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Chevrolet Buick GMC of Murfreesboro Service Reviews

  • 1422 NW Broad St
  • Murfreesboro, TN 37129 (map)
  • (888) 474-8874
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Service Rating In From Out of Town... By KAWFHW on 08/27/14 05:51:46 AM PDT
Recommend this dealer? Yes

I was in from out of town for the weekend and my Yukon Denali XL broke down on I24 (wheel bearings) on a Friday at midnight. I had it towed to the dealership for repair. From the first call from Pam when they opened Saturday morning to the pick-up late Saturday afternoon everything was great. She sa...
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Service Rating Another outstanding service job By holland8427 on 06/09/14 05:49:10 AM PDT
Recommend this dealer? Yes

Like any other object constructed by man and women kind, thing break. With that being said my 2009 Silverado 1500 developed a problem. My service rep Mark, once again took care of the needed repair and assured all available GM benefits were used to fix the problem. I bought the vehicle from this dea...
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Service Rating not happy By csimpson50 on 04/06/14 07:31:43 PM PDT
Recommend this dealer? No

wasn't happy with overall service we got everyone was just to busy to help.took our 2013 avalanche 1st didn't bring in coupon so didn't get discount brought it in the next day with my 2013 chevy and they still didn't want to give us the credit back the cashier was on her cell phone with personal bus...
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Service Rating Throttle Body Problems By Holland8427 on 02/11/14 11:29:31 PM PST
Recommend this dealer? Yes

Having purchased my vehicle new from this dealer I have always used them for regular service and warranty service. I've had very few problems from my 2009 chevy silverado 1500. Mark my service rep always knows me by site and is a pro. On this occasion the throttle body seems to have had a problem. M...
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Service Rating Repair not made By sportskidsmom5 on 06/13/13 09:27:12 PM PDT
Recommend this dealer? No

After taking GMC ACADIA in multiple times and being told nothing wrong, the transmission finally quit altogether when the warranty would no longer cover it. Now dealership wants to be paid to "diagnose" problem that has not changed in a year.
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