Review about Wrong Company Name from Doylestown, Pennsylvania
John Marazzi Nissan was sold three years ago, in August 2011. The new name since then is Naples Nissan. The review posted in 2012 should be attributed to Naples Nissan, not John Marazzi Nissan. Please correct the business name. Bonnie Guither
Used Car sucker
It has been about 9 months since I purchased a used 2005 Suzuki Verona from your used car lot for my son's first car. The salesman, Sal, was very nice and helpful, however, he saw me coming a mile away. Not knowing anything about cars, I explained to Sal I didn't mind paying fairly for a car, and I realized the dealer needed to make money, but I didn't want to be "taken." He assured me this wouldn't happen - however it is exactly what happened. I explained to him my father had always come with me to purchase cars, but he had passed away several years before, and this is the first car I had purchased without his help. After months of feeling like I paid too much for the car, I finally decided I would go and do some more research. I probably paid $2,000-$3,000 more than I should have. The dealership did paint the car as agreed, however, they didn't paint the entire car as agreed, they painted pieces. And we are still waiting for a missing piece they agreed to replace for free. I've called several times, and still haven't gotten it installed. When we were buying the car we did pull up a Carfax. It came in lower than what they were asking for the car, but he explained it because he car had extensive extras (which it turns out it really doesn't). And Sal explained to me the car had one less owner than it actually had. I didn't really understand the Carfax report and took his word for it, however, after going through the report with someone who explained it to me, that is not the case. Although the staff were very nice, and the dealership beautiful, John Marazzi Nissan taught me a valuable lesson: You really can't trust car dealers. They are just out to make a buck, and count on people like me to take advantage of. I'm sure they made a huge profit on this car. I got completely taken advantage of as a woman who knows nothing about cars. John Marazzi Nissan's sales philosophy is so short sighted. Nissans are great cars, and if they would have been fair on this car, I probably would have been back to buy another. I'm actually thinking about trading in my Honda Pilot, and am thinking about a Nissan (top of the line SUV), however, at this point I would go anywhere other than John Marazzi Nissan to purchase a car, and I will talk to anyone that will listen about my disappointing, sad experience. Honestly, I feel embarrassed I didn't see Sal coming. Women that don't know about cars CAUTION – don't go to John Marazzi Nissan.
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