Brandon Dodge On Broadway

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  • 5600 S Broadway

    Littleton, CO 80121

    Cross street: Just South of Belleview on South Broadway

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  • 303-794-4205

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Jesse was great! Very knowledgeable and easy to work with! Jesse isn't afraid to find you the perfect vehicle.

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Jesse was great! Very knowledgeable and easy to work with! Jesse isn't afraid to find you the perfect vehicle.

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Jesse is a great salesman. The experience was awesome. I plan to come back and purchase my next ram truck, 2013 Dodge Ram 1500.

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Jesse is a great salesman. The experience was awesome. I plan to come back and purchase my next ram truck, 2013 Dodge Ram 1500.

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Working with Tommie Lee Connally is always a very comfortable and rewarding experience. His customer service goes above and beyond. We always feel like he has our best interest in mind.

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Working with Tommie Lee Connally is always a very comfortable and rewarding experience. His customer service goes above and beyond. We always feel like he has our best interest in mind.

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Our experience was fantastic. Grandpa Jack was very professional in every aspect of our car buying experience. You think when you pull up to a dealership, ok how many people are going to run towards me to try to sell me a car. What kind of gimmick or dance are we going to have to do to get a car. Everyone at Brandon Dodge were pleasant to work with. We are very happy with the service we received and we will tell friends and family to go there if they want fast and friendly service. This is the best car buying experience I have ever had. Thank you Grandpa Jack and everyone at Brandon Dodge on Broadway! Janet and Mitch Spike

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Our experience was fantastic. Grandpa Jack was very professional in every aspect of our car buying experience. You think when you pull up to a dealership, ok how many people are going to run towards me to try to sell me a car. What kind of gimmick or dance are we going to have to do to get a car. Everyone at Brandon Dodge were pleasant to work with. We are very happy with the service we received and we will tell friends and family to go there if they want fast and friendly service. This is the best car buying experience I have ever had. Thank you Grandpa Jack and everyone at Brandon Dodge on Broadway! Janet and Mitch Spike

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Michael Kern and the team at Brandon were a pleasure to do business with! He and his team worked with me on a trade in and sale of a new truck, which they offered a fair price for trade and worked with me on the negotiation of the new truck. They have a seemingly endless stock of trucks, which allowed me to browse many vehicles before driving the winner and settling the bitter details of any car/truck purchase. Overall, a solid car buying experience which I would gladly recommend. Kudos.

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Michael Kern and the team at Brandon were a pleasure to do business with! He and his team worked with me on a trade in and sale of a new truck, which they offered a fair price for trade and worked with me on the negotiation of the new truck. They have a seemingly endless stock of trucks, which allowed me to browse many vehicles before driving the winner and settling the bitter details of any car/truck purchase. Overall, a solid car buying experience which I would gladly recommend. Kudos.

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Michael Kern @ Brandon Dodge on Broadway is AWESOME! He helped me get a car that was just right for me! The entire building was full of friendly people and customers...a HAPPY place!! I highly recommend a visit, whether your just looking or ready to drive your next car off this lot!!

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Michael Kern @ Brandon Dodge on Broadway is AWESOME! He helped me get a car that was just right for me! The entire building was full of friendly people and customers...a HAPPY place!! I highly recommend a visit, whether your just looking or ready to drive your next car off this lot!!

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It was Great!!!!! Thank u Mike L, and Danny I appreciate your time and patients. You both were great hands down.

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It was Great!!!!! Thank u Mike L, and Danny I appreciate your time and patients. You both were great hands down.

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All I can say is their service was great. The specifics, the atmosphere... They sure convinced me to pick a car from them and it delivered so well. No questions asked! Brandon Dodge on Broadway is the best dealership in town!

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All I can say is their service was great. The specifics, the atmosphere... They sure convinced me to pick a car from them and it delivered so well. No questions asked! Brandon Dodge on Broadway is the best dealership in town!

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Michael Kern was our salesperson and he was exceptional both on the phone, answering questions and returning calls promptly. Very knowledgeable about all of the products offered on the dealership and off. Thanks again, for everything!

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Michael Kern was our salesperson and he was exceptional both on the phone, answering questions and returning calls promptly. Very knowledgeable about all of the products offered on the dealership and off. Thanks again, for everything!

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It was a wonderful experience with the seller Shaun. He was very cool and he helped me to get exactly that I had in my head.

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It was a wonderful experience with the seller Shaun. He was very cool and he helped me to get exactly that I had in my head.

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Brandon Dodge is the best RAM dealer in Colorado! I was able to find the newest RAM 1500 in a breeze and the payment terms was hassle-free!

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Brandon Dodge is the best RAM dealer in Colorado! I was able to find the newest RAM 1500 in a breeze and the payment terms was hassle-free!

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Outstanding customer service and experience by Ernie and Tyler. Thank you for everything.

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Outstanding customer service and experience by Ernie and Tyler. Thank you for everything.

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Tommie C was THE reason I bought my Ram @ Brandon. Helpful and not pushy. I was really debating whether or not to buy a truck and Tommie's patience was appreciated.

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Tommie C was THE reason I bought my Ram @ Brandon. Helpful and not pushy. I was really debating whether or not to buy a truck and Tommie's patience was appreciated.

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I have always disliked going to a dealership to shop for a new car because you always have those annoying pushy car salesmans down your back! My experience at Brandon Dodge has totaly changed my car buying experience and I want to thank my Salesman Jeremy Fitzimons for helping me and getting me into my 2012 Dodge Avenger which I love. Brandon Dodge has such a great team and they will help you out the best that they can, I have never had a dealership working so hard to get me into a car before I am absolutly impressed not only with Jeremy Fitzimons but the entire team at Brandon Dodge! Anyone out there shopping for a new or used car go to Brandon Dodge on Broadway!

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I have always disliked going to a dealership to shop for a new car because you always have those annoying pushy car salesmans down your back! My experience at Brandon Dodge has totaly changed my car buying experience and I want to thank my Salesman Jeremy Fitzimons for helping me and getting me into my 2012 Dodge Avenger which I love. Brandon Dodge has such a great team and they will help you out the best that they can, I have never had a dealership working so hard to get me into a car before I am absolutly impressed not only with Jeremy Fitzimons but the entire team at Brandon Dodge! Anyone out there shopping for a new or used car go to Brandon Dodge on Broadway!

