Nissan of Omaha in Omaha, NE

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Dealer Info:

Phone(s):(402) 238-1824
Address:17410 Burt St, Omaha, NE, 68118
  • Monday: 8:30 am - 8:30 pm
  • Tuesday: 8:30 am - 8:30 pm
  • Wednesday: 8:30 am - 8:30 pm
  • Thursday: 8:30 am - 8:30 pm
  • Friday: 8:30 am - 6:00 pm
  • Saturday: 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Reviews on Nissan of Omaha

Benjamin G. | 2013-10-22

In my opinion, a dealership that is willing to be dishonest in one area qualifies as a dishonest dealership across the board.  My experience is as follows:

I responded to an internet advertisement for a 2013 Nissan Altima 2.5 S.  I'm very unhappy with the customer service, like getting transferred to 3 different sales representatives and the 2 hours spent in the waiting area, but want to focus on their blatant dishonest business ethics.
As a military member, I take integrity incredibly serious.  I purchased the Altima 2.5 S only to realize on the drive home, it wasn't the 's' trim package but rather the base model which retails for $1,000 less.  I know I should have been more attentive before purchasing, (lesson learned,) but stupidly took the dealerships word that it was an 's' trim package.  The bill of sale says 2.5 s; the internet advertisement says 2.5 s; the car is a not the 's' trim package.  When I went back and confronted the sales team, I spent the next 2 hours hearing how it was simply a typo and they would never intentionally mislabel their cars.

So either this CERTIFIED Nissan dealership can't properly identify their vehicles or they intentionally sold me a base model as the 's' trim package.  With either scenario, I could never recommend this dealership and highly suggest you avoid Nissan of Omaha.

Rick K. | 2013-08-12

Admittedly I don't live in Omaha and I have never been to this dealer before. That said, I have to share my experience there this past week. I drive an '04 350Z and was on the last leg of a cross country road trip heading home to Chicago. I spent the night in Omaha at a hotel and as I was leaving the following morning found my passenger side mirror had been knocked loose. I didn't want to drive the next part of the trip with it hanging. Nissan of Omaha was not far so I drove there and asked the service guys if there was something short of duct tape they could do as a temporary fix until I could get home and let my body shop do the repairs.

Here's what they did. They took the car into the garage and one of their mechanics took a look, pulled off the inside of the door, saw what the issue was and he fixed it... not a temporary fix but a permanent fix (at least until the next time someone decides to sling their suitcase around). It took about 30 minutes. When they were finished they washed my car and I was on my way. Total cost? Just my time. They charged me nothing. Told me to have a safe trip and that was that. Did I mention they washed my car?

I know those of you who have to deal with them all the time might have issues, but as far as I'm concerned these folks are all right. Just one man's experience.

Hugh D. | 2013-07-25

I agree with Denis about his assessment of this dealership.  They will offer you "deals" only to change the terms once they get you to agree.  Their finance department will hard-sell you on their service contract.  He is not really a finance person, but a second layer sales person to up-sell you.  

This dealership cannot be trusted.  You can get a Nissan from many other dealers.  I suggest you do so.

Denis S. | 2013-05-25

This dealership has nice sales people but the service department and finance department seem to just want your money.  Finance especially wanted to sell us a service contract for 99.00 a month.  For 99.00 a month I can get my car serviced every 6 months and still have plenty left over.  Do people really pay that much to get service on their cars??  I've bought new cars before and nobody has ever spent as much time on trying to sell me a service contract like this before.  Great cars but watch out for the bottom line.