Roy Robinson Subaru

★★★★☆
  • 6001 33rd Ave NE

    Marysville, WA 98271

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  • 360-659-6237

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I had my 2002 chevy silverado 2500hd 6.0l vortec in for some work. I had some codes that i couldnt fix. I took it in and found out an o2 sensor and the intake phlume gasket was bad. So i went ahead and had your service department fix the issues. Work was done picked up the truck that night drove it home about 3 miles parked it and it sat till wednesday the 19 when i drove it to work down to northgate area, about 35 miles. Ran good, got off work, started the truck to seethe check engine light come on as i start to drive. I got home (check engine light on the whole time) pulled the code and it was a p0332 knock sensor low input. I searched the problem to find out it is a very commom well known problem to both gm and owners. I called yesterday and asked the service writter if the knock sensors going out were a known common problem he told me it was very common so when i asked him why it wasnt brought up to me that it was common and they should be replaced when they had everything tore apart he said "well when we suggest for people to fix other things they get mad. Well thats a great answer and in fact made me more upset. He said for them to fix it would be about $300-$350. I asked if he had the parts in stock. He checked and called me back and let me know his estimate was off a little bit barts alone were almost $350 plus an additional 3 hrs. Labor. I asked if there was anything they could do to help me out considering it was a known problem and they didnt address it, he said he would talk to his manager and call me back. I asked if just the manager would call me back. About 15 minutes later the manager calls me back. I tell him the issue and he states its not a known problem and if it were gm would put out a bulletin and they dont have one out, well turns out i checked when i got home and they do in fact have a bullitin out for this exact issue. He tells me there is nothing they will do to help me out cause they fixed everything i asked them too. I wrote a note and asked for ALL service bullitins to be checked and fixed well aparently they didnt do this either. So more or less the service manager Todd told me tough cookies if you want it fixed pay up and he also lied to be about the service bullitins. If you bring up my receipt it is also recomended to do about another $600-$800 in additional service tk the truck, and i also have an 06 tahoe that needs about $1500-$1800 worth of a 100k mile tune up and fluid flush, or possiably a trade on a new suburban. So over $300 labor costs you can thank todd for another $2000-$70,000 loss. I will never do another bit of service or spend a dime at your business again.n

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I had my 2002 chevy silverado 2500hd 6.0l vortec in for some work. I had some codes that i couldnt fix. I took it in and found out an o2 sensor and the intake phlume gasket was bad. So i went ahead and had your service department fix the issues. Work was done picked up the truck that night drove it home about 3 miles parked it and it sat till wednesday the 19 when i drove it to work down to northgate area, about 35 miles. Ran good, got off work, started the truck to seethe check engine light come on as i start to drive. I got home (check engine light on the whole time) pulled the code and it was a p0332 knock sensor low input. I searched the problem to find out it is a very commom well known problem to both gm and owners. I called yesterday and asked the service writter if the knock sensors going out were a known common problem he told me it was very common so when i asked him why it wasnt brought up to me that it was common and they should be replaced when they had everything tore apart he said "well when we suggest for people to fix other things they get mad. Well thats a great answer and in fact made me more upset. He said for them to fix it would be about $300-$350. I asked if he had the parts in stock. He checked and called me back and let me know his estimate was off a little bit barts alone were almost $350 plus an additional 3 hrs. Labor. I asked if there was anything they could do to help me out considering it was a known problem and they didnt address it, he said he would talk to his manager and call me back. I asked if just the manager would call me back. About 15 minutes later the manager calls me back. I tell him the issue and he states its not a known problem and if it were gm would put out a bulletin and they dont have one out, well turns out i checked when i got home and they do in fact have a bullitin out for this exact issue. He tells me there is nothing they will do to help me out cause they fixed everything i asked them too. I wrote a note and asked for ALL service bullitins to be checked and fixed well aparently they didnt do this either. So more or less the service manager Todd told me tough cookies if you want it fixed pay up and he also lied to be about the service bullitins. If you bring up my receipt it is also recomended to do about another $600-$800 in additional service tk the truck, and i also have an 06 tahoe that needs about $1500-$1800 worth of a 100k mile tune up and fluid flush, or possiably a trade on a new suburban. So over $300 labor costs you can thank todd for another $2000-$70,000 loss. I will never do another bit of service or spend a dime at your business again.n

