don't know how this place stays in business
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My wife and I have had the absolute WORST experience with this place. The saying, "I wouldn't send my worst enemy there" isn't applicable because I don't dislike anyone that much. Customer service is awful. Their mechanical skills are awful. The boat they sold me is awful. We bought a wakeboard boat with 25 hours on it from Inland in July 2012. The first time out it had electrical issues. The second time the transmission fried. The fourth time out the coupler between the motor and transmission failed. Then they found a bad valve in the engine and said they fixed it. Their fix left that cylinder 25 pounds low on compression and making a bad noise. Their mechanic said it just needs to be run in for a while, to let the valve seat. Two trips later the motor started to fail again. It's in the shop. Again. We've had this boat for 10 months now. We've used it 7 times. It's had 4 major mechanical failures. Keep in mind this is a boat that SUPPOSEDLY had a full mechanical inspection prior to sale. Now, if that's not bad enough, add this on top... When we bought the boat the swim step pad was peeling up. As part of the sale (in writing) Inland agreed to repair the pad. After months of not being fixed, I took control and called the manufacturer. They no longer make the pad, but directed me to an aftermarket manufacturer who does. I supplied Inland the web site and all necessary info to order it. That was over three weeks ago. It still hasn't been ordered, let alone replaced. It's been 10 months and they can't replace a simple part? Are you kidding me?Never again. I will never buy another single boat or product from them. I was even a repeat customer. I bought my last boat from them. And this is the way I've been treated. If you're thinking of buying from Inland, think again. Worst customer service ever.