5% over dealer invoice is fair...unless you can get it at invoice
timexp99 said:STAY way from BMW of Arlington... my girlfriend bought two BMWs from this last year (one for her and one for her sister). They paid way too much and were treated like crap after they got their money for the cars... stay away.... Sterling is supposed to be excellent.
I didn't buy at BWM of Sterling, but I'd agree that is is heaven, which is exaclty why I wouln't thik of buying there. Somebody has to pay for the marble floors, leather furniture, baby grand piano, etc. In addition to the non-warranty service suckers like me, they've got to be making a load off of the sales customers, too to pay for all that.huyner328 said:BMW of Sterling. their dealership is nuff said.... once you walk in.. its almost heaven
Purchased my car at VOB. Went in for routine oil change, if they have to keep your car over night, they give you a free rental. Only problem is, I brought my rental back the very next day (Friday) and Enterprise rent a car tried to charge me for having the car for the entire weekend. It took a month for them to take the charge off my credit card. Bast*rds! Other than that, I haven't had to bring my car in for anything, it only has about 17K miles on it.AlpTanin330Ci said:took mine to VOB for service as well.. they shipped the car to an upholstry shop to install a faulty door seal and scratched the inside of the windshield in the process. i still can't figure out why they sent the car out to replace the rubber door seal.
VOB also scratched the front bumper cover while in their possession. couldn't believe it !
they eventually agreed to replace the windshield and repaired the bumper; the experience was awful. they're currently constructing a new showroom; i believe the old place will be for service only. maybe the new facility will help...