The Autobarn City Volkswagen

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This rating reflects the service department. I have no experience with the sales portion.

The service department charged me for replacing my car stereo in a 2004 jetta. When I got the car, noticed that the stereo had the same presets, same broken cd player, and same serial number. They never replaced it.

They also broke one of the radiator fan brackets that holds the fan to the radiator, they tried glueing it together after they broke it. The glue didn't hold and it ended up breaking the radiator.

It's been a nightmare dealing with the service rep and service manager.

Wouldn't wish the experience upon my worst enemy.

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★☆☆☆☆

This rating reflects the service department. I have no experience with the sales portion.

The service department charged me for replacing my car stereo in a 2004 jetta. When I got the car, noticed that the stereo had the same presets, same broken cd player, and same serial number. They never replaced it.

They also broke one of the radiator fan brackets that holds the fan to the radiator, they tried glueing it together after they broke it. The glue didn't hold and it ended up breaking the radiator.

It's been a nightmare dealing with the service rep and service manager.

Wouldn't wish the experience upon my worst enemy.

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I wasn't really in the market for buying a new car until my 2004 VW Cabrio started acting up. I met with Kamila, who was very friendly and quite knowledgeable on a vast array of different Volkswagens. I thought I wanted a Passat, until I did more extensive research and realized that I was drawn to the "Tiguan," VW's compact SUV.

I didn't want to make the same mistake I did when buying my first car, so I was extremely careful in researching, test-driving and speaking with different dealerships comparing the point of differencea between vehicles. I was contemplating between the Nissan Rogue, the Toyota Rav4 and the VW Tiguan, all of which are quite reputable, but stylishly different. I knew I was still a VW kind of guy, so I knew that's what I wanted.

Kamila emailed me and called me a couple times within the process, but I had my heart set on a Candy White Tiguan in my hometown, Minneapolis. It was the ONLY 2010 White Tiguan in the midwest with All-Wheel-Drive, Panoramic sunroof and full navigation system. I had my parents look at the car, was emailing the dealership back and fourth, all the while why Kamila was here in Chicago asking what she could do for me. She notified me that she had a "White-Gold Metallic" Tiguan with all the bells and whistles, but I was so dead-set on the White Tiguan in MN that I wasn't even paying her any mind.

As the days passed and the 0% APR with the 3 years free maintenance promotion was coming to an end, I had to make my decision quickly. I was so close to half-hazardly buying the white one in Minneapolis, but they were so stingy on cutting me any deals that I was a tad reluctant on making such a big decision so hastily. After all, I did my research, on Edmunds, Truecar and several other sites, and found that people were paying close to two-grand less than what MN was trying to sell it to me for. That's when I got the call....

Kamila's manager Tye called me and asked what it would take to get me in their dealership in order for me to drive home in a Tiguan. I spit out a number that I felt was fair judging from my research, and he asked me to stop on in to take another look. Unlike the VW dealership in MN, they seemed very interested in getting my business, and very accommodating to what I wanted, all without being pushy, gross or overly aggressive.

Long story short, the "White Gold Metallic' car was gorgeous, it had all the bells and whistles, additional add-ins and was given to me at a price that I could NOT refuse. Kamila was very friendly, made me feel very comfortable and was extremely patient and accommodating throughout the entire process. I was very impressed by her and her manager Tye's professionalism throughout the sale, as well as the paperwork process in the loan department. Kamila took her time with me (after all, it was around 10:30 pm on a Monday night, and I knew she was there the ENTIRE day) and explained all of the cars' functions after all the paperwork had gone through. She had even followed up with me via email and by phone to make sure that I was happy with everything!

I love my Tiguan and am extremely happy with Kamila and the entire Volkswagen Sales Department for making my car-buying experience such a positive one! i will definitely send all of my family, friends and clients to this dealership without question. 100% satisfied and totally happy! Thanks Kamila and Tye!

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★★★★★

I wasn't really in the market for buying a new car until my 2004 VW Cabrio started acting up. I met with Kamila, who was very friendly and quite knowledgeable on a vast array of different Volkswagens. I thought I wanted a Passat, until I did more extensive research and realized that I was drawn to the "Tiguan," VW's compact SUV.

I didn't want to make the same mistake I did when buying my first car, so I was extremely careful in researching, test-driving and speaking with different dealerships comparing the point of differencea between vehicles. I was contemplating between the Nissan Rogue, the Toyota Rav4 and the VW Tiguan, all of which are quite reputable, but stylishly different. I knew I was still a VW kind of guy, so I knew that's what I wanted.

