If you didn't buy your car here, don't bother with the service department.
I had my Mondeo in for a week to get the fuel pump replaced only to find continuing issues with the fuel system that had me return 3 times to get it finally fixed.
Each time I was put on the back of the line with "no courtesy car available", meaning I had to borrow vehicles to get to work and take my family anywhere.
After the initial work was done, they failed to mention that they destroyed one of the electrical connectors to the pump and did a dodgy repair on it and hoped for the best.
Three days in the shop led to a simple repair and a solution to my problems. This could have been avoided if they owned up to the mistake and fixed it, I dread to think of what else they did to my car.
Overall the staff were friendly on the phone, but not very helpful until I was in for $5600 in repairs. Even then, there was no priority given to the job and their poor work led to mistakes.
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This is about Shellharbour City Motors Honda Dealership.
---They even don't know how to do a business---
Okay, on the phone they say car (Honda Civic) is only driven 500 kilometres and comes at $24000 with $500 accessories. They say they can consider bringing it down a bit if meet in person. They say the offer expires on 31st December.
When you go meet them, they said the car is 1500 kilometres instead of 500 kilometres. They say they cannot bring the price down (firm at $24000, which I think would be okay). But terrible manager says accessories will not be included. (even if the offer is valid until 31st December)
If you go afew days later and ask for $24000, they said they cannot sell it at that price. They said they updated the price which is $24990. (wait...didn't you say that offer is valid until 31st December? and I'm making offer on 28th December.)
Why wasting time of busy people if you cannot stick to your words and promises? This is enough, I am getting a good offer from