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Bought two new cars, one 2012 Dodge Caravan, one 2012 Dodge Journey. Paid full MSRP minus dealer incentives on both.\r
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Turned out the Journey was not new as described but was used (4,300 miles on it) and had significant damage, dented bumper, paint issues, chipped winshield.\r
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? When they first tried to fix the damage they made it worse. There was Paint overspray all over the windshield, lights, and hood. The repair itself was very poor. When I approached the manager Mr. Josh Welsh, he made light of the situation and at first told me that I had ""already accepted delivery"". My experience at this time with Josh was antagonistic at best.\r
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Fearing other undisclosed issues I requested a new car instead of the used car I was delivered and was told no?too bad? you signed the deal?\r
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They did eventually fix the damage, but I still have a used car at a new car price.\r
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Brandon Dodge will say and it is true? that during the paperwork process I did miss the fact the car was used. Understand that this fact was NEVER disclosed to me during the buying process. Also on the lot, the car had a NEW window sticker.\r
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Ask yourself, would you think to check the mileage on a ??NEW?? vehicle? I didn??t either?\r
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Since bringing this to Brandon Dodges attention they have made promises to work with me on remediation that were not kept, they will not return my phone calls and generally have been duplicit in their dealings with me and my family.\r
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I contacted Dodge corporate, and they cannot help me because it is a dealership issue. They only deal with vehicle quality issues. I surmise that they are OK with these types of sales tactics.\r
These two vehicles are my 5 and 6th Dodge purchases.

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Bought two new cars, one 2012 Dodge Caravan, one 2012 Dodge Journey. Paid full MSRP minus dealer incentives on both.\r
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Turned out the Journey was not new as described but was used (4,300 miles on it) and had significant damage, dented bumper, paint issues, chipped winshield.\r
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? When they first tried to fix the damage they made it worse. There was Paint overspray all over the windshield, lights, and hood. The repair itself was very poor. When I approached the manager Mr. Josh Welsh, he made light of the situation and at first told me that I had ""already accepted delivery"". My experience at this time with Josh was antagonistic at best.\r
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Fearing other undisclosed issues I requested a new car instead of the used car I was delivered and was told no?too bad? you signed the deal?\r
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They did eventually fix the damage, but I still have a used car at a new car price.\r
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Brandon Dodge will say and it is true? that during the paperwork process I did miss the fact the car was used. Understand that this fact was NEVER disclosed to me during the buying process. Also on the lot, the car had a NEW window sticker.\r
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Ask yourself, would you think to check the mileage on a ??NEW?? vehicle? I didn??t either?\r
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Since bringing this to Brandon Dodges attention they have made promises to work with me on remediation that were not kept, they will not return my phone calls and generally have been duplicit in their dealings with me and my family.\r
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I contacted Dodge corporate, and they cannot help me because it is a dealership issue. They only deal with vehicle quality issues. I surmise that they are OK with these types of sales tactics.\r
These two vehicles are my 5 and 6th Dodge purchases.

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Bought 2 new cars on April 22.\r\nIt has been my experience that if you have a problem with a new vehicle purchase Brandon Dodge is dismissive rather than helpful. They said that they would return my call... they did not. I was told ...that they would help solve my problem...they did not. I wish they simply had the stones to just tell me they would not help me, but instead they were deceitful, duplicitous, and circumlocute. ... When I complained to the BBB, they responded with half truths and called me a liar. It is my opinion that this dealership lacks integrity. If integrity is important to you when making a vehicle purchase or vehicle service decision, I would suggest you consider your alternitives. Specifically here is my story... Bought two new cars, one 2012 Dodge Caravan, one 2012 Dodge Journey. Paid full MSRP minus dealer incentives on both. They said I did not pay full msrp, but I have the receipts showing that I was duped on this too! Turned out the Journey was not new as described but was used (4,300 miles on it) and had significant damage, dented bumper, paint issues, chipped winshield. ??? When they first tried to fix the damage they made it worse. There was Paint overspray all over the windshield, lights, and hood. The repair itself was very poor. When I approached the manager Mr. Josh Welsh, he made light of the situation and at first told me that I had ""already accepted delivery"". My experience at this time with Josh was antagonistic at best. Fearing other undisclosed issues I requested a new car instead of the used car I was delivered and was told no???too bad??? you signed the deal??? They did eventually fix the damage, but I still have a used car at a new car price. Brandon Dodge will say and it is true??? that during the paperwork process I did miss the fact the car was used. Understand that this fact was NEVER disclosed to me during the buying process. Also on the lot, the car had a NEW window sticker. Ask yourself, would you think to check the mileage on a ???NEW??? vehicle? I didn???t either??? Since bringing this to Brandon Dodges attention they have made promises to work with me on remediation that were not kept, they will not return my phone calls and generally have been duplicit in their dealings with me and my family. I contacted Dodge corporate, and they cannot help me because it is a dealership issue. They only deal with vehicle quality issues. I surmise that they are OK with these types of sales tactics. These two vehicles are my 5 and 6th Dodge purchases. On a side note... I love the Grand Caravan and Love the Journey... Good cars, but I won't buy another Dodge.

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Bought 2 new cars on April 22.\r\nIt has been my experience that if you have a problem with a new vehicle purchase Brandon Dodge is dismissive rather than helpful. They said that they would return my call... they did not. I was told ...that they would help solve my problem...they did not. I wish they simply had the stones to just tell me they would not help me, but instead they were deceitful, duplicitous, and circumlocute. ... When I complained to the BBB, they responded with half truths and called me a liar. It is my opinion that this dealership lacks integrity. If integrity is important to you when making a vehicle purchase or vehicle service decision, I would suggest you consider your alternitives. Specifically here is my story... Bought two new cars, one 2012 Dodge Caravan, one 2012 Dodge Journey. Paid full MSRP minus dealer incentives on both. They said I did not pay full msrp, but I have the receipts showing that I was duped on this too! Turned out the Journey was not new as described but was used (4,300 miles on it) and had significant damage, dented bumper, paint issues, chipped winshield. ??? When they first tried to fix the damage they made it worse. There was Paint overspray all over the windshield, lights, and hood. The repair itself was very poor. When I approached the manager Mr. Josh Welsh, he made light of the situation and at first told me that I had ""already accepted delivery"". My experience at this time with Josh was antagonistic at best. Fearing other undisclosed issues I requested a new car instead of the used car I was delivered and was told no???too bad??? you signed the deal??? They did eventually fix the damage, but I still have a used car at a new car price. Brandon Dodge will say and it is true??? that during the paperwork process I did miss the fact the car was used. Understand that this fact was NEVER disclosed to me during the buying process. Also on the lot, the car had a NEW window sticker. Ask yourself, would you think to check the mileage on a ???NEW??? vehicle? I didn???t either??? Since bringing this to Brandon Dodges attention they have made promises to work with me on remediation that were not kept, they will not return my phone calls and generally have been duplicit in their dealings with me and my family. I contacted Dodge corporate, and they cannot help me because it is a dealership issue. They only deal with vehicle quality issues. I surmise that they are OK with these types of sales tactics. These two vehicles are my 5 and 6th Dodge purchases. On a side note... I love the Grand Caravan and Love the Journey... Good cars, but I won't buy another Dodge.

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Buying a new vehicle should be a fun and exciting event, something you share with your friends, family and acquaintances in a positive way. This letter to make you aware of our unpleasant purchasing experience bordering on unfair business practices at Brandon Dodge. We are not soliciting a resolution or reimbursement; it is too late for that.

