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MJ Kim, our sales guy, was a great individual to work with. Not pushy on the sales part and answered our questions the best he could. My rating would have been a 5 Star had our visit ended with MJ but unfortunately we met your Finance guy. This guy was the opposite of MJ - his goal was to get the add-on sales no matter what. Didn't listen to me, it was all about his sales pitch. My wife and I came very close to getting up and walking away from the deal simply based on this guys attitude. If he had been on the sales side we would have walked away within 2 minutes.
Very nice buying experience. We were thinking of a new Accord hybrid, but fell in love with the Insight hybrid. Test-driving, detailed explanations of all systems and we're satisfied new car owners. Thank you.
Hi I worked with Sid via emails to get estimates on a few Honda Pilot. I went with my family on a Sunday and he promptly greeted us even without having an appointment. We test drive a Pilot Touring and decided to go ahead with a lease. Sid was very knowledgeable about the car and provided advise on best options for us. We close the transaction that Sunday and was able to get a new car home that afternoon. I came back the next day to trade in my old Pilot 2004 and decided to buy instead of lease. Sid was very helpful and worked promptly to make the changes. We are very happy with the service he provided and will recommend him to future clients.
In the beginning I was unsure about if I need to buy or lease a car. Johnny helped me out with very detailed calculation and analysis. The whole process was also super fast which only took 2 hours. Very nice experience there.
Ed Molina was very helpful, he help us very much. He work very nice during and after the process to ensure that i was happy with my new car. Ed Molina is very professional, courteous and friendly. He provides excellent advice about having a new car. Honda of Kirkland is amazing. Thank you Ed Molina
No nonsense. Come in here to buy a car. These guys are straight to the point and the 'negotiation' is just a few simple steps. Offer your price, get a counter, offer a slightly higher price than your original offer and repeat until you've either got a car or or no longer willing to go up in price. Do NOT worry if they supposedly "make $0 on the car" because they will get their profit post-sale anyway. Their profit is in the warranties and add-ons, that can really add up.
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