Kamila emailed me and called me a couple times within the process, but I had my heart set on a Candy White Tiguan in my hometown, Minneapolis. It was the ONLY 2010 White Tiguan in the midwest with All-Wheel-Drive, Panoramic sunroof and full navigation system. I had my parents look at the car, was emailing the dealership back and fourth, all the while why Kamila was here in Chicago asking what she could do for me. She notified me that she had a "White-Gold Metallic" Tiguan with all the bells and whistles, but I was so dead-set on the White Tiguan in MN that I wasn't even paying her any mind.

As the days passed and the 0% APR with the 3 years free maintenance promotion was coming to an end, I had to make my decision quickly. I was so close to half-hazardly buying the white one in Minneapolis, but they were so stingy on cutting me any deals that I was a tad reluctant on making such a big decision so hastily. After all, I did my research, on Edmunds, Truecar and several other sites, and found that people were paying close to two-grand less than what MN was trying to sell it to me for. That's when I got the call....

Kamila's manager Tye called me and asked what it would take to get me in their dealership in order for me to drive home in a Tiguan. I spit out a number that I felt was fair judging from my research, and he asked me to stop on in to take another look. Unlike the VW dealership in MN, they seemed very interested in getting my business, and very accommodating to what I wanted, all without being pushy, gross or overly aggressive.

Long story short, the "White Gold Metallic' car was gorgeous, it had all the bells and whistles, additional add-ins and was given to me at a price that I could NOT refuse. Kamila was very friendly, made me feel very comfortable and was extremely patient and accommodating throughout the entire process. I was very impressed by her and her manager Tye's professionalism throughout the sale, as well as the paperwork process in the loan department. Kamila took her time with me (after all, it was around 10:30 pm on a Monday night, and I knew she was there the ENTIRE day) and explained all of the cars' functions after all the paperwork had gone through. She had even followed up with me via email and by phone to make sure that I was happy with everything!

I love my Tiguan and am extremely happy with Kamila and the entire Volkswagen Sales Department for making my car-buying experience such a positive one! i will definitely send all of my family, friends and clients to this dealership without question. 100% satisfied and totally happy! Thanks Kamila and Tye!

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this is reponse to todd b
my name is gene tomlin
i have been at this dealership for about 3 1/2 years and with vw since 1980
some of you reading this may know me or maybe your family has bought cars from me in the past
i'm sure you all can point out at least one individual that has wronged you but could not say anything for fear of your job
i can not sit back and allow partial truths and fabrications against me go unanswered
the terms sleasy scumbag and crook are offensive to me , my family,my employer and my brand
the email posted was indeed written by me but the previous 23 ( i printed and counted ) were never mentioned
i would inform anybody out there that wants to make sure they don't have to deal with this guy, but of course he has already threatened me with his lawyer
the 23 previous emails clearly stated our complete pricing on this passat which he acknowledged more than two or three times
i have many satisfied customers that come over to say hello when they 're in for service or free car wash
i have sold and delivered many vehicles to happy customers all over the country and quite frankly all over the world
thank you for reading this
gene tomlin

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★★★★★

this is reponse to todd b
my name is gene tomlin
i have been at this dealership for about 3 1/2 years and with vw since 1980
some of you reading this may know me or maybe your family has bought cars from me in the past
i'm sure you all can point out at least one individual that has wronged you but could not say anything for fear of your job
i can not sit back and allow partial truths and fabrications against me go unanswered
the terms sleasy scumbag and crook are offensive to me , my family,my employer and my brand
the email posted was indeed written by me but the previous 23 ( i printed and counted ) were never mentioned
i would inform anybody out there that wants to make sure they don't have to deal with this guy, but of course he has already threatened me with his lawyer
the 23 previous emails clearly stated our complete pricing on this passat which he acknowledged more than two or three times
i have many satisfied customers that come over to say hello when they 're in for service or free car wash
i have sold and delivered many vehicles to happy customers all over the country and quite frankly all over the world
thank you for reading this
gene tomlin

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This review concerns their used car department, I have no experience with their new car staff or their service department.