Brandon Dodge employees that were part of our transaction: Jessy- Sales Person, Joshua- Go between sales and final offer person, Tyler-Finance, Alaina-Service Coordinator, Ron Hood- Sales Manager.

Our son, a college student found the 2011 Jeep Wrangler of his dreams. After working all summer and selling his truck outright, my husband and I started the buying/negotiation process with Jessy. In our final negotiated sales price, it was agreed that a trailer hitch be included which was to be installed early the following week as our son needed to get this done before he went back to school. Jessy said someone should call us on Monday to schedule an appointment for installation. No one called Monday, August 15. On Tuesday, my son called Jessy. Jessy said we should be receiving a phone call from Alaina. Finally that afternoon Alaina called saying they could install the hitch but we would have to pay for installation. This is the first we heard of the installation fees. I phoned Jessy and told him that if we were to pay installation fees it should have been discussed up front. Jessy called back about an hour later saying it was their mistake (Brandon Dodge) and there would be no charge to us for the installation of the hitch. An appointment was made for installation on Thursday morning at 7:00 a.m.

My husband and son arrived at 7:00 a.m. for installation of the hitch only to be told that now Brandon Dodge expected us to pay for the wiring. A TRAILER HITCH IS USELESS AND UNSAFE UNLESS IT IS WIRED TO PULL A TRAILER. Alaina now flashes a YOU OWE/WE OWE multiple copy form with my husband??s signature on it and prices for installation and wiring on it. When my husband signed the form, our portion was ZERO as we had just written a check for the purchase amount of the vehicle. The form was NOT in with the paperwork we signed and received. Alaina??s copy was filled out after we had signed it with installation and wiring fees.

When we were negotiating the price of the vehicle, wouldn??t that have been the time to discuss what Brandon Dodge felt they were going to charge us to install and wire the hitch? It would have given us the opportunity to discuss the price further or for us to say Brandon Dodge??s price for hitch, installation and wiring was too high. Next we were transferred to Tyler in Finance whose job it is bring in more money for Brandon Dodge by offering/pushing warranty packages or to offering/pushing financing when it was a CASH deal. Should Tyler have asked how we were going to pay for the installation and wiring the day of purchase? Furthermore, we had already had the conversation with Jessy and Alaina that there was going to be NO CHARGE for installation of the hitch. Shouldn??t the price of the wiring been brought up at the same time instead of waiting for us to bring in the Jeep?

How many other people has Brandon Dodge take advantage of and they have not taken the time to write a complaint? Is this a case of outright shady business practice or did several employees of Brandon Dodge drop the ball and by not following through with discussing these add-on, exorbitant additional fees when the hitch and wiring should have been taken care of for no additional cost. That would have been excellent customer service! This complaint was sent to Brandon Moreland and Brandon Dodge??s website and no one has contacted me.

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Buying a new vehicle should be a fun and exciting event, something you share with your friends, family and acquaintances in a positive way. This letter to make you aware of our unpleasant purchasing experience bordering on unfair business practices at Brandon Dodge. We are not soliciting a resolution or reimbursement; it is too late for that.

Brandon Dodge employees that were part of our transaction: Jessy- Sales Person, Joshua- Go between sales and final offer person, Tyler-Finance, Alaina-Service Coordinator, Ron Hood- Sales Manager.

Our son, a college student found the 2011 Jeep Wrangler of his dreams. After working all summer and selling his truck outright, my husband and I started the buying/negotiation process with Jessy. In our final negotiated sales price, it was agreed that a trailer hitch be included which was to be installed early the following week as our son needed to get this done before he went back to school. Jessy said someone should call us on Monday to schedule an appointment for installation. No one called Monday, August 15. On Tuesday, my son called Jessy. Jessy said we should be receiving a phone call from Alaina. Finally that afternoon Alaina called saying they could install the hitch but we would have to pay for installation. This is the first we heard of the installation fees. I phoned Jessy and told him that if we were to pay installation fees it should have been discussed up front. Jessy called back about an hour later saying it was their mistake (Brandon Dodge) and there would be no charge to us for the installation of the hitch. An appointment was made for installation on Thursday morning at 7:00 a.m.

My husband and son arrived at 7:00 a.m. for installation of the hitch only to be told that now Brandon Dodge expected us to pay for the wiring. A TRAILER HITCH IS USELESS AND UNSAFE UNLESS IT IS WIRED TO PULL A TRAILER. Alaina now flashes a YOU OWE/WE OWE multiple copy form with my husband??s signature on it and prices for installation and wiring on it. When my husband signed the form, our portion was ZERO as we had just written a check for the purchase amount of the vehicle. The form was NOT in with the paperwork we signed and received. Alaina??s copy was filled out after we had signed it with installation and wiring fees.

When we were negotiating the price of the vehicle, wouldn??t that have been the time to discuss what Brandon Dodge felt they were going to charge us to install and wire the hitch? It would have given us the opportunity to discuss the price further or for us to say Brandon Dodge??s price for hitch, installation and wiring was too high. Next we were transferred to Tyler in Finance whose job it is bring in more money for Brandon Dodge by offering/pushing warranty packages or to offering/pushing financing when it was a CASH deal. Should Tyler have asked how we were going to pay for the installation and wiring the day of purchase? Furthermore, we had already had the conversation with Jessy and Alaina that there was going to be NO CHARGE for installation of the hitch. Shouldn??t the price of the wiring been brought up at the same time instead of waiting for us to bring in the Jeep?

How many other people has Brandon Dodge take advantage of and they have not taken the time to write a complaint? Is this a case of outright shady business practice or did several employees of Brandon Dodge drop the ball and by not following through with discussing these add-on, exorbitant additional fees when the hitch and wiring should have been taken care of for no additional cost. That would have been excellent customer service! This complaint was sent to Brandon Moreland and Brandon Dodge??s website and no one has contacted me.

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I got my car from them. The price annnounced on the window was high, but they gave me an offer for a lower price. They did not pay me enought for my other car, and when I checked the prices on the web, I found out that the price that I got was the regular price for this type of vehicle. On the window they put a higher price to make me believe that I was getting a great deal. I tried to get my old car back the next morning, and the sales man did not want to give it back, saying that it was not there any more, and he could not help me. He even kept my old plates from my old car, and did not send them to me by mail. I tried to call the managers, and no one would called me back. After the sale was done, I could not get anything from them, not even a call on the same day to check what I needed.

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I got my car from them. The price annnounced on the window was high, but they gave me an offer for a lower price. They did not pay me enought for my other car, and when I checked the prices on the web, I found out that the price that I got was the regular price for this type of vehicle. On the window they put a higher price to make me believe that I was getting a great deal. I tried to get my old car back the next morning, and the sales man did not want to give it back, saying that it was not there any more, and he could not help me. He even kept my old plates from my old car, and did not send them to me by mail. I tried to call the managers, and no one would called me back. After the sale was done, I could not get anything from them, not even a call on the same day to check what I needed.

