Classic Honda in Orlando, FL


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Classic Honda


Dealer Info:


Phone(s):(407) 645-6206
Address:4000 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL, 32808
  • Monday: 9:00 am - 8:30 pm
  • Tuesday: 9:00 am - 8:30 pm
  • Wednesday: 9:00 am - 8:30 pm
  • Thursday: 9:00 am - 8:30 pm
  • Friday: 9:00 am - 8:30 pm
  • Saturday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Sunday: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Reviews on Classic Honda

 
Paul C. | 2015-04-05

I first went into Classic Honda looking for, arghhhh, a car they had sold that day and the salesperson, Charese, met me with a warm smile and attitude that made me feel immediately at ease.  As they did not have a car that worked that day, she recommended me to their sister company, Classic Mazda where I went car hunting for a few days to no avail.  Back to Classic Honda and the few cars that would now work as new inventory had come in and price had dropped on one.  We took three cars out for test drives and the winner was a Toyota Camry SE which I was allowed to pay for with my credit card (I am a CC point/mile hoarder;). Within a couple of hours, I was driving it off the lot and leaving our trusty Honda Accord behind for KBB trade-in value.  
From Charese' awesome service through to the fun and funny Bostonian contract guy, this was my best experience buying a car, hands down.  As a note, I did notice one somewhat stressed looking higher executive that I am guessing was the one to give an earlier reviewer a hard time based on their clothing but I did not deal with him so, three thumbs up and I would definitely buy here again!!

 
Shirley P. | 2015-03-14

Our family just bought its 4th vehicle from here, and our salesman never lets us down...what a great experience!  I can't speak for any other salesman, but if you want a guy with integrity ask for "MO" he's been there for 15 yrs. for a reason.  We've bought new & used cars as well with no problems.  Yes, it is a no haggle pricing dealer now, but you can always negotiate on your trade in:). Toyota dealer screwed me royally when I was young and stupid and years later they haven't changed the way they do business.  We even test drove cars we saw on their other classic dealership website-we called our sales guy, and within hrs. He had the cars at Classic Honda ready for when we arrived.  Rule of thumb is always have your financing prior to arriving, & do your homework in the vehicle your looking to buy. The only time a dealer beats your bank is if you have excellent credit.  Hope this helps!!

 
Shannon B. | 2015-02-26

Stay away from this place. I was blatantly asked my credit score before I could even test drive the car I was interested in. As a young female, I expected to be treated differently but this was ridiculous. I lied just to see how I would be treated if they thought I couldn't afford the car. Needless to say I won't be purchasing my new car from this dealer. I'll spend my money elsewhere. What's the old adage? Never judge a book by its cover.

 
Keith C. | 2015-02-21

I had a great experience with the service team. I made an appointment online, received a confirmation, and my car was ready before they said it would and was less than quotes from other service centre.  Overall great experience.

 
Michael D. | 2014-07-08

Awesome service. I've had all of my regular maintenance done at this location and they always get me in and out.

 
Marley G. | 2014-05-19

Absolutely  not.  Never again.  I visited Classic's website and saw a car on the website they claimed to have in inventory.  I called and talked to an internet sales guy who CONFIRMED that the car was on the lot.  My hubby and I drove over an hour to the dealership to make a purchase.  The second we pulled into a parking space, there were two sales people who came directly at is.  We were not even out of the car...feet hadn't even hit the ground, and one of the sales people was asking what he could do for us.  We just said "hello" and gathered our things.  We walked the lot to see if we could find the car we'd come to see and two of them followed us around.  We evaded them and decided to go inside and speak to a sales manager.  The one sales guy followed us inside.  I felt uncomfortable, so I waled toward the ladies room.  He followed me to the bathroom!!!  I felt completely stalked!  I understand wanting to make a sale, but BACK OFF!  After I emerged from the ladies room (and the coast was clear), I went to the sales desk where five sales managers were standing around.  One man looked at us and said, "Do you need something?"  (Wow...)  I explained why we were there, what we'd been told on the phone.  An older man comes up and asks, "What are you looking for?"  We told him.  He didn't recognize the name of one of their own cars.  Then, a third manager steps in and asks what we're looking for.  We said, "We were told you had a 2015 Honda Fit."  His eyes grew wide and his mouth fell open.  "We don't have those yet."  We said, "We were told you did."  He said, "Well, we don't."  They just stood there with their mouths hanging open, dumbfounded, denying we'd been instructed on the phone that something was on the lot.  Okay....all that aside, I can understand possible miscommunication and the over-anxious-followed-me-to-the-bathroom sales guy, but THREE Mr. Man sales managers treated us as if they could care less that we'd brought our business to their dealership.  They weren't polite of helpful at all.  All they had to say was "How can we help you?  Oh...we're so sorry, we don't have that right now...let me see what we can do..."  Anything.  Instead, they stood there chastising us after we'd spent gas money to drive round trip over two hours.  THAT is not customer service.  In fact, that is bait and switch.  Bad job fellows.  Will not return and will find another dealership that actually cares to help me out.

