JavaScript is not enabled.
Cutter Chevrolet - Honolulu, HI - Reviews page 1 - Judysbook

Cutter Chevrolet

Claim
marker
Honolulu, HI 96801
marker
(808) 564-9050
Incorrect info? Correct your listing

Main categories:

Car Dealers

Related categories:

Automotive

Reviews

( 0 )
( 0 )
( 0 )
( 0 )
( 3 )

Best

All reviews seem negative

Worst

We took our 2000 Tahoe in for a diagnostic checkup due to the service engine light popping up at us. A few hours later the man I dropped my truck off with called to tell that I mo...

$1400.00 for a tuneup!!!!! 2/28/2011

We took our 2000 Tahoe in for a diagnostic checkup due to the service engine light popping up at us. A few hours later the man I dropped my truck off with called to tell that I most likely need a tune up but the man looking at my car wants to run a engine compression test which would cost me another 120 for labor. My response was to go ahead and do the tune up. When I was called back with that quote I was blown away! $1400.00 for a tune up including: spark plugs and wires, distributor cap, rotor, pcv valve, ignition coils, fuel filter, carbon flush, and injection flush. Apparently they charge $700 just for the spark plugs and the time to change them. This is ridiculous. Needless to say I paid the $120 they charge for diagnostics and got my truck the hell out of there. more

No image

TOTALLY agree with ryan 5/7/2006

i posted on this earlier under "cutter family auto centers" b/c when i did a search for cutter on ala moana, that's what pulled up. although i hardly contact them anymore b/c i don't even go in for service calls there, when i HAVE had to, it's such a horrible experience, i hate the fact that i bought my car from them. just a minor example. today i took my car in for the supposed recommended "annual service" (i like to be pretty anal about the maintenance of my car as i feel it pays off in the long run). quote from volxgerman: $116. quote from cutter: $450. what the HELL are they doing, even if it IS extra, that costs $450 for an ANNUAL checkup?!?! they're the devil. more

No image

Wasted time 8/17/2005

This review is specifically about Cutter Chevrolet (formerly on Kapiolani Boulevard, it's relocated to Ala Moana Boulevard). I have not visited other Cutter dealerships, so it wouldn't be fair to lump them all together. I am not a casual car shopper. When I stopped at Cutter Chevrolet, I knew exactly what I was looking for and wasn't about to waste my salesperson's time going through the full routine he learned in "Car Sales 101." Unfortunately, the feeling was not mutual. After finding out that I knew more about the cars on the lot than the salesperson, we began the time-honored game of "let me talk to my manager." One visit to "the manager" later, the salesperson cheerfully announced that he could meet my price and that we could start on the paperwork. We filled out a couple of forms with general information. Then he got to the pricing section -- and wrote a number $5,000 higher (far exceeding the MSRP of the vehicle) than the price he supposedly had pitched to his manager. "Just a formality," the salesman explained and he left to get his manager. At this point, I knew that this was all a ruse. It got even better. The manager came out and expressed his opinion that we were wasting his time with our offer. When asked why the salesman claimed we had a deal, the manager denied ever talking to the salesman. Two hours after first stepping foot on the lot, we requested all the paperwork that had been filled out, ensured that it was shredded, and left. An hour after leaving, we negotiated a fair price (matching my target) for the same vehicle at a competing Chevy dealership. As I stated earlier, my target price was fair -- I did not expect the dealer to take a loss or otherwise waste his time. Unfortunately, a waste of time was all I got at Cutter Chevrolet. more
< Previous 1 Next >
HOLIDAY DISCOUNT :
15% OFF all yearly plans
Use YEAR15 at checkout. Expires 12/31/2016

Best Deals and Recommendations