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6101 Mallard Rd Thornburg, VA 22565
6101 Mallard RoadUSVirginiaThornburg22565
(540) 735-1100saffordrv.com
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Today 11AM–5PM
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Safford RV is one of the Mid Atlantic’s oldest RV dealerships and has been serving customers in the Washington DC and Northern Virginia Area for over 45 years. Our experience spans generations of not only RV owners but thousands of boat and automotive customers throughout the metropolitan area. We are a family owned business, part of the well-respected Safford Automotive Group headquartered in Fredericksburg, Virginia with additional locations in Warrenton, Virginia, Springfield, Virginia, and Winchester, Virginia.
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Carrie Gravely
3 weeks ago
I recently purchased a travel trailer from Safford RV. My salesman was Tim Webb. Tim was very attentive and accessible. He answered all my questions and addressed all my concerns. I am a novice when it comes to camping but working with Tim gave me confidence. He was great. So go see him if you are looking for an RV.
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helpingmothernature
3 weeks ago
My husband and I came into your dealership, on Saturday, May 28th. We met with Emily Beverly, who was a very nice young lady, and helped us pick out the above mentioned RV. After meeting with Dan, we came to an agreement and started on the paperwork. While doing this paperwork, we heard for the first time, the charge of $695 for inspection. I would have thought it would have been inspected before putting up FOR SALE. Upon questioning it, I was told it was 102 point inspection and would take about 2 hours, going over everything with us. We made an appointment, to pick RV up, on Thursday, June 2nd,at 11:00 a.m., and to also do inspection. RV would have been cleaned thoroughly, and disgusting mattress, would be REMOVED. We arrived at the appointed time and met with Bill, who said he would be doing orientation. As he proceeded to go around the outside of the RV, I commented to him, that it was suppose to have been washed. It looked like a water hose had been sprayed over it. Awning WAS NOT open. When he opened it, it was full of twigs and leaves. It was quite evident that it had NOT been opened nor attempted to clean it. It looked as if it had not been opened in years. He said they would get to it. Also, the cover over propane tanks was practically black. Again, not cleaned. Then we went inside. As Bill was talking to us, I'm checking things out. Mattress is still on bed. We asked Bill, to please remove it. He said it would be taken care of. Upon opening the refrigerator, I was SHOCKED. Again, it had not been cleaned. Mold and mildew all inside. Whomever was suppose to clean this RV, failed miserably. After the orientation, which took 30-40 minutes, I asked Bill about the 102 point inspection. He had no idea what I was talking about. The inspection sheet was on the dinette table and had already been checked off. Nothing was done in our presence. I'm convinced, after seeing the sloppy clean up job, that nothing was actually looked at. For this, we paid $695. Bill asked us to go back into showroom and wait as trailer hitch was put on our vehicle and cleaning of RV, was done. We waited for 2 HOURS. During this time, not the first person, asked us if we needed anything, apologized for the wait, or acknowledged we were there. It was like we signed the papers, and that's all you cared about. Both managers were sitting less than 5 feet from us. On computers, eating at their desks, etc. After this 2 hour wait, the man putting on the trailer hitch, brought the keys to us and said we were good to go. RV was locked up, so did not go back inside. Bill did meet us outside, and said awning was to moldy and mildewed and was next to impossible to get off. No surprise there. I was very disappointed in your service department and your management staff. I want to feel that my business is appreciated and I absolutely DID NOT. I believe your focus was more on new RV's and higher priced ones. We have two daughters, and they both have RV'S. Our daughter and her husband, our BIL, bought a new one from you several years ago. At some point, they're going to be getting a newer one. From you? Who can say. I won't be recommending you, based on this one experience. I feel we were taken advantage of. The inspection fee was a rip off. OH, by the way. The mattress we asked to be removed at least 4-5 times? Imagine my surprise when I got home and it was still in the RV. If it wasn't so far, I would have taken it back to you, but now, we have to get rid of it. AND, the awning? My husband got it looking like a new one with a little scrubbing and elbow grease. We were NEVER told THANK YOU or we appreciate your business and come back and see us. Evidently, you're doing so well, you don't need referrals. As, for the free starter kit. I had to ask for it.
