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Wouldn't know if this shop is any good. I parked directly in front (legally) and was promptly yelled at by a woman who was more than a little confrontational, as she had 'reserved' the spot for a delivery truck. She told me to go to hell. Instead of hell, the girlfriend and I just went to another shop. Thanks guys!
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Dealership's service department is cunning, preys on their customers, and sent my girlfriend home with numerous broken wheel studs and missing lugnuts. My girlfriend took her 2010 Elantra in for service. Upon completion of the requested work, they attempted to sell her on: -New Timing Belt (not due for another 45k miles) -New Drive Belt (not needed, checked by yours truly, as well as annual PA inspection) -New Brakes (not needed, checked by me as well as PA state inspections) -Air Filter (replaced by me!) After all this, I was SHOCKED to discover that the girlfriend arrived home with 2 wheel studs broken and lug nuts missing. I called the service department, who apparently had attempted to charge her $95 to fix their mistake, and then sent her home with an unsafe vehicle. They had performed all tire rotations since new and refused service, until I posted photos of the damage to Twitter/IG/Facebook to their accounts as well as Hyundai Corporate. The owner of the dealership at first tried to get her to drive the car back to have it fixed, then finally caved to have it towed. He also argued for 20 minutes with me over replacing only the 2 broken studs rather than all 5. While I understand that the owner may not understand the implications of fatigued or yielded studs by his techs who were obviously not using torque sticks or torque wrenches, it seemed absurd to argue over saving $3 (wheel studs cost ~$1/pc). He finally agreed to replace all 5. After all this, the car was dropped off in Philadelphia, in front of a fire hydrant. Luckily we found it before it was towed. The repairs that the owner promised were not completed. Only 2 wheel studs were replaced, he assumed I was a 'dumb customer' and would never check. Sorry Chris, my girlfriends life matters to me. I took it apart and fixed it. Never again, Springfield Hyundai. Never again.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Not sure why this place gets such a terrible rap. Went here to shoot on a friday evening. There was no wait to shoot, and since there wasn't a line they let me go well over my 1 hour limit and told me I could keep shooting as long as I wanted. So what if you have to sweet up the brass? Between my friend and I we shot over 500 rounds! Only takes a few seconds to sweep and nobody asked us to sort anything. Ammo was significantly cheaper than online.... if you can even find it (.22lr). Nobody acted like 'a-holes.' I'm a new shooter and asked lots of questions and they were very happy to help. Price in store for an identical .22 matched what I paid online. Buddy picked up a shotgun and everything was handled quickly and promptly. Just wish the place wasn't so far from philly.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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This is a SERIOUS gym. If you're already a strong guy or girl or ever want to be, this is arguably the best place to go in the country. The people are nice, the attitude is NO BS, the membership is dirt cheap, and the equipment is top-notch. You'll get better help here from the guy who's squatting next to you than at 99% of gyms when paying for personal training. If you stroll in on a monday night, prepare to be humbled. You'll see 500lb+ benches and it will be normal. Dropping weights is allowed. Strongmen will load stones, olympic lifters will drop their weights from overhead. The equipment is top notch. No crappy barbells. Werk-san bars and bumpers, 3 (soon to be four) platforms. Lots of EliteFTS gear, every specialty bar you can think of. If you have a love for Iron, and you're just passing through Philly, pay the $10 and drop in. You won't regret it.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago