Maybe you should have them jump on the forum and learn a little bit! Examples like this are part of the reason the SRT vehicles aren't given the respect they should. Many dealers don't bother to educate themselves on their own product line. It's like going to a butcher and asking for a rack of baby backs and the butcher saying pigs don't have ribs!
Craig 08 GCSRT8-- Eibach's, BT Catch Can, Mopar Cat Back and CAI, Shorty Antenna, 180tstat, other appearance goodies by BT and carbon fiber accents... massaged by JOHAN with a custom wrapped Alcantara steering wheel
12.57 @ 106
The sales reps, and or managers are a bunch or idoits. I was at my local chrysler dealership two weeks taking my overland to get the oil changed and I was waiting looking at their vaport jeep srt and I asked the sales manger if they were going to get an alpine jeep srt in. I shit you not...the manager had no idea what I was talking about. He reponds by saying that if chrysler makes one they will be getting one in. Honestly I wasnt shocked by his response at all. The lack of knowledge and experience makes me sick.
My local dealership ask if i wanted to rotate my tires...IDIOTS
I hope that the service writers are the ones asking all these stupid questions/saying these stupid things. Some of the things posted here are just crazy and I'd expect it from an independent shop but not from a dealer. Pretty terrible. I hope their techs correct them prior to anything being done.
I was at the dealer yesterday when they told an old lady she needed 3 (three) new tires and an alignment for $1000?? She almost started crying. She bought the Grand Cherokee there and went for the free oil change.
Suggested to her to shop around before making that decision.....so she did
2006 Black Grand Cherokee SRT8, Magnaflow, 4" BWoody + K&N, Remote Start, BT Catch Can, Tinted Tails, Rear fogs,
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