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Latest Missouri Audi Dealer ReviewsOn 5/8/2013 1:44:21 PM VishakManisekar wrote:
I had an issue where the "Vehicle Lights Malfunction" light was on. I scheduled a dropoff time. My interaction was with the entire service team (especially Ricky). He understood my concerns and addressed in a way that gave me a lot of relief. The issue was resolved.
The same light popped up again in 2 weeks, and I have dropped my car. I will send an updated review after the new visit as well.On 5/8/2013 1:12:24 AM Vorsprungdurch wrote:
Have been looking for a new car after recently parting with my beloved M3. I have been looking at a few different options, such as Mercedes AMG's, BMW M's, and possibly Range Rover SC (if I was to move to an SUV). I was almost sold on a new M3 Competition, having all the numbers run, and everything but the signature remaining. I took the night in planning to think it over, as there was a couple options that I was unsure on (I know it sounds as a brat in nit-picking over a few relatively "tiny" things in a car many would love to just drive; however when entering this market and dealing with such high-end automobiles, you want what you want). I am glad that I did. Upon returning the next day, a different sales rep tried to push into "helping" me, and then continued to play third wheel once my actual sales rep arrived. Ultimately, I don't like the feeling of being rushed or pushed one direction or the other, and it became too much when the other sales rep was interrupting the proper sales rep, and frankly making statements that weren't true. This is all after being a client for a decade, and knowing very well what I am taking about and wanting, especially having owned an M myself. Despite all this, I was still not completely deterred... that was until I stopped by Molle Audi on a whim. I have been looking at maybe making the switch to Audi since 2008, and seriously upon the decision of parting with my M3. Upon walking in, I was immediately referred to a sales rep. He knew that I had made an inquire previously, and asked who my sales rep was. He informed me upfront that he would be more than happy to help me in any way, but made it clear that this was not his sale, as I had already made contact with Mr. Maidment in reference to special ordering an RS5. This speaks to not only Audi's personnel, but to the specific honour and integrity of the sales rep himself. He spent atleast two hours with me, all while having customers that very well could have bought a car right then, passing them immediately to another equally competent and friendly associate of his, as to completely devote his time to me (all while getting nothing out of it, as it wasn't his sale). He not only answered every question I could throw at him, but new all the exact appropriate answers--at times surpassing my knowledge, which has never happened in any of my multiple high end sports car purchases--as well as one upping me a few times in when we were shooting the breeze about history and other subjects as we were awaiting details I had requested on the car (not just any details, but specific build specs that Audi the manufacturer had to be consulted). This is above and beyond any other experience I have had, and I have dealt with BMW, Lexus, Land Rover, and others, in purchasing high end vehicles. I was, and still remain beyond impressed.
In reading the reviews that were negative, there seems to be one commonality: complaining about costs of services/repairs, which leads the reviewer to leave horribly negative marks. One has to understand something in the high end auto world, especially high end German cars: they are extraordinarily complex high-performance machines, a lot of the time with proprietary technology...they are expensive to own and maintain (THIS IS NOT UNIQUE TO AUDI BY ANY MEANS); one should not look at buying at $50-180k automobile, and expect to pay the service, repair, maintenance and upkeep costs as a Ford! When you consider what it cost Audi to make these cars, the training the techs go through, the fact that most time parts are ordered and shipped from Germany...Molle is making a very slight amount, if anything, which is necessary to keep the business running. You wouldn't go into a surgery and say "try and cut as many corners as your can to keep the cost closer to an office visit"--this is how I view the comments people make in complaining about the cost of Molle Audi, or high-performance imports in general; I guess there are those who probably do say things like that--"Oh that surgery cost too much, yes you saved my life, but I don't think it fair'...basically: DONT BUY A HIGH PERFORMANCE AUTOMOBILE IF YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MAINTAIN IT!!! Common Sense. Also the reason for the 4yr/50k warranty!!! Not to mention the option to Certify it after that (If it meets the w/i 6yr IPD and <60000).
A long story's end: I put down my deposit, car now carries "sold" sticker, and I am returning tomorrow or the next day at the latest to finalize. My first experience w/ Molle Audi converted my after a decade with BMW, and a number of years with Lexus, Land Rover, and others prior. Thank You Molle Family & Associates!