Called to get a price on a used vehicle for my daughters first car. Found one on the web but no price. Called the dealership and they said they had a labor day sale going on and would not disclose price without going to the dealership? What if the price is not in our price range? Waste gas at $3.50 a gallon
Posted: 8/29/2013 • Link to this review
Gary Smith gave me the best price that nobody able to match. Gary wasn't there when I came to get the car. His partner, Tim Pledge, was an excellent sales consultant, we chose another color and he is very patient with every request we made. Addition, Tim in finance and the technician stayed last to make the transaction went smoothly. I came in the dealer at 6:30pm and got out with the car around 8pm. I'll definitely choose this dealer again for my future Honda purchases.
Posted: 7/18/2012 • Link to this review
I purchased a new Civic from Milton Martin Honda for my daughter going to college. She came home for a visit about a month ago and while riding with her, I noticed a loud roar from the car. I took the car back to Milton Martin Honda service department since the car was less that 2 years old. I was told that all the tires were "cupped" and needed to be replaced. I asked them what caused the problem and they told me that the tires we just "crappy". The service advisor told me that nothing was wrong with the car, the alignment was good and the tire inflation was where it should be. I needed to replace all tires at a cost to me of $600. I left the dealership confused. How do these tires only last 19,000 miles. After researching this problem once I got home, I found that this is a very common problem with the Civic. Honda recalled the previous years car and replaced suspension parts in an effort to correct the problem. According to many car owners - this still hasn't corrected the problem and more expensive tires need replacing at the same interval of less expensive tires. After returning to the dealership, they refuse to help with this issue. My suggestion is.....hey Milton, if you don't want to service the vehicles that you sell, you might want to switch to a brand that doesn't break. As the most current surveys show, Honda has now fallen below several other makers in vehicle reliability.
Posted: 3/18/2012 • Link to this review