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Businiess name:  Marathon Automotive of Summerville
Review by:  citysearch c.
Review content: 
I went to this dealership looking for a fair deal, and didnt want to have to beat up the salesman to get it. I explained my situation and told him what i was looking for. One of my friends had bought a truck there the day before and told me that he had gotten a good deal. well he had thought he did. they took their sweet time delivering the vehicle to him. well anyways i was interested in a new chevy malibu, and was looking to trade in my truck. they pull around a malibu that the sales manager has been driving as his personal car, had bout 400 miles on it and there was a gas tank in the trunk that was leaking vapors and smelled accordingly. well i drove the car and really liked it. so they went to work the numbers and came back with the car right at sticker price, and was offering pennies on the dollar for my truck; i would have been better off taking the truck to the scrap yard to get money for it. telling me that my truck had depricated over 20 thousand in just 2 years. they werent willing to budge on the price eventhough it was basically used and smelt of gas. treating me like a dumb kid. with the economy the way it is and with GM bout to go under, you would figure they would want to sell something. then i got the phone calls over the next few days trying to get me back in. but i decided i would go ahead and get a quality car, went with the altima whose sticker price was the same but paid 2500 less and Hudson also gave me over 3000 more for my truck. in the long run i think ill be glad they didnt give me a deal, when they recall the malibu's for chevy standard quality. they have to sell cars high because they have about 30 salesman standing around waiting to stick it to you. Chef McCoulough is a good guy though Pros: ""Chef"" Cons: the people coming up with the numbers

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