They're simply put, in my opinion, a bunch of sleazy scumbags. I actually had two dealings in about a 3 week period. It started when I was looking at some of the passats in their inventory. Gene emailed me back and we went back and forth over several emails on different cars. My fiance and I went down to check one out and they did the old 'we just sold it sorry'. So we looked around and saw another that we liked. Long story short, they refused to drop down off sticker even 1 dollar and they offered less then half the trade in value we'd been offered at other dealers. When I asked them if they could come up at all I was told 'if you think you can do better, sell it yourself' - I left

Round 2, Gene stayed in contact through email and sent me another vehicle with a decent price. We went down yet again to check it out. It was beat up inside but the price was good. My one problem were the 17inch summer tires on it, I live in Chicago and this would be a daily driver. This means I'd have to replace them before winter at considerable expense. Gene said if I wanted they'd be happy to put on a set of 16 inch wheels with new tires. I said great. He comes back and says they're going to switch newish tires with another used car. 9/32 depth rear, 7/32 fronts. Even though he said new 5 minutes earlier, that's still pretty good but i wanted to see them. I go out and the front tires are obviously 70% or more used up. I say so and ask to see a depth meter. Gene tells me 'the paper says 7/32' I tell him I don't care what it says, I know tires and if these are 7/32 i'll eat my hat. He gets mad and says this is what they can do, i say fine just get me a depth gauge so i can confirm the depth and it's not a problem. He refuses to, tells me no one is in service (keep in mind it's Saturday at 4 and their service bays are open to 6) and then backs off and starts with 'the tires on the car passed certification, we don't have to do this' yadda yadda - keep in mind he refused to verify the tire depth he told me. Scary. At this point we'd invested 2 hours, so I said fine see what you can do on price and what rate you can get me on the loan. He comes back after 10 minutes and tells me we're approved for a low rate and with the sticker and the $1500+ warranty it's X dollars. I didn't want the warranty. I ask him if he can come down on price, he says no not a single dollar off sticker. I tell him I didn't want the warranty and he tells me I have to get the warranty or i don't get the 'special price.' he never mentioned this before. Although in the emails he indicated the cost of the warranty he never said the car price was contingent on it although he had ample time. The non warranty price was several thousand more. I left and got 2 condescending calls from the used service manager trying to do damage control.

Like I said, in my opinion they're crooks. Stay away.

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★☆☆☆☆

This review concerns their used car department, I have no experience with their new car staff or their service department.

They're simply put, in my opinion, a bunch of sleazy scumbags. I actually had two dealings in about a 3 week period. It started when I was looking at some of the passats in their inventory. Gene emailed me back and we went back and forth over several emails on different cars. My fiance and I went down to check one out and they did the old 'we just sold it sorry'. So we looked around and saw another that we liked. Long story short, they refused to drop down off sticker even 1 dollar and they offered less then half the trade in value we'd been offered at other dealers. When I asked them if they could come up at all I was told 'if you think you can do better, sell it yourself' - I left

Round 2, Gene stayed in contact through email and sent me another vehicle with a decent price. We went down yet again to check it out. It was beat up inside but the price was good. My one problem were the 17inch summer tires on it, I live in Chicago and this would be a daily driver. This means I'd have to replace them before winter at considerable expense. Gene said if I wanted they'd be happy to put on a set of 16 inch wheels with new tires. I said great. He comes back and says they're going to switch newish tires with another used car. 9/32 depth rear, 7/32 fronts. Even though he said new 5 minutes earlier, that's still pretty good but i wanted to see them. I go out and the front tires are obviously 70% or more used up. I say so and ask to see a depth meter. Gene tells me 'the paper says 7/32' I tell him I don't care what it says, I know tires and if these are 7/32 i'll eat my hat. He gets mad and says this is what they can do, i say fine just get me a depth gauge so i can confirm the depth and it's not a problem. He refuses to, tells me no one is in service (keep in mind it's Saturday at 4 and their service bays are open to 6) and then backs off and starts with 'the tires on the car passed certification, we don't have to do this' yadda yadda - keep in mind he refused to verify the tire depth he told me. Scary. At this point we'd invested 2 hours, so I said fine see what you can do on price and what rate you can get me on the loan. He comes back after 10 minutes and tells me we're approved for a low rate and with the sticker and the $1500+ warranty it's X dollars. I didn't want the warranty. I ask him if he can come down on price, he says no not a single dollar off sticker. I tell him I didn't want the warranty and he tells me I have to get the warranty or i don't get the 'special price.' he never mentioned this before. Although in the emails he indicated the cost of the warranty he never said the car price was contingent on it although he had ample time. The non warranty price was several thousand more. I left and got 2 condescending calls from the used service manager trying to do damage control.

