Buying at Large Chain Dealerships

krucam

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With the advent of large new vehicle dealerships, how has your experience been dealing with them and the follow on relationship with the service departments? I'm talking about Carmax, AutoNation, Vroom, CarGurus, etc

How are their service departments? Are they going to be Jeep Certified? How would a traditional Jeep Dealership treat a vehicle that was bought at AutoNation on the other side of town?
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krucam

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Bump...am genuinely considering an Autonation JLUR....looking for downsides here...
 

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My dealership would work on it regardless where it was bought. Autonation, Carmax and other places like that will not be able to certify a Jeep.
 

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My dealership would work on it regardless where it was bought. Autonation, Carmax and other places like that will not be able to certify a Jeep.
AutoNation owns hundreds of new car dealerships of 35 brands in 15 states. Their dealerships are no different then any other new Jeep dealer. Why would you certify a Jeep?
 
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