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When I arrived at Brandon Dodge, I told my salesperson, Roger, and the used car sales manager that I had two needs: (1) I needed something inexpensive, and (2) I needed something that would last me through grad school (at least two years). \r\n\r\nRoger and the used car sales manager talked me into looking at a 2005 Jeep Liberty with 127,000 miles, with the promise that they would sell it to me for $5000 plus my Camry, which included taxes. The used car sales manager also said that it would come with a warranty. I told them I had to think about it. The Blue Book said that the vehicle was worth $9500, so I returned to Brandon Dodge.\r\n\r\nRoger got called away to talk to a customer. A new sales manager came up and said that since Roger was busy with the customer, he would be working with me for a while. He presented me with a piece of paper saying that the price of the car was $5999. I told him that the other sales manager had promised me a price of $5000. He said that the extra $1000 was for the fees and taxes. I told him that I would buy the car for $5500, plus a new windshield, even though the original price I had been quoted was $5000 (which was to include taxes and a warranty). I also asked him about a warranty, and he said that the car would be sold ""as-is."" I said that I didn't want to get the car off the lot and take it to my mechanic and find out that something was terribly wrong with it, and the sales manager said ""We aren't that kind of dealership."" \r\n\r\nAfter an hour of waiting for my windshield to be replaced in Brandon Dodge's waiting room, Roger came to tell me that the shop at the dealership was already closed, and didn't open again until Monday. I was supposed to pick up the Jeep on Monday, but Roger told me that the part wasn't in yet, so I had to pick it up on Tuesday. Tuesday was Roger's day off, but he told me that I ""had a friend in the car business"" and he would come in so that I could pick up my Jeep.\r\n\r\nOn Tuesday, I picked up my Jeep and signed my Camry over to Brandon Dodge. I drove the Jeep home. Ten minutes later, the car wouldn't start. I tried several times and it still wouldn't start. I had the maintenance guy in our building bring out the car jumper and he tried to jump the car. Unfortunately, we discovered that the problem was not the battery. I called Roger and left him a voicemail, but he never called back. Then I called Brandon Dodge and talked to a sales manager named Jeff Miller. Jeff said he would call me back.\r\nAn hour and a half later, I still hadn't heard from Jeff, and I went outside to try to start my Jeep again. Miraculously, it started, and I drove it directly to my trusted (AAA and BBB approved) auto shop. Once it got to the shop, it wouldn't start again. \r\n\r\nThe owner of the shop called Brandon Dodge himself. He spoke to the repair shop first and asked if they had replaced the fuel pump. They said that they had replaced it, but they had taken it to a Mitsubishi dealership to have the fuel pump replaced (why they wouldn't just replace it in their own auto shop is beyond me). The owner of the shop then asked to speak to Jeff Miller, but Jeff wouldn't talk to him and said that he would call me.\r\n\r\nJeff Miller never called me back (and I never heard from Roger again). A sales manager named Ron Hood called me and left a voicemail saying that the car was sold ""as-is"" and that since there was no implied warranty they ""cannot honor any repair"". He said I could call him on Thursday if I would like and left his phone number. \r\n\r\nMy Jeep is currently at the shop, and they have discovered that it not only needs its fuel pump replaced but also needs its fuel line and tires replaced. I cannot believe that Brandon Dodge would sell me a car that needed $1400 in repairs when I told them that I was a student who knew nothing about cars and needed something functional and inexpensive. I trusted them and I shouldn?t have.

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When I arrived at Brandon Dodge, I told my salesperson, Roger, and the used car sales manager that I had two needs: (1) I needed something inexpensive, and (2) I needed something that would last me through grad school (at least two years). \r\n\r\nRoger and the used car sales manager talked me into looking at a 2005 Jeep Liberty with 127,000 miles, with the promise that they would sell it to me for $5000 plus my Camry, which included taxes. The used car sales manager also said that it would come with a warranty. I told them I had to think about it. The Blue Book said that the vehicle was worth $9500, so I returned to Brandon Dodge.\r\n\r\nRoger got called away to talk to a customer. A new sales manager came up and said that since Roger was busy with the customer, he would be working with me for a while. He presented me with a piece of paper saying that the price of the car was $5999. I told him that the other sales manager had promised me a price of $5000. He said that the extra $1000 was for the fees and taxes. I told him that I would buy the car for $5500, plus a new windshield, even though the original price I had been quoted was $5000 (which was to include taxes and a warranty). I also asked him about a warranty, and he said that the car would be sold ""as-is."" I said that I didn't want to get the car off the lot and take it to my mechanic and find out that something was terribly wrong with it, and the sales manager said ""We aren't that kind of dealership."" \r\n\r\nAfter an hour of waiting for my windshield to be replaced in Brandon Dodge's waiting room, Roger came to tell me that the shop at the dealership was already closed, and didn't open again until Monday. I was supposed to pick up the Jeep on Monday, but Roger told me that the part wasn't in yet, so I had to pick it up on Tuesday. Tuesday was Roger's day off, but he told me that I ""had a friend in the car business"" and he would come in so that I could pick up my Jeep.\r\n\r\nOn Tuesday, I picked up my Jeep and signed my Camry over to Brandon Dodge. I drove the Jeep home. Ten minutes later, the car wouldn't start. I tried several times and it still wouldn't start. I had the maintenance guy in our building bring out the car jumper and he tried to jump the car. Unfortunately, we discovered that the problem was not the battery. I called Roger and left him a voicemail, but he never called back. Then I called Brandon Dodge and talked to a sales manager named Jeff Miller. Jeff said he would call me back.\r\nAn hour and a half later, I still hadn't heard from Jeff, and I went outside to try to start my Jeep again. Miraculously, it started, and I drove it directly to my trusted (AAA and BBB approved) auto shop. Once it got to the shop, it wouldn't start again. \r\n\r\nThe owner of the shop called Brandon Dodge himself. He spoke to the repair shop first and asked if they had replaced the fuel pump. They said that they had replaced it, but they had taken it to a Mitsubishi dealership to have the fuel pump replaced (why they wouldn't just replace it in their own auto shop is beyond me). The owner of the shop then asked to speak to Jeff Miller, but Jeff wouldn't talk to him and said that he would call me.\r\n\r\nJeff Miller never called me back (and I never heard from Roger again). A sales manager named Ron Hood called me and left a voicemail saying that the car was sold ""as-is"" and that since there was no implied warranty they ""cannot honor any repair"". He said I could call him on Thursday if I would like and left his phone number. \r\n\r\nMy Jeep is currently at the shop, and they have discovered that it not only needs its fuel pump replaced but also needs its fuel line and tires replaced. I cannot believe that Brandon Dodge would sell me a car that needed $1400 in repairs when I told them that I was a student who knew nothing about cars and needed something functional and inexpensive. I trusted them and I shouldn?t have.

