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Beardmore Chevrolet
418 Fort Crook Rd North
Bellevue, NE 68005
(402) 734-2525
Beardmore Chevrolet Reviews

Cobb Chevrolet
358 North Main Street
Ainsworth, NE 69210
(402) 387-2420
Cobb Chevrolet Reviews

Copple Chevrolet GMC Inc
306 Main Street
Louisville, NE 68037
(402) 234-2000
Copple Chevrolet GMC Inc Reviews

Duteau Chevrolet
7300 South 27th Street
Lincoln, NE 68508
(402) 817-2921
Duteau Chevrolet Reviews

Duteau Subaru
2750 Jamie Lane
Lincoln, NE 68516
(402) 420-4650
Duteau Subaru Reviews

Eagle Chevrolet Buick
585 Highway 385
Chadron, NE 69337
(308) 432-5583
Eagle Chevrolet Buick Reviews

Ernst Auto Center
615 E. 23 ST
Columbus, NE 68601
(402) 564-2736
Ernst Auto Center Reviews

Farmers Garage Inc
2nd & Pine
Dodge, NE 68633
(402) 693-2278
Farmers Garage Inc Reviews

Gregg Young Chevrolet
17750 Burt St
Omaha, NE 68118
(402) 763-8123
Gregg Young Chevrolet Reviews

H & H Chevrolet
4645 S 84th St
Omaha, NE 68127
(402) 339-2222
H & H Chevrolet Reviews

Harchelroad Motors, Inc.
122 N. Tecumseh
Wauneta, NE 69045
(308) 882-4295
Harchelroad Motors, Inc. Reviews

Huber Chevrolet
11102 W Dodge Rd
Omaha, NE 68154
(402) 496-0220
Huber Chevrolet Reviews

Husker Auto Group
6833 Telluride Dr
Lincoln, NE 68521
(402) 415-2727
Husker Auto Group Reviews

Jerry Remus Chevrolet Cadillac
3801 South Jeffers Street
North Platte, NE 69101
(308) 535-1411
Jerry Remus Chevrolet Cadillac Reviews

John Kohl Auto Center
3516 South Lincoln Avenue
York, NE 68467
(402) 362-5511
John Kohl Auto Center Reviews

Meyer Automotive
975 280th Road
Seward, NE 68434
(402) 643-6673
Meyer Automotive Reviews

Meyer Earp Auto Center
1100 E St
Auburn, NE 68305
(402) 274-3160
Meyer Earp Auto Center Reviews

Midway Chevrolet
515 2nd Ave
Kearney, NE 68848
(308) 234-2496
Midway Chevrolet Reviews

Norfolk GM Auto Center
1123 S. 20Th Street
Norfolk , NE 68701
(402) 316-3312
Norfolk GM Auto Center Reviews

Plum Creek Motors
1111 Plum Creek Parkway
Lexington, NE 68850
(308) 217-4979
Plum Creek Motors Reviews

Rasmussen-Stewart Auto Group
2455 East Highway 33
Crete, NE 68333
(402) 474-7816
Rasmussen-Stewart Auto Group Reviews

Sid Dillon Blair
2261 South Highway 30
Blair, NE 68008
(402) 426-4121
Sid Dillon Blair Reviews

Sid Dillon Crete
2455 E. Highway 33
Crete, NE 68333
(402) 826-2668
Sid Dillon Crete Reviews

Sid Dillon Fremont Chevrolet
2500 E 23rd St
Fremont, NE 68025
(402) 721-2233
Sid Dillon Fremont Chevrolet Reviews

Sid Dillon Wahoo
257 West A Street
Wahoo, NE 68066
(402) 443-4244
Sid Dillon Wahoo Reviews

Team Auto Center
2014 E 20th Pl
Scottsbluff, NE 69361
(308) 632-2173
Team Auto Center Reviews

Tom Dinsdale Chevrolet
3312 W. Stolley Park Road
Grand Island, NE 68802
(308) 382-4662
Tom Dinsdale Chevrolet Reviews

Watson Motor Companu
4th Street & Park Ave
Plainview, NE 68769
(402) 582-4211
Watson Motor Companu Reviews

Latest Nebraska Chevrolet Dealer Reviews

Norfolk GM Auto Center - Norfolk , NE

On 6/26/2014 9:17:23 PM cku22 wrote:
This dealership is a joke.. for one they don't have paperwork in line and for two do not expect them to stand by their word.

