Moritz Chevrolet in Fort Worth, TX


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At Moritz Chevrolet, we pride ourselves on upholding A Reputation of Integrity, Transparency and Trust. Whether you're looking to drive home in a new Chevy or you need service on the vehicle you already own, our professional staff is dedicated to making your experience with us a great one. Visit our Chevrolet dealership in Fort Worth, TX today!

Moritz Chevrolet


Dealer Info:


Phone(s):(817) 696-2000
Address:9101 Camp Bowie West, Fort Worth, TX, 76116
  • Monday: 8:30 am - 8:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 8:30 am - 8:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 8:30 am - 8:00 pm
  • Thursday: 8:30 am - 8:00 pm
  • Friday: 8:30 am - 8:00 pm
  • Saturday: 8:30 am - 7:00 pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Reviews on Moritz Chevrolet

 
Sherry H. | 2015-02-02

I had a problem with my dash cracking on my '08 Yukon and the service advisor was nice and has tried to get GM to fix it.  They will cover half but it is still expensive.  Luckily the advisor is still looking for more help from GM because it seems to be a problem with most Yukons and silverados around that year.  Hopefully GM will stand behind their products and help out more!

 
Victor F. | 2015-01-01

I bought a new Chevy Camaro and I couldn't be more happy with the purchase and the service I was given. Moritz really knows how to treat people right without viewing them as dollar signs. Really respectful and knowledgeable staff and I'll defini be going back again for any future purchases.

 
Randy M. | 2014-09-22

Im very Unhappy with the service you guys are doing my truck has been sitting for 2 days at your shop for a motor mount now i just heard it might be another 2 days before you guys can do anything your closed friday  so it might be a week before i get it back signed Very UnHappy

 
Andrew T. | 2011-02-24

I have bought a vehicle from the Moritz family of dealerships before and had a pleasant experience so when it was time to buy again,  I headed to their GM dealership to give them first crack at my business.

My wife and I were greeted by a salesman named Gabe. We had done some research ahead of time and had decided on a Chevy Equinox. He took us around the lot and showed us the vehicles he had and my wife found one in the color she liked,  so we started by just asking for a quote.  

Now granted, we were better prepared than most,  since we knew we qualified for GM preferred pricing and loyalty. So although he asked the obligatory questions,  we knew what kind of price we should be getting.

He immediately went on the offensive,  asking what it would take to seal the deal that day.  We responded that we wanted to do more research before we committed. He obliged, introduced us to his manager, and led us back outside.

Turns out the vehicle on the lot wasn't here ideal vehicle, since there were features it was missing that we really wanted. So Gabe continued to search for a vehicle that met our needs.

He had a few leads,  but they never did pan out.  It'd start out with a hopeful morning and end with a disappointing call in the evening.  In defense of Gabe,  the vehicle and color is extremely popular, and inventory moves very quickly.

In the end we got our car from another dealership, but would still recommend shopping at Moritz.