2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V General Discussion Discussion, Moore Cadillac in Chantilly, VA -- Stay Away! in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; I'll attempt to make a long story short...
A few weeks back I was hit by a truck, very small ...
A few weeks back I was hit by a truck, very small damage to the rear bumper. No biggie. I took it into Moore Cadillac in northern Virginia to get fixed (sorry Luke, it was an insurance thing). Recently got it back and they did a great job.
Went into my center console yesterday to get a stamp for one of my bills to mail off...
Are you f'n kidding me?! This joke of a dealership took a measly $7 worth of stamps out of my car. Pathetic.
Went back this morning and explained to the collision center manager that he has a complete zero working in his shop and that this dealership will never see me or my Cadillac ever again.
moore caddy in tysons are a bunch of idiots too... i went there to buy a V and the dealer looked at me like i was retarded then tried to sell me a used m3 they had on the lot. they honestly have no idea what they are doing there and only know how to sell hummers to middle aged women. and their repair shop might as well have a saw in their shop to saw off your arm for repairs. Lindsay caddy is the way to go if you live anywhere in NOVA, DC or MD
I know what you're saying Heavy... And the stamps really aren't a big deal to me. The manager even offered to reimburse me 7 bucks but I refused. I don't even care about the money.
I care that a thieving dirtbag who works for this dealership decided to rifle through my shit. And instead of just blowing it off, I was going let these assclowns know what kind of employees they have.
Moore in Tysons is gone; they moved to Chantilly. I'm gonna defend Moore in this case; a porter or a night watchman or virtually anybody might have lifted the stamps, and if the manager offered you full reimbursement, then what else can you expect?
That having been said, when I first bought my V I had it serviced once at Moore (walking distance from my office when they were in Tysons). They clearly were not a performance oriented dealership, though they did an adequate job. I then heard about James joining Lindsay 17 miles away. Since my first experience at Lindsay, I have never considered anywhere else but Lindsay for my V service/repair, and now they work on my suburban too (even though the Chevy dealer is also walking distance from my office).
I am not badmouthing Moore (actually in view of your post I think more highly of them!), but Lindsay is the place to go in NoVa.