"Not all dealerships are created equal"
- Brad Rooksby
It's not until you encounter a few issues with your vehicle do you really begin to appreciate a great service department in a dealership, and the level of service of which you receive. Although I didn't purchase my new truck from Charlesglen, you can bet that if I do decide to purchase a Toyota again in the future, I will most definitely purchase from Charlesglen Toyota. If for only one reason, then because of the quality of service I have received from the people in their service department.
Dan Wilson, a service adviser at Charlesglen, is awesome! He really is. Without question he has to be the best service adviser I have ever had the pleasure to deal with. He's knowledgeable, friendly, personable, and helpful. He understands how complicated some of this technology is, and the importance of the details; properly identifying the issues, then clearly communicating these same issues and/or solutions with both the mechanics and customers.
Another person I would like to mention is John Perri, the shop foreman in their service department. When Dan saw that I was still experiencing some small issues with my truck, (a rattle in the headliner/roof of my truck that only rattled on rough roads, in the cold... sometimes...), he then introduced me to John. John and I went for a road test, and although it wouldn't rattle with him in the truck!, he took it back to one of their mechanics and a few hours later they fixed it.
My point is this; I have better things to do then right great reviews for any person, or company, unless there is a really good reason to do so. Believe me, I have other things to do with my time. However, when there is someone, or some company, that has done something very well, especially when others have failed miserably, I have to give credit where credit is due. And, Charlesglen Toyota, the people they employ, are doing a wonderful job.
A company is only as good as the people they employ. So, when I spend my hard-earned money on a vehicle I hope it's worth it. However, if something goes wrong, and it happens, then I expect that same company to help. In my case, Country Hills Toyota was happy to sell me the new truck, then a new lift-kit (suspension upgrade), new exhaust, wheels & tires, etc... ,however, when things started to go wrong their service department, their commitment, and their service, failed repeatedly.
The service department at Charlesglen stepped up and I am grateful. Thank you Charlesglen and thank you Dan !
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