Melloy Nissan in Albuquerque, NM


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Melloy Nissan


Dealer Info:


Phone(s):(888) 237-1299
Address:7707 Lomas Boulevard Northeast, Albuquerque, NM, 87110
  • Monday: 8:30 am - 9:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 8:30 am - 9:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 8:30 am - 9:00 pm
  • Thursday: 8:30 am - 9:00 pm
  • Friday: 8:30 am - 9:00 pm
  • Saturday: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Sunday: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Reviews on Melloy Nissan

 
James B. | 2015-04-04

Best service department in the state. Josh and Mike are the two friendliest people you can meet. Good service with honest technicians that always do their best.

 
Matthew V. | 2015-03-08

Mixed feelings- I had a stupid sales man try to talk to me about the gtr quoting the stupid brochure...... I've been in the car scene for 10 years- I know more about that car than the sales man on his best day and in my sleep.
The service department never answers the phone, but once I finally got an appointment they were pretty pleasant to deal with.  
Best advice- avoid the sales department, but feel ok about service.

 
Teresa R. | 2015-01-20

I am normally very pleased with everything about Melloy Nissan, but right now I am extremely discouraged with them!
  Right now, they have a promotion going on where you receive a key in the mail for a "chance to win a car" and/or are "guaranteed" to win one of several other prizes!
  I took in my key yesterday and they promptly threw in IN THE TRASH and brought me out 2 scratchers...that you have no chance in hell of winning! You can only scratch off 5 of the 20 or so boxes, and have to match all 5.  Also, the keys are "bogus, because there is no real car to try them on"!!!
  Isn't that false advertising? Shame on you Melloy!
                      Truly disappointed!
                         Keith and Teresa Roe

 
Brian R. | 2015-01-08

Needs a remodel and makeover. Staff was friendly, not much parking

 
Brian J. | 2014-11-24

Went in on November 15th to purchase a new car.  It is very frustrating when you have a sales person help you with to find a vehicle then disappear when it comes time to work a deal. Why oh why can the salesman not sell a vehicle? A sales manager came over (VINCE)to "haggle" the price. It seemed like he was more interested in giving me the business than doing business.  My trade was low balled by $3500.00  stating that they had to call a Dodge dealer to see what they would pay for it. You need to listen to your customer as most not all know what they want and what their credit score is.  5% interest for someone with an 820 credit score is just BS as Nissan Motor Corp currently offers 0% for qualified customers, which I guess that I am not.  YMMV.

 
Kari J. | 2014-07-10

Horrible horrible service. Sold me a car for $8,000 over the blue book value and took advantage of me. BBB and CEO will be notified. Wish I would have went to reliable Nissan.

 
Julie W. | 2014-05-28

This was the worst car shopping experience I've ever had. We found a car we wanted. They ran our credit and did trade appraisal. We had to go put my toddler down for a nap for an hour. Checked quoted price on their website and they over quoted the vehicle $5k. Called them and they apologized said the accidentally gave us the wrong price, said we were approved and to come do paperwork. We went back waited for a half hour and the salesman came back and said they sold the car to someone else!! I called the next day and spoke to the sales manager, Alan, he was unapologetic, told me a sale is a sale (even though they ran my credit and had my trade appraisal and IF given the option I would have given them cash to hold said vehicle) and the guy actually ended the call by telling me to have a terrible day!!! I then took my complaint to higher management. They were professional and kind but it was too little too late. Do not buy from these people. They are crooks and unprofessional to say the least. The happiest ending was buying a better car at a different dealership.

 
Kevin M. | 2014-03-30

I don't know about the new car buying experience but I would flee before walking on to their used car lot again. My wife and I were looking for a relatively late model used car.  The salesman was very helpful and we drove a 2012 Mazda 6, a 2013 Hyundai Elantra and a 2013 Nissan Altima. After driving the three cars we decided we liked the Mazda 6 the most.  Although we intended to probably buy the 6 from another dealership we were willing to have a conversation about possibly buying it from Melloy if they could offer a fair price.  We had financing in place but thought if we agreed to their financing we could get a better deal.  Whew we were massively mistaken.  They avoided telling us the price of the vehicle before we set foot in their sale area.  When they finally disclosed it sounded really high.  Furthermore, when we explained our desired payment they simply thought they could extend the terms of the loan to get us there, eventually proposing a preposterous 84 month loan for a two year old car.  After some mild wrangling we left but decided to look at the kelly blue book and nada price guides for a retail sold vehicle.  The price they offered was a staggering $6500 over blue book or roughly 40% too high.   In fact it was only $1000 less than the blue book price for a new car not remotely reflecting a two year old car with 35k miles.  Frankly, it's offensive.  I thought allowing them to finance might garner a better deal because they get a piece of the financing action.  Instead it allows another way to try to exploit people.  I get that there are shenanigans when dealing with car salesman but when your business model is predicated on ripping people off I think it needs to be shouted out loud.

