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Repair - niadoj
Customer service was excellent, the staff was friendly and the repairs was spot on using the latest technology in the industry. I was very pleased with the work they put in and going the extra mile to ensure that my needs were met as to what I expected for the repairs. Respect to Mark, Jessie and the team at Foreman Collision Center! Yah Mon!
lazy liars - skuzyk46
would give 0 stars if I could! they didn’t fix all of the damage that my mpi claim approved, and then promised to order the parts that day and get it fixed asap (they even offered to let me keep the rental car until the part was in and damage repaired, which i declined as the vehicle was still safe to drive)then they called 2 weeks later saying they lost the pictures of the damaged parts, and asked me to send pics so they could order parts, then another week later said they aren’t going to be fixing/replacing the damaged parts which were already approved to be fixed/replaced almost 4 months prior!
I went to GNR Camping World to get my tires looked at and... - dealface
I went to GNR Camping World to get my tires looked at and get one replaced. It turns out the tires were all auto tires not trailer tires. It was recommended I replace them all. I asked them to quote and it was 167$ per tire plus installation and tax! I thought that was pretty expensive and I called around- Kal tire had the tires for 109 including installation. When I told the GNR camping people the price difference and that they were way more expensive, they couldn't have cared less. They could have price matched!? I was there already and the trailer was in their shop... I ended up paying the 70$ inspection fee they charge everyone and took the trailer to Kal Tire. I know anything that says "RV" on it is the same as when it says "MARINE" It just means it's likely the exact same as another product but it will be two or three times as much for sure. GNR kept up this rip off with the price of their tires. They were reasonably friendly but it really seemed that because I wasn't pulling some fancy big rig I was almost just more of an annoyance. They were amused by my 1989 Jayco trailer... I was happy to take my 500$ elsewhere. Too bad really because their set up seemed pretty good and it wouldn't have take much to knock off the price of the tires and leave me happy and writing a review about how great they were to me when I was passing through town and in a bind. It cost me a few hours and the 70$ but I'm happy I went elsewhere. I should have gone their in the first place... I'm not sure what I was thinking... For tires for sure- GO ELSEWHERE. They probably have a few RV things that aren't sold in too many other places in Winnipeg... just check their prices...
PLEASE NOTE: This website also kind of sucks... It doesn't give any RV brands or Trailer brands but made me put one in... I also don't think picking on one staff member is particularly fair unless they are a source of very good or bad service. Dana was fine. It's not her fault they have ridiculous prices but she certainly didn't try to keep me as a customer and wasn't very helpful...
Awesome service - Army
Awesome service very kind all way keeps you updated tells a person what is to come in his way great great great place to go
We purchased a 24' Wilderness Camper from this... - stinger91
We purchased a 24' Wilderness Camper from this dealership in 2008. We have had numerous problems since then that required contacting the Service/Parts Dept. The assistance we received was deplorable and we would call it the non-existent service, once you have bought the item, you can expect no service at all. From the start, here is a brief description of our problems with this camper: handle missing for antenna, T.V., radio, remote, etc. never worked properly from the start, leaking and eventually replaced skylight over shower. All these items were not covered under warranty and we paid for them. On our first long trip we had numerous repetitive problems with the tires that we also had to eventually replace upon return at a substantial cost of $448.00. Any attempt to obtain information about the so-called "tire warranty" was a complete exercise in futility, both with the dealership and with the company in the U.S. which supposedly was the manufacturer of these tires. They had never heard of the tires or anything else connected with them being on the camper we purchased. We firmly believe that the dealership replaced whatever tires this camper came with originally, along with other parts and pieces, with cheap junk!! Our latest experience was this past week upon returning from a trip west. We came home with a broken spring - and have been trying to find a replacement. Went to a machine shop, phoned 2 parts stores here in town, as well as the dealership in Swan River. Received two negative responses and one parts store here thinks they have found the right one and ordered it for us. As for the dealership where we purchased the camper, we are still awaiting an answer from the Service/Parts Dept. from an Aug. 15 phone call. They seemed very confused as to what the part was for and why we were calling them!!!!!!! We definitely would not buy another thing from this dealership and would not recommend it to anyone.