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  • rogerreviewedEd Hicks Imports

    parts department is not worth messing with, 2 times in the last week I... read more parts department is not worth messing with, 2 times in the last week I have gone there looking for parts for an exterra. twice I got told the parts don't exist, one time over the phone, both times I took the parts in, one time even with the piece in front of them, the front desk guy says it doesn't exist. second time I got told over the phone it doesn't exist, brought the piece in to show them and after I told them I bought the fuel pump some where else, all of a sudden it only comes WITH the pump, so I got to go to where I bought the pump from, so it started with not existing and went to someone elses fault. The don't sell the piece. needless to say, I will never again give my money to Nissan, either buying a vehicle or a part. thanks for nothing ed hicks Nissan.

  • "Please update the information about this dealership. Your site displa... read more "Please update the information about this dealership. Your site displays the old address. The correct info/address for this dealership is: Volkswagen of Corpus Christi 6902 S Padre Island Dr, Corpus Christi, TX 78412 Phone: (361) 653-8400 Thank you."

  • We bought a 2009 Sportwagen from this dealership shortly before the cu... read more We bought a 2009 Sportwagen from this dealership shortly before the current owners bought the business. We had problems with the sunroof failing to close, and when the warranty ended after the car had been in the shop 5 times attempting to fix the sunroof, we simply decided never to open the sunroof again. Despite that, the sunroof leaked during a rainstorm and left two inches of water inside the car. We traded it in on a 2013 Sportwagen. When the new car had about 4000 miles, fuel mileage and performance dropped suddenly and the dealership refused to acknowledge the problem. That problem resolved itself, but the dealership didn't attempt to help. We just had the first oil change done on the new car (we don't put many miles on it) and two days later found oil leaks in the driveway. The dipstick showed no oil at all. By phone, the service advisor recommended that we bring the car back without adding oil. We added two quarts to bring the level to MIN. They found a pinched seal on the oil filter. I know from experience this can happen, which is why a visual check should have been done. Nothing but luck prevented this from becoming a disaster for the engine. We still love the car, but have decided we cannot trust this service department even with routine maintenance.

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