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I had my 2002 chevy silverado 2500hd 6.0l vortec in for some work. I had some codes that i couldnt fix. I took it in and found out an o2 sensor and the intake phlume gasket was bad. So i went ahead and had your service department fix

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I had my 2002 chevy silverado 2500hd 6.0l vortec in for some work. I had some codes that i couldnt fix. I took it in and found out an o2 sensor and the intake phlume gasket was bad. So i went ahead and had your service department fix

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As our adventure towards considering a trade up to a newer Subaru Outback began last week, it surely wasnt without both thorough research and a long assortment of considerations before even making the trip to the only Subaru dealership we have ever dealt with numerous times in over 25 yrs ... that being Roy Robinson in Marysville. In all our experiences over two decades they, with all their staff, continue to be number one for us no matter whether we are seeking another vehicle, service, parts or body work necessitated by a careless driver.
In this instance we give special consideration and considerable kudos to Butch, Brady, Wayne, Jeramy, Christina, along with all the others (wish we knew all your names) we otherwise came to meet or merely taking the time to convey a friendly howdy-do.
Though we really dont believe anyone would go wrong with any of their sales staff... Then comes about a great big much appreciated THANK "YOU" to Mike Mauer. Without his knowledge, patience, understanding, coupled with the exceptional ability to present the highest of quality of expertise in presenting every aspect of information required to make our overall experience that day the best ever, we do not believe we would have been otherwise capable to make the informed decision that provided us with driving home our new Outback. He is most definitely a significant attribute in RR's staff, at least in our experience. As with most car shoppers its typically a stressful ordeal for the most part, but not so with Mike. He immediately took the air out of any anticipated pressure we arrived with.
Presenting not an inkling of pressure, along with an obvious honest desire to appease every question or concern with either an immediate forthright response (or being forthcoming as not knowing the answer whereby seeking out the answer) made the entire stay both pleasant and a considerable relief overall. Couldnt have asked for nor received any better. As most likely suspected.. our future vehicle requirements will surely again bring us back to RR and Mike.
THANK YOU EVERYONE>>>>

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As our adventure towards considering a trade up to a newer Subaru Outback began last week, it surely wasnt without both thorough research and a long assortment of considerations before even making the trip to the only Subaru dealership we have ever dealt with numerous times in over 25 yrs ... that being Roy Robinson in Marysville. In all our experiences over two decades they, with all their staff, continue to be number one for us no matter whether we are seeking another vehicle, service, parts or body work necessitated by a careless driver.
In this instance we give special consideration and considerable kudos to Butch, Brady, Wayne, Jeramy, Christina, along with all the others (wish we knew all your names) we otherwise came to meet or merely taking the time to convey a friendly howdy-do.
Though we really dont believe anyone would go wrong with any of their sales staff... Then comes about a great big much appreciated THANK "YOU" to Mike Mauer. Without his knowledge, patience, understanding, coupled with the exceptional ability to present the highest of quality of expertise in presenting every aspect of information required to make our overall experience that day the best ever, we do not believe we would have been otherwise capable to make the informed decision that provided us with driving home our new Outback. He is most definitely a significant attribute in RR's staff, at least in our experience. As with most car shoppers its typically a stressful ordeal for the most part, but not so with Mike. He immediately took the air out of any anticipated pressure we arrived with.
Presenting not an inkling of pressure, along with an obvious honest desire to appease every question or concern with either an immediate forthright response (or being forthcoming as not knowing the answer whereby seeking out the answer) made the entire stay both pleasant and a considerable relief overall. Couldnt have asked for nor received any better. As most likely suspected.. our future vehicle requirements will surely again bring us back to RR and Mike.
THANK YOU EVERYONE>>>>

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Randy Granger was great, zero pressure and very knowledgeable. This is my second car I've purchased from them in five years, I will be back again next time too. My girlfriend was in shock and didn't know it could be so pleasant, she is going to buy there too. Go the extra distance and try Roy Robinson you could walk away at any time if you're not satisfied, but I guarantee you will drive out of there with no remorse and feeling like you got what you wanted for less than you expected to pay with helpful staff. Awesome work guys! And thanks for my 2012 turbo Sonic! I love this car real world driving I get 40mpg :) and it's quick! Thanks again Randy I will buy from you again.

