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Latest Kentucky Subaru Dealer ReviewsOn 5/18/2013 9:06:06 PM looahvul wrote:
Everyone has been patient working with me through numerous emails and months of personal setbacks I had to overcome. They were great in helping me make informed decisions regarding my Subaru purchase. I couldn't be happier with Bachman Subaru and their employees AND my beautiful new Subaru Impreza!!On 4/14/2013 1:03:28 PM NVSmythe wrote:
I have been to Joseph Subaru many times for service and parts and even purchased a new Subaru from them a few years back. Service has always been OK until recently.
I brought my alloy wheels to Joseph Subaru to have the old tires removed and my new tires mounted and balanced. When I came to pick them up I noticed that the finish as chipped off around the edges of the wheel.
I mentioned it to the guy at the service desk and his attitude immediately changed for the worse. He was completely unapologetic, and just kept repeating that there was no way that they did that or that it happened there. I asked him to look at the wheel and see there were paint chips between the wheel and the tire, since the tires were just changed and I had not even taken them out of the building how would paint chips still be on the wheels between the wheel and tire?
The service desk guy just kept repeating that there was no possible way that the damage happened there and pointed to the tire mounting machine saying look its plastic. So I walked over to the mounting machine and picked off a paint chip from my wheel on their machine. The service guy took the paint chip from my finger and flicked it onto the floor, again repeating there was no way that it happened there.
Whether the machine caused the damage or it was caused during the old tire removal or using some other foreign object to mount/dismount the tire it is clear that the damage happened at Joseph Subaru.