Freeman Honda in Dallas, TX


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Phone(s):(214) 800-6500
Address:39680 Lyndon B Johnson Fwy, Dallas, TX, 75232

Reviews on Freeman Honda

 
Patrice M. | 2015-03-06

Customer service was good. Only problem was that they didn't do a great job on repairing my car. Paid $400 to get it fixed. This is wrong.

 
Debbie C. | 2014-12-06

If you want to save yourself some time buying a new Honda, just ask for Mike Allen at Freeman Honda (cell: 682-365-7052). He is a top "gold master" salesman, and treats his customers with honesty and respect. What he gives up on margin, he makes up in volume. He quoted me all-inclusive, out-the-door prices right over the phone, and they were the best prices I found online or in person in the Metroplex (several thousand less than the first quotes other dealerships gave me, and several hundred less than the best prices I received when I went back and forth/sat down with them to bargain).

I had been shopping for a new car for weeks, and wish I had saved myself the hassle of extracting quotes from other Honda dealerships, visiting showrooms with false promises of their having the vehicle I wanted (David McDavid Honda Irving), price matching (Vandergriff Honda Arlington), beating a competitors' price by $500 (David McDavid again), not budging on excessive dealer add-ons that I did not want (Vandergriff Honda and Huggins Honda). Who has time for these shenanigans?

I got a fantastic deal on my new Civic at Freeman Honda. Before buying, I got to take it for an extended test drive (no salesperson went with me unlike all the other dealerships). After the sale was completed, Mike took the time to help me sync my phone, set the clock, and show me some of the other helpful indicators and controls I hadn't figured out during my test drive. Just an awesome experience. Highly recommend.

 
Robert S. | 2014-07-06

I had a fantastic buying experience here.  My salesman was named Mike, and he made me a heck of a deal. I didn't even counter.

I had my 5,000 mile oil change yesterday. I made an appointment for 1:00 pm, and I was on my way by 1:30 pm. They even washed my car.

 
David B. | 2014-06-22

Was out of town, went to True Car and Jeff Cole picked me up wright away.  Great guy to deal.  Prompt, sharp and did what he said.  I flow into town, drove over and pick up the new car for my kid and out the door we went.  All is good in the world.  
David Phoenix

 
Dan M. | 2014-04-08

Recently bought a new Accord from Freeman Honda. I could not be happier with the buying experience. Dealt primarily with Jeff Cole and he answered questions and responded to emails immediately. Everything he told me was the truth. Freeman is not like some others in the area who use old bait and switch tactics or high pressure, beat you down until you wear down and sign. They are honest and my wife and I were very impressed! It was a pleasant experience. Highly recommend!

 
Nepsa N. | 2014-01-08

Recently bought a car here. Salesman did not seem to know anything about the cars. I got a pretty good deal so I went ahead and bought the car. I am very happy with my purchase but the employees have the typical "used car salesman"  personality. They didn't really seem to have any type of intelligence about Honda vehicles or how they worked. I came back a few days later to the parts and services department to see about buying some accessories for my new car and the guy seemed like I was a bother to be asking about so many different accessories. I ended up not buying a single thing because I could tell I was obviously bothering him with my questions about my potential purchases. I went to another dealership and spent about an entire paycheck on accessories for my new car. Definitely will not be going here again.

With all that said, Chad Jones who works in the finance department (also a rep for Capitol One) could single-handedly run this place. I wish he would transfer to a new dealership where his skills would be recognized. This is an awful dealership, but I really liked this man. He honestly tried to get you in a vehicle, not make a buck off you.

Their website is a joke too. Never works....

 
Morgan H. | 2014-01-06

HORRIBLE!!! I called two days before I was able to go to this car lot, asked about the car I specifically wanted and asked to be contacted before I drove 45 mins ( if the car is sold) . Total waist of time!!!!!!! Beyond angry and totally upset

 
Margie B. | 2013-12-01

Bought a 2014 Accord 3 weeks ago and it's been in the shop for a week. It was leaking oil and they did not know if it was from the engine or transmission. I was told that they may have to remove the transmission....WHAT... Since I had the car for only 2 weeks I asked to have the car replaced and they refused. DO NOT buy a car here.

 
Mike T. | 2013-04-29

Dropped in at Freeman Honda on 4/27/13 to discuss advertised financing and trade-in deals. Donna was our sales associate and provided good, friendly service. The first part of the process was determining trade-in: The first offer from Freeman (who got us in the door with a flyer stating they would pay 115% of the Kelly Blue Book trade-in value) was 25% UNDER KBB. Two people at the dealership then explained to us that KBB is a "national average" that we shouldn't pay attention to...This said AFTER THEY GOT US in the door with a direct-mail campaign stating that they use KBB for valuations.  Next step: advertised financing rates. Since we had already gotten a loan approval earlier in the day, we knew the buyer's credit rating from the approving lender before we arrived. When we asked if he qualified for the special financing based on the credit rating provided earlier in the day, we were told yes. However, when the finance manager returned with their own credit report, they told us the score had (magically) dropped about 50 points in 3 hours...and, "sorry, but you missed the special financing by a couple of points." We tried for a couple of hours to work out a deal, but to no avail. At one point, we briefly discussed leasing. I told the finance guy we didn't like leasing, that at the end of the lease we had no equity in the auto. He responded "you build equity with a lease!" What?! I had to tell him I had personal experience with leases and assured hiim that lease customers do not build equity in the leased auto. Since the shop closed at 8:00 and the last offer, which we declined, came at 8:30, we decided to leave. This is when we learned that we probably don't want to do business with Freeman Honda: As we pulled out of the trade-in inspection "bay" (our truck had been parked there earlier by a FH employee), the car had been parked too closely to a beam that supported the covered parking area and, as we backed out, one of supports scraped and dented the driver door. We stopped immediately and got out of the car and began taking pictures. Out the side door of the dealership came the finance people who had stayed late to see if they could sell us a car. However, instead of checking to see if we needed anything - or if anyone was hurt (not, thankfully) THE STAFF, WITH SMILES ON THEIR FACES, JUMPED IN THEIR CARS AND WENT HOME, leaving us to deal with the issue on our own. 5 minutes later an employee showed up to tell us he was locking the gate and that we needed to leave the premises. A very bad experience all-around...except for our sales associate, whom we appreciated while she worked with us. Today we're spending our time with insurance adjustors and car rentals. A ridiculous end to a very disappointing visit to Freeman Honda in south Dallas.