 
Patrick B. | 2014-05-14

This dealership is easy to find - just look for the flock of vultures circling above their car lot.  Seriously though - my wife and I parked the car, opened the doors, and literally before our feet hit the ground, there is a salesman that has already descended on us.  To make matters worse, we drove an hour and a half each way to purchase a new car that their salesman promised us on the phone was in stock. We arrived, only to be told that the salesman lied to us; that the car we wanted was not in stock. " Classic BAIT AND SWITCH " ought to be the name of this place!

 
Amy S. | 2014-04-06

I really wish we would have had a better experience with the salesman here because we would have ended up with another Honda versus the Toyota we have now and we'd have never had to deal with Central Toyota.  What a horrid experience that was!  

I think the problem here was we got labeled as soon as we walked in the door.  Neither of us dressed up at all and I didn't bother to put make-up on.  It should not have matter because we were there to buy a car and buy a car that day.  We had the credit, etc. to do  so and we did in fact buy a car, like I said above, just not from here.  

The salesman barely gave us any of his time.  Didn't take the time to show us around the lot.  It was rather rude and basically just dismissed us.  We could have asked for another salesman or asked to speak to the manager, but we didn't.  We didn't appreciate being "sized-up" and treated that way, so we just left.

It's really a pity too because we had a Honda Fit we really loved.  Hubby had just totaled it in a freak accident.  He hydroplaned coming home from Disney after work about 2am on the backroads.  it was pouring rain, he could barely see the road, wasn't speeding at all, but he hit that puddle and off the road he went.  After seeing the car, I couldn't believe he survived it and the firemen at the scene told him he would not have survived it had it not been for Honda's side airbags.  They said without them he would have broken his neck on impact.  So yes, we went specifically looking for another Honda.

They absolutely lost a sale the day we walked in and they decided to stereotype us.  A word to the wise Honda salesmen:  Y'all work on commission and every customer should be treated the same.  You never know when you are literally sending your commission right out the door.

 
Taylor F. | 2013-11-26

We just moved here from California and our car ended up needing quite a bit done, my girlfriend was in tears when she saw the bill. But honestly, they couldn't have taken any better care of us and when we left, we left smiling and hugging Marisela ( I think that was her name) because she was OUTSTANDING!
Excellent customer service and we are so grateful to them for caring like they did!

 
Kate H. | 2013-09-29

I didn't end up buying a car yet, but the salespeople were great and very knowledgeable. Although they called me after they haven't bugged me since and that makes me think that when I am ready I will go back in.

 
Mimi S. | 2011-12-21

My husband and I bought a beautiful 2012 Honda Fit at Classic Honda.  Our salesperson was Amir Jacob.  He never pressured us, was fully informed about all the vehicles we were considering and was as kind and considerate as one could imagine.  He told us that Honda would accept anything with a motor; so we ended up trading in 2 cars and 1 boat.  It was very helpful as the financing for the car is now considerably lower due to his help.  I can't praise him enough for being so kind and personable and truly a joy to work with.  We will indeed come back to the dealership again as well as telling our friends about our most satisfying experience and how all of this was made possible by our sales person and "new friend" Mr. Amir Jacob.
Sincerely,
Mimi P. Saunders

 
Cherry J. | 2010-10-02

Horrible.

Immediately I was accosted by several sales people, one of whom corralled me at a workstation just inside the entrance to rudely and invasively interrogate me on my finances.  She was apparently not convinced that I could afford a "new" Honda and banished me outside in the 90+ degree heat to look at the "USED" cars by myself.

1) I don't want a used car, and I told her this repeatedly.  2) Even if I did, can't I look at the new cars in the show room to decide whether or not I even want a Honda at all?

No?  Okay then.

I will NEVER buy a Honda after that experience!  I had much, much, MUCH (infinitely) better service from the Mitsubishi and Ford dealerships nearby.

 
Adam P. | 2010-10-02

Good dealers, some great car deals.