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Dunning Toyota Scion Subaru

3745 Jackson RdAnn Arbor, MI 48103
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Why You Should Buy a New Car From Us

Our Toyota dealership in Ann Arbor, Michigan is unique in many ways, but we take special pride in our commitment to providing trusted and loyal service to our customers a ... Read more
Our Toyota dealership in Ann Arbor, Michigan is unique in many ways, but we take special pride in our commitment to providing trusted and loyal service to our customers and community. Dunning Toyota is a family-owned and -operated business that has been part of the Ann Arbor community and its adjacent neighborhoods for more than 40 years. With at least half a dozen team members working at Dunning for over 20 years, their experience and dedication is the driving force behind the "Dunning Difference." Our hard-working team strives to ensure our customers are happy and satisfied with our quality service. As part of our commitment to make a difference, we recently upgraded our facilities with an environmentally conscious plan that will improve our carbon footprint. Part of our plan includes a list of amenities and conveniences to make every customer's experience at Dunning Toyota a great one.

Why You Should Buy a Used Car From Us

Our Toyota dealership in Ann Arbor, Michigan is unique in many ways, but we take special pride in our commitment to providing trusted and loyal service to our customers a ... Read more
Our Toyota dealership in Ann Arbor, Michigan is unique in many ways, but we take special pride in our commitment to providing trusted and loyal service to our customers and community. Dunning Toyota is a family-owned and -operated business that has been part of the Ann Arbor community and its adjacent neighborhoods for more than 40 years. With at least half a dozen team members working at Dunning for over 20 years, their experience and dedication is the driving force behind the "Dunning Difference." Our hard-working team strives to ensure our customers are happy and satisfied with our quality service. As part of our commitment to make a difference, we recently upgraded our facilities with an environmentally conscious plan that will improve our carbon footprint. Part of our plan includes a list of amenities and conveniences to make every customer's experience at Dunning Toyota a great one.

