ARCHER-PERDUE SUZUKI in Omaha, NE


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Dealer Info:


Phone(s):(402) 891-1100
Address:14227 S St, Omaha, NE - 68137   near St,u St

Dealer Info:


Phone(s):(402) 891-1100
Address:14227 S St, Omaha, NE, 68137
  • 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 - 7:00 pm
  • Saturday: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Sunday: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Reviews on ARCHER-PERDUE SUZUKI

 
Larry A. | 2013-07-10

SERIOUSLY?!?!?!  I just got the truck back from the shop and found out that it had NEVER been tuned up. It's a 2005 with low mileage, but still needs a tune up... Salesman told me that they had tuned it up in their shop..  The shop i just got the truck back from said it looked like it had NEVER been tuned up.. The guys at this dealership are liars..

 
Mary F. | 2012-12-09

So Perdue himself lied to us when we bought a car from this dealership.

I bought a Suzuki from them back in 2006.  Our sales person, Mike (I think his name was) was nice enough. I guess my first indication that I shouldn't have bought a car here came when we were test driving it and the salesperson asked if we wanted to buy it (we did) today and said that another salesperson had other people coming in that evening to buy it. Cool, so you're just gonna stab your co-worker in the back? Nice.

Anyway, the car appeared to be fine. We bought it. Huzzah. Everything was nice until the next day I go to work and come out to leave and my car wouldn't start. Uh-Oh. Anyway, my partner gets in contact with the dealership and informs them that the car would be coming back the next day. We don't want to deal with constant break downs Perdue then comes out to my place of work at night and looks at the car. I was actually kind of impressed by that. Anyway as it turns out the battery was dead. He told he would replace it for free. Awesome.

Anyway at this point I had become slightly weary of the car and was looking at the documents that came with it. We were told directly by Perdue himself that the bank who financed us told them that they required us to get the extra warranty on the car. After talking to my partner about it we decided that sounded stupid and called the bank directly. As it turns out, they did NOT in fact require ANY extra insurance/warranty/etc....  So yes, Mr. Perdue himself lied to our faces. Classy guy, right?

Also, Suzuki's are awful cars. the Suzuki we bought from them in 2006 is now dead. What's even more sad is that we hadn't even put 20,000 miles on it. It was not our primary car, but we kept up on the maintenance on it. One day it made a loud bang, nearly started on fire, and the engine is screwed. The car itself has depreciated to such a low value that it is not worth fixing.

We are now in the market for a new car and guess where we aren't going? Here.
I will NEVER, EVER shop at any place with Perdues name on it. It's one thing to be lied to or manipulated by a sales person, but it's a whole other ugly beast when the OWNER will stand there and lie to your face.

So in closing, Suzukis suck, this dealership sucks and Perdue can get bent.