Husker Auto Group - Lincoln, NE

On 5/30/2014 5:12:55 PM benpsmith wrote:
In all my years of owning a multitude of vehicles I have never experienced a more inept, slimy group of individuals than at Husker Auto Group. We purchased a 2010 BMW X5 in December, 2012. When we purchased this vehicle we were very specific about wanting a car with absolutely no damage history and in immaculate condition. The response we received from salesman Bill Chapman was that this vehicle had all the features we wanted, had no damage history and was in great condition. We looked over the car, negotiated a price and trade in value. Our first clue that something was awry should have been when the first round of paperwork was presented and our trade in was listed at $1000 less than agreed upon. Catching that issue and presenting the correct numbers, we signed the paperwork and drove away.

Four months later the backup camera works only intermittently and we notice a leak on our garage floor and take the X5 back into the dealership for inspection. They found the oil cooler and radiator to be leaking. Though we thought this to be odd with a car that only had 45,000 miles, it was repaired under factory warranty. The dealership also replaced the wiring harness to the review camera system.

A couple months and a few thousand miles later I get a notification that the engine oil is a quart low. Add oil immediately or risk damaging the engine. I found an auto supply store off the interstate and poured in a quart. Again, I thought this to be a strange thing to have happen to a BMW with 52,000 miles on the odometer and began to have my suspicions about the vehicle.

A few months later at 62,000 miles the A/C stops working on a 90 degree day and the car overheats and shuts down, leaving my wife stranded on the side of the road. We let the vehicle cool and limp it home. I call Husker and get the car into the shop the next morning. My wife and I are now convinced the car we were sold was not what we were told we were buying. We read the reviews and overall history of this model and had yet to see anything that would hint at such issues. Husker informs us the X5 needs a new water pump, the A/C system needs new seals and recharged and the engine has a crank seal leak (which explains the low oil alarm mentioned above). Plus the car needed brakes, rotors, an oil change, spark plugs, fuel injection flush and decarbon service. I have no issue with replacing the brakes, rotors, plugs and an oil change as those are consumable items with any vehicle.

However, when we received the laundry list of major mechanical failures we began to talk with other dealerships about trading off the vehicle. We were then informed by these other dealers that our X5 had been in an accident prior to our purchase, though this certainly explains the plethora of problems we had with this vehicle. We brought this to the attention of BMW North America and received nothing more than an "I'm sorry about your experience but there is nothing we can do". We also brought this to the attention of Bill Chapman at Husker BMW. After noting that we were extremely upset with the problems we'd been having with the vehicle and that we were sold a vehicle that had been in an accident when we were assured it hadn't, we wanted our problems addressed and this issue solved. After a few days of phone calls and emails the best offer he makes is to give us marginally more ($500-1000) for our car on trade-in than what other dealers were offering.

Since this obviously doesn't solve the problem that we were sold a damaged car as one that was damage free I began to leave voicemails with the latest general manager, Robert Knowles. I receive absolutely no response until I make it clear that I will not be returning the loaner vehicle they provided until our problem is solved. I finally receive a call from Mr. Knowles. During the first few minutes of the conversation he is absolutely livid. I receive statements of "you can't hold my loaner car hostage", "this (keeping the loaner) is costing me money and inconveniencing my customers" and "either you return the car by tomorrow morning or I will report it as stolen and have you arrested". Keep in mind these are quotes coming from the MANAGING PARTNER who had been avoiding my phone calls for days. These quotes are also directed at a CUSTOMER who simply has a problem he wants solved. I ended up having to be the one to calm down an irate GM when, in all practicality, as the customer who was sold a vehicle under false pretenses I should be screaming at him. He finally calms down and suggests that they (he and Bill) put together a "smoking deal" on something different. I agree to listen to their ideas over the next couple days.

A few more emails back and forth with Bill over the following days results in the best "smoking deal" they will provide is simply a few hundred more for my X5 on trade than what I had been quoted by other dealers. They will also offer $500 off another vehicle on their lot. I would still be responsible for $2000 of maintenance fees plus all the miscellaneous doc fees and such. I receive absolutely no acknowledgement of the fact that they both sold me a lemon and sold me a vehicle that had an accident history as one that had no damage whatsoever. I am now stuck with a car that I don't trust to make it 50 miles down the road, let alone on a family road trip. Never before in my life have I had more problems with a vehicle and a dealership.