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Barton FIAT
1002 W 2nd Ave
Spokane, WA 99201
(509) 624-6818
Barton FIAT Reviews

FIAT of Seattle
301 Baker Blvd
Seattle, WA 98188
(866) 906-1945
FIAT of Seattle Reviews

FIAT of Tacoma
3740 South Tacoma Way
Tacoma, WA 98409
(866) 716-3969
FIAT of Tacoma Reviews

Rairdon's FIAT of Kirkland
12415 Slater Avenue Northeast
Kirkland, WA 98034
(425) 821-0900
Rairdon's FIAT of Kirkland Reviews

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FIAT of Tacoma - Tacoma, WA

On 6/29/2015 2:46:09 AM dleeberg@icloud.com wrote:
This one is for the 3 guys in the service department. I don't know how you do what you do, but for 3 guys holding the service department and parts department together, that dealership is blessed to have you 3 amazing guys doing it by yourselves. I hope they are treating you guys good so I can continue to come back time and time again.

Rairdon's FIAT of Kirkland - Kirkland, WA

On 10/10/2014 3:14:17 PM shelbydennis wrote:
I had a great experience with Rairdon's! I first spoke to Rich Regan on the Dodge Jeep Ram side or the dealership. He talked over some rebates and numbers with me to give me a rough idea of what I'd be looking at, and then referred me to Martin Hadley on the Fiat side of the dealership.

It was so refreshing to work with Martin! My understanding is he's the sales manager rather than only a salesman. We spoke on the phone a couple times to decide which model features etc I wanted, then I went it for a test drive. Working with Martin and Rich was great because they're both just regular dudes! No 'showmanship' per se or tricks or any of that irritating car salesman stuff. Martin owns a Fiat as does his wife and Rich also drives a vehicle purchased from the dealership.

Throughout the test drive Martin told me about a few features, but mostly we discussed his personal experiences owning and maintaining a Fiat. He was very upfront with me about the prices he pays for parts (tires etc) and walked me through basic maintenance (when to get the oil etc changed). We did more chatting than anything, which really put me at ease. Personally I don't like a salesman to throw pitches and things at me when I'm trying to relax and see how I feel driving a new car.

After I had selected my car, Martin was again very upfront about available rebates-- at the time I purchased my car Fiat was doing some kind of $3,000 rebate, and he immediately told me about it and deducted it from the price of my car. I thought I was going to have to haggle and then reveal that I knew about the coupon to get a better deal!

My trade-in was in ROUGH shape. Despite only getting $2,500 for a 2010 car (really, it wasn't worth much more, I feel like I got a fair price), Martin did his homework and found that if I kept my new loan with my previous credit union, I'd get a much better deal. I really appreciated him going above and beyond like that without me asking.

Throughout the process, Rich was kept in the loop since I initiated my purchase with him. I appreciated that I didn't feel like these guys were fighting to get my commission-- they worked together crunching numbers and talking to find the best possible scenario for me.

In the end, I drove off with a 2015 Fiat 500 Pop with a manual transmission. I got what is in my opinion a jaw-dropping price, payments I can still afford, and the dealership has been fantastic in keeping in touch and making sure I'm happy. I don't ever want to buy a car from anyone other than Rich Regan or Martin Hadley!