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Andy Wehrle
2 months ago
First major trip in our new coach and a host of electrical problems crop up on last day of outbound leg. Call Thor and they're closed on Sunday but refer us to Ford. Call Ford - none of those a chassis related - Thor's issue. Call Thor on Monday. Rep spends 45 min to an hour walking me through various,system checks. No joy. Call sales guy who sold us coach, he puts us on with service manager Demon and a technician. They go onto the lot, find our model coach and spend the next 45 minutes walking me through multimeter checks from the chassis battery through to the fuse box controlling the nonfunctional systems. Turns out one of the cables supplying power to the fuse box had worked it's way loose. Plugged it in securely and all systems go. A huge thanks to Deming and Mark. Talk about going the extra mile. Thanks guys.
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Terry pao
2 months ago
Called and set up an appoint to bring my Airstream in for warranty work and spring start up. On the day of the appoint, they informed me they can't get to my Airstream for at least 2 weeks. Why would they set up an appointment for a specific date and knowing full well they can't even look at for another 2 weeks...wtf??? Flashing back to summer of 2014 when I had an Airstream Interstate in for service. They left my Insterstate in the parking lot for 2 full weeks and when I called to check on it I was told they completely forgot about my Interstate. No apologies from the service department. They know they are only Airstream service and dealer in the DC metro area and it shows in their attitude. Back to the current time - As of this post, I have left two messages and none have been returned. To say I am disappointed is like saying ISIS is not all that bad. They have a completely new staff from my visit in 2014. The new staff was brought in to turn the service dept around along with new sales staff to turn the sales dept around. All of these new staff are no different from the ones they replaced. The same attitude and the same sorry state of operation persisted. Nothing changed. Never again will I buy another Airstream unless I move to an area where the dealer is much more competent and responsive. Its a shame for Airstream as I love Airstream and this is the second Airstream product I bought in the last 5 years.
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Denise Demchak
2 weeks ago
Purchased a 2017 Keystone Bullet. Unfortunately the factory tires were defective. I contacted a manager and had no problem getting all tires replaced. Safford even sent someone to my home to pick up the trailer, get the tires replaced, and returned the same day. Stacy, from the service department was excellent. Great customer service!!
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Thomas Perreault
a month ago
Took my Travel Trailer to Safford RV to sell it out right. There was a mix up over the phone they thought it was a 12 but it was an 11. Mike the sales floor manager was very apologetic for the mix up which I completely understood as I had told him on the phone I purchased the TT in 2012. He spoke with Dan and said he made the ultimate desicion on the price and he came back with a lower number then what I thought it was worth but after speaking with my wife we accepted it as I did not want to see the trailer just sit and not be used. Dan went out to inspect my trailer which was in immaculate condition. He first pointed to the tires and claimed they had dry rot even though they have been properly cared for and the trailer was fully inspected the day before and I had told the inspectors if it needed anything to let me know. He claimed you could tell the trailer had been sitting well it has sat in the rain for the last two weeks and the area he pointed too was just dirt kicking up from the heavy rain fall. He then proceeded to start looking at my trailer stomping his foot in areas to see if there was dry rot. Then all the sudden during the inspection he attempts to turn on the AC and it won't work. He tries to tell me that it's broke I told him that was not true and asked about the power hookup which he claimed he uses all the time. After going over to the service bay the power misteriously came on and the AC started right up. This guy was completely rude and arrogant. When we are able to get back to RVing and we will I can promise it won't be with them.......
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Barbara Highlander
2 months ago
I went by Safford as I am in a real estate deal and will recieve funds in June. I will be purchasing a travel trailer at that time. A very young lady was assigned as my salesperson. I told her some of what I wanted in my trailer and we went to look at one. The bunk area was not quite the configuration I was looking for. She said my desired configuration was available but that trailer was more expensive. We had discussed my price range so at this point I inquired as to the price of the trailer we were standing in. She stated she didn't know. I asked if she knew the price of the one with the desired configuration. She said she did not. I asked if she knew the price of any of the trailers and she said she did not. I could not see how I could make any judgement about whether the desired option was worth the extra cost without knowing the cost. I terminated the visit to the trailers at that point. I questioned the manager about why I was talking to a sales person who didn't know any prices. He was very rude and said I could ask him the prices. It would be much more desireable to have the prices while actually viewing the trailer so one could compare the values. Needless to say, I will not be buying my trailer from Safford.
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joe shelton
a month ago
Worst experience ever with both sales and service! I am so happy Beckley's in Thurmont is now an Airstream dealer. Their service is the best, both in quality of work and follow up with the customer. I will never take my vehicle back to Safford.