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Hello all...I'm a newcomer to this group, and I was hoping that someone
on here could help me.

I'm thinking of purchasing a new Corolla (or possibly a Prius).
There's a dealer about a mile from my home, Conicelli Toyota, in
Conshohocken, PA. I was wondering if anyone out there had any
experience with this particular dealer, or with the Conicelli
organization?

Also, from the Yahoo!Toyota_Prius group, I notice that there are an
awful lot of Toyota dealers whose service departments are awful. Is
this really the case with most Toyota dealers?

Thanks for any replies.

Ray Greenberg
 
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Ray G., 2/1/2006, 2:01:11 PM,
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> Also, from the Yahoo!Toyota_Prius group, I notice that there are an
> awful lot of Toyota dealers whose service departments are awful. Is
> this really the case with most Toyota dealers?


I have two Toyota dealers in my are with service departments. The one
closest to me has been through three ownerships that I can remember and
has always had a lousy service department. I give them a try every few
years and regret it every time.

The second one is fifteen miles away and consistently beats other
service centers in price and customer service. They get the job done
right the first time and honor competing Toyota dealership service
coupons.

As anything else in life, ask around from your locals and see what they
use.
 
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On 01 Feb 2006 19:09:40 GMT, "badgolferman"
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>Ray G., 2/1/2006, 2:01:11 PM,
><[email protected]> wrote:
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>> Also, from the Yahoo!Toyota_Prius group, I notice that there are an
>> awful lot of Toyota dealers whose service departments are awful. Is
>> this really the case with most Toyota dealers?

>
>I have two Toyota dealers in my are with service departments. The one
>closest to me has been through three ownerships that I can remember and
>has always had a lousy service department. I give them a try every few
>years and regret it every time.
>
>The second one is fifteen miles away and consistently beats other
>service centers in price and customer service. They get the job done
>right the first time and honor competing Toyota dealership service
>coupons.
>
>As anything else in life, ask around from your locals and see what they
>use.



I have exactly the same situation in my town.

The local dealer has gone thru a number of changes and their service
department is not worth going to.

I take our cars to a dealer about 12 miles from me.

btw the good techs from the close dealer went south to the good
dealer.

Ask around locally is the best way to find out.

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Scott in Florida
 
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I guess it depend on what you defination of 'awful' lot is.


mike hunt


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> Hello all...I'm a newcomer to this group, and I was hoping that someone
> on here could help me.
>

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> Also, from the Yahoo!Toyota_Prius group, I notice that there are an
> awful lot of Toyota dealers whose service departments are awful. Is
> this really the case with most Toyota dealers?
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> Thanks for any replies.
>
> Ray Greenberg
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Ray the guys give you good advice - just ask a few of the local Toyota
drivers who they deal with.

Where I live the local Toyota dealer has a good service/parts
department (damned expensive though). Mechanics have been there (a
lot of them) for some years.

However their sales department has probably gone thru a half dozen
managers and I am sure 50 plus salespeople.

They were so bad to talk with that I went to Southern Oregon to buy
from the same company (Lithia). They are pretty good sized automotive
group here in the west.
 
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