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Amazing During Covid-19 - OvenproofElk65
Their service department is awesome. They sent a driver 1.5 hours away to bring me a loaner Q7 and pick up my Q5 for it's 75k service and winter tire change. Hope that service continues after the pandemic is over! Thanks!
Hi sir I m Audi customer since 2015 I have Audi Q7 3.0 L... - Grewal.Tejindersingh
Hi sir I m Audi customer since 2015 I have Audi Q7 3.0 L TDI disel 2015 now my car have problems with def I check with my Macanic he said this problem is recall by Audi but sir I m not receive any mail or latter so tell me pls what can I do it’s to expensive to fix this
This is by far the worst car dealership I've ever dealt... - me0563
This is by far the worst car dealership I've ever dealt with and I've dealt with many. I am 58 years old and, except for my first car, I have always purchased new cars and I have never been so mistreated as I have at Audi Richmond. Except for the parts Manager Chris Hall and Tharsan in maintenance, everyone there from the receptionists to the General Manager (Mark Warsaba) could use some lessons with regards to customer service.
I purchased a 2018 Q7 Special Edition (fully loaded) and from day one when we went to pick up the vehicle, my wife and I were extremely disappointed with their lack of customer service. The lady who did the PDI did such a terrible job explaining all the advanced features of the Q7. I had to learn it on my own. A second lady who upsold on us on extended care and protection packages, told us that they would spray the vehicle with ceramic protection coat which cost us over $1200. Of course at the time we trusted her only later to find out that it wasn't what she claimed it was. And to make things worse, the people who applied it ruined the paint on the hood of the vehicle. The damage was only visible under certain light conditions (like the noon sun). When I took it to get a paint protection film (clear bra) installed against rock chips, Ken Wilson, the owner of Autowerkes Exclusive, pointed out the damage. He called it "halo effect" and said it's caused by inexperienced people using a rotary disc buffer. This was further confirmed by Derek at 911 Autoworks. After weeks of back and forth, Mark the General Manager of Audi Richmond finally agreed to refund the $1200 we paid for the protective spray they claimed was ceramic coating. Since then, whenever I brought the vehicle in for maintenance, I would refuse any car washes they offered out of fear of them damaging the REAL ceramic coating that I had a professional apply to the Q7.
There are several other instances of poor service but I tolerated them because I liked dealing with Chris from the parts department and Tharsan in maintenance. That said however, last week was the last straw. I had scheduled a maintenance session and when I arrived at the dealership, the valet and receptionist were trying to force me to wear a mask despite the fact that I explained to them that I was medically exempt. Then, they asked me to have a seat and called the GM Mark. The instant he arrived at my table, he opened up with a condescending and sarcastic remark... "Considering everyone else in here, I guess you're the one I have to talk to given that you're the only one not wearing a mask". Again, I informed him of my medical exemption, and although he claimed that he wanted to have a discussion, nothing was further from the truth. He was only interested in a one-sided discussion and paid no attention to anything I had to say. Long story short, he wanted me to wait outside while my car is being serviced, but could not give me the slightest idea how long the wait would be. That upset me to no end. For a 115K+ vehicle, I expected a better treatment than this. So, when I voiced my dissatisfaction with his lack of consideration to my medical exemption with a sarcastic remark of my own, he then decided that he will not service my car and proceeded to bring my car back to the front of the dealership. Then he handed me the key and said "go somewhere else I no longer want you as a customer". So, I did just that. I went to another Audi dealership where I will be trading in my 2018 Q7 for the new 2021 SQ7 for my wife and buying a new RS7 for me.
Never been treated so poorly - S.G.
I have never had such a poor experience with a dealership without even getting to the point of stepping in for service. I was absolutely chastised by the receptionist and interrogated as if I was a criminal just trying to speak with a service adviser. I had a question about resetting a service reminder and programming an additional key but the process became so insulting and convoluted after two attempted conversations (without even reaching a service adviser!) that I decided to contact an independent shop which was much more helpful. They are obviously focused on their own profits to the point that customer service is completely thrown out the window. I would advise anyone looking to deal with this folks to look elsewhere to save yourself the insult.
Awesome Service Department - hiroanz
The JP Scion’s Service Department is awesome!! I took my Subaru BRZ (mechanically identical to the Scion FR-S) in for an oil change today. The service techs notice rodent droppings in the engine bay (I park outside, no choice), and clean the entire engine bay for me free of charge. I was very happily surprise when I got home, popped the hood, and noticed how sparking clean the engine bay is. I did not expect them to do that. That is service way above and beyond my expectations. The prices are also very reasonable, much, much less than what Don Docksteader Subaru charged me for the same oil change. I also appreciate the free ride Downtown. Thanks JP Scion, you’ve earned yourself a repeat customer.
Do not get your car serviced at OpenRoad Audi! I got a... - daviefilms
Do not get your car serviced at OpenRoad Audi! I got a comprehensive claim quote for my passenger side mirror. In their quote OpenRoad Audi added an addition $500 for their "diagnostic" fee (which is not covered by ICBC). I then went to a more creditable body shop and not only was there no diagnostic fee but the labour was far less, and the entire replacement mirror part only cost $450! So if the entire mirror cost $450, why did OpenRoad Audi want $500 to figure out what was wrong with it? These guys are shysters, beware!
Very Good! - JoMax
Appreciated the service being completed within estimated time, and the service Tech's (Jason G) extra
helpfulness, noting his input on my paperwork, and replacing burnt out running lite. The problems were solved 1st time around.