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Randy Granger was great, zero pressure and very knowledgeable. This is my second car I've purchased from them in five years, I will be back again next time too. My girlfriend was in shock and didn't know it could be so pleasant, she is going to buy there too. Go the extra distance and try Roy Robinson you could walk away at any time if you're not satisfied, but I guarantee you will drive out of there with no remorse and feeling like you got what you wanted for less than you expected to pay with helpful staff. Awesome work guys! And thanks for my 2012 turbo Sonic! I love this car real world driving I get 40mpg :) and it's quick! Thanks again Randy I will buy from you again.

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I've bought a car here and a few people in my family have as well. They are very fair with negotiations. Zero pressure - with none of the typical dealer number games. Hell they taught me how to drive a manual on the test drive. No

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I've bought a car here and a few people in my family have as well. They are very fair with negotiations. Zero pressure - with none of the typical dealer number games. Hell they taught me how to drive a manual on the test drive. No

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Bought a brand new Chevy from Roy Robinson back in May 2009. Two days later, I couldn't figure out how to use the A/C -- because it didn't have A/C. Of course, it was ADVERTISED as having A/C, which was one of the reasons I bought it over the similar blue model they had on their website. I brought in the ad and asked to speak to the manager. The salesman took the ad back to the manager and HE WOULDN'T EVEN COME OUT AND TALK TO ME. He sent the salesman out (who was clearly a little embarrassed) to tell me that this kind of thing happens all the time and there's nothing they could do. Again: the manager could not even be bothered to come out of his office to talk to me.
I called the BBB and filed a complaint, but because of the fine print on the paperwork there was nothing they could legally do. I didn't FULLY expect Roy Robinson to necessarily just install A/C, but a hearty apology and some sort of compensation would have sufficed. I got nothing.
After much ridiculous hullaballoo (not something one would expect to have to go through after spending $13,000 in an establishment), I finally called Chevrolet customer service and they were able to get Roy Robinson to agree to install the A/C "at cost." Not willing to get screwed again by this shady dealer, I called a different Chevy dealer and asked for the price to install A/C on my car. I was not surprised that Roy Robinson quoted me only $200 less, even though the labor for the job was well over $400. I spent the extra $200 and got the A/C installed by the second dealer AND had them do all my 30,000 mile servicing. Roy Robinson will never see a penny from me again. Avoid at all costs, they treat their customers like insects after the papers are signed (I am not the only person I know of who has had a bad experience with them)!!!

Save your money, time, energy, and sanity -- make the extra little bit of a drive to Everett or Mount Vernon.

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Bought a brand new Chevy from Roy Robinson back in May 2009. Two days later, I couldn't figure out how to use the A/C -- because it didn't have A/C. Of course, it was ADVERTISED as having A/C, which was one of the reasons I bought it over the similar blue model they had on their website. I brought in the ad and asked to speak to the manager. The salesman took the ad back to the manager and HE WOULDN'T EVEN COME OUT AND TALK TO ME. He sent the salesman out (who was clearly a little embarrassed) to tell me that this kind of thing happens all the time and there's nothing they could do. Again: the manager could not even be bothered to come out of his office to talk to me.
I called the BBB and filed a complaint, but because of the fine print on the paperwork there was nothing they could legally do. I didn't FULLY expect Roy Robinson to necessarily just install A/C, but a hearty apology and some sort of compensation would have sufficed. I got nothing.
After much ridiculous hullaballoo (not something one would expect to have to go through after spending $13,000 in an establishment), I finally called Chevrolet customer service and they were able to get Roy Robinson to agree to install the A/C "at cost." Not willing to get screwed again by this shady dealer, I called a different Chevy dealer and asked for the price to install A/C on my car. I was not surprised that Roy Robinson quoted me only $200 less, even though the labor for the job was well over $400. I spent the extra $200 and got the A/C installed by the second dealer AND had them do all my 30,000 mile servicing. Roy Robinson will never see a penny from me again. Avoid at all costs, they treat their customers like insects after the papers are signed (I am not the only person I know of who has had a bad experience with them)!!!

