Turnpike Dodge Miami Oklahoma Complaint - Dont Let The Service Manager Screw You

Review by dont trust service manager turnpike dodge miami okla on 2011-02-04
MIAMI, OKLAHOMA -- Had problem with my auto. Took it to turnpike Dodge (MIAMI), met service manager. first empression, this guy sounds a little (flakie). He told me I needed a part. He said, go to Oreillys auto and get the part. Not knowing he was setting me up. Had problem with the auto after they fixed it. Service manager said that the part wasn't Dodge, that it wasn't warrented, went to take my money. He run behind his old ladys dress, for protection.

Call that a man. His old lady is more man than he is. Stay away from turnpike Dodge in Miami ok. Notifed Dodge corp, they didn't give a dam. First and last Dodge, if the company don't care, what do you have. Junk.
Comments:4 Replies - Latest reply on 2011-02-04
Posted by tnchuck100 on 2011-02-04:
What part? I'm sorry but your review makes no sense.
Posted by tnchuck100 on 2011-02-04:
I had problem with my auto. I took it to Turnpike Dodge. I met the service manager. My first impression was this guy sounds a little flaky. He told me I needed a part. He said "Go to O'Reilly's Auto Parts and get the part." Not knowing he was setting me up. I had a problem with the auto after they fixed it. The service manager said that the part wasn't Dodge and that it wasn't warranted. He went to take my money. He ran behind his old lady's dress for protection. Do you call that a man? His old lady is more man than he is. Stay away from Turnpike Dodge in Miami, OK. I notified Dodge Corp. They didn't give a damn. This was my first and last Dodge. If the company doesn't care, what do you have? Junk.

Even cleaned up it still makes no sense.

What was the problem with the auto?
What was the part you went to get?
How were you being "set up"?
What was wrong after the part was replaced?
What did you notify "Dodge Corp." of? BTW, there is no Dodge Corp. - it's Chrysler Corp.
How did his wife/girlfriend figure into this?
Posted by JerryCee on 2011-02-04:
I have never heard of a dealership service dept. manager sending a customer elsewhere to buy a part. If that really happened maybe you should contact the owner of the dealership.
Posted by leet60 on 2011-02-04:
+10 JerryCee. Dealerships make a signifigant amount of profit from parts which they purchase at discounted wholesale prices then mark up signifigantly. It certainly would not be in the interest of the dealership to send you to a third party for a part.

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