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When I arrived at Brandon Dodge, I told my salesperson, Roger, and the used car sales manager that I had two needs: (1) I needed something inexpensive, and (2) I needed something that would last me through grad school (at least two years). \r\n\r\nRoger and the used car sales manager talked me into looking at a 2005 Jeep Liberty with 127,000 miles, with the promise that they would sell it to me for $5000 plus my Camry, which included taxes. The used car sales manager also said that it would come with a warranty. I told them I had to think about it. The Blue Book said that the vehicle was worth $9500, so I returned to Brandon Dodge.\r\n\r\nRoger got called away to talk to a customer. A new sales manager came up and said that since Roger was busy with the customer, he would be working with me for a while. He presented me with a piece of paper saying that the price of the car was $5999. I told him that the other sales manager had promised me a price of $5000. He said that the extra $1000 was for the fees and taxes. I told him that I would buy the car for $5500, plus a new windshield, even though the original price I had been quoted was $5000 (which was to include taxes and a warranty). I also asked him about a warranty, and he said that the car would be sold ""as-is."" I said that I didn't want to get the car off the lot and take it to my mechanic and find out that something was terribly wrong with it, and the sales manager said ""We aren't that kind of dealership."" \r\nAfter an hour of waiting for my windshield to be replaced in Brandon Dodge's waiting room, Roger came to tell me that the shop at the dealership was already closed, and didn't open again until Monday. I was supposed to pick up the Jeep on Monday, but Roger told me that the part wasn't in yet, so I had to pick it up on Tuesday. Tuesday was Roger's day off, but he told me that I ""had a friend in the car business"" and he would come in so that I could pick up my Jeep.\r\n\r\nOn Tuesday, I picked up my Jeep and signed my Camry over to Brandon Dodge. I drove the Jeep home. Ten minutes later, the car wouldn't start. I tried several times and it still wouldn't start. I had the maintenance guy in our building bring out the car jumper and he tried to jump the car. Unfortunately, we discovered that the problem was not the battery. I called Roger and left him a voicemail, but he never called back. Then I called Brandon Dodge and talked to a sales manager named Jeff Miller. Jeff said he would call me back.\r\n\r\nAn hour and a half later, I still hadn't heard from Jeff, and I went outside to try to start my Jeep again. Miraculously, it started, and I drove it directly to my trusted (AAA and BBB approved) auto shop. Once it got to the shop, it wouldn't start again. \r\n\r\nThe owner of the shop called Brandon Dodge himself. He spoke to the repair shop first and asked if they had replaced the fuel pump. They said that they had replaced it, but they had taken it to a Mitsubishi dealership to have the fuel pump replaced (why they wouldn't just replace it in their own auto shop is beyond me). The owner of the shop then asked to speak to Jeff Miller, but Jeff wouldn't talk to him and said that he would call me.\r\n\r\nJeff Miller never called me back (and I never heard from Roger again). A sales manager named Ron Hood called me and left a voicemail saying that the car was sold ""as-is"" and that since there was no implied warranty they ""cannot honor any repair"". He said I could call him on Thursday if I would like and left his phone number. \r\n\r\nMy Jeep is currently at the shop, and they have discovered that it not only needs its fuel pump replaced but also needs its fuel line and tires replaced. I cannot believe that Brandon Dodge would sell me a car that needed $1400 in repairs when I told them that I was a student who knew nothing about cars and needed something functional and inexpensive. I trusted them and I shouldn?t have.

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When I arrived at Brandon Dodge, I told my salesperson, Roger, and the used car sales manager that I had two needs: (1) I needed something inexpensive, and (2) I needed something that would last me through grad school (at least two years). \r\n\r\nRoger and the used car sales manager talked me into looking at a 2005 Jeep Liberty with 127,000 miles, with the promise that they would sell it to me for $5000 plus my Camry, which included taxes. The used car sales manager also said that it would come with a warranty. I told them I had to think about it. The Blue Book said that the vehicle was worth $9500, so I returned to Brandon Dodge.\r\n\r\nRoger got called away to talk to a customer. A new sales manager came up and said that since Roger was busy with the customer, he would be working with me for a while. He presented me with a piece of paper saying that the price of the car was $5999. I told him that the other sales manager had promised me a price of $5000. He said that the extra $1000 was for the fees and taxes. I told him that I would buy the car for $5500, plus a new windshield, even though the original price I had been quoted was $5000 (which was to include taxes and a warranty). I also asked him about a warranty, and he said that the car would be sold ""as-is."" I said that I didn't want to get the car off the lot and take it to my mechanic and find out that something was terribly wrong with it, and the sales manager said ""We aren't that kind of dealership."" \r\nAfter an hour of waiting for my windshield to be replaced in Brandon Dodge's waiting room, Roger came to tell me that the shop at the dealership was already closed, and didn't open again until Monday. I was supposed to pick up the Jeep on Monday, but Roger told me that the part wasn't in yet, so I had to pick it up on Tuesday. Tuesday was Roger's day off, but he told me that I ""had a friend in the car business"" and he would come in so that I could pick up my Jeep.\r\n\r\nOn Tuesday, I picked up my Jeep and signed my Camry over to Brandon Dodge. I drove the Jeep home. Ten minutes later, the car wouldn't start. I tried several times and it still wouldn't start. I had the maintenance guy in our building bring out the car jumper and he tried to jump the car. Unfortunately, we discovered that the problem was not the battery. I called Roger and left him a voicemail, but he never called back. Then I called Brandon Dodge and talked to a sales manager named Jeff Miller. Jeff said he would call me back.\r\n\r\nAn hour and a half later, I still hadn't heard from Jeff, and I went outside to try to start my Jeep again. Miraculously, it started, and I drove it directly to my trusted (AAA and BBB approved) auto shop. Once it got to the shop, it wouldn't start again. \r\n\r\nThe owner of the shop called Brandon Dodge himself. He spoke to the repair shop first and asked if they had replaced the fuel pump. They said that they had replaced it, but they had taken it to a Mitsubishi dealership to have the fuel pump replaced (why they wouldn't just replace it in their own auto shop is beyond me). The owner of the shop then asked to speak to Jeff Miller, but Jeff wouldn't talk to him and said that he would call me.\r\n\r\nJeff Miller never called me back (and I never heard from Roger again). A sales manager named Ron Hood called me and left a voicemail saying that the car was sold ""as-is"" and that since there was no implied warranty they ""cannot honor any repair"". He said I could call him on Thursday if I would like and left his phone number. \r\n\r\nMy Jeep is currently at the shop, and they have discovered that it not only needs its fuel pump replaced but also needs its fuel line and tires replaced. I cannot believe that Brandon Dodge would sell me a car that needed $1400 in repairs when I told them that I was a student who knew nothing about cars and needed something functional and inexpensive. I trusted them and I shouldn?t have.

