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Valley Toyota

3.1

4 Lifetime Reviews

8750 Young Road, Chilliwack, British Columbia V2P 4P4 Directions
Call (604) 792-1167

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4 Reviews of Valley Toyota

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April 03, 2019

"Amazing from start to finish! "

- Cam888

Michael and Alain were absolutely amazing from start to finish they went above and beyond to help me find what I needed ASAP, because of these two I will be back to the dealership and I highly recommend!

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Michael Thomas
5.0
Other Employees : Alain
February 05, 2019

"Damaged our transmission "

- Sandra Stafford

We took our 2014 Rav4 in for repairs on a Warranty Enhancement Program for a Torque Converter Shuttle issue. Received a phone call on the next Monday stating our transmission is gone and that Toyota Canada and the Warranty won't cover it. Now, we are expected to pay a 1/3 of the replacement for a 'rebuilt' transmission for damage they have done. Stay away from this place at all costs. There is no integrity or accountability whatsoever!

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Curtis Edwards
5.0
Feb 13, 2019 -

Valley Toyota responded

We are sorry to hear about your experience. We take all feedback and use it to continually improve. We will be passing this along to our General Manager to follow up with. What is the best way to contact you? Please email us at sales@valleytoyota.ca

October 02, 2017

"Sleazy Sales Department "

- SiennaJunk

I tried to buy a new Sienna van as the lease on our 2013 was coming to an end. I’d bought two other new Toyota products at this dealership and only wanted to buy another. I live nearby and had always been happy here so naturally I chose them again. I even went back to the previous salesman. I’d been talking about trading in our van. The salesman (Rob) had given me some end-of-lease numbers as we had equity in the van. The numbers were wrong twice, but I was finally given a printed sheet and that put an end to confusions. During the visit I noticed that Rob was not really listening to me, but rather asking these weird questions. I tried talking g about the van. My research told me what they were going for on Craigslist and other sources, but Rob told me that “We don’t fool around with Craigslist!” They had OTHER sources that indicated that the van was selling for far less. Next, he told me that the new van sale would be charged a Doc Fee, a crooked little add-on that dealers use to prop up a low-profit sale. It’s made up. I told him so. He said Valley Toyota had hung on long enough and finally had to succumb to the phoney charge. The van I wanted was not in stock and had to be ordered. I was told that a factory order would be four months away minimum. I later found out that I could have waited two weeks and had one. Next visit, Rob tells me that they will be charging me $395 to inspect the trade in. Huh?? I told him I’d be happy to go get a Provincial Facility Inspection. He said they wouldn’t accept that. They had to inspect the van themselves. Obviously a cash grab. He says, you signed a paper at the time of lease saying that you agreed to that charge. I asked for the signed proof. He gives me a blank and says this is what you would have signed. We had no copy ourselves so we requested one. He said the papers had been archived and were buried in a warehouse. The trade value was predictably lowball. They drove my van and looked it over with a fine tooth comb and pointed out every flaw they could, then offered to take the van off my hands. My van was always maintained flawlessly and serviced on time. During my shopping I had been offered a trade at Abbotsford Toyota. I gave Rob the details of the deal. Disgusted by now with these weird 80’s style tactics, I told Rob that all he had to do was give me a yes or no. There would be no phoney extra charges. He said no. We bought in Abbotsford. Would you put up with this? Not only did I not have any value to those people as a three-time buyer, but I was treated like a sucker and tested over and over to see how stupid or uniformed I was.

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Rob and Sales Manager
October 02, 2017

"The Crookedest People I Know "

- SiennaJunk

This is going to sound odd. I bought a.new Sienna van in January and immediately had problems with it. I didn’t buy it here because the sales department was just as slimy. I brought the van in on a Saturday and met Frank. Turns out he’s the Service Manager! We went on a test drive together and he saw what the problem was immediately. The van had to come back, so we scheduled a Wednesday visit. I arrived at the dealer and was driven home in their courtesy shuttle (another Sienna). That driver was chatty and told me that the shuttle had also had the transmission problem and that they had fixed it. Now watch this. I get a call later that day. They can’t see a problem. I tell them that Frank knew right away what it was and so did the shuttle driver. I was told to come get the van. I get to the dealership and everything feels weird. They say, there’s nothing to fix. I said Frank knows, and I see him standing there, but suddenly he’s called to the back and the service writer says, “Frank’s not in today.” I said he’s standing right there. The guy keeps saying “Can I help you? Can I help you?” Over and over. So now they say I’ve got to talk to Clint, their Fixed Operations Manager. I wait twenty minutes for this guy. Nobody will talk to me. I tried to call the shuttle driver over to go over our conversation and they suddenly call him away too. So weird. So now we go out and Clint has his laptop on his knees and the van is all over the place and he’s talking about 24% pedal deflection etc etc and at the end of the terrible drive he announces, “Guess you are happy with the way the van drives!” I said I’m furious. Haven’t you been listening? I kicked him out of my van. Sent my son in to get my case number. Instead, he writes the toll free number for Toyota on his card. Says he’s opening up a case with Toyota. I never hear another word from there again. That damned place used to be good. I bought two new Toyota’s there. Couldn’t buy the third. When I say it’s slimy and sleazy over there, I mean it. Things have really changed.

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Frank (ok), Clint
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