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Al Serra Volkswagen
1580 Auto Mall Loop
Colorado Springs, CO 80920
(719) 867-1000
Al Serra Volkswagen Reviews

Bob Penkhus Volvo Mazda Volkswagen
1101 Motor City Dr
Colorado Springs, CO 80905
(866) 495-0597
Bob Penkhus Volvo Mazda Volkswagen Reviews

Ed Carroll Motor Co
3003 South College Avenue
Fort Collins, CO 80525
(970) 226-3000
Ed Carroll Motor Co Reviews

Ehrlich Volkswagen
2605 35th Ave
Greeley, CO 80631
(970) 330-5430
Ehrlich Volkswagen Reviews

Emich Volkswagen
1260 S Colorado Blvd
Denver, CO 80246
(888) 542-7809
Emich Volkswagen Reviews

Gebhardt Volkswagen
2470 49th St
Boulder, CO 80301
(866) 792-6329
Gebhardt Volkswagen Reviews

Glenwood Springs Volkswagen
100 Riverine Rd
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
(970) 945-5200
Glenwood Springs Volkswagen Reviews

Larry H. Miller Volkswagen Lakewood
8303 West Colfax Avenue
Lakewood, CO 80214
(855) 410-4056
Larry H. Miller Volkswagen Lakewood Reviews

Lithia Volkswagen of Thornton
1900 W 104th Ave
Thornton, CO 80233
(866) 956-8207
Lithia Volkswagen of Thornton Reviews

McDonald Volkswagen
6000 S Broadway
Littleton, CO 80121
(303) 376-4734
McDonald Volkswagen Reviews

North Valley Volkswagen
1900 West 104th Avenue
Denver, CO 80234
(303) 438-5200
North Valley Volkswagen Reviews

Tynan's Volkswagen
700 S Havana St
Aurora, CO 80012
(303) 343-8180
Tynan's Volkswagen Reviews

Latest Colorado Volkswagen Dealer Reviews

Larry H. Miller Volkswagen Lakewood - Lakewood, CO

On 11/22/2014 2:12:50 PM tomwags wrote:
They were very helpful to diagnose and fix my check engine light, cylinder springs, but failed to tell me the vacuum pump was not working correctly. As a result, I had to bring the car in for a second time in 2 days. They were very helpful to fix the vacuum pump but, I feel that it was unreasonable for them to charge me $400 to fix it when they did not bring it up the first time I brought it in. If they told me the first time, I would have gladly paid for it to be fix. But since they failed to bring it to me attention the first time, I feel like there should have been a discount or not have to pay for it at all.

Ehrlich Volkswagen - Greeley, CO

On 11/22/2014 1:55:53 PM hdff2 wrote:
We live in Wyoming but chose to drive over 350 miles away to hopefully find more selection and better prices than what we have in our small town. Our salesman was fairly knowledgeable and actually recommended the vehicle that we purchased instead of what we were originally looking at. The problems started when it came time to "make the deal." We were originally given a proposal that listed the car we were purchasing for $2500 more than the sticker price posted on the door, an under-valuing of our trade in by over $5000 dollars, a $400 "protection" package that "already been applied" (this is a pre-owned vehicle by the way), and a $589 "dealer service fee" (which was told to us by our salesman to be straight profit for the owners pocket.) After I laughed that offer off of the desk they came back with a offer that listed the sticker price for their car but still under-valued our trade in by about $3000 according to any book out there (KBB or NADA) because they said they were giving us a cash offer. We were not taking cash for our car, we were trading it in... They then brought out the "sales manager" from his office to close the deal. Who had the gall to apologize for the "auto buying process being tedious." I was very disappointed with all of the games they played in this deal making process we were pre-qualified to purchase what ever we wanted and have stellar credit (which is not their concern if I've financing taken care of) and they continually tried to play the monthly payment game instead of just doing the simple arithmetic that is their car price - my trade in value + the pay off still owed + "dealer fees" = final price.