Save your money, time, energy, and sanity -- make the extra little bit of a drive to Everett or Mount Vernon.

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Why is zero stars not an option?

Bought a brand new Chevy from Roy Robinson back in May 2009. Two days later, I couldn't figure out how to use the A/C -- because it didn't have A/C. Of course, it was ADVERTISED as having A/C, which was

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Why is zero stars not an option?

Bought a brand new Chevy from Roy Robinson back in May 2009. Two days later, I couldn't figure out how to use the A/C -- because it didn't have A/C. Of course, it was ADVERTISED as having A/C, which was

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I was in the market for a new Subaru Forester. My initial contact with the dealership was very positive. We were given an written price with an expiration date to be used for comparison shopping. Very easy and straightforward. The price was excellent and I doubt that other dealers would be able to beat it.

After shopping around a little I came back to Roy Robinson ready to buy. Here's the rub: I had a trade in (I can't recall when I mentioned this, but it was on the first visit). I was ready to make a deal and filled out a credit form, and signed an offer sheet. Again, the price of the new car was great. The offer they made on the trade in was about $4000 below the trade in book value. After haggling they came up to $2000 below book value. They increased their offer because "we made a mistake and did not account for all the features of your car" (a fully loaded, limited model). The salesman explained that they can't give me more because we are getting the new car for such a good price. He said they would not go by the book trade in values on the car; they have their own system based on auction prices, etc. My conclusion therefore is that we are not really getting a great price on the new car- it is tied to the dealership making a LOT of profit on the trade in. I don't know what would have happened if we offered to purchase without a trade in. I will assume the price would have been the same in that case, and it would have been a very good deal.

He then started into the monthly payment routine as if the actual price of the car and the trade in allowance did not matter. Fortunately he abandoned that approach quickly. I didn't appreciate being sucked into the game of playing the trade in price against the new car price. I would prefer to pay whatever is a fair price for the new car and receive a fair price for the trade, and let the payments fall where they may. If the Kelly/NADA trade in prices and car condition ratings are not relevant then what are they used for?

The salesman also said "we have to do a 150 point inspection, put the car on the lot and advertise it." Well....of course, that's how you sell cars. It doesn't reduce the trade in value of the car. The retail price is still about $4000 above the trade in value; lot's of profit margin there- we're talking about a trade-in with only 20K miles, so not much required to get it ready to sell. And how much does it cost to put a listing on your website and put a sign in the window?

I will give credit to the salesman for maintaining a positive attitude during this whole encounter. When we realized we would not reach an acceptable deal he shook our hands and thanked us for coming in- professional behavior and no animosity.

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I was in the market for a new Subaru Forester. My initial contact with the dealership was very positive. We were given an written price with an expiration date to be used for comparison shopping. Very easy and straightforward. The price was excellent and I doubt that other dealers would be able to beat it.

After shopping around a little I came back to Roy Robinson ready to buy. Here's the rub: I had a trade in (I can't recall when I mentioned this, but it was on the first visit). I was ready to make a deal and filled out a credit form, and signed an offer sheet. Again, the price of the new car was great. The offer they made on the trade in was about $4000 below the trade in book value. After haggling they came up to $2000 below book value. They increased their offer because "we made a mistake and did not account for all the features of your car" (a fully loaded, limited model). The salesman explained that they can't give me more because we are getting the new car for such a good price. He said they would not go by the book trade in values on the car; they have their own system based on auction prices, etc. My conclusion therefore is that we are not really getting a great price on the new car- it is tied to the dealership making a LOT of profit on the trade in. I don't know what would have happened if we offered to purchase without a trade in. I will assume the price would have been the same in that case, and it would have been a very good deal.

He then started into the monthly payment routine as if the actual price of the car and the trade in allowance did not matter. Fortunately he abandoned that approach quickly. I didn't appreciate being sucked into the game of playing the trade in price against the new car price. I would prefer to pay whatever is a fair price for the new car and receive a fair price for the trade, and let the payments fall where they may. If the Kelly/NADA trade in prices and car condition ratings are not relevant then what are they used for?

The salesman also said "we have to do a 150 point inspection, put the car on the lot and advertise it." Well....of course, that's how you sell cars. It doesn't reduce the trade in value of the car. The retail price is still about $4000 above the trade in value; lot's of profit margin there- we're talking about a trade-in with only 20K miles, so not much required to get it ready to sell. And how much does it cost to put a listing on your website and put a sign in the window?