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bruno8/28/2016 10:30:43 PM
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Reason for My Visit:SERVICE
Would I Recommend this Dealer:No
Who Helped Me:John Taylor
Regarding: Service at DUNNING TOYOTA, 3745 Jackson Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48103 To Whom It May Concern, Towards the end of December 2015, we received a message on our answering machine from Dunning Toyota to contact them regarding a recall issue (driver & passenger front seat backboard) with our 2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid Limited. On December 12, 2015, my wife called and spoke with Jennifer regarding the message and was told by her that she'd call us back the following week, when the part became available. Several days later, we also received in the mail a Safety Recall Notice from Toyota, that there were issues of concern with the Pre Collision System (PCS) and that the temporary remedy was to have it turned off/disabled by any authorized Toyota dealer. When I made the appointment, I gave them the PCS recall information and was given a date/time to bring the car in. On December 30, 2015, my wife brought the car to the Service Center at Dunning at the scheduled time of 8 a.m., gave the recall notice to Marlon, the service advisor, and was driven home by a Dunning's shuttle driver. After picking the car up from Dunning and returning home, my wife noticed on the service invoice that Dunning had not, in fact, disabled the PCS, per the recall notice, but had only serviced the other recall issue. It is incomprehensible that the PCS issue was not addressed, since the recall letter which was presented to the service department, clearly stated that “This is an important Safety Recall”. When my wife called DUNNING TOYOTA about this, she was blamed for their mistake. She was told that she did not let them know about the PCS recall issue. Never mind that I told DUNNING TOYOTA at the time of scheduling the appointment what this appointment was for. And never mind that my wife handed them the recall letter about the PCS when she dropped off the car. Needless to say, we were quite upset about DUNNING TOYOTA trying to blame my wife for their mistake. After a conversation about this with Woody (Service Director), I took the car back on January 6, 2016, to have the PCS disabled. In early August of 2016, I received a call from Dunning Toyota that they had finally received the part to actually fix the PCS. When I made the appointment for the 8th of August, at 7 A.M., I asked how long this fix would take and was told it would take about 2 hours. My wife and I dropped of the car off on the 8th at the scheduled time. We asked again how long with would take and were again told that it would be at most 2 hours. My wife declined the shuttle service home and decided to wait the 2 hours for the repair. But 10 minutes late, the service advisor came to the waiting area and told her it would actually take about 7 hours. Irritated, my wife had to make arrangements for the shuttle service, and while waiting decided to complain to Service Supervisor. I'm not sure what his name was, but my wife said he was a little impatient with her and wanted to know who told her it would take 7 hours. When she told him that Thomas said it, he told her it would only be 2 hours. Shortly after this encounter, another gentleman came into the waiting area to tell her it would take about 3 hours, not two hours, not 7 hours. And after all of that back and forth of misinformation, the car was actually done in two hours. We don't expect to be given an exact time for any service work, but when it is given by the Service Department Advisors, they should not have various advisors giving conflicting information to the customer. It just makes the dealership look confused and unprofessional. After driving the car for a while I noticed that the dynamic radar cruise control was not working properly and the PCS gave me warnings of an impending collision. As a safety precaution I turned off the PCS and made several attempts to contact David Clay, the Service Manager, to report the problem. We did not get any response from David Clay, after leaving several message on his voice mail. We'd received an email from Sandy Tuohy, Client Relations Manager at Dunning Toyota, that if we weren't completely satisfied with the service provided, we should contact either David Clay or John Taylor, the General Manager. Well, needless to say, to-date, we have had and are not satisfied at all with the service providing by DUNNING TOYOTA! We’ve left messages that were never returned and had to keep calling until I actually got David Clay on the phone. On the 11th of August, I drop off the car at DUNNING TOYOTA to have the issue addressed. On the 12th of August, I picked up the car and the cruise control seems to be working properly. However, on the 13th of August, the PCS gave, again, a false warning about an imminent collision. After turning off the PCS, again, I left a message for David Clay about the problem. He did not return the call and on the 15th of August, I left another message for David Clay. Again, he did not return the call. After that I called the office of John Taylor (general manager). His assistant, Elaina, told me that he was not in the office today but he would return my call tomorrow if I left a message for him. My wife also left a message for David Clay on the 15th of August. Her call was not returned either. John Taylor did not return my call as promised by his assistant. Later in the day (16th of August) my wife made a number of calls until she was actually able to reach John Taylor, who then arranged to have my car picked up at my home and dropped off a loaner car. On the 25th of August, David Clay called to notify me that my car is done now and everything is working. I addressed my frustrations about him not returning my calls and that this is disrespectful, unprofessional and simply unacceptable. I also called John Taylor’s office to schedule a meeting, so I can voice my frustrations about DUNNING TOYOTA and the unacceptable service and treatment we have received. His assistant, Elaine, told me that he would meet with me on the 26th of August at 11:30. When I showed up at DUNNING TOYOTA at 11:30, I told David Clay that I had a meeting scheduled with John Taylor. David went up to John's office to let him know that I was there and came back explaining to me that John Taylor is not available at the moment. David said that John was in a meeting with a “bunch of people”, and that it took longer than planned and if I wanted to wait. At 11:52 A.M., I left DUNNING TOYOTA. As I'd rearranged my work schedule to meet with John, again, the level of disrespect and unprofessionalism from this dealership is beyond … At this point it was clear that addressing this with any representative of DUNNING TOYATA was simply waisted time. Nobody at DUNNING TOYOTA wants to listen to a customer complaining about bad service and disrespectful treatment of customers. Later that day, I received a call from John Taylor’s assistant, Elaina. I told her that I no longer had any inclination to deal with DUNNING TOYOTA and hung up. I then received a call from John Taylor. He claimed that he had no idea that I was at the dealership (in spite of David Clay going to his office to let him know that I was there!!!!). He then proceeded to tell me that I came in through the wrong door of the dealership and that I showed up late!! This is just absurd. Again the customer gets blamed for the shortcomings at DUNNING TOYOTA. David Clay let him know that I was there, but it is my fault because I came in through the wrong door. This is about the most unintelligent excuse I have ever heard. After every service appointment I receive the following e-mail: “Hi Bruno, At Dunning Toyota Scion, our number one goal is always your 100% complete satisfaction. We are sending this email to you as a follow up regarding your recent service. If you are not completely satisfied with the service provided or with anyone on our staff, we would encourage you to contact our service manager David Clay at 734.997.7600 ext. 256. You are also welcome to contact our general manager John Taylor at 734.997.7600. If you choose