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Carl Gregory Fiat of Tri-Cities
3700 Bristol Hwy.
Johnson City, TN 37601
(888) 854-9737
Carl Gregory Fiat of Tri-Cities Reviews

Crown FIAT of Chattanooga
2120 Chapman Rd
Chattanooga, TN 37421
(423) 591-6868
Crown FIAT of Chattanooga Reviews

Gossett FIAT
2760 N. Germantown Pkwy
Memphis, TN 38133
(901) 888-3428
Gossett FIAT Reviews

Harper Fiat
10045 Parkside Dr
Knoxville, TN 37922
(865) 243-3220
Harper Fiat Reviews

Nashville FIAT
1124 Murfreesboro Rd
Franklin, TN 37064
(888) 601-4947
Nashville FIAT Reviews

Latest Tennessee Fiat Dealer Reviews

Crown FIAT of Chattanooga - Chattanooga, TN

On 7/16/2014 11:54:40 PM max22 wrote:
I purchased my Fiat from David Hall, he was very easy to deal with no pressure sales. Showed me all the features on the car and how they worked. Told me if had any questions I could call him anytime even said I could him on sunday if I needed to. Is that cool or what?

Crown FIAT of Chattanooga - Chattanooga, TN

On 7/7/2014 6:18:15 PM alwayssig2 wrote:
I would not have gone to this dealership normally but my wife really wanted a Fiat. we met with the salesman who was very thorough and we liked the car. Then we started to deal with the management over the price. Back and fourth we went with management and each time they came back with a better monthly payment but laughed at me when I asked about finance rate and total amount owed (like I should not care). I finally settled on a price and financing at 2.99. We signed the paperwork and drove 2 hours home. A week later, we receive a call that the bank they had made the deal with would not accept the deal. They advised they had to go to another bank with a higher interest rate. I smell bait and switch? How do you promise a deal with a bank that you "regularly work with" and not know this? What was the dealership going to do to make up for the mistake, nothing. My wife wanted to let it go and just asked for a Fiat cup (thought it was cute) and the finance manger agreed. New paperwork...no cup. Petty but if you make a promise we expect you to keep it, even if it's small. They could learn a lession or two on how to treat customers. I called and asked to speak with management, call was screened by another employee (Kim Hicky) who said a manager would call me within 24 hours. No call. Finance guy called and said he could take some money off the deal and the cup was on the way. Too little to late?