I will give credit to the salesman for maintaining a positive attitude during this whole encounter. When we realized we would not reach an acceptable deal he shook our hands and thanked us for coming in- professional behavior and no animosity.

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I love this place! In 2005 I needed to replace wife's '97 Contour (P.O.S.!) that broke beyond repair. Gas was about $3.50/gal and picked up a 1997 Chevy Tahoe for less than KBB or NADA low-retail. The salesman walked up and asked if he could help, not one for pushy salesman I'm used to I told him in a polite way to go away, I do not need you. He told me his name and he'd be inside and left us alone. About half an hour later I asked him for the keys to two vehicles + car fax report and they were handed over. Real low pressure like. I placed my bid on the Tahoe and bought it the next day.

In 2009 I bought a 2008 K2500HD Duramax pickup for about low retail price. The warranty for the purchase besides what was left of the factory was crap, but when I took it in for two repairs which should not have been covered, not only did they cover the cost for both, but they also offered me a free loaner car. Again, non-existant sales pressure when I was looking. It took me 3 days to buy that truck and I never got called by the salesman.

Their service center gives me printed price quotes knowing full well that I'm going to order the part online and fix it myself, and still treats me great when I take anything in for maintenance. The coffee in the building is decent and the bathrooms are clean. I think they also offer a ride home for those not needing the loaner car.

Additionally, while buying the tahoe, they used to have a real nice "junk lot" with the trade-ins that people gave them. I was fascinated with a 1976 International pick-up. I ended up breaking the ignition key off in the ignition by accident and it gave them a chuckle instead of giving me a bill. If it was a 4x4 instead of 2WD, I'm confident I could have worked that into the sale for free. The junk lot is sadly gone, or moved off site. Lots of good deals there.

I think their RV center is similar. Their salesmen are want to ensure you're directed to the RV's you want to see, but will go away when asked. Their sales staff inside is quite helpful and gave my wife a free copy of a parts catalog as well as helped her get some new parts for our 1964 trailer.

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I love this place! In 2005 I needed to replace wife's '97 Contour (P.O.S.!) that broke beyond repair. Gas was about $3.50/gal and picked up a 1997 Chevy Tahoe for less than KBB or NADA low-retail. The salesman walked up and asked if he could help, not one for pushy salesman I'm used to I told him in a polite way to go away, I do not need you. He told me his name and he'd be inside and left us alone. About half an hour later I asked him for the keys to two vehicles + car fax report and they were handed over. Real low pressure like. I placed my bid on the Tahoe and bought it the next day.

In 2009 I bought a 2008 K2500HD Duramax pickup for about low retail price. The warranty for the purchase besides what was left of the factory was crap, but when I took it in for two repairs which should not have been covered, not only did they cover the cost for both, but they also offered me a free loaner car. Again, non-existant sales pressure when I was looking. It took me 3 days to buy that truck and I never got called by the salesman.

Their service center gives me printed price quotes knowing full well that I'm going to order the part online and fix it myself, and still treats me great when I take anything in for maintenance. The coffee in the building is decent and the bathrooms are clean. I think they also offer a ride home for those not needing the loaner car.

Additionally, while buying the tahoe, they used to have a real nice "junk lot" with the trade-ins that people gave them. I was fascinated with a 1976 International pick-up. I ended up breaking the ignition key off in the ignition by accident and it gave them a chuckle instead of giving me a bill. If it was a 4x4 instead of 2WD, I'm confident I could have worked that into the sale for free. The junk lot is sadly gone, or moved off site. Lots of good deals there.

I think their RV center is similar. Their salesmen are want to ensure you're directed to the RV's you want to see, but will go away when asked. Their sales staff inside is quite helpful and gave my wife a free copy of a parts catalog as well as helped her get some new parts for our 1964 trailer.

