Battison Honda in Oklahoma City, OK


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Battison Honda


Dealer Info:


Phone(s):(800) 489-1016
Address:8700 Northwest Expressway, Oklahoma City, OK, 73162
  • 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 - 9:00 pm
  • Saturday: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Reviews on Battison Honda

 
Jeff M. | 2015-03-02

As Doug I. has mentioned, there has been a string of name changes over the last decade or so. I purchased my (now old) Honda Fit from Steve Bailey Honda. When I was out of town for a few years, they apparently became Momentum Honda (which I was not a huge fan of from personal experience) and then more recently it became Battison Honda.

All of my (pleasant) experiences with Battison have been service-related. It's not for the lack of trying to buy a car from them. But they weren't willing to even consider my request when I was in the market for a new car, so I ended up going elsewhere. My point is: this review is mostly for the service department. I've attempted a couple of car purchases over the years, but I have not been impressed with their salespeople. One of them was an outright jerk. I don't remember much about him, other than he was a... portly fellow. I ended up getting my new car from Bob Howard after that unpleasant experience. But Bob Howard is kind of farther than I want to drive, and their service department was so hit-or-miss that I started showing up at Battison instead.

The service department is helpful, clear about what's been done, and have even worked with me on adjusting prices on services provided. I've also never had to wait terribly long when my car needed servicing. I know I'm still paying more than I should based on how much the actual parts are (even if you take labor into account), but obviously if I cared enough, I would buy the parts online and learn to do it myself. However, they're definitely not high pressure on any service-work, which I do appreciate. My most recent experience left me feeling like they actually cared, which I don't get too often when car service is involved.

[] Summary [] I am a fan. Of the service department at least.

 
Jason J. | 2015-01-05

From the sales people to general management (if not ownership), this dealership represents every poor stereotype that deceptive car dealerships and car salesmen have earned themselves for decades.  I'm honestly shocked they even cared to change the oil prior to delivery of our used Accord.  Based on the purchase experience alone, they are not genuinely interested in customer satisfaction, let alone earring repeat customers. We only went through with the sale because we were dumb enough to become obligated to do so without being satisfied about everything first.

Tip: walk away from the Battison showroom experience. The atmosphere is riddled with arrogance, low IQ's, cheesy suits, and inaction to the customer's needs. They will make you empty promises all day long with a straight face. Buy your used car privately!

 
Doug I. | 2014-06-30

They used to be Steve Bailey then Momentum... now Battison    I bought my Honda from them 2 years ago and have been getting my routine service... frankly I'm tired of their overall customer service.  There staff is generally grumpy... act as if I should be thankful they are providing me a service.... They are also pretty slow compared to the Nissan dealership next door that I take my wife's Nissan to get serviced.  They used to do a pretty decent job and even wash off the car... not sure what's been going on lately... I'm going to take my car somewhere else from now on.  Who knows maybe I'm crazy and unrealistic of how car  service goes? They did get better reviews from other people.

 
KJ J. | 2013-12-20

Overall it was a pleasant experience. I went to Eskridge Honda to see if they had any awesome deals on the 2013 Honda Accord which they advertise at 19881. Of course there were none available and it didn't apply on the coupe. There seemed to be less pressure and you are better off not getting your credit checked 1st and negotiating your bottom dollar. Once you have settled on that, then you can go to the finance department for Honda financing. The 0.9% is 24-36 months, 1.9% is 48-60 months. Careful that the finance guy will try to throw in extended warranty and windshield tire and dent coverage at 3-4000 more.
Dustye and Paul were my reference so if you go in please use me as a reference so I get a 100 referral. Contact me for a great negotiating technique ... I got a blue Accord coupe with tinted windows all weather floormats and spoiler for under $22k out the door with no trade in. They also offer oil changes for life but non-transferable and free engine replacement.
Came in today and got a loaner and since it was empty, got a $20 voucher for gas.