Kia of Orange Park in Jacksonville, FL


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Kia of Orange Park


Dealer Info:


Phone(s):(904) 525-8992
Address:6373 Blanding Blvd, Jacksonville, FL, 32244
  • Monday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Thursday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Friday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Saturday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Sunday: 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Reviews on Kia of Orange Park

 
Tim L. | 2015-01-27

I'm not a fan of Kia vehicles, but they have begun to catch my eye as they pass by on the roads.  They really have made a turn for the best, but they still are a Kia...

This location is situated in a less desirable area of Jacksonville.  You can tell some murky stuff goes on when all of the entrances are gated to a car dealership, with a perimiter fence.  They seem to have a very wide selection of vehicles.  When I got here I was greeted by a salesman, but not in an overly pushy way. My purpose was to merely cash in on a flier they sent out for an exchange program they were running - I had a chance of winning $25,000!  Alas, I only won a $5 gift card, but $5 is $5.  

Anyway, after assisting me with the promotion, the salesman asked me a few questions, as I expected, regarding my vehicle, finance situation with it, and interest in their vehicles.  I simply said I was just looking to cash in on the promotion and wasn't looking to take on payments or plunk down a chunk of cash as I need to pay off my student loans.  He pushed on, in a polite way, to just show me the vehicles while I was there.  He walked me around the lot, ending on a positive note, asking if he could just contact me for follow up.  I said that would be fine (knowing I have no interest in anything they have to offer) and went on my way.

This was the extent of my experience, but because I got $5 and it wasn't awful, I give them an A-OK.

 
Allie A. | 2013-10-08

I really like the look of Kia Souls.... and with all of my event planning and the things that come with it, I was interested in at least, looking into, trading in my new car for something with a little more room to put my junk in the trunk.

So, I start by filling out the online form for a trade in offer... and after entering in all of my information... the result? NADA. And I don't mean there weren't many good options, the actual email said, and I quote, "NADA."

After doing some more research on the matter, I figured out it's not the best time to trade and left town for a work trip. During which time, I receive several messages of course, from the online Internet manager.  Now, I was in sales for quite some time and understand the pressure of quotas.... but one message actually said, "It's end of the month, there is no better time to buy.." blah blah. It came off as pushy and desperate all at the same time.

So sitting at my desk today, I recognize the number calling, and decide to let him know I am no longer interested. I asked some basic questions, decided, again, the time wasn't right and told him I didn't plan on losing money and not having my monthly payment significantly reduced. He laughed and said, "Significantly?" And I relayed I am not paying the same amount for a Soul. He proceeded to tell me how Kia is "kicking everyone's butt now" and they are not, "the same as they used to be" and was really rude and pompous about it.  Who the heck cares?! Ugh!

While there was *still* a tiny possibility of at least me coming in to check it out, after this dealing on the phone with "Clyde," those chances are ruined. And I might have muttered something disrespectful while hanging up the phone. I do apologize for that, but really sir, you shouldn't treat your customers that way. I just wanted to ask some questions, and did, and didn't need the condescending tone.

Disclaimer: I don't like car salesmen (who does?!) and I did not step foot into the dealership, this was strictly phone based.

 
Cheap G. | 2013-04-09

Deceptive Internet pricing.  Looks great until they tell you it includes every possible rebate... And since you don't qualify for those, your price is much higher.  Avoid.

 
Jeri R. | 2012-09-27

If I could give this place zero stars, I would. My grandmother purchased a used Kia Spectra a few years ago and was told she could only go to authorized Kia dealerships for all of the service needs for the car. At the time, this dealership was the only one open. She drove all the way from the San Marco area to Orange Park for every service required for the upkeep of the car, and they continually over charged her and lied to her about services needed in order to get more money. At 60,000 miles, all of the belts in the car are supposed to be replaced. She took it here for that service and a few months later found out through a personal friend who is a mechanic (who volunteered to check out a separate problem with the car for cheap to see if it could be fixed without taking it to Kia) that Kia only replaced two of the six belts, despite having charged her for the full set. They've told her that she needs all new oil when the oil quality and level is perfectly fine. They've told her that things need to be replaced when they are working just right. There is nothing they won't do for more money. What a despicable business run by despicable people.