Like I said, in my opinion they're crooks. Stay away.

Pros: ...thinking...nope

Cons: misleading sales, statements they refuse to validate

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i was looking online for a specific vehicle and saw that City Volkswagen had one in inventory. I sent an email and was contacted in just a few minutes. I asked a number of specific questions and heard back from Gene Tomlin with equally descriptive responses. I continued to look at other vehicles as I had a couple of weeks to nail something down.
Exactly one week later I received an email from Gene asking how I was doing and offered to answer any additional questions. I advised him that I lived out of state and would fly in if i were buying the car there, Dallas, Phoenix, wherever. He told me the car was priced right (it was) and that it was in good condition.
A few days went by and Gene said they had to get the car off the lot. I asked him if I could see the 170 point inspection that they completed on the car and he faxed it to me within minutes. It did have some normal maintenance issues that needed to be addressed and I appreciated that they were upfront. I asked what it would cost to do one of the jobs on the inspection and he emailed back an estimate. I called my mechanic and Gene was within $20 of the my mechanic's estimate.
Another thing to consider. I knew the car I was buying better than this dealership. They never lead me astray, never raised my eyebrows. And they responded to my specific email questions. The vast majority of dealers that I dealt with wanted to move their car at any cost and were less than honest and credible. They would tell you their car had side airbags when it didn't, tell you it had power windows when the photos clearly showed manual...............if you run into honesty issues like this you'd better steer clear from what might be under the hood, especially as a long distance buyer.
I bought the car on Jan 19 and flew into Chicago on Feb 6th. Gene picked me up at the airport just as I was giving a panhandler $6.........hey, I'm from Kansas!
I stopped off and bought us some breakfast (man you cats have a lot of Dunkin Donuts in Chicagoland) and went to the dealership. A lot of used cars outside and quite a few inside. I thought they were new they were so clean. Their dealership on the inside is quite large so don't be afraid to go shopping here in inclement weather for a new or pre-owned ride. It's very clean too.
The staff I met were very courteous and each of them thanked me for my business. We chatted for a few minutes about a number of things and looked at the car I bought online. I was surprised to see that it was cleaner and in better shape than the photos depicted. They brought it in overnight, out of the cold, and made sure the fluids were topped off and the tires were ready to roll.
I'll continue my relationship with Gene and the good people at City Volkwagen. I already have Gene on the line to find another car for me in the late Spring.
There are more buyers than you think that will take a flight to buy the right car. The guy sitting next to me on the plane, a football coach from NCAA IIA champion NW Missouri State, was flying in to buy a car too. And my brother flew to Chicago in the Fall to pick up his sled.
I absolutely hate dealing with car salespeople. But I will get back on plane and work with the good people at City Volkswagen anytime. Thanks Gene & team!

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★★★★★

i was looking online for a specific vehicle and saw that City Volkswagen had one in inventory. I sent an email and was contacted in just a few minutes. I asked a number of specific questions and heard back from Gene Tomlin with equally descriptive responses. I continued to look at other vehicles as I had a couple of weeks to nail something down.
Exactly one week later I received an email from Gene asking how I was doing and offered to answer any additional questions. I advised him that I lived out of state and would fly in if i were buying the car there, Dallas, Phoenix, wherever. He told me the car was priced right (it was) and that it was in good condition.
A few days went by and Gene said they had to get the car off the lot. I asked him if I could see the 170 point inspection that they completed on the car and he faxed it to me within minutes. It did have some normal maintenance issues that needed to be addressed and I appreciated that they were upfront. I asked what it would cost to do one of the jobs on the inspection and he emailed back an estimate. I called my mechanic and Gene was within $20 of the my mechanic's estimate.
Another thing to consider. I knew the car I was buying better than this dealership. They never lead me astray, never raised my eyebrows. And they responded to my specific email questions. The vast majority of dealers that I dealt with wanted to move their car at any cost and were less than honest and credible. They would tell you their car had side airbags when it didn't, tell you it had power windows when the photos clearly showed manual...............if you run into honesty issues like this you'd better steer clear from what might be under the hood, especially as a long distance buyer.
I bought the car on Jan 19 and flew into Chicago on Feb 6th. Gene picked me up at the airport just as I was giving a panhandler $6.........hey, I'm from Kansas!
I stopped off and bought us some breakfast (man you cats have a lot of Dunkin Donuts in Chicagoland) and went to the dealership. A lot of used cars outside and quite a few inside. I thought they were new they were so clean. Their dealership on the inside is quite large so don't be afraid to go shopping here in inclement weather for a new or pre-owned ride. It's very clean too.
The staff I met were very courteous and each of them thanked me for my business. We chatted for a few minutes about a number of things and looked at the car I bought online. I was surprised to see that it was cleaner and in better shape than the photos depicted. They brought it in overnight, out of the cold, and made sure the fluids were topped off and the tires were ready to roll.
I'll continue my relationship with Gene and the good people at City Volkwagen. I already have Gene on the line to find another car for me in the late Spring.
There are more buyers than you think that will take a flight to buy the right car. The guy sitting next to me on the plane, a football coach from NCAA IIA champion NW Missouri State, was flying in to buy a car too. And my brother flew to Chicago in the Fall to pick up his sled.
I absolutely hate dealing with car salespeople. But I will get back on plane and work with the good people at City Volkswagen anytime. Thanks Gene & team!

