Houston >Momentum Bmw-West Sales
Devin was courteous and professional, always easy to talk to. He was patient, let me finish whatever I was saying before replying. He explained everything clearly: their pricing, their promotions, their incentives. He spoke directly, e.g. when he didn't know about a package he said so. He was easy going: after we first talked Wednesday afternoon I felt no pressure to stay or purchase. He was responsive, called me back right away when I called, replied to my email within a day. And he was willing to deal! I told him the price I was looking for, and that I wanted to buy from his dealership, and he was able to make it happen. I'm buying my next BMW from him.
Our experience with Devin LeCesne was truly remarkable. He was extremely knowledgable about the BMW vehicles, from optional equipment to technical specifications. He was courteous and made us feel right at home. A++
They have an "F" with the BBB Beware!!!. If I could give it ZERO stars I would. I recently bought a car from here and it has not been a good experience. The sales process was too lengthy and I never received a couple things I was assured were already shipped out. Less than 2 months after the purchase I had brake issues. The first time I brought it in, they said they fixed the problem but surprisingly they were still squeaking later that day. The second time I brought my car in, they finally replaced the back brakes. BEWARE!!!!! I had my Ipod stolen from this dealership. They make you sign a waiver when you drop your car off stating they are not responsible for items removed from your car. I accidentally left my iPod in the center compartment where it has the USB connection. I called my tech and he called me back a couple days later and said "they have been having some issues with items going missing but have not located the employees involved". He made sure to remind that I was still responsible for the missing item. Thanks a lot, I just spent 40K with you jerks and your going to lose me as a customer over a $80 iPod???? Stay away from both sides of this dealership, they suck and have ruined my previous stellar 5 year experience with BMW.
best in class bmw.
service was easy, it was nice to be able to schedual online, i really hate having to always call on the phone.
everyone was great.
No Customer Service after You've Bought a Car. We purchased our first BMW from Momentum. After 5 hours at the dealership, we were elated to drive home in our certified pre-owned car. Unfortunately, on the way home we noticed that the inside of the car was very dirty (the cupholders had not been cleaned, the back seats were dirty, there were smudges all over the steering wheel and ceiling). We called our salesperson, and he said "bring it back anytime and we'll take care of it." Trusting that that was the case, we went home because it was late. The next week I drove an hour out of my way to bring the car in, and I was told there was no one available to wipe down the inside of the car. So I made an appointment for a Monday morning (which I would have done in the first place if I'd been asked to do so). I arrived at the Monday morning appointment and was told that it would take 1 1/2 hours to clean the car. Since I figured they would do a great job, I agreed to wait. After an hour and 20 minutes, the car was ready. When I got in the car, I could not tell that they'd done anything--all the mess was still there, except what I had cleaned up myself. I pointed this out the salesperson (Mazhar), and he told me to take the car over to the service dept. myself. I had to go to work and was unable to do so at the time. Next, our temporary plates were about to expire, so I called the dealership. I was told that my salesperson would call me back. The next day he called me back and asked what the front desk had told me. I told him that they had told me nothing. He then called me back to say that my plates were in--but no one had called to tell me that. When I went to get my plates I saw in the log that they had been there for days with no call to us. The final insults to injury were weak excuses from all levels of management at Momentum and then a final, follow-up email from our salesperson (obviously automated) asking us to refer business to him so that he can "treat them the same way he treated us."
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