AutoNation Toyota, an Atlanta Toyota dealer, has a vast inventory of new and used Toyota cars, trucks, hybrids & SUVs. We offer vehicle financing, Toyota OEM factory service & auto parts.
This dealer is great to deal with. We bought a 2012 Prius V and all aspects of the deal, from locating the (rare) vehicle, to agreeing to the trade-in allowance, to completing the paper work, to taking delivery and driving off was top notch. I do not have a single complaint and highly recommend them.
Posted: 1/10/2012 • Link to this review
We purchased a vehicle two weeks ago and at this point the dealership has nor paid off our trade-in or finalized the sale contract on the new car. They have our old one for sale on their lot and advertised online but keep saying that it seems the bank has not approved our credit application. How can they not just let you drive off in a vehicle and not even call you back for two weeks (I'm the one who discovered this as the bill for the trade-in is still due). I can only believe they just want to "post" a sale for the sake of it instead of letting you go to another dealership and lose your business. We have the contract stating payments, interest rate, even the tag application for to register the new car on our name but no account number to make the payments or pay-off receipt for the old one. Stay away from this place, I will never buy a car from any Autonation dealership again. (Team, Maroone, FoxDealer, Champion, Autoway, Autowest, etc)
Posted: 6/12/2009 • Last edited: 6/17/2009 • Link to this review
Chico had the car waiting for me when I pulled up for my test drive. No pressure and very friendly. I love the car and will go back when I need service or a new car. If you are in need of a toyota stop by. The prices are lower than that of Cobb County Toyota.
Posted: 4/07/2008 • Link to this review
I took my Toyota 4runner to have oil change done. They adverised that their oil change be done in 45 minutes, when 45 minutes passed, the oil change was not done, they didn't charge me and gave it to me for FREE!. What a bargain! They stick to their 45 minutes oils change advertisement or free. I recommend that you watch the time though.....
Posted: 10/08/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review