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AutoFair Volkswagen of Nashua
717 New Hampshire 101A
Merrimack, NH 03054
(603) 821-4313
AutoFair Volkswagen of Nashua Reviews

AutoServ of Tilton
40 East Main St.
Tilton, NH 03276
(866) 761-9051
AutoServ of Tilton Reviews

Lakes Region Volkswagen
9 Gilford East Dr
Gilford , NH 03246
(603) 524-4717
Lakes Region Volkswagen Reviews

Miller Volvo Volkswagen
175 Heater Rd
Lebanon, NH 03766
(603) 448-6363
Miller Volvo Volkswagen Reviews

Noyes Volkswagen
18 Production Avenue
Keene, NH 03431
(603) 357-7220
Noyes Volkswagen Reviews

Quirk Volkswagen Manchester
1100 South Willow
Manchester, NH 03103
(603) 206-2990
Quirk Volkswagen Manchester Reviews

Seacoast Volkswagen
95 Ocean Road
Greenland, NH 03801
(603) 436-6900
Seacoast Volkswagen Reviews

Volkswagen of Rochester
20 Farmington Road Route 11
Rochester, NH 03867
(800) 287-6242
Volkswagen of Rochester Reviews

Latest New Hampshire Volkswagen Dealer Reviews

AutoServ of Tilton - Tilton, NH

On 9/2/2015 8:54:13 AM wrote:
I intend to go on every review website and give this dealership a poor review until they start treating me like a customer that spent a large sum of money there. I have had nothing but problems with the 2013 Volkswagen I purchased in April. It has been one thing after another. If it wasn't something on the vehicle breaking, it was me being overcharged at delivery, car not being cleaned at pick up and numerous interaction with management and staff that has been less than satisfactory. The last few times I have spoke with the GM, I was made to feel like I was the problem and just a nuisance to them for bringing the vehicle problems to their attention. My car currently has another repair needed and will be going into the shop on Friday to get worked on. Once I drop my car off to them Friday, this will be the FOURTH time my car has been in for some type of repairs since May when it was purchased. So upset with this dealership I was brought to tears on more than one occasion just from the sheer frustration of the whole ordeal.

AutoFair Volkswagen of Nashua - Merrimack, NH

On 9/2/2015 1:48:38 AM wrote:
Be careful if you are thinking about going to this dealership for a car! Sorry this is long.
I called Autofair Volkswagen and spoke to Alicia on the phone (who was very friendly and helpful), I told her the deal I had been quoted on a Passat TDI at another dealership were I had previously bought cars and that I was helping my parents, with the car buying process. She assured me that they could beat the price quoted by the other dealer and told me that it was the end of the month and they were very motivated to sell cars.
I sent my parents to the Autofair VW that day (I couldn’t go due to work). They were at the dealership for 5 hours and left at 9pm, after they called me and told me the best price they were given was $4000 more that what I was quoted over the phone. I took the morning off work 2 days later and went to the dealership with my parents after calling and again speaking to Alicia and again being told that they would beat the other dealerships price of $26,500. I spent 4 hours talking to two different salesmen (Matt Web was very helpful and nice) and we finally agree on a Passat TDI SEL for $27,000. After the test drive when it was time to sign the papers they put the price at $30,000 and tried to get my dad to sign the papers without me seeing it. Once I confronted them about the price difference the finance officer (I guess that is his title he sits at the desk behind the glass to the left of the entrance) told me that I was lying about the price. Then the salesman and I showed him the paper that had the price and monthly payment he had printed out and he said, no that wasn’t the car we were talking about, see the stock number is different. I said, that is the only car we test drove and that is the car that the salesman and I agreed on and he came and spoke to you and you gave me the price of $27,000. He then began to back track and say that there was some confusion on their part but that it was still a really good deal and we had spent so much time on it that we should just go ahead and purchase the car at $30,000 because he wasn’t going any lower he didn’t care what price he had quoted me. At this point I was upset and doing all I could not to lose my temper. He then began to yell at me about the MSRP and the price he was offering and how we should be happy with the deal on the table. He also insulted my parents about their credit. At that point we left.
I called Noyes VW in Keene where I should have gone to begin with, I told them what happened and that I wanted an honest number for what the car would cost out the door before I drove there. Not only did my parents get the new TDI Passat that they wanted but it was $300 cheaper than it would have been at Autofair VW and everyone was respectful, pleasant and honest. The owner of the dealership even came over to talk to us about our experience while we were there. I highly recommend Noyes VW to anyone looking for a great car. (Diesel is the way to go if you ask me?)
If dishonesty is how they want to run their business, my family and I will never go back. So you don’t think this was my first experience with a dealership. My wife and I are proud owners of 2 TDI Jettas and we have pursed 4 new VWs over the past 15 years.