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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

Miller Auto Group
145 Route 120
Lebanon, NH 03766
(603) 448-7002
Miller Auto Group 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

AutoFair Volkswagen of Nashua - Merrimack, NH

On 9/20/2016 6:47:12 PM wrote:
Honest, open, forthright with no games. I have leased two vehicles and plan to return for a third. The staff has treated me with patience and respect. Their sales, service and follow-up practices have assured me they truly care about their customers. As a woman, I despise walking into the car-buying process, but they have made it "easy" and definitely earned my trust.

Seacoast Volkswagen - Greenland, NH

On 9/19/2016 8:13:19 PM wrote:
Recently went in to get oil change on my Golf R @ 55,086 miles and was taken back to talk about loose gear box bolting to the shaft drive. The technician said it need to be "tightened" and also discuss some clutch cable wear. The technician said he aligned and torqued the bolting and that one bolt may be strip. The clutch is an aftermarket system put on by Prime VW in Maine and in fact is designed to move for the boot system. Sure enough, four 200 mile round trips for work the system snapped and know I've got to buy a new shaft....$1500 + Labor from a real mechanic. I understand things break, but something similar happened to my son's GTI after servicing before we drove it out to Seattle. I normally get service from a specialist because I do not trust Seacoast Volkswagen, but needed the oil change and couldn't get in for two weeks. Never again, I truly believe now the Service Department/technician are poorly trained or not reputable.