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My 1995 Toyota Camry was falling apart, so I went car shopping on Saturday. I told my salesperson, Roger, and the used car sales manager (I don't know his name, but he had light green eyes and Roger would know his name) that I had two requirements for my car purchase: (1) I needed something inexpensive, and (2) I needed something that would last me through grad school (at least two years).

Roger and the used car sales manager talked me into looking at a 2005 Jeep Liberty with 127,000 miles, with the promise that they would sell it to me for $5000 plus my Camry, which included taxes. The used car sales manager also said that it would come with a warranty. I told them I had to think about it. The Blue Book said that the vehicle was worth $9500, so I returned to Brandon Dodge.

When I got back to Brandon Dodge, Roger took me on a test drive. I told him that I wondered why the previous owner had gotten rid of such a great car, and he said that since the car was a business car, once it hit 120,000 miles the owner could sell it and get a tax break.

When we returned to Roger's desk, he got called away to talk to a customer. A new sales manager came up and said that since Roger was busy with the customer, he would be working with me for a while. He presented me with a piece of paper saying that the price of the car was $5999 (I can't remember the exact number, but it was within $5 of $6000). I told him that the other sales manager had promised me a price of $5000. He said that the extra $1000 was for the fees and taxes. I told him that I would buy the car for $5500, plus a new windshield (the car needed a new windshield), even though the original price I had been quoted was $5000 (which was to include taxes and a warranty). I also asked him about a warranty, and he said that the car would be sold "as-is." I said that I didn't want to get the car off the lot and take it to my mechanic and find out that something was terribly wrong with it, and the sales manager said "We aren't that kind of dealership."

After I signed the paperwork, Roger returned. I said that I was amazed that I had gotten such a great deal. Roger said that he had explained my situation to the sales manager and that the sales manager had a "soft spot," so he had given me a big discount. Roger also told me that the sticker price on the car had been $11,800!

After an hour of waiting for my windshield to be replaced in Brandon Dodge's waiting room, Roger came to tell me that the shop at the dealership was already closed, and didn't open again until Monday. I was supposed to pick up the Jeep on Monday, but Roger told me that the part wasn't in yet, so I had to pick it up on Tuesday. Tuesday was Roger's day off, but he told me that I "had a friend in the car business" and he would come in so that I could pick up my Jeep.

On Tuesday, I picked up my Jeep and signed my Camry over to Brandon Dodge. I drove the Jeep home. Ten minutes later, the car wouldn't start. I tried several times and it still wouldn't start. I had the maintenance guy in our building bring out the car jumper and he tried to jump the car. Unfortunately, we discovered that the problem was not the battery. I called Roger and left him a voicemail, but he never called back. Then I called Brandon Dodge and talked to a sales manager named Jeff Miller. Jeff said he would call me back.

An hour and a half later, I still hadn't heard from Jeff, and I went outside to try to start my Jeep again. Miraculously, it started, and I drove it directly to my trusted (AAA and BBB approved) auto shop. Once it got to the shop, it wouldn't start again. They looked at it, discovered that the problem wasn't the battery or alternator, and told me that they would need to keep it overnight.

The owner of the shop called Brandon Dodge himself. He spoke to the repair shop first and asked if they had replaced the fuel pump. They said that they had replaced it, but they had taken it to a Mitsubishi dealership to have the fuel pump replaced (why they wouldn't just replace it in their own auto shop is beyond me). The owner of the shop then asked to speak to Jeff Miller, but Jeff wouldn't talk to him and said that he would call me.

Jeff Miller never called me back (and I never heard from Roger again). A sales manager named Ron Hood called me and left a voicemail saying that the car was sold "as-is" and that since there was no implied warranty they "cannot honor any repair". He said I could call him on Thursday if I would like and left his phone number.

My Jeep is currently at the shop, and they have discovered that it not only needs its fuel pump replaced but also needs its fuel line and tires replaced. I cannot believe that Brandon Dodge would sell me a car that needed $1400 in repairs when I told them that I was a student who knew nothing about cars and needed something functional and inexpensive. I trusted them and I shouldn't have.

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My 1995 Toyota Camry was falling apart, so I went car shopping on Saturday. I told my salesperson, Roger, and the used car sales manager (I don't know his name, but he had light green eyes and Roger would know his name) that I had two requirements for my car purchase: (1) I needed something inexpensive, and (2) I needed something that would last me through grad school (at least two years).

Roger and the used car sales manager talked me into looking at a 2005 Jeep Liberty with 127,000 miles, with the promise that they would sell it to me for $5000 plus my Camry, which included taxes. The used car sales manager also said that it would come with a warranty. I told them I had to think about it. The Blue Book said that the vehicle was worth $9500, so I returned to Brandon Dodge.

When I got back to Brandon Dodge, Roger took me on a test drive. I told him that I wondered why the previous owner had gotten rid of such a great car, and he said that since the car was a business car, once it hit 120,000 miles the owner could sell it and get a tax break.

When we returned to Roger's desk, he got called away to talk to a customer. A new sales manager came up and said that since Roger was busy with the customer, he would be working with me for a while. He presented me with a piece of paper saying that the price of the car was $5999 (I can't remember the exact number, but it was within $5 of $6000). I told him that the other sales manager had promised me a price of $5000. He said that the extra $1000 was for the fees and taxes. I told him that I would buy the car for $5500, plus a new windshield (the car needed a new windshield), even though the original price I had been quoted was $5000 (which was to include taxes and a warranty). I also asked him about a warranty, and he said that the car would be sold "as-is." I said that I didn't want to get the car off the lot and take it to my mechanic and find out that something was terribly wrong with it, and the sales manager said "We aren't that kind of dealership."

After I signed the paperwork, Roger returned. I said that I was amazed that I had gotten such a great deal. Roger said that he had explained my situation to the sales manager and that the sales manager had a "soft spot," so he had given me a big discount. Roger also told me that the sticker price on the car had been $11,800!

After an hour of waiting for my windshield to be replaced in Brandon Dodge's waiting room, Roger came to tell me that the shop at the dealership was already closed, and didn't open again until Monday. I was supposed to pick up the Jeep on Monday, but Roger told me that the part wasn't in yet, so I had to pick it up on Tuesday. Tuesday was Roger's day off, but he told me that I "had a friend in the car business" and he would come in so that I could pick up my Jeep.

On Tuesday, I picked up my Jeep and signed my Camry over to Brandon Dodge. I drove the Jeep home. Ten minutes later, the car wouldn't start. I tried several times and it still wouldn't start. I had the maintenance guy in our building bring out the car jumper and he tried to jump the car. Unfortunately, we discovered that the problem was not the battery. I called Roger and left him a voicemail, but he never called back. Then I called Brandon Dodge and talked to a sales manager named Jeff Miller. Jeff said he would call me back.

