Asheboro Honda — abusive service manager
Deceptive honda dealer practices to void car warranty and make you pay for service - I have a 2007 honda fit with airbags and brake lights, which remain on all the time.
Shifty, lying, and deceptive practices found at this asheboro honda dealership in north carolina. The service manager stated my honda was in an accident to avoid fixing wiring problems on the car, even though it was still under warranty. This particular model had also been recalled by honda for wiring and light and airbag problems. Wiring problems I had concerned with the air bags and ant-lock brakes lights remaining on all the time on the car dashboard. This meant the anti lock brakes and airbags were not working at all on my car.
Service manager named robbie wilson became abusive when I said I did not believe him about the car being in an accident. He said the frame on the car was bent from an accident, which voided the warranty I had with honda. However, I had the car inspected by 4 different a-1 mechanics in my area and they stated the frame of the car was not bent or replaced, but was just fine.
However, when I told him I would never buy a car there and I would tell other people about the problem I was having with them, he tried to pick a fight with me.
He was a loose cannon and he kept yelling he was going to beat me up and rearrange my face. This happened in the service area of this dealership. Two people who worked there had to restrain him from coming after me. This man was in his early 30's, 6foot 4, and he weighed close to 300 pounds. I am 65 years old and I feared for my life, being not 30 feet away from this maniac who could not restrain himself.
This dealership tried to get out of fixing my car, which only has 17, 000 miles and is still under warranty by honda. They refused to fix it even though this model has also been recalled for possible wiring defects.
I have other friends who have also had problems with ashboro honda and nissan, and with vann york honda, in high point north carolina. This second car dealer also refused to fix or repair my car.
Therefore, do not buy a car, or service a car from asheboro honda, for they cannot be trusted to tell you the absolute truth. They are trying to void my warranty on my honda fit with only 17, 000 miles on it by lying to me about this car. They do not want to fix the wiring on this car because it would be expensive and take up a lot of their time.