Ancira Nissan

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  • 10835 Ih 10 W

    San Antonio, TX 78230

    Cross street: IH 10 West Between Wurzbach and Huebner

    Map & Directions
  • 210-558-5001

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I prefer Ancira Nissan as the best car dealers in the San Antonio, and no, I am not affiliated with or being paid to say this by the company. We were looking to purchase a new SUV and these guys have been nothing but helpful, honest, and

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I prefer Ancira Nissan as the best car dealers in the San Antonio, and no, I am not affiliated with or being paid to say this by the company. We were looking to purchase a new SUV and these guys have been nothing but helpful, honest, and

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Ancira NIssan was extraordinarily wonderful to deal with. Clarity, comfort, no Bias and always helpful. These guys have a great selection. Really, what else can be said about a car dealership with this kind of service? I highly recommend

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Ancira NIssan was extraordinarily wonderful to deal with. Clarity, comfort, no Bias and always helpful. These guys have a great selection. Really, what else can be said about a car dealership with this kind of service? I highly recommend

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They made me feel like a family and were so helpful and kind. They even walked into the street when I backed my car out to help me pull out safely!!! Absolutely the best experience Ive had in car service, even if it was brief. From now

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They made me feel like a family and were so helpful and kind. They even walked into the street when I backed my car out to help me pull out safely!!! Absolutely the best experience Ive had in car service, even if it was brief. From now

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I've only had one experience with Ancira Nissan so far but I'll never take my car anywhere else now. As a woman, I've always felt that mechanics/repair shops took advantage of me and after having their team diagnose my car's issues, I'm

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I've only had one experience with Ancira Nissan so far but I'll never take my car anywhere else now. As a woman, I've always felt that mechanics/repair shops took advantage of me and after having their team diagnose my car's issues, I'm

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DISHONEST DEALERSHIP! I RECEIVED A WRITTEN QUOTE FROM ANCIRA AND WAS READY TO BEGIN THE PAPERWORK AND TAKE DELIVERY OF A NEW CAR. DURING THE LAST HOUR OF THE DEAL, I WAS TOLD THERE WOULD BE AN ADDITIONAL $1000 ADDED TO THE PRICE. WHEN I

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DISHONEST DEALERSHIP! I RECEIVED A WRITTEN QUOTE FROM ANCIRA AND WAS READY TO BEGIN THE PAPERWORK AND TAKE DELIVERY OF A NEW CAR. DURING THE LAST HOUR OF THE DEAL, I WAS TOLD THERE WOULD BE AN ADDITIONAL $1000 ADDED TO THE PRICE. WHEN I

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Got a 2013 Nissan Frontier S from Ancira Nissan last month. They were all very helpful and straight forward, and also offered me a good price. Courteous to answer all of my questions and concerns after I took the car home. I will recommend

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Got a 2013 Nissan Frontier S from Ancira Nissan last month. They were all very helpful and straight forward, and also offered me a good price. Courteous to answer all of my questions and concerns after I took the car home. I will recommend

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I purchased an Altima after shopping pretty hard for price. I was verbally quoted a figure and then happily began the purchase paperwork process. This is where I failed to be a good consumer. I did not closely review the ""Worksheet"" they presented me. It contains numerous fees, costs, etc. for the vehicle I was purchasing. It took hours for all paperwork to be completed and I was in a hurry to make a meeting, my bad. \n\nBottom line, the actual cost to me was almost $1000 more than I was quoted. This was due to two things, additional/questionalble fees and just not meeting the verbally quoted price. For example, the salesman told me I was going to get my windows etched with the VIN, no mention of cost to me. Now I find that there is a $149 charge for etching and it is mandatory. What? Why was this not part of the price I was quoted?\n\nMore to my dissappointment, when I return to the dealer to discuss the issue with the new car manager, they politely stated that I signed the contract so too bad (not those words.) No offer of even a free oil change.\n\nAdditionally, shopping at this dealer did not feel ""right"". The feeling I got was that they cared about one thing, making money. In this regard, a few days after the sale, they called saying it was a satisfaction survey but you could tell from the call that all they were interested in was getting my email address. I understand profit motive but a good dealership is going to care, at least a little, about their customer. I should add that the used car manager seemed to be the only decent individual there.\n\nIn closing, if you are looking for either a good price or pleasant shopping experience, DO NOT PURCHASE FROM ANCIRA NISSAN.\n

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I purchased an Altima after shopping pretty hard for price. I was verbally quoted a figure and then happily began the purchase paperwork process. This is where I failed to be a good consumer. I did not closely review the ""Worksheet"" they presented me. It contains numerous fees, costs, etc. for the vehicle I was purchasing. It took hours for all paperwork to be completed and I was in a hurry to make a meeting, my bad. \n\nBottom line, the actual cost to me was almost $1000 more than I was quoted. This was due to two things, additional/questionalble fees and just not meeting the verbally quoted price. For example, the salesman told me I was going to get my windows etched with the VIN, no mention of cost to me. Now I find that there is a $149 charge for etching and it is mandatory. What? Why was this not part of the price I was quoted?\n\nMore to my dissappointment, when I return to the dealer to discuss the issue with the new car manager, they politely stated that I signed the contract so too bad (not those words.) No offer of even a free oil change.\n\nAdditionally, shopping at this dealer did not feel ""right"". The feeling I got was that they cared about one thing, making money. In this regard, a few days after the sale, they called saying it was a satisfaction survey but you could tell from the call that all they were interested in was getting my email address. I understand profit motive but a good dealership is going to care, at least a little, about their customer. I should add that the used car manager seemed to be the only decent individual there.\n\nIn closing, if you are looking for either a good price or pleasant shopping experience, DO NOT PURCHASE FROM ANCIRA NISSAN.\n

 

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