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Keenneth A. Melveney
Keenneth A. Melveney June 19, 07:25 PM

Issue with Bill from Delray Mercedes which I would like to submit in writing (email) versus a phone call.
May I please have a Customer Service email in order to do so. It would be very much appreciated.
Regards,
Ken Melveney
732 278 4077
380 NW 67th St. 3108
Boca Raton, FL 33487

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Tim c
Tim c October 28, 05:09 AM

Got a call from the salesman that we had bought a Ford Escape from. He knew from our conversation at that time that I would be interested in purchasing a Ford F-150 if he could find what I was looking for. Got that call from him last night, told him that I would call him back in the morning after discussing it with my wife. I made that call and said that I would be there within the hour. Left work, drove to the car lot, he met me outside and stated that, My service manager is interested in the truck for his son. Then goes on to say I don't have time to show it to you anyway. Now I ask, how would anybody feel after being treated in such a manner? A happy customer tells a few people, a unhappy customer tells anybody who will listen.

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Michelle S.
Michelle S. August 27, 12:04 AM

I have had nothing but bad experiences with AutoNation. I will NEVER use them again, and will be telling everyone I know NOT to go there.

When we bought the car, the salesperson was an unpleasant man, but we overlooked that as we thought that might just be his personality. We were only able to test drive the vehicle on surface streets (peaking at about 40mph).

We ended up buying a 2013 Mazda 3, still with its warranty. When the salesperson handed me the keys, I noticed that the key clicker was breaking. As in, the housing was coming apart and the key was loose. I mentioned it, and he said "Just come in when it stops working and we will replace it"

The first time we drove the vehicle at freeway speeds, we discovered that the suspension vibrates. It vibrated so strongly that we were concerned that a wheel was going to come off or something. We have email traffic between us and the salesperson, less than a week after we bought the car, telling him about the issue. The first time we took the car in for this, the service center said that the tires needed to be balanced and that the alignment was off. WHY was the alignment off and the tires unbalanced when the car was sold to us? We were CHARGED to balance the tires (they only did two) and for the alignment, even though it was an undisclosed condition that was there when we bought the vehicle. We have since gone back and balanced the other two tires, and the problem still persists. The service center refuses to look at the suspension, saying that "since the tires were unbalanced for so long, they wore unevenly, so bad tires are the reason it vibrates" and that we need to replace the tires before they'll look at the suspension. We should not have needed to replace the tires less than a week after buying the vehicle. Also, the power steering started making a whining sound, and the service center said that we had a bad battery that needed replacing, and that the battery was causing the whining in the power steering. Guess what? We replaced the battery and the whining is still there.

Eventually, the key stopped working. The housing is almost all the way apart and the key frequently gets stuck closed (which prevents you from using it). We went back into the dealership and I spoke to the salesperson and reminded him of what he said. His response was "That doesn't sound like something I would say." So, I asked to speak to his manager. He left, went to talk to his manager, and came back and said there was nothing they could do, but they could fill up my gas tank for me. (I had 3/4 of a tank of gas already...) so I asked AGAIN to speak to his manager. Back and forth, 4 or 5 times, and he never actually brought his manager out, and the only resolution we got was that we could use the warranty to replace the $400+ key clicker and only have to pay $100 deductible.

The next day, I called and actually spoke to a manager. I ended up having to speak to 3 different managers before they finally agreed to follow through with what their salesperson promised and replace my key for free. THEN I had to play phone tag for 4 MONTHS with their Customer Service person, trying to get my appointment set up. The lady never called me back. Then, I called in and she had moved to a different department and hadn't given her replacement any of my info. Queue more phone tag with the new girl, because all of the paperwork was magically missing.

We FINALLY got the key replaced, although I sat at the dealership for over 3hrs waiting for my car.

I have email traffic as well as names of employees and am trying to file a complaint with AutoNation about their employee's conduct. I have left 2 messages with corporate with no return call. I will be going to the Better Business Bureau if nobody calls me back. There needs to be some resolution with this situation. Both my fiancée and I are in the military and this situation has been a huge inconvenience for both of us.

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Bruce Warren
Bruce Warren August 03, 06:54 PM

Brought my 2010 Ford Edge in for key replacement . AFTER TWO VISITS I WAS TOLD KEY COULD NOT BE REPROGRAMME BECAUSE OF CODE PROBLEM. I ASKED FOR A REFUND AND I WAS CHARGED $150 FOR WORTHLESS NEW KEY. I WILL NEVER BUY ANOTHER FORD PRODUCT AGAIN. THANKS FOR MAKING ME BUY A GM NEXT TIME ADIOS YOU RIP OFFS!!

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Rayne Jorrin
Rayne Jorrin June 22, 10:41 PM

I brought my 2015 jeep wrangler from the AutoNation Pembroke Pines Florida. I’m still under warranty I took my jeep back about 3 weeks ago because my radio is defective. They told me that my part was getting order from the moment I left the dealership. I haven’t gotten one call and when I call they just take me in a full circle without any answers. Could somebody from corporate office HELP PEASE.

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Matt
Matt June 11, 12:19 AM

After turned my trade in over and signed all sales paperwork. Have been sitting here for 1 1/2 hours waiting to talk to Finance guy. Salesman James was good guy. Boss just sitting there. AutoNation Chevy in Delray FL DO BETTER

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William Palmer
William Palmer February 16, 08:51 AM

I also was "bait and switched" by Autonation Chevy of Orlando. I made an appt to see a certain car, drove 1 1/2 hours and was told it had a deposit on it and they mistakingly did
not tell me before I came all that way.

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William Palmer
William Palmer February 16, 08:46 AM

I signed a contract at Autonation Chevrolet in Orlando, Fl for a car at Autonation in Clearwater, Fl and they reneged. I had five wasted days and my $1,000 downpayment tied up for over a week. I complained to BBB and Consumer Protection for this treatment.

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Pablo De la Cerda
Pablo De la Cerda January 13, 07:35 AM

I am going over my paper work and after reviewing them I am not satisfied with the deal at hand my first annual percentage rate was 4.90% after signing the first contract knowing and passing everything I had. Then, I got called in that there was an issue at hand an I had to make a new contract. In my defense I got threaten more than once threw text messages by one of the sales associate name Ben. I do work on a daily and I have a family to take care of I am concern that there was an issue but I didn't have the time to head to the dealer. When, I return I got help by Robert Ververs we fixed the paper work and I was told that everything was going to stay the same as my first contract. Apparently, I was wrong, I paid up front more money and my first contract was not respected. As I was looking threw my second contract I had came across my annual percentage rate and saw that it went up to 11.45% in the first contract it was for 60 payments at 4.90% and in the new contract it went up to 72 payments at 11.45% I am not satisfied with this and would like to come to a conclusion I am not satisfied that my first contract was not honored. If you have any question please fill free to contact me.

(720)5259264

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