Pros: Terrific Service; Vehicle Condition Assessment on the Mark

Cons: they're 600 miles from my house; ;-)

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I recently bought a new Passat and had a wonderful experience. My sales person, Karmela, was extremely patient. I test drove several different models before choosing the car that was best for me. The sales people came off as being honest and caring. The general manager, Tye, even came out and personally spoke with me. He assured me that I had made the right decision. They seemed to be very knowledgeable about their product. They took the time to sit down and make sure that I had a monthly note that was low and fit my budget. I was and still am completely satisfied. My daughter will be 21 in a few months and I plan on purchasing her a new bettle. I will be back to City VW.

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★★★★★

I recently bought a new Passat and had a wonderful experience. My sales person, Karmela, was extremely patient. I test drove several different models before choosing the car that was best for me. The sales people came off as being honest and caring. The general manager, Tye, even came out and personally spoke with me. He assured me that I had made the right decision. They seemed to be very knowledgeable about their product. They took the time to sit down and make sure that I had a monthly note that was low and fit my budget. I was and still am completely satisfied. My daughter will be 21 in a few months and I plan on purchasing her a new bettle. I will be back to City VW.

Pros: They are patient and will work to get you a LOW monthly note.

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My life partner and I ordered a Jetta TDI car in February and put down a deposit. I asked the salesman the price range of the cars in February, he gave rough estimates based on regular Jettas, but I knew those were rough estimates.
In July I drove a test model and again asked the price. He looked at the sticker and said, "Lets, see this one is $24,190 - so there you go, 24,190" Because this was a new model and is hot I thought it was reasonable to pay sticker.

The car finally arrived in September. I drove it and said I wanted it and would come back the next day. I talked to 2 managers and a salesman the day I drove it.

When I came in the next day, the salesman, Bill was flanked with a really aggressive, unpleasant, bully manager named Jeff. After negotiating a trade in and working out a credit I received from VW, the manager says, "You know we're adding $2000 to the msrp, right?"
Uh...WRONG. How could I know that when I've been told something completely different.

The manager continued "We can sell it, and we can sell it for more, people want this car." - Maybe so, but this ambush technique is ridiculous - especially since I've been waiting for 7 months for the car.

That was the point I walked out - but here are a few other things that came up during the process that were just as offensive.
I had to field the most obnoxious and ignorant questions like:
Is your "friend" going to be on the title?
How are you related to her?
To use this credit you have to be a blood-relative (it was transferred from a family member to us - by the way, when we called VW corporate they couldn't have been nicer or more enlightened and had no problem with a "non-blood" relative using the credit - and recognized me as a relative)

Do you want to do business with people who are not forthright, sneaky and dishonest? I don't and I won't.
By, the way, I'm having no problem finding dealers who will sell to me for list price.

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★☆☆☆☆

My life partner and I ordered a Jetta TDI car in February and put down a deposit. I asked the salesman the price range of the cars in February, he gave rough estimates based on regular Jettas, but I knew those were rough estimates.
In July I drove a test model and again asked the price. He looked at the sticker and said, "Lets, see this one is $24,190 - so there you go, 24,190" Because this was a new model and is hot I thought it was reasonable to pay sticker.

The car finally arrived in September. I drove it and said I wanted it and would come back the next day. I talked to 2 managers and a salesman the day I drove it.