to email us, please do so at service@dunningtoyota.com. You may receive a survey from Toyota regarding your service. Our associates strive for a 10 out of 10 score! If you feel that we did not earn that score, please contact either David Clay or John Taylor. We welcome your valued feedback.” This email is a rather bad joke in light of my experience with Toyota. The Avalon is a great car. However, there are many great cars on the market and taking the service into consideration that Toyota has provided me through DUNNING TOYOTA, this will be the last Toyota I will ever purchase. Never before have I received this kind of unprofessional, incompetent and outright disrespectful service from any other car company. My problems with DUNNING TOYOTA started long before this. At the end of 2012, I bought a Toyota Camry Hybrid. Adaptive Cruise Control was a must have for me in a new car. The sales person (Zac Dunning) assured me and my wife during a test drive as well as during the sales process at his desk that this car has Adaptive Cruise Control. When I received the car, got home and read through the manual, I discovered that it did not have Adaptive Cruise Control. In fact, I found out that this was not even offered on this car. Talking to Zac Dunning about this matter, he apologized for his mistake. A mistake that ended up costing me thousands of dollars. He actually had no idea what I was talking about when I asked repeatedly if the Camry has Adaptive Cruise Control. I directed him to Toyotas website at the time to show him that this was the terminology used there. It is astonishing that someone can sell and represent Toyota, without even knowing what he is selling!!! If Toyota accepts this type of behavior and stands behind this kind of service from any dealership management, then Toyota does not deserve my business. I am under no illusion that this letter will accomplish anything. Toyota is way too big a company to care about costumers. With great frustration Bruno Harrer
Dunning Toyota responded to this review
9/08/2016
Dear Bruno, Thank you for your feedback. We regret your frustration with our dealership. Unfortunately misunderstandings, miscommunication and unforeseeable circumstances are an inevitable part of life that affects everyone, even businesses. Our hope is always to resolve any concerns with mutual respect and consideration and look forward to doing the same with you. We make a sincere effort to always provide the best and most professional service we can and with over 45 years in this community, we are proud to say we have a great track record with our customers. Sincerely, this is always our goal. We want everyone to have a great experience but inescapably there will be instances where things just don't go the way we project. We are deeply disappointed that we failed to meet your expectation during your exchange with our dealership. I truly wish to provide you with the service that you and your wife deserve and hope you would offer us another opportunity to make this right. I believe we can learn and grow with customers like you who care enough to share your thoughts as it helps us better understand the areas we should revisit and improve further. Please contact me at 734-997-7600. With Kind Regards, John Taylor GM/VP Dunning Motors
starling11268/14/2016 03:59:14 PM
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Reason for My Visit:SALES(USED)
Would I Recommend this Dealer:No
Who Helped Me:Zach Dunning
I worked with Zach Dunning for the second time. He rushed me through the process. Showed me completely unacceptable vehicles, vehicles out of my price range and ultimately sold me a car that needed new tires within 6 months of owning the vehicle, a new battery within one year of owning the vehicle as well as failed to return my phone calls when I could not locate the title to my vehicle when I needed to REFINANCE my loan because Dunning's finance department financed my purchase through a big name bank when I specifically told them I wanted to go with my credit union. Terrible experience. Some of these above details slipped through my fingers initially for two reasons: 1. I am a single mother and had to bring my daughter to the final signature process 2. This was my second buying experience with Zach and I TRUSTED him
Dunning Toyota responded to this review
8/16/2016
Dear Customer, Thank you for your feedback. We regret you felt rushed and that your experience did not meet your expectations. As a family owned and operated business, we want to ensure that our customers are taken care of. We understand that being a single parent can be tough and that your time is valuable thus we work hard to ensure we are able to get all your paperwork done in a timely fashion. We try our best to work with our customers and their given situation. However, we're always looking for ways to grow and we value the opportunity to improve your experience. Our goal is your complete satisfaction with our dealership. Please, call or visit my office anytime to resolve any further concerns you may still have. My name is John Taylor, VP & GM of Dunning Motors and you can reach me at 734-997-7600.
Unsatisfied toyota customer8/09/2016 07:28:36 PM
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Reason for My Visit:SERVICE
Would I Recommend this Dealer:No
Who Helped Me:Rafyi Broumand,David Clay,Woody Woods
Sold us warranty for interior protection. Got problem with leather, found out it was useless. Made appt for service and then told us nothing we can do. Waste of time. Could have told us when we bought the car. Willing to pay more if dealer is truthful. Will not buy from Dunning again.
Dunning Toyota responded to this review
9/20/2016
Dear Guest, We appreciate you giving us feedback about your situation; this matter is very concerning to us. Shortly after hearing of your problem, it was addressed with our service management team. The concern was correct immediately. We apologize for any communication gaps. Our goal is always your complete satisfaction. We hope you feel your 1-star experience may now qualify for a 5-star experience. If you have any more questions or concerns please feel free to contact me, John Taylor, at 734-997-7600. VP/GM Dunning Motors.
Granny 8/01/2016 08:21:07 AM
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Reason for My Visit:SALES(NEW)
Would I Recommend this Dealer:Yes
Who Helped Me:Steve Odish
Steve Odish was a very knowledgeable and customer oriented salesman. He was honest and helped us make a fair deal. Steve was very thorough and considerate of our time. Typically buying/leasing a car is a time consuming and frustrating experience as evidence by our attempts to buy/lease a competitor car the day before so we are very fortunate to work with Steve and Dunning Toyota. Highly recommend this salesman and Dunning Toyota, especially Camry new cars.
Suank7/20/2016 02:37:28 PM
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Reason for My Visit:SALES(NEW)
Would I Recommend this Dealer:Yes
Who Helped Me:Beth Bashert
This is my second RAV4. I was living in a different state when I purchased my first RAV4 but I did use the service center at Dunning Toyota before buying my new car. I was very pleased with the service so when it came time to purchase a new car it was obvious that I should go to Dunning. I confess that I went in knowing what I wanted. Then I met Beth Bashert. She not only found the car I wanted and then took the time to explain all the features on the car. Beth continues to keep in touch to make sure I am still happy. Yes, I am very happy with my car, with Beth and with the entire Dunning experience.
Dunning Toyota responded to this review
8/01/2016
Dear Customer, Congratulations on the purchase of your second Rav4, and thank you for choosing Dunning to be the dealer to buy it from! We are glad that the service in the service department was excellent enough to bring you into our sales department! We would also like to thank you for your kind words about Beth Bashert. She works very hard to provide her guests with great experience just like yours at Dunning Toyota. We hope you enjoy your new Rav4, and look forward to working with you again in the future! Your Friends at Dunning Toyota
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