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New Hampshire Car Dealer Rating
Dealer NameCityState Dealer RatingSalespersonSalesperson Rating
Autofair FordMANCHESTERNHPoorADELL/ Dave Miles/Gil MartinezPoor
Comments: During the signing of sales contracts we were told the dealership will buy the FORD CUSTOMER SATISFACTION SURVEY from us, when it arrives in the mail, for $225.00, as long as we bring it back to the dealership completely blank. We ended up doing that five weeks later and they were true to their word about the forging the survey aspect of the transaction. A month later......the vehicle developed electrical problems and they told us...." We don't build them we only sell them. And your customer survey said you were completely satisfied when we sent it back to FORD MOTOR CO. so you really can't threaten to sue anyone!" Call Ford and complain about your lemon.....we didn't build the thing!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ford of LondonderryLondonderryNHPoor  
Comments: Buying my SUV from Ford of Londonderry, NH, was a mistake in my opinion. The salesperson lied to me when I asked him if the SUV had been smoked in before. He was a smoker and claimed that was what I smelled and not the SUV. I believed him and bought the SUV. Fast forward months later and we still haven't completely got rid of the smell. There are too many other problems to list in this small space. There was also high pressure for a high interest rate but they came down at the last minute before I walked out... so cliche for a car dealership. I personally would never use this dealer again nor would I recommend anyone else use them. Fact was that they sold me an SUV that had some issues and instead of going up and beyond to perhaps lose a couple of dollars, and save me as a customer and prevent any bad reviews, they chose to just treat me badly. Within the bad treatment there were moments when I thought they were being sincere and caring but in the end, my opinion is that they didn't care.
Manchester SubaruManchesterNHNot So HotGary WadswothPoor
Comments: The buying experience at the dealership was not the issue. The problem came afterwards. I had a lease that the dealership falsely informed me they would be purchasing, so i was assured that no pre inspection was necessary. When we got to the dealership, I found out they would not be purchasing the lease but was assured that the damage to my car would definitely NOT exceed the $1,000 limit. That turned out to ALSO be incorrect and I am now on the hook for $800 as a direct result of their misrepresentation. The dealership refuses to acknowledge they misled me in order to ensure I purchased another lease from them. This is deceptive and unethical practice and I would advise anyone who doesn't want to be lied to and ripped off to avoid this dealership.

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