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8333 Interstate 10 Frontage Rd San Antonio, TX 78230
8333 Interstate 10 Frontage RoadUSTexasSan Antonio78230
(210) 349-4949saford.com
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Today 8:30 am – 9:00 pm
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Nathan Schmidt
a month ago
The location is extremely convenient for me, and even if I hadn't a ride home, they offer a shuttle, which is a big deal. We hadn't used Red McCombs service because it is more expensive than the independent garage we trust. However, the experience of our last service, which was fantastic, has us reconsidering using this service in the future for our Ford. Josh was very communicative and it was refreshing to be in the know about my car, and just reconfirmed that it was in good hands.
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M Ruf
a week ago
I found the truck I was looking via the Internet from out of town. I spoke with a sales person and they were unwilling to negotiate the price of the vehicle, however, I found the price they were asking to be reasonable so I agreed to purchase. I gave the info for the credit app (my beacon is around 800 so credit was not an issue) and made plans to pickup the truck. When I arrived I called my salesperson several times and he did not answer my calls. I text him my plans to meet up and he informed me that they had sold the truck to someone else for more money and specifically said it was his sales managers call. He did offer me a different used vehicle that was the same price as a brand new truck. Please do not waste your time trying to purchase from out of town as ethics have escaped this dealer.
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Thomas Reed
a month ago
Pertaining to the Service Department: Purchased a new 2015 Ford Edge a few weeks ago, and within a few hours after leaving the dealership, the HID headlight on the passenger stopped working. Took it back to the service department that next morning where they said it needed a new headlight unit (not the bulb). They said they would have to order the part because they don't have any in stock (even though they have over 10 similar vehicles on the lot that they could have taken it off of so we could use the vehicle). Just took the vehicle back in and the headlight still does not work. The service department kept referring to the bulb, not the headlight unit itself or the ballast, as if they did not even change the headlight unit. Now, the service department has to call Ford (since it's Saturday, they have to wait until Monday) and try to figure out what is wrong. Spent $42,000 on a lemon. Sales team was good, Service team needs training.
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Joseph Taylor
a month ago
I always have my vehicles serviced here, and I have always been very pleased with their commitment to providing great service quickly and professionally. The service advisors are friendly and know the Ford vehicles thoroughly.
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Thomas Lionhart
3 weeks ago
THANK YOU im tired been working since last night. 🍕 and a 🍺 good company to share with Thank you ( GOD BLESS ) im 🚶 home now :-(
Chris Nelbach
3 months ago
This is the only review i've ever filled out on Google...so, that tells you how bad this was. I'm speaking only about the service team...can't speak for sales. I took my car in because of a factory recall that i received in the mail. Started off ok. They made an appointment for me on Friday. I explained that this was my only car so if I could drop off Thursday night, i'll make plans for a few days and rent a car. For the next 3 business days, AKA 5 days of my life, the car was not even looked at. Big problem for me because I wasn't expecting it. I thought a Friday morning appointment 2 weeks out meant something. It doesn't. Lesson learned. Once it was looked at and fixed, a week later. Went to pick it up. It shook so violently when I started it that I was afraid the engine was going to come through the hood. I was asked if I brought it in like this after I went back to the office to find out what had happened. Crazy, couldn't believe that was the first question we were asked. So, more time there and at the end of that next few days, they explained that they had not tightened the motor mounts properly leading to the shaking, but it was done now. So, when I went to get my car AGAIN, still violently shaking and with the absolute assurance that it had been fixed when I called over the phone. So, again, back to fixing the problem they created and never actually fixed and yet told me was done. Two weeks roughly at the dealership with multiple phone calls that were just exhausting to deal with. Zero pro activeness to reach out to me or get ahead of any concerns that were major in this case. It was always myself and my wife calling and pulling teeth to find out what was happening. One call I was actually told that I had picked the car up already. Of course they found my car during this 30 minute call. Just exhausting even talking with them. They were very polite, just poor answers and very disorganized and really, they took my car, and created additional problems that left me without a vehicle for weeks. And the entire time that wasn't even my biggest fear. It was that their going to find some way to make it worse. Don't go there for your service. Hope this helps.
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Carl Myers
6 months ago
Whenever I come in for an appointment or as a walk-in, the service department is always courteous and polite. I've never had a bad experience. Even if the service is going to take longer than expected, the department does not fail to communicate that. Everything is handled in a professional and polite manner. I will definitely keep using them for my car's maintenance.
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Chris Corbett
5 months ago
On 2/4/2015, I took my 2011 Ford Edge in because the turn signal multi switch was broken. This a fancy name for the turn signal. I knew exactly what was wrong, because it had happened exactly a year and 13,000 miles ago which apparently isn't covered by warranty. Of course I told the service rep. this. I was charged $341 to have it fixed. $298 in labor, $58 in parts and $35 in incidental shop supplies. I knew this was too expensive when I picked up my car, but I was in a hurry to pick up my kid. So I didn't stay late. But having felt ripped off, I purchased the official ford service manuals for my car on ebay. Not the Haines $30 manual. But the real ones. Probably weigh 20 lbls for all 3 books. They tell you in detail how to do about any repair that you can think of. Replacing the switch required one to remove three screws to take off the cowling from around the steering column. Then three more screws to the switch itself. Then unplug it and then reverse the procedure with the new switch. I can't imagine a mechanic would have required more than 30 minutes to do it. Yea, I'm feeling ripped off.
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