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5223 US Rt 60 East
Huntington , WV 25705
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Latest West Virginia Subaru Dealer ReviewsOn 6/5/2014 10:49:39 PM ccum11 wrote:
The staff was unfriendly from the start. I stood at the window for 5 minutes while employees milled around before someone came to help me. I took my car in because it was making a clanging during right turns. They charged me $43 to tell me they didn't hear anything. They didn't tell me before hand that there would be a diagnostic charge. When I questioned it, an employee pulled a sign out that had been turned the other way and hidden behind other material. He was very aggressive, combative, and antagonistic about the whole situation. Another employee came over and stood there just smirking at me. I got in my car and drove off to the sound of clanging right turns.On 3/22/2014 4:00:16 AM casey304 wrote:
THIS IS THE MOST DISHONEST SERVICE DEPARTMENT I'VE EVER EXPERIENCED.
FYI: I've never purchased a car from them so I have no opinion from a sales point of view.
However I have taken my Subaru is two separate times for service work... BIG MISTAKE.
The first time I brought my car in was because it was overheating. After keeping the car for a week (they did supply me with a loaner which was nice), they called me up and told me, "We fixed the overheating. She's running great". They charged $650 for the repair. No less that 11 and a half hours later I found myself stranded on the side of the road with an overheated broke down car.
The following Monday I went back to them to speak to the service manager who proceeded to tell me that they had test drove it for a half hour and it was fine. I may have believed him if the service invoice they gave me didn't give him away. When I asked him why the mileage in/mileage out was the same number on my invoice after allegedly "test driving for a half hour", he replied that they don't really pay attention to that kind of stuff. So did they test it out? Who knows... Moral of this story: They do shoddy work and keep inaccurate, if not false, records. I'm out $650 and a car for a while until I can earn enough money to have it repaired by competent mechanics a few months later.
Fast Forward 4 years...
I need a state inspection sticker for the same car. It's nearly the end of the month and due to my work schedule, I have trouble getting the car to a inspection station before most places close for the day. I finally find a place that does inspections in the evenings and to my dismay it was Hometown Subaru. I figured that after 4 years of bitterly hating this company and spreading the bad word of Hometown Subaru to all my friends and neighbors, I would be an adult and give them a chance to redeem themselves. I mean, it's an inspection sticker for god sake, how can they screw this up? Right? WRONG.
I sat in the waiting area for nearly 2 hours when they finally called me up to the counter and said that they found some stuff that would prevent them from giving me the inspection sticker.
Here we go again, I thought.
I asked what exactly this stuff was and they said that my tie rods were loose and needed replaced and one of the axle boots was torn. They said they could fix the axles and tie rods and give me the inspection sticker for $345 but it would probably take a few days to get the parts in and have it all done.
I said, "Thanks for having me wait 2 hours. Now give me my keys back so I can leave." I took the car to another local shop the next day for a second opinion. They said that my tie rods were tight and fine and they replaced the axle and gave me an inspection sticker for $185. They had the work completed before the end of the same day to my pleasant surprise.
So there it is... Hometown Subaru screwed me out of $650 the first time and a few years later I gave them a second shot to redeem themselves with something simple and they just tried to bend me over again. Save your money and avoid this service shop like the plague. Get second opinions for any work that they say you need. This service department does dishonest, shoddy work for WAY too much money.