Without a doubt, Nissan Service Department, located in Riverhead is the finest example of "Customer Service" I have ever found. Their talents and knowledge of superior quality care for their customers and their vehicles is stellar. Best of all, you don't need to driving a Nissan to have all the benefits they provide. As a female Senior Citizen, I can vouch for their honesty, integrity and excellent manners - no bill padding, no unnecessary additional work orders and whether you are there for a vehicle inspection, or routine service check - every detail of the Service is explained in detail at checkout. Possible future needs are also disclosed - it's worth a trip from anywhere on Long Island.
quick fast oil change also gave me heads up that my 2017 Altima takes synthetic oil i would have never known :)
My Salesman Mark was Very informative and helpful and Tom was also very easy to close the deal with. My new Tucson was properly detailed 👍 and again Mark answered all questions I had about the Tucson.
I love Nissan in Riverhead. Took my car with no appointment in. I didn't wait an hr. When they gave me a rental and told me come back tomorrow. Thank you to Ken &Sabrina. I always have been treated with up most respect. Being a veteran of US Army I really know what respect is. I don't use that word lightly. THANKS AGAIN NISSAN..Susan Tarulli. September 28,2018.
I went with a friend who wanted to buy a used car. We received great customer service from the time we entered the door. The manager attended us immediately and Kyle Price was our salesman. Kyle gave us great service, he is very professional and courteous.The problem was with the finance guy. He was rude and unprofessional. The bank was offering a rate of 9.99% interest,which is high.Such a high rate is understandable due to the short credit history of the client. My friend decided not to take the finance and not buy the car. That is when this guy got mad at him. He became insistent and we felt pressured to make a purchase.The finance guy went through all the finance options and we felt that none were appropriate. We are not obligated to purchase anything and after that treatment it becomes difficult to accept any offer. The rapport but built by Kyle was destroyed by the finance rep.Here's are some of his remarks addressed to us:" What you were expecting when you came here, a free car?"" You think that you are smarter than the rest"" Next time tell the salesman what your expectations are before making the finance people lose their time"Still I would buy when this guy is not around.