George White Chevrolet in Ames, IA

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Dealer Info:

Phone(s):(515) 598-4970
Address:Highway 30 & 69 South, Ames, IA, 50010
  • Monday: 8:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Thursday: 8:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Friday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Saturday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Reviews on George White Chevrolet

Chase J. | 2015-02-14

Parts is always easy to work with, little experience with service but from what I see they do quality work

Hayley G. | 2014-09-10

I would NOT recommend George White to anyone who is taking is there for service.  My 2010 Chevy Equinox (not purchased at George White) Stopped working on my way back to Ames. I got it towed to George White since It was still under warranty. After waiting two weeks to get my car fixed and my entire transmission rebuilt (which I was originally told would only take one week) I went to go on a three hour car ride to find that my transmission was Still not working properly. I immediately took my car back to George White and left it there while I went out of town. I got a call from them telling me that everything was fine on my car, it was driving perfectly for them and I must not know how to drive my AUTOMATIC car. Thankfully, My car made it back to Illinois where I could take it to the dealer I bought it from to find out there was for sure something VERY wrong with the car. After getting it diagnosed again there they found that the transmission that George White Cheverolet "rebuilt" had shards of metal in it. After getting it fixed at the Cheverolet in Illinois it is in perfect working order. I would not waste your time at George White!!!!

Ashlee L. | 2013-08-08

Went through for an oil change there were no cars waiting and it appeared bays were open.  My oil change took over an hour, and they attempted to upsell for parts I didn't need and services that have already been taken care of.  They did what I asked  and I will go back but I do feel a bit grumbly about their sales tactics.

Andrew T. | 2010-10-10

George White was fine - This is honestly the first car I personally have assisted in buying, and it wasn't for me. Plus, It's important to mention that my attitude towards car dealers is "I will give you extra money if you just leave me alone and let me make my decision."

I was helping Grandma buy a car to replace a 13 year old model, and George White does have a good selection - much larger than the other dealership we looked at in a smaller town. In our case, the winning model, a Pontiac G6, was available in spades. The sales cycle wasn't super high pressure, they allowed us to take the car home overnight to give it a little extended test drive, and didn't seem to be super greasy. We didn't haggle them down for every last penny, but they dealt with us in a reasonable fashion, etc. The specific car we looked at was priced a couple hundred dollars above the blue book, but not outrageously so - within reason, I suppose.

I would probably go back to look again if I was in the area. But I'm not, so I personally probably won't be. It does have a decent selection, so if I have to do this sort of thing again, I wouldn't hesitate to stop here.

Eric B. | 2008-09-02

Writing Yelp reviews continues to evolve for me.  It's not just my experiences at a given restaurant or other business.  It's also a travel log and a history of where I've been and my associated life experiences.  And if I scrap-booked many of these reviews (e.g. Shutterfly), I think my son and others would get a decent look at interesting parts of my life.

George White Chevrolet is where my parents bought me my first car as a college graduation present (University of Iowa - B.S. - Chemical Engineering).  It was a new 2-door blue 1978 Chevy Malibu.

That car took me to a summer job at Dow Chemical in Midland Michigan, graduate school at Texas A&M (Gig Em Aggies!), my first real job for Rohm and Haas in greater Philadelphia, and finally Houston Texas, where I eventually traded it in and bought a Red VW Scirocco.  I didn't always take care of it the way I should of, and the lack of air conditioning was a real challenge in Texas, but I really enjoyed that car!