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Be Very Careful of any offers made by Roy Robinson Chevrolet. Roy just cost us literally thousands of dollars due to a fine print scam on a service contract - after seven years if you miss a 60 day window, even by a day, you will lose thousands of dollars - and this, of course, is not represented by the sales person, and you are not allowed to request the return of your funds either before or after the sixty day window. This is clearly a scam being run by Roy Robinson to fleece as many unsuspecting customers as possible. Sounds like the right time for a class action lawsuit - coming soon to a court near you. Don't get scammed, go to a reputable dealership if you need a car or just a service. Don't trust these people at all.

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Be Very Careful of any offers made by Roy Robinson Chevrolet. Roy just cost us literally thousands of dollars due to a fine print scam on a service contract - after seven years if you miss a 60 day window, even by a day, you will lose thousands of dollars - and this, of course, is not represented by the sales person, and you are not allowed to request the return of your funds either before or after the sixty day window. This is clearly a scam being run by Roy Robinson to fleece as many unsuspecting customers as possible. Sounds like the right time for a class action lawsuit - coming soon to a court near you. Don't get scammed, go to a reputable dealership if you need a car or just a service. Don't trust these people at all.

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Be Very Careful of any offers made by Roy Robinson Chevrolet. Roy just cost us literally thousands of dollars due to a fine print scam on a service contract - after seven years if you miss a 60 day window, even by a day, you will lose

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Be Very Careful of any offers made by Roy Robinson Chevrolet. Roy just cost us literally thousands of dollars due to a fine print scam on a service contract - after seven years if you miss a 60 day window, even by a day, you will lose

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My original telephone contact was encouraging, and the faxed price was a little higher than the Edmunds.com recommendation. The first look at the vehicle was ok, and the staff was reasonably polite if not helpful to my wife. Returned a week later to view the vehicle....and all heck broke loose. We just wanted to see the vehicle, and my wife and I (and our two little children) received the harshest old school "divide and conquer" strategy when I made it clear I was just there to view a vehicle and wished to avoid idle chat and distraction. In my opinion, it felt like the harshest old-school "control the customer at all costs" sort of exchange like in Edmunds.com "confessions of a car salesman" website when I declined the salesperson's requests for personal information and watched him explode because it was being demanded that I respond in the fashion he demanded in order to just open a vehicle up. I am a clean-cut early middle aged professional male with an excellent income and top notch credit. I intended to write a check for the vehicle..but not now! I think the sales staffmembers were frustrated that I wasn't easily controlled and they wanted to try to embarrass me in front of my wife to gain control and leverage since they knew she liked the car but that I was well aware of the true market for the vehicle. Horrible thumbs down experience. Clumsy old school tactics might work on others, but not me!

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My original telephone contact was encouraging, and the faxed price was a little higher than the Edmunds.com recommendation. The first look at the vehicle was ok, and the staff was reasonably polite if not helpful to my wife. Returned a week later to view the vehicle....and all heck broke loose. We just wanted to see the vehicle, and my wife and I (and our two little children) received the harshest old school "divide and conquer" strategy when I made it clear I was just there to view a vehicle and wished to avoid idle chat and distraction. In my opinion, it felt like the harshest old-school "control the customer at all costs" sort of exchange like in Edmunds.com "confessions of a car salesman" website when I declined the salesperson's requests for personal information and watched him explode because it was being demanded that I respond in the fashion he demanded in order to just open a vehicle up. I am a clean-cut early middle aged professional male with an excellent income and top notch credit. I intended to write a check for the vehicle..but not now! I think the sales staffmembers were frustrated that I wasn't easily controlled and they wanted to try to embarrass me in front of my wife to gain control and leverage since they knew she liked the car but that I was well aware of the true market for the vehicle. Horrible thumbs down experience. Clumsy old school tactics might work on others, but not me!

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We bought my 97' GMC Sonoma from Roy Robinson and the staff here is very friendly and customer oriented. They are not like the other dealerships, equip with a bunch of "hungry vultures" staff desperate to make their quota for the month. They are very flexible in their pricing and understanding of financial circumstances. The selection here is an A+. I would definately consider returning here in the future to purchase another vehical.

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We bought my 97' GMC Sonoma from Roy Robinson and the staff here is very friendly and customer oriented. They are not like the other dealerships, equip with a bunch of "hungry vultures" staff desperate to make their quota for the month. They are very flexible in their pricing and understanding of financial circumstances. The selection here is an A+. I would definately consider returning here in the future to purchase another vehical.

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