 
Ralph P. | 2013-11-13

I am driving a 2013 Nissan Maxima and was in Albuquerque on business when something went wrong with the transmission that kept it in a low gear preventing me from being able to drive more than 40 MPH.  I brought the car into Melloy Nissan's service department and they did an exceptional job of taking care of me and my vehicle. Since I needed to make it to my meeting and there were no loaner or rental vehicles available, the General Manager, Roy Benson loaned his personal vehicle to me, allowing me to make it to my appointment on time. As it turned out, the problem was with my Maxima's ECM and Melloy Nissan replaced the part under warranty. they had my Maxima fixed, washed and ready to go by 2:00 PM. To say I am impressed is an understatement... This has got to be one of the best dealerships I have ever had a vehicle serviced at... And, I have used a lot of them!

 
Hannah M. | 2013-07-31

Melloy Nissan was a HUGE help to my boyfriend and me this past week. We stayed in LA all summer and figured we'd stop by ABQ on our way back to St. Louis (home!) where I have an important job interview. We were 20 minutes outside of Albuquerque when our 350z suddenly overheated and lost engine power. Completely unfamiliar with the area, we called AAA and asked that we get towed to the nearest Nissan dealership. Thank God it was Melloy! We ended up having to park the car in the street since they were closed for the night, so we dropped our keys in the drop box and prayed that our car could get looked at first thing in the morning. My boyfriend got called BEFORE 7:30am (the service dept's official opening time) and was told that our car would be their top priority. The staff was incredibly reassuring and told us they'd try to finish the radiator repair by the end of the day. Turns out, Melloy had to get parts from two separate stores yet still had the car ready to go by 5pm! Not only that, but we were able to get picked up from our hotel by an extremely courteous and friendly Melloy employee named Steve. The repairs definitely weren't cheap, but pretty comparable to anywhere else. Everyone was friendly and really understood that we were in a bind. Thanks to Melloy I'm getting to my interview on time tomorrow!

 
Mary R. | 2013-04-04

Beware of the thieves in suits. They're a hard lesson in 'when good people do bad things. They ripped.me off left n right. I do like the car though even though its only less than 3 months old & had 1 recall already & the windshield wipers scrape off my paint on The hood when you lift them to scrape the snow. The worst though of all is the outrageous disrespect!. If there was an option to give a '0 ' rating I would have. May you all have better luck n may we praise n support businesses that are honest n respectful; I know I will be even more grateful for good  guys then ever:)

 
Amy S. | 2013-01-27

I know the way car dealerships generally work. They won't let you leave. You have to talk to the manager. Well, this actually isn't true after we visited a few smaller dealerships that were a lot more respectful of our wishes. Anyways, their behavior wasn't super surprising given the size of the dealership. However, we tried for a very long time to get out of this place, the used car manager would not let us leave and basically thought we were stupid, and tried to convince us that we wanted something else, although we were really clear in what we wanted. I would never ever go here again. The people are not respectful. We visited so many car dealerships in our buying process and the way they treat you here is so far below everywhere else we went. Don't let them fool you by the fact that they "respond" to these complaints. The damage is done, you will never get our business.

 
Katy T. | 2012-08-05

This dealer tries to sell their cars for prices higher than sticker price. They tack another sticker on the car window next to the Nissan sticker. They add things like a thousand or two $$ market adjustment, a $400 paint sealant ( scam ! ) and some kind of plastic R.E.D. Alert Stoplight for $300 ! Absolutely ridiculous ! When you try to negotiate these off they resist and fight and go back and forth. You will be there for hours and they don't listen to you not agreeing on the price and they just try to stick pieces of paper in your face and try to get you to sign even when you don't agree on the price. You can buys cars from other dealers at sticker or often below. Don't waste your time with these guys. Go elsewhere. I was also provided misinformation by the sales staff and caught them in several lies. You also get no apologies and they really don't seem to care if you are at all satisfied or happy. Bottom line - avoid this dealer like the plague.

 
Jorge T. | 2011-11-11

If I were you, I will talk to Mark Chavez about buying a car.

I already had a deal set up in California where I live.  I was in town for one night on business, and I took two buses to get to this dealership just to see a certain color on Nissan Rogue.  I had just swam laps, so I was in my gym suit, wet hair, plastic bag in my hand.  I definitely didn't look like someone who was going to be buying a new Rogue, or any car for that matter.  When Mark approached me, I told him, "Listen, I am only here to look at the color.  I don't live here and I don't want to waste your time."  He smiled and said "No problem, I don't have anything else to do right now."   So we became kind of like friends and we started talking about the car.  We checked out a lot of cars.  He gave me the prices he could sell the cars for, and I knew his prices were excellent since I had done so much research on the vehicle.  I ended up test driving the car to my hotel where our visit ended.  

Mark said he has sold a lot of cars.  He is able to do that because he is a good person as well as a good salesman.  If you want a car, do your research, have your questions ready and go see Mark.