Alfa-Romeo Dealer Reviews

Select a State

Car Dealer Directory >> Alfa Romeo Dealers >> Select State

Please select a State from the list of Alfa-Romeo Dealers below.

Alabama Illinois Montana Rhode Island
Alaska Indiana Nebraska South Carolina
Arizona Iowa Nevada South Dakota
Arkansas Kansas New Hampshire Tennessee
California Kentucky New Jersey Texas
Colorado Louisiana New Mexico Utah
Connecticut Maine New York Vermont
Delaware Maryland North Carolina Virginia
Dist. of Columbia Massachusetts North Dakota Washington
Florida Michigan Ohio West Virginia
Georgia Minnesota Oklahoma Wisconsin
Hawaii Mississippi Oregon Wyoming
Idaho Missouri Pennsylvania

Latest Alfa-Romeo Dealer Reviews

Walter's Alfa Romeo and FIAT - Riverside, CA

On 8/27/2016 4:59:32 PM wrote:
Michael Bousa was great, no pressure, SUPER nice and just an honest down to earth person and that is the ONLY way I will buy a car. We did not have to sit there for HOURS and waste time. I went in with my Auto Trader print out test drove a few cars and once we found the one we loved Michael even let us drive it home to make sure it fit in our Drive way. I always love buying a car at any Walters Dealership. This is my 2nd time buying from a Walters Dealership in Riverside. We had been at a few dealerships in the week before and always walked out because of the way they pressured us or the price never ended up being what the Autotrader price listed. This car was priced right and was what we paid. THANK YOU Michael!!!!!!!

Motor Village LA - Los Angeles, CA

On 8/26/2016 10:51:35 PM wrote:
Had an awful time with the Fiat sales team at this dealership.
It was like visiting a museum of what high-pressure car dealer sales tactics were like in the olden days.
I felt like I needed a shower to clean off the sleaze afterwards.
I haggled with the salesperson for a long time, who kept leaving to leave to check with the finance department and the invisible manager. When we finally seemed to be close to a deal, the salesperson left one more time, for final confirmation from the sales manager.
Sure enough, the sales manager then finally reveals himself, explaining that the prices they had been offering were mistakes. The real price would be significantly more than what they had just provided me (in writing) 5 minutes before.
The manager then restarts the whole sales pitch from the beginning about how the dealer would not be making any money on the car, etc.
What really offended me was that the manager totally contradicted everything his extremely knowledgeable salesperson had been telling me for the past hour.
I left the dealership, and will not return.