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Allen Samuels FIAT
201 W Loop 340
Waco, TX 76712
(888) 703-0942
Allen Samuels FIAT Reviews

Ancira Fiat
10739 IH 10 West
San Antonio, TX 78230
(210) 691-3428
Ancira Fiat Reviews

Brown Fiat
2420 Jacaman Rd
Laredo, TX 78041
(956) 231-5620
Brown Fiat Reviews

Cavender Fiat
15670 Ih 35 N
Selma, TX 78154
(210) 572-3428
Cavender Fiat Reviews

Clay Cooley FIAT
698 E. Airport Freeway
Irving, TX 75062
(972) 721-4500
Clay Cooley FIAT Reviews

FIAT of Clear Lake
15695 Gulf Freeway
Webster, TX 77598
(281) 310-8300
FIAT of Clear Lake Reviews

Fiat of Corpus Christi
6210 South Padre Island Drive
Corpus Christi, TX 78412
(361) 452-3625
Fiat of Corpus Christi Reviews

Fiat of McKinney
800 N. Central Expressway
McKinney, TX 75070
(972) 562-0000
Fiat of McKinney Reviews

FIAT/Alfa Romeo of Austin
13049 N HWY 183
Austin, TX 78750
(512) 228-3428
FIAT/Alfa Romeo of Austin Reviews

Frontier Fiat
5801 Spur 327
Lubbock, TX 79424
(800) 647-6485
Frontier Fiat Reviews

Helfman FIAT
7720 Katy Freeway
Houston, TX 77024
(888) 904-6226
Helfman FIAT Reviews

Holt Fiat
555 N E Loop 820
Hurst, TX 75063
(817) 284-6000
Holt Fiat Reviews

Holt FIAT Fort Worth
400 West Loop 820 South
Fort Worth, TX 76108
(817) 367-1047
Holt FIAT Fort Worth Reviews

Mack Massey FIAT
950 Crockett St
El Paso, TX 79922
(915) 584-9393
Mack Massey FIAT Reviews

Northside Alfa Romeo-FIAT
23110 I45 North
Spring, TX 77373
(888) 511-9820
Northside Alfa Romeo-FIAT Reviews

Payne Fiat Rio Grande Valley
2101 East Expressway 83
Weslaco, TX 78596
(877) 482-3307
Payne Fiat Rio Grande Valley Reviews

Randall Noe FIAT
3916 S SW Loop 323
Tyler, TX 75701
(800) 318-4539
Randall Noe FIAT Reviews

Sterling McCall FIAT
10505 Southwest Freeway
Houston, TX 77074
(888) 608-2647
Sterling McCall FIAT Reviews


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Holt Fiat - Hurst, TX

On 8/11/2014 11:17:19 PM aiko7 wrote:
I was making plans to move to Connecticut for a Ph.D program when I considered buying a new car. I didn't need a new car as my current one was reliable. However, in my circumstance, my parents would benefit more from having my car to fall back on in case of an emergency.

After researching and considering different used vehicles, I saw a used car (not a Fiat) for sale under $15,000 on the Holt Fiat website. I called the dealership and was able to meet with them later that Saturday afternoon.

This was my first time purchasing a car as my current one was purchased by my parents. I met Ryan and Paulin and told them that I wanted to finance the car on my own. After discussing the condition of the car, finances, and test driving the car, they offered me the same purchase price that I found on their website. Considering it was my first auto loan and that I have fair credit, they gave me a pretty decent offer that I was comfortable with.

I met with the finance guy afterwards and completed the paperwork within 10-15 minutes. Overall, from start to finish, the entire process took about 3 hours. It was pretty painless.

However, after I got home, I read through my contract and papers more closely and discovered an extended warranty that was added on. I didn't need nor want the coverage as the used car is a current model year (2014) and still covered by the original manufacturer's warranty.

I also needed to have the car shipped as I did not want to drive it across country. I asked about the possibility of them shipping the car for me. They said they would call me Monday to give me information.

Monday morning, around 9:30/10, I asked again about having my car shipped. I was informed I would receive a call back about it. By this point, I had informed several people that I needed the car shipped out of state that week as I was leaving Monday evening. I eventually found an auto transport company (Ship a Car Direct) on my own by 1 PM. The carrier was very prompt and professional. The company agreed to pick my car up at the dealership since my family and I would be out of town. Holt agreed to keep my car for me until the carrier arrived.

After dropping off my car, I then began the process to remove the extended warranty. I was informed by the manager earlier that day, over the phone, that I could just walk in and they would take care of me. It was a very long wait and I was very pressed for time considering I was leaving for Connecticut that evening. They tried to convince me to keep the warranty. But, between the manufacturer's original warranty and my insurance, I was adequately covered already.

When I finally met the only person they have working in the finance dept., it took approximately 5 minutes to make the change.

Overall, I felt very comfortable with the purchase of the car. It was a great deal and Paulin and Ryan were great to work with. However, the process after the sale of the car could have been more efficient. As a first time female car buyer, it was a good learning experience. The next time I purchase a car, I will be sure to pay better attention in the finance office.

I'm not sure if I would recommend them. It really depends on if they can meet your needs.

As for me, it was a pretty average experience considering some of the horror stories I've heard.

Northside Alfa Romeo-FIAT - Spring, TX

On 8/10/2014 11:43:49 AM Sarcher54 wrote:
Romel Erazo is the best car salesman I have ever worked with. He not only knows the details of his product, but takes the effort to know his customer. I recommend him to anyone shopping for z new car.