An hour and a half later, I still hadn't heard from Jeff, and I went outside to try to start my Jeep again. Miraculously, it started, and I drove it directly to my trusted (AAA and BBB approved) auto shop. Once it got to the shop, it wouldn't start again. They looked at it, discovered that the problem wasn't the battery or alternator, and told me that they would need to keep it overnight.

The owner of the shop called Brandon Dodge himself. He spoke to the repair shop first and asked if they had replaced the fuel pump. They said that they had replaced it, but they had taken it to a Mitsubishi dealership to have the fuel pump replaced (why they wouldn't just replace it in their own auto shop is beyond me). The owner of the shop then asked to speak to Jeff Miller, but Jeff wouldn't talk to him and said that he would call me.

Jeff Miller never called me back (and I never heard from Roger again). A sales manager named Ron Hood called me and left a voicemail saying that the car was sold "as-is" and that since there was no implied warranty they "cannot honor any repair". He said I could call him on Thursday if I would like and left his phone number.

My Jeep is currently at the shop, and they have discovered that it not only needs its fuel pump replaced but also needs its fuel line and tires replaced. I cannot believe that Brandon Dodge would sell me a car that needed $1400 in repairs when I told them that I was a student who knew nothing about cars and needed something functional and inexpensive. I trusted them and I shouldn't have.

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This was the best car buying experience ever! From the beginning to taking my new truck home the whole experience was awesome. I bought a charger from their a few years back and that experience was awful , but Broadway dodge is in my community so I thought id give them one more chance. Good thing I did!! Its under new ownership, and every one is so friendly and helpful they made the whole process so easy. It might sound crazy but I actually had a good time buying my truck, they didn?t pressure me, gave me all the information I requested, They were honest and upfront I really appreciate every thing they did for me! Keep up the good work!! And ill definitely be sending all my friends and family to you guys!!

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This was the best car buying experience ever! From the beginning to taking my new truck home the whole experience was awesome. I bought a charger from their a few years back and that experience was awful , but Broadway dodge is in my community so I thought id give them one more chance. Good thing I did!! Its under new ownership, and every one is so friendly and helpful they made the whole process so easy. It might sound crazy but I actually had a good time buying my truck, they didn?t pressure me, gave me all the information I requested, They were honest and upfront I really appreciate every thing they did for me! Keep up the good work!! And ill definitely be sending all my friends and family to you guys!!

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After reading the previous reviews I was a little skeptical of this dealership. But, living close to Broadway I saw the dealership had a new title (previously Broadway Dodge) and thought I'd take a look as I was planning to upgrade to a new truck. The selection on the lot was a little overwhelming, but after wandering around in the Ram section I was greeted by a salesman. I have specific needs in a truck and after listening a moment the salesman took me to a few Rams that perfectly fit my description. We went for a test drive and the truck was ideal but I knew the next step is always the worst. \n\nI sat down in the showroom and prepared for the 'typical' car buying experience where, after a little bit of looking and a test drive, I'm immediately sweating from an intense sales pitch and bargaining process. Brandon Dodge eliminated those expectations when I layed out my specific options and they countered by explaining their cost of the truck. The salesman was not looking to nickel and dime me and I ended up paying a price I felt good about (and still am pleased after continuing to look at prices online). They were more focused on my buying experience (low key sales pitch, clear pricing explanations) than trying to get me to finance through their Credit Union or add unnecessary and unwanted features.\n\nI would definitely recommend purchasing from Brandon Dodge. Buying my truck was considerably less stressful than my previous experiences and I'm very pleased to not have any second thoughts about my purchase.

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After reading the previous reviews I was a little skeptical of this dealership. But, living close to Broadway I saw the dealership had a new title (previously Broadway Dodge) and thought I'd take a look as I was planning to upgrade to a new truck. The selection on the lot was a little overwhelming, but after wandering around in the Ram section I was greeted by a salesman. I have specific needs in a truck and after listening a moment the salesman took me to a few Rams that perfectly fit my description. We went for a test drive and the truck was ideal but I knew the next step is always the worst. \n\nI sat down in the showroom and prepared for the 'typical' car buying experience where, after a little bit of looking and a test drive, I'm immediately sweating from an intense sales pitch and bargaining process. Brandon Dodge eliminated those expectations when I layed out my specific options and they countered by explaining their cost of the truck. The salesman was not looking to nickel and dime me and I ended up paying a price I felt good about (and still am pleased after continuing to look at prices online). They were more focused on my buying experience (low key sales pitch, clear pricing explanations) than trying to get me to finance through their Credit Union or add unnecessary and unwanted features.\n\nI would definitely recommend purchasing from Brandon Dodge. Buying my truck was considerably less stressful than my previous experiences and I'm very pleased to not have any second thoughts about my purchase.

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Broadway Dodge Service Department is horrible. I would never recommend them to anyone. Not only do they propagate additional problems into your vehicle when serviced, they refuse to repair, or even acknowledge problems when they are sitting in the vehicle with you on a test drive! There?s no point in escalating your problems to management, because they too are incompetent. My vehicle was in the shop on 3 different occasions to address 3 mechanical issues (now 4). 1 was fixed while another was created during a ?rapid response? repair. Not to mention the other 2 issues which were present, and re-produced upwards of 30 times on my 4th visit to meet with Joe Altmix (the Service Department Manager). This clown insisted he couldn?t hear the problems even though it was reproduced in front of him so many times! How anyone can tell you to your face that a problem doesn?t exist when you prove it to them in person time and time again, I don?t know. Take your business elsewhere if you value your time and expect results.

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Broadway Dodge Service Department is horrible. I would never recommend them to anyone. Not only do they propagate additional problems into your vehicle when serviced, they refuse to repair, or even acknowledge problems when they are sitting in the vehicle with you on a test drive! There?s no point in escalating your problems to management, because they too are incompetent. My vehicle was in the shop on 3 different occasions to address 3 mechanical issues (now 4). 1 was fixed while another was created during a ?rapid response? repair. Not to mention the other 2 issues which were present, and re-produced upwards of 30 times on my 4th visit to meet with Joe Altmix (the Service Department Manager). This clown insisted he couldn?t hear the problems even though it was reproduced in front of him so many times! How anyone can tell you to your face that a problem doesn?t exist when you prove it to them in person time and time again, I don?t know. Take your business elsewhere if you value your time and expect results.

