11/02/2011Provided by YP.com
Midway Nissan Review: The only thing that Midway Nissan has ever done correctly is hire a good SEO company to write bogus good reviews. This place sucks. From the GM (Troy) to the sales staff, they are not honest. Also, do not believe all of the 5 star Midway Nissan Reviews. It is obvious they are written by Midway Nissan reps.
02/17/2017Provided by YP.com
It was a great experience to buy my new car and much better a good deal where ever you can find the staff very friendly especially to my seller Ray and Manuel and Eric. Some people very attentive and always willing to help you in your purchase thanks midwaynisssan.
05/12/2016Provided by YP.com
Lied to . Manipulated. Mistreated. Bullied. Staff took Our copy of purchase contract and Refused to return it by Entire staff at Midway Nissan. Bad Illegal business habits tried returning vehicle said it was paid for denied lenders information. Now They want the vehicle back after Managerial staff in various departments said the money is in their bank now we owe lender . Then when in a meeting w JC . JC had staff Rip off temporary registration and let me drive away like that.your staff say "it Fell Off "
07/21/2012Provided by YP.com
Went to this dealership expecting to pay the ADVERTISED price... Test drove the car, filled out all of the paperwork, sat around for 1.5 hours, only to have them come back and tell me that they had an almost $2k reconditioning fee. I informed them that I was not paying above the advertised price. They then graciously offered to split that with me (sarcasm), so it would only be $1k more than the advertised price. A sales manager then came out and insisted that this wasn't a hidden fee because of some fine print on the website. All in a very condescending manner and would not budge. Said they were "doing me a favor" "probably losing money" "this was a hot car" (when I know it's been on their lot over a month). Its well known that these guys make good margins on trade ins but still insist to play the"I'm losing money" card, which is highly irritating.
Anyway, the sales associate was a nice guy (tall, black, younger gentleman from st Louis) and i would have happily bought from him. Patrick was fine in the few minutes we dealt with him. The "sales manager" was a pockmarked, condescending prick and had me out the door in 5 minutes....
Watch for the hidden fees. 8% of the sales price is quite a bit. I consider that false advertising, but apparently they smugly think its just fine because of their disclaimer in the fine print.
I would steer clear