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Kendall Lexus of Eugene
344 Goodpasture Island Rd
Eugene, OR 97401
(855) 981-5525
Kendall Lexus of Eugene Reviews

Kuni Lexus of Portland
8840 Southwest Canyon Road
Portland, OR 97225
(877) 420-4771
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Kendall Lexus of Eugene - Eugene, OR

On 7/18/2017 4:54:38 PM anhtuan782611@yahoo.com wrote:
Last week, I bought a 2015 L/Certified GX460 through internet. The sale person Gregory kept told me that "you will be VERY happy with this car", every time I asked him to confirm the conditions. And even he sent me some pictures with good angles (no show the damaged). And show me the carfax showings all services are done at this dealer too. But when the car delivered, I'm VERY surprised with a damaged bumper, back light housing broken from the accident before and inside is very dirty. I bought a L/Certified car with full options from an original dealer with OTD is over $56,000, but the car I got look likely a very good use car and was sold as "as is" car.

Kuni Lexus of Portland - Portland, OR

On 6/26/2017 11:34:37 AM h1956676@mvrht.net wrote:
I need to remove the Overhead Console on my Lexus. It's the module positioned just behind the rear view mirror that holds various controls, including the garage door opener.

There are two screws holding the forward side. When those are removed it's apparent the back side is retained in some way. I suspect it's just a matter of pulling down hard on the back side so two clips are disengaged.

I called service to ask how to complete the removal. The lady told me she couldn't give me that information, but if I came in they could do the removal. They would, of course, charge me. I could also pay to access a website to get the information.

Why the silence? The excuse offered was they couldn't be held responsible if I did something wrong. But of course they couldn't, I am the one doing the operation. Besides, to demonstrate liability I would have to prove they gave me wrong information. Are they so remiss they dispense false information?

Such a simple question with such a simple answer.

I called another dealer and was readily given the information.