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Good dealership Experiences

Old 04-29-2011, 10:51 PM
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LOU FUSZ - NISSAN ST.LOUIS, MO. Sold me my 2008 maxima . Bought it with 37,000 and it rides like a brand new one out of the factory. Not only did I get a nice car but they treated me and my grandpa with lots of respect and they worked with us on alot of small and big nitches to make the whole deal work out. Tony is one heck of a guy out there . Or Rob winters give them a shot there worth your time believe me. Check out there inventory.
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Old 06-30-2011, 02:16 PM
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Nissan Dealer in Beaver Falls, Pa. is really good. Excellent customer service.
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Old 07-02-2011, 08:59 AM
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Got my 2011 Max at Crossroads Nissan of hickory in Hickory NC, had a very good buying experience. Had my first scheduled maintenance performed and was thrilled with there service. they even pointed out an exhaust leak on my custom exhaust, never had a dealer do that before.
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Old 07-02-2011, 09:02 AM
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Glendale Nissan @ Glendale, CA. Ask for Miguel in the Parts Dept. Pretty nice guy and he gives a pretty big discount on parts.
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Old 07-09-2011, 05:10 PM
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Lakeland, FL - Jenkins Nissan - 863-686-2800 - Krista in internet sales is awesome. They will hook you up over the phone, and numbers match when you show up. My 2nd from them with no issues. Plus they do $5 oil changes for 5 years. Highly recommend. No other dealer in 50 miles could touch their pricing. Just a good experience, twice.

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Old 07-13-2011, 09:14 AM
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Second vote for Nissan of Turnersville (NJ). Found a 2010 Super Black on black online that was traded in with only 6500 miles on it. Went to see it person the next day and left with it that evening. They have a very nice auto mall, complete with a 3/4 mile private test track.

The entire sales staff was top-notch. No hassles and no pressure. Would definitely recommend to anyone in driving distance to check them out.

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Old 08-02-2011, 11:38 PM
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Had a decent, but not extraordinary, experience with Denville Nissan in New Jersey. When I went to look at my current Infiniti I30, the guy was pretty much waiting outside. On the road (my dad drove it first) guy had no problem switching us out (didn't copy my license or anything). However, just started to take a while once we started negotiating (back and forth to manager) but finally agreed to the price my dad said. So first trip there to look and negotiate was already at least 2 hours. Did get a little irritated that the guy (Chuck) said we absolutely NEEDED to take the car home that day if it was signed for (I had to get a bank check and it was a Saturday). After another trip back (gave the guy a holding check) we took the car home. After having the car for a few weeks, there was a small mishap. Either the dealership or DMV f'ed up since my dad and I had to drive back to resign about half the paperwork. At least I got a free half tank of gas out of the deal (Denville Nissan is over half an hour from me via Route 80). And then I just wish they could have mailed my plates instead of me having to go and pick them up. Now I'm just waiting to see if my title is getting mailed or if that has to get picked up also.
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Old 09-08-2011, 02:18 PM
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Any suggestions for a place in Des Moines,IA or nearby area?
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Old 09-28-2011, 08:28 PM
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Originally Posted by joshan View Post
Any suggestions for a place in Des Moines,IA or nearby area?
good experience with M'Lady Nissan in Crystal Lake Illinois.
THE best deal around the Chicago land area. their internet/email negotiated price was $3k lower than local Naperville IL dealer and $2K less than any other internet deal in area. Saved $9K off MSRP.
Aint the prettiest showroom or facility but who cares. the deal was killer
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Old 10-06-2011, 02:38 PM
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Let's give credit where it's due: Carousel Nissan in Iowa City, Iowa.

Rocking seat was observed on Day One, with no repair method in sight. Three months after purchase, Nissan issued a service bulletin and I found it online 6 months after that. Because it was a "from new" customer complaint, they picked up cost of the seat removal and adjustment. HAPPY OWNER.

After complaining repeatedly since new that the stock tires were crap and getting told "it will smooth out after each rotation" we encouraged them to replace the tires with Michelins. Problem solved and we bought two and they gave us two. HAPPY CAMPER. That was at about 57k.