When I came in the next day, the salesman, Bill was flanked with a really aggressive, unpleasant, bully manager named Jeff. After negotiating a trade in and working out a credit I received from VW, the manager says, "You know we're adding $2000 to the msrp, right?"
Uh...WRONG. How could I know that when I've been told something completely different.

The manager continued "We can sell it, and we can sell it for more, people want this car." - Maybe so, but this ambush technique is ridiculous - especially since I've been waiting for 7 months for the car.

That was the point I walked out - but here are a few other things that came up during the process that were just as offensive.
I had to field the most obnoxious and ignorant questions like:
Is your "friend" going to be on the title?
How are you related to her?
To use this credit you have to be a blood-relative (it was transferred from a family member to us - by the way, when we called VW corporate they couldn't have been nicer or more enlightened and had no problem with a "non-blood" relative using the credit - and recognized me as a relative)

Do you want to do business with people who are not forthright, sneaky and dishonest? I don't and I won't.
By, the way, I'm having no problem finding dealers who will sell to me for list price.

Pros: great location in the city

Cons: they are dishonest and not worth your time

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I'm used to car sales people being dishonest and misrepresenting prices. However, when I request a quote, especially if I'm going 40 miles out of my way, I expect it to include the sale price of the car before tax, title, and license. Debbie quoted me several hundred dollars under competing dealerships over email and phone. She clearly stated that what she quoted was the selling price. I go down to her dealership, and we talk price, and all of a sudden she's adding in the standard destination fee. Excuse me, but that should've been included in the quote. When I spoke to the sales manager, I was told to go to another dealership because they'll have no trouble selling the car.

I have bought and sold many cars, and never before have they not been up front about something as simple as the destination charge. Sure, I've been hassled about doc fees and what have you...but in this day and age, with the internet being what it is, Debbie and City VW should know better. I suppose I should've known better, too.

These people are standard bait-and-switch sheisters.

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★☆☆☆☆

I'm used to car sales people being dishonest and misrepresenting prices. However, when I request a quote, especially if I'm going 40 miles out of my way, I expect it to include the sale price of the car before tax, title, and license. Debbie quoted me several hundred dollars under competing dealerships over email and phone. She clearly stated that what she quoted was the selling price. I go down to her dealership, and we talk price, and all of a sudden she's adding in the standard destination fee. Excuse me, but that should've been included in the quote. When I spoke to the sales manager, I was told to go to another dealership because they'll have no trouble selling the car.

I have bought and sold many cars, and never before have they not been up front about something as simple as the destination charge. Sure, I've been hassled about doc fees and what have you...but in this day and age, with the internet being what it is, Debbie and City VW should know better. I suppose I should've known better, too.

These people are standard bait-and-switch sheisters.

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We purchased a car about a year ago from City Volkswagen in Chicago. We drove over an hour and a half to get a vehicle that was advertised at a great price. The car was exactly as described. The transaction went smoothly and we were impressed with the level of service we received. We also just received a letter from City Volkswagen for our 1 year anniversary of owning the car. They were checking up on the car and making sure we are still satisfied. I thought that was a nice touch. I would highly recommend City Volkswagen to anyone.

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★★★★★

We purchased a car about a year ago from City Volkswagen in Chicago. We drove over an hour and a half to get a vehicle that was advertised at a great price. The car was exactly as described. The transaction went smoothly and we were impressed with the level of service we received. We also just received a letter from City Volkswagen for our 1 year anniversary of owning the car. They were checking up on the car and making sure we are still satisfied. I thought that was a nice touch. I would highly recommend City Volkswagen to anyone.

Pros: People were friendly and car was exactly as described

Cons: None

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Hi Everyone, The SalesPeople are Liars. They underprice cars and advertise them to only get you to come in. They have cars on their website and when you call they tell you its there and when you come in they Pretend to look for it And tell you "cars move fast" So DO NOT BUY OR BELIEVE THEM!!! The Service center may be ok.

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★☆☆☆☆

Hi Everyone, The SalesPeople are Liars. They underprice cars and advertise them to only get you to come in. They have cars on their website and when you call they tell you its there and when you come in they Pretend to look for it And tell you "cars move fast" So DO NOT BUY OR BELIEVE THEM!!! The Service center may be ok.

Pros: Service Dept and SWEET SECTSY VOICE RECEPTIONIST-Call

Cons: SALES DEPT. SALESMAN LIE

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