Pontiac Dealers Washington, DC
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Authorized Pontiac Dealers
1. Route 1 Buick GMC 22.1 miles
14530 Jefferson Davis Hwy
Woodbridge, VA 22191
"Dealer DISHONEST!! Kept me in the dark about serious body rust issue. After purchase of vehicle I found that there was a 6 -7 inch triangular rust area below wheel well, and other serious rust issues that will cost me over $1000 to repair. Very dissatisfied !!!and I hate being tricked into buying a shiny, new looking vehicle with hidden defects!!!!!"
Dealers With Used Pontiac Inventory
1. FC Auto 8.8 miles
1101 W. Broad Street
Falls Church, VA 22046
"The info. on CarGutus was spot on. I bought a 2005 Porsche 911 Carrera S from Euro Motor Cars in Bethsada MD, below the Kelly Blue Book price. Everything on your app. was accurate which allowed me to make the correct buying decision. I couldn't be happier."
2. Waldorf Ford 18.6 miles
2440 Crain Hwy
Waldorf, MD 20601
"Very quick follow up and responsive to requests. Courtney was very helpful."
3. CarTrust Auto Dealers 24.2 miles
25354 Pleasant Valley Rd, #135
Chantilly, VA 20152
"I just recently bought my Prius at USA Auto (in Feb 2014) from Steve. He wasn't pushy and gave me the time I needed to think things through. I am very pleased with my experience and also thankful for Steve's input. I asked him a number of questions about the car, about financing and also future maintenance. He was very informative and his insight really helped me to reach the conclusion to buy. With that, I am very satisfied with my purchase and feel as if I got a fair deal."
4. Lindsay Cadillac 5.3 miles
1525 Kenwood Avenue
Alexandria, VA 22302
"I would never buy a car from this dealership and here is why: In May I expressed interest in a car through Car Gurus. I received a phone message immediate from Tommy. Before I could return the call Tommy called again. I spoke with him and asked if he would be available on Saturday because I may be able to get to the dealership on Saturday. If not Saturday, I could definitely be there Sunday to see the car. Tommy said that they work in teams and if he was unavailable I could talk with the other half of the team (I think the team-mate's name was Chris but I'm not sure - I'll call him Chris in my review). I called back the next day and spoke to Chris about my plans to come see this particular car on Saturday or Sunday. He seemed fairly uninterested about when I was coming, I spoke to Tommy on Saturday and said I would be unable to come until Sunday. I told Tommy I would contact him Sunday morning before I left for Alexandria. On Sunday morning I called and left messages and sent an email and heard nothing. Apparently the dealership didn't open until noon; however, the team never told me they wouldn't respond to any messages on Sunday morning. I drove 60 miles to the dealership. I was in a rental car because someone (without insurance) rear-ended my other car and I was forced to buy another car. I was already out money and time because of the accident and spending my money on gas and spending my time looking for another used car was not at the top of my list of things to do on Sunday. When I arrived at the dealership shortly after 12 noon, there were 2 car salesmen standing at the reception desk. I asked for Chris or Tommy. They said Tommy was not there and that Chris was busy with a customer and asked if they could help me. I said I was there to see a particular car and they informed me that the car had been sold the day before. I said that I had not received any messages that the car had been sold. The two salesmen said that the dealership had been very busy on Saturday and Chris and Tommy were probably too busy to contact me. I was not happy and asked to speak to Chris. The salesmen basically protected Chris and wouldn't let me talk to him. They rather rudely stated that it's first come first serve when it comes to buying a used car. I re-stated how unhappy I was that I had driven so far and that the car had been sold. The two salesmen told me that they had plenty of other cars they could show me. I said I was only looking for a particular kind of car. I left but the two salesmen knew how incredibly upset I was that I had not been contacted about the car being sold. Miracle of miracles there was message on my answering machine from Tommy, time-stamped within the hour that I left the dealership; Tommy apologized that the car had been sold. I'm sure my expression of dissatisfaction at the dealership had nothing to do with the timing of the answering machine message. I suppose it could have been an amazing coincidence. Needless to say my feeling is that car salesmen will do whatever they can to get you to the dealership but don't really care about you as long as they sell the car to someone. Sadly, this attitude was not unique to this dealership in my search for a car and it's why used car dealers have a less than stellar reputation. If I had even gotten an apology or a hint of an expression of sympathy from the two salesmen at the reception desk, perhaps I would have left slightly (only slightly) happier. I was fortunate to find the car I was looking for from a dealer who was above board. "
5. AutoNation Chevrolet Laurel 17.2 miles
500 Washington Blvd
Laurel, MD 20707
"Ok salesman very helpful but didn't buy"
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