Cricks Ssangyong and Westpoint Ssangyong
Dealing with both establishments was faultless, professional no pressure to sign, factual dealing. Cricks dropped the ball with a staff member illness at a critical juncture, and stock was a bit longer wait. Westpoint could confirm stock being 3 weeks max for one spare Musso. They (Westpoint) were seamless in internal communications and staff liaising with each other.
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Terrible after sales service.
Bought a brand new Ssangyong Korando from Rockingham Ssangyong in 2012, with a 5 year warranty. Extremely unhappy with their after sales service. If there was a no star rating on here. That's what I'd rate them. Caveat Emptor (buyer beware), once they take your money, it’s goodbye Charlie.
Hillbilly Flim Flam
A little history on the reviewer; I have bought 17 Nissan Patrols since 1980 (14 diesels); 12 for myself and 5 for friends and family; we currently have 4 in the garage, 2010, 2007, 2006 and 2000). I have a reasonable exposure to the product;
I purchased a 2006 3.0 diesel patrol from this establishment. I am in Victoria and did the deal over the phone and email; the description of the vehicle was appealing; and I went through the usual questions (I have bought 5 cars from interstate over the years). Communications is poor, sales staff are st...
Took $1000 holding deposit with no contract, no paperwork and wont re pay it
I paid a $1000 holding deposit on a car and decided about an hr later that it wasn't the right car. I had no paperwork, no contract and no recorded phone contract and the sales man Ian and the finance guy Paul didn't advise me that the deposit was not refundable. I was only advised 10 days later after I had asked for return of the deposit 4 times that it apparently wasn't refundable. Steer clear
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Great value and quality for your money
I purchased the vehicle in December 2013 in Cairns as it was a much better deal than i could get locally and we were going there on holidays and we drove it back to Melbourne giving us time to run it in on the trip home. Had a Nissan Navarva before this and was a very good vehicle but replacement cost was nearly double that of the Ssangyong. But drives very well tows well and is comfortable being 6'4". Have had two of the old Ssangyong 4wd utes and were ok but this model is far superior.
Price comfortable tows well.
Limited dealerships, rear ute a little on the small side but quite useable.
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