Lasher Dodge in Sacramento, CA


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Lasher Dodge


Dealer Info:


Phone(s):(916) 290-8500
Address:5800 Florin Rd, Sacramento, CA, 95823

Reviews on Lasher Dodge

 
Rolland C. | 2014-10-01

Totally not what I had expected. I received a text within an hour of applying for a loan from their finance manager. Shortly after i received a call and was told I would hear back at the end of the day in two days time. I not only did not receive a call, all my attempts to contact them were ignored. I'll be buyng my new car elsewhere.

 
Kat A. | 2013-03-11

Matt was awesome in helping us pick out our cars. Very friendly and personable.  I would recommend to anyone. Bought a 2013 dart and 2013 ram.

 
Jennifer H. | 2012-08-16

I am so shocked at the amazing, honest, kind, service we recieved here at Lasher.  Our salesman was Bob Mayorga.  Bob was so wonderful and respectful.  Totally listened to what we needed and what we could afford.  He steered us into the right direction.  We really didn't think we would be able to buy the car we wanted at the price we could afford, but Lasher did it!  I would TOTALLY recommend Lasher and especially Bob to anyone looking for a fantastic deal

 
Kai R. | 2011-04-22

Bought a Chrysler Sebring convertible here... GARBAGE!!  They claim they always do a 20-point inspection on each vehicle, but uuhhmm, why were the breaks completely metal-to-metal in literally 1 month??  They tried to say it was due to my terrible driving, but I had documentation stating that under no type of normal driving conditions would new (or even nearly new) breaks wear down that quickly, pretty much impossible.  In addition to the fact that by law, vehicles sold by dealerships are required to have a minimum of 1/2 break pad remaining.  

Anyway, after MUCH arguing and threats of suing, they finally repaired the breaks at no cost to me.  Could have been a worse outcome, like a fatal accident due to their negligence!!