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First, they tell me my credit union will not write the loan for 72 months on a $50,000 truck. Their financing cost me 1? % more than my credit union. I found out the next day that this was a lie!\r\n\r\nSecond, when in a shop in Aurora, the shop ordered a new rim per the VIN number.The wrong rims were put on this truck by the dealer. (Steel in place of the more expensive aluminum) They proceeded to tell the shop that steel were better and more expensive! Another lie! It took Broadway Dodge 2 weeks to make good on the correct rims.\r\n\r\nLastly, I still have the window sticker. It was supposed to come equipped with tow hooks and 265/70/R17 tires. I am told by their sales manager, "" NO MATTER WHAT THE STICKER SAYS IN THE WINDOW, BRAND NEW VEHICLES COME AS IS."" furthermore, "" YOU MAY NOT HAVE ANY OF THE EQUIPMENT LISTED EVEN THOUGH YOU ARE CHARGED EXTRA FOR IT""\r\n\r\nI have been offered discounted parts by 2 of their employees. Now I see where their ""discounted parts"" come from. DISHONEST, LYING THIEVES. \r\n\r\nIt is a shame hardworking, honest Dodge dealers lost their businesses while these crooks are allowed to continue to rip off the public

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First, they tell me my credit union will not write the loan for 72 months on a $50,000 truck. Their financing cost me 1? % more than my credit union. I found out the next day that this was a lie!\r\n\r\nSecond, when in a shop in Aurora, the shop ordered a new rim per the VIN number.The wrong rims were put on this truck by the dealer. (Steel in place of the more expensive aluminum) They proceeded to tell the shop that steel were better and more expensive! Another lie! It took Broadway Dodge 2 weeks to make good on the correct rims.\r\n\r\nLastly, I still have the window sticker. It was supposed to come equipped with tow hooks and 265/70/R17 tires. I am told by their sales manager, "" NO MATTER WHAT THE STICKER SAYS IN THE WINDOW, BRAND NEW VEHICLES COME AS IS."" furthermore, "" YOU MAY NOT HAVE ANY OF THE EQUIPMENT LISTED EVEN THOUGH YOU ARE CHARGED EXTRA FOR IT""\r\n\r\nI have been offered discounted parts by 2 of their employees. Now I see where their ""discounted parts"" come from. DISHONEST, LYING THIEVES. \r\n\r\nIt is a shame hardworking, honest Dodge dealers lost their businesses while these crooks are allowed to continue to rip off the public

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On the 17th of Fed, i went to Broadway Dodge to look at a 82 volvo I drove it. It was ok. I put down 1000.00 and went to get in it and it wouldn't come out of park. So ask you might guess that was not the car for me. there was lots of stuff wrong with the car come to find out. so i test drove a few more cars and really i didn't like any of them. so they said they would give my money back and i let after giving them a copy of my credit card so they could give my money back so they said. monday is now here and they called me at work telling me my car was ready. I said i didn't want the car and they told me to bad. I went down there asked them what happen to them giving me my money back and they said oh they would put my money on the next car i got from them. i said i didn't want a car from them and they told me too bad. so now i have had to call the visa people and a lawyer. so to all you about to go to broadway dodge Have fun.....

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On the 17th of Fed, i went to Broadway Dodge to look at a 82 volvo I drove it. It was ok. I put down 1000.00 and went to get in it and it wouldn't come out of park. So ask you might guess that was not the car for me. there was lots of stuff wrong with the car come to find out. so i test drove a few more cars and really i didn't like any of them. so they said they would give my money back and i let after giving them a copy of my credit card so they could give my money back so they said. monday is now here and they called me at work telling me my car was ready. I said i didn't want the car and they told me to bad. I went down there asked them what happen to them giving me my money back and they said oh they would put my money on the next car i got from them. i said i didn't want a car from them and they told me too bad. so now i have had to call the visa people and a lawyer. so to all you about to go to broadway dodge Have fun.....

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Our experience was fantastic. Grandpa Jack was very professional in every aspect of our car buying experience. You think when you pull up to a dealership, ok how many people are going to run towards me to try to sell me a car. What kind of

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Our experience was fantastic. Grandpa Jack was very professional in every aspect of our car buying experience. You think when you pull up to a dealership, ok how many people are going to run towards me to try to sell me a car. What kind of

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Amazing experience and hospitality!!! Very personal and made today easy and fun! Thank you very much!!!

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Amazing experience and hospitality!!! Very personal and made today easy and fun! Thank you very much!!!

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I 'd just like to thank the guys at Brandon Dodge on Broadway for being so accommodating when I stopped by to do some car-shopping. I'm really happy with the car I drove away with!

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I 'd just like to thank the guys at Brandon Dodge on Broadway for being so accommodating when I stopped by to do some car-shopping. I'm really happy with the car I drove away with!

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It feels good to have my car restored. I've been to other repair shops to have my transmission fixed with the same result. It gets broken all over again. Brandon Dodge really makes smooth and calculated repairs.

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It feels good to have my car restored. I've been to other repair shops to have my transmission fixed with the same result. It gets broken all over again. Brandon Dodge really makes smooth and calculated repairs.

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Excellent work Jim Shadrick thank you for your time and knowledge!!

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Excellent work Jim Shadrick thank you for your time and knowledge!!

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Matt Dier was a great help. He listened to what I wanted and got me into a Dodge Journey I wanted and I will highly recommend him to friends and family. Thanks Matt for all your help!!!!!!! :) :)

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Matt Dier was a great help. He listened to what I wanted and got me into a Dodge Journey I wanted and I will highly recommend him to friends and family. Thanks Matt for all your help!!!!!!! :) :)

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Brandon Dodge On Broadway has been our partner with dealing with vehicles that our company uses for commercial purposes. They have constantly provided us with high quality brand new Dodge vehicles. They have given us the best deals ever

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Brandon Dodge On Broadway has been our partner with dealing with vehicles that our company uses for commercial purposes. They have constantly provided us with high quality brand new Dodge vehicles. They have given us the best deals ever

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Fantastic experience from beginning to end. Great customer service from our sales rep Jesse billings & Ernie Dorrance as well as the manager Jeff miller. I will definitely be coming back to them for more business and sending them referrals!

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Fantastic experience from beginning to end. Great customer service from our sales rep Jesse billings & Ernie Dorrance as well as the manager Jeff miller. I will definitely be coming back to them for more business and sending them referrals!

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Transmissions, tires, airbags, suspensions and accessories. I could go on and on but Brandon Dodge on Broadway has all of them. With the addition of an excellent and expert staff, the experience is quite what you never expect... just

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Transmissions, tires, airbags, suspensions and accessories. I could go on and on but Brandon Dodge on Broadway has all of them. With the addition of an excellent and expert staff, the experience is quite what you never expect... just

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I got a coupon online for an ERG System Service and I'm very happy with the outcome. The technicians did a great job working on my Chrysler though the service was of a lesser value, it felt like I paid for full amount because of the

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I got a coupon online for an ERG System Service and I'm very happy with the outcome. The technicians did a great job working on my Chrysler though the service was of a lesser value, it felt like I paid for full amount because of the

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I came with my best friend for a used car for her and Ernie and Tyler were amazing and very willing to help. Not only did she get the car she wanted out of all Car Dealerships in Colorado I have been to after they run my credit it is

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I came with my best friend for a used car for her and Ernie and Tyler were amazing and very willing to help. Not only did she get the car she wanted out of all Car Dealerships in Colorado I have been to after they run my credit it is

 

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