Savannah Toyota

(912) 927-1234 | View Website

11101 Abercorn St, Savannah, GA | Directions   31419

31.980267 -81.143946

 
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More Categories: Venza, Avalon, RAV4, FJ Cruiser, 4Runner, Sequoia, Land Cruiser, Sienna, Camry, Celica, New Truck Dealers, Auto Leasing, Auto Parts & Accessories, Automotive Repair

New Car Dealer Brands: Toyota

Payment Methods: Discover, MasterCard, Visa

General Info: Shop Online

Neighborhoods: Wilshire Estates/Savannah Mall, Southside

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Reviews for Savannah Toyota

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4.0
over a year ago

Savannah Toyota – Let me first say that my salesperson Scott Drown was great sales guy,very patient,he went the extra mile for me and my wife...I am very happy with his help,and proactive position to look for a vehicle that was accomodating to my needs and budget.He done a great job,but if I had to say I had one gripe it would be against oversite of the product. I really have to ask this question, why would they sell a vehicle to a 1st time customer knowing that the vehicle would have to have major engine work within maybe 6k miles after purchased?(timing belt,crankshaft seals,waterpump,tensioners,guides etc)I kinda pondered this days after the purchase,and knowing from my credit report I have purchased 6 cars within the last 5 years ,wouldnt that be a sign or at least make someone want to gain my business?I purchased the vehicle thinking that the suv would be ready and all maintenance was updated,that was not the case...The way I see it now is that the dealership sold the vehicle to get rid of the cost of the work and pawned it off on the ... Drown was great sales guy,very patient,he went the extra mile for me and my wife...I am very happy with his help,and proactive position to look for a vehicle that was accomodating to my needs and budget.He done a great job,but if I had to say I had one gripe it would be against oversite of the product. I really have to ask this question, why would they sell a vehicle to a 1st time customer knowing that the vehicle would have to have major engine work within maybe 6k miles after purchased?(timing belt,crankshaft seals,waterpump,tensioners,guides etc)I kinda pondered this days after the purchase,and knowing from my credit report I have purchased 6 cars within the last 5 years ,wouldnt that be a sign or at least make someone want to gain my business?I purchased the vehicle thinking that the suv would be ready and all maintenance was updated,that was not the case...The way I see it now is that the dealership sold the vehicle to get rid of the cost of the work and pawned it off on the new customer..I honestly think this falls back on the management to make sure the products are up to standards and all maintenance is current upon its sale.Beyond this I believe the sales staff is great and I couldnt be more please with my sales guy Scott Drown. Sincerely (Reginald Coleman) purchased a 2005 Sequoia September

 

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