Now at 81k, the Service Engine Soon light came on. Turned out to be the MAF. They picked up the cost of the $99 scan AND the repair/replacement of the MAF. Why? They have replaced every air filter since new so when a faulty air filter blew in and tanked the MAF, it was clearly Nissan's fault. STILL A HAPPY CUSTOMER

That, and I'm a very good customer with fluid changes, putting 20k - 35k miles on every year. They could be a little more proactive, but I'm usually ahead of the curve on things automotive anyway.

Keep it up, Carousel Nissan.
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Old 10-24-2011, 03:19 AM
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According to my point of view, the good dealership experiences are many more. The potential owners can only experience whether they are having the profit or not. I think, it is the best topic of experiencing.
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Old 11-07-2011, 11:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Rsprince89 View Post
LOU FUSZ - NISSAN ST.LOUIS, MO. Sold me my 2008 maxima . Bought it with 37,000 and it rides like a brand new one out of the factory. Not only did I get a nice car but they treated me and my grandpa with lots of respect and they worked with us on alot of small and big nitches to make the whole deal work out. Tony is one heck of a guy out there . Or Rob winters give them a shot there worth your time believe me. Check out there inventory.
I work for Lou Fusz Dodge Chrystler Jeep! I just bought my maxima from another dealership because my Nissan store wouldnt do the deal I got and told me to buy from the St. Charles Nissan store!
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Old 11-26-2011, 04:26 PM
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Greer Nissan in Greenville, SC... Great bunch of people. Pete, the general manager, is an honest, straight up guy.

Highly recommend.
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Old 12-30-2011, 10:48 PM
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Sheridan Nissan - New Castle, DE I had USAA pricing and they matched it with no back and forth. Gave me a good interest rate and didn't push all the extras.
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Old 02-21-2012, 01:09 PM
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tri state nissan va a+ A+

i got parts from tri state nissan in va, and service was the best . just go online and you can get any part number call it in or order onling ... here is the web http://tristatenissanparts.com/nissa...intvehid=13441

or call glen 540-771-3690

i got my parts shiped to florida faster than the dealer here in florida
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Old 05-23-2012, 09:06 AM
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It's always a good experience whenever I go for parts at Ramsey Infiniti in Ramsey, NJ. Always courteous for me, and they answer any questions I have straight up. In addition, they almost always coming up to me as soon as I open my car door to ask if I need help with anything.
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Old 09-03-2012, 10:45 AM
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Had a Honda few years back and went to do an e-test and got my front lip scrapped while in there. Lets just say I got the whole lip professionally repainted. Wished that was my bumper. LOL
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Old 11-08-2012, 09:36 AM
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Anyone knows any good nissan dealers in new york preferably brooklyn/queens area. I'm looking to purchase a new 2012 maxima. thanks
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Old 01-05-2013, 10:02 AM
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Number 1 sells, leases, finances every new Nissan under invoice (well except GT-R) 866 254 9930
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Old 05-14-2013, 06:48 AM
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Bruce Bennett Nissan in Wilton CT

Hey everyone, just checking in from Bruce Bennet Nissan in Wilton CT. I am the Express Service Manager/ Service Advisor here. I got my Maxima almost a year ago and am now starting to modify it. Any suggestions are appreciated.

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Old 02-13-2016, 10:49 PM
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I got a really good deal on my SR at Gillman Nissan of Fort Bend. There initial quote was a good bit lower than anyone else in the greater Houston area would even offer to match. If you contact them, ask for Trameka for a quote and/or Omar to handle the sales. Omar was very cool and quick to response with whatever questions I had. Sean in the finance department was great to deal with as well, not pushing too hard on the options we didn't want.
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Old 05-24-2016, 10:51 AM
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My Dealership experience was pretty good, i had to go there and ask one of the people if they'd could take a look at one of my power steering high pressure lines and they were very friendly about, the guy came up and told me what to do, so overall it was pretty good
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