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BBB has determined that Lexus North Shore meets BBB accreditation standards, which include a commitment to make a good faith effort to resolve any consumer complaints. BBB Accredited Businesses pay a fee for accreditation review/monitoring and for support of BBB services to the public.
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- Response to 3 complaint(s) filed against business
- Resolution of complaint(s) filed against business
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|Complaint Type||Total Closed Complaints|
|Problems with Product/Service||2|
|Total Closed Complaints||3|
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|Total Customer Reviews||0|
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Type of Entity
Limited Liability Company (LLC)
Business ManagementMs. Connie Powers, HR Director Mrs. Jeanne M Safro, Owner Ms. Chris Jones, HR Director
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Auto Dealers - New Cars Auto Dealers - Used Cars Auto Dealers - Hybrid Vehicles New Car Dealers (NAICS: 441110)
Products & Services
Lexus North Shore sells the following brand(s): Lexus
Industry TipsFlood-Damaged Cars
1433 W Silver Spring Dr
Milwaukee, WI 53209 (414) 228-9000 Directions
PO Box 170230
Milwaukee, WI 53217
PO Box 347
Brookfield, WI 53008
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Problems with Product/Service
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Complaint: I bought a brand new car in January 2016. I bought my previous brand new Lexus in 2004 .. Still driving it.. I went into the North Shore Lexus they were very nice at first .. I decided to have the "extra services for new vehicles done " they over charge me by 500.00(I was suppose to be saving 500.00 ) .. I got that fixed.. I decided to have only two services done.. I told them I wasn't going to have services done on my car till I was refunded for the service item that I canceled. It took almost 2 weeks to have that refunded the $500 discount they gave me ,they took off for that $1200 item ,I had cancelled.. I had a feeling they were going to do that.. At that point I decided I cancel the other two services. I canceled it on March 27.. It is now April 18 and I still don't have my refund of $2132.02! they're probably hoping I'll forget about it. However I called my American Express and they put a dispute in...
Desired Settlement: Please ask them why it's taking so long to refund my money when the services were never rendered ? I hope that the BBB puts us on their website so other people can see how they treat people when they decide they don't want to service done, they can refund thier money whenever they want???? That is not a good business practice !
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Complaint: I took my car into the Lexus North Shore location on April 30, 2015 with the request to check my 2009 Lexus ES350 on an issue I had with the vehicle. I was hearing a noise coming from the area where I had previous service done on at the same service location. I also had a message sensor notification that I requested to have inspected and fixed. I was told that my vehicle would been inspected and was provided with a loaner vehicle as I had to return to work. I took my vehicle in at 8:30am and didn't hear anything back for the rest of the business day which I assumed was due to them still inspecting the vehicle. I got a phone call the following day, May 1, stating that they were unable to check my vehicle the following day to make sure they can retrieve and diagnose the issue that I had with the vehicle. I was understanding to that and continued to allow them to check the vehicle. The following day, May 2, I was told that the vehicle seems like it could be a Camshaft Gear issue, which is common with my vehicle and was told that it would be covered under my warranty. I also told that my tire sensor seemed to be having an issue and should be replaced. I was asked to provide my vehicle service contract phone number so it can be verified to complete the services needed. I provided that number and was told I would be contacted back shortly. I didn't get a call back until the following business day, May 4, stating that the number he had written down must was incorrect and wanted to verify the number again. I provided the number again and reassured it was understood correctly. However, I didn't get a call back until the next business day, May 5, stating that they would need to do further diagnostic testing to see why the tire sensor light is not working when it was told to me that it should just be replaced. From that point, I took the initiative to contact the ******* ******* to ask how their services procedures and policies go and if this was the proper steps. However, I didn't get a call back from the manager. I actually got a call back from the service advisor the next day, May 6, stating that my vehicle was ready for pick up with no information on what was resolved or fixed. So I went to the location to pick up my vehicle with the service advisor and he stated that alot of work needs to be done and just look into getting a new vehicle. He didn't mention anything of the previous service issues he stated previously and charged me $120 for an inspection that wasn't even completed. I was also unsatisfied with the delay of timing and the condition I received my vehicle back. Nothing was done. Service light was still on. The camshaft noise I initially brought the car in for was still an issue. And until this day, I still have not received a phone call back from the manager in regards to a solution.
Desired Settlement: I want my vehicle to be properly inspected and serviced as I initially requested for. If not, I would like a refund of the charges applied to me for something that wasn't even done.
Business Response: The ******* ******* of Lexus North Shore, *** ********* met with the personnel involved and reached out to Mr. ***** to address his concerns. An appointment was made to have the vehicle re-inspected at no charge. To date the noise and problem he is experiencing has yet to be duplicated by our certified trained technicians.
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Complaint: On Sept 24, 2014 I found a 2003 Lexus ES-300, VIN # *****************, reduced and on sale for $8422.00 on the ************** website and observed the same vehicle on the dealers website, **** ******* ***** ***** *****. On Sept 25, 2014 I was driven to Lexus North Shore to see, test drive, and perhaps purchase the vehicle. The vehicle however was not on the lot. I was informed by Certified Sales Consultant, ***** ******* that the vehicle in question was being detailed and he would call me as soon as it was available. On Tuesday, Sept 30 I revisited the Lexus North Shore website hoping for an update of availability of the vehicle since I did not receive a phone call from Mr ******* so I forwarded an email to Lexus North Shore requesting information on the vehicle. I received an email from ****** ***** of Lexus North Shore around 9:57 AM informing me that the vehicle was sold and delivered last night which I found disturbing and astonishing. I telephoned the dealership and the sale was confirmed. I think it was deceitful and a atrocity for the dealership to advertise a vehicle it did not apparently ever have any intent to make available to the public. It was a complete waste of my time going to the dealership if there weren't any comparable vehicles offered in that same price range and that vehicle appeared to be either an 'in-house' item that one of the employees reserved and purchased or served as a bait vehicle to have interested parties like myself visit the dealership. I really don't appreciate their tactics! I feel as might others that viewed and had interest in that vehicle that we were misled to believe that vehicle was available and for sale.
Desired Settlement: It would have been prudent for a responsible dealership to at least advise me when I physically showed up that the vehicle would NOT be available, rather than to mislead me to believe I would be informed when it did become available and then fail to inform me. I think the dealership should have been responsible enough to in the least offer me a equally equipped and pristine model for the same price, $8422.00 as the vehicle advertised since one of the many employees at the dealership were exactly aware of the status of the unavailable vehicle.
I have just received the above complaint. The vehicle in question was
Better Business Bureau:
I have reviewed the response made by the business in reference to complaint ID ********, and have determined that this does not resolve my complaint. For your reference, details of the offer I reviewed appear below.
Either the vehicle in question was available for sale when I visited the dealership or it was not. If it were not available for sale during the time I was available at the dealership and was removed from inventory, I should have been made aware of that fact while I was there. Is their response to insinuate that all sales personnel at the dealership or specifically the one I spoke with are not privy to what inventory is available at any given time or if a specific vehicle is pending sale? I wouldn't think that to be the case so if the vehicle at one point was available and on the lot, looked at and then sent for detail work, someone was aware of what was going on and in fact had to authorize the vehicle to be detailed and moved, so someone was aware of exactly what was going on and had already transpired while I was there and it is the responsibility of the dealership to make their sales personnel aware of transactions that just happen so quickly there.
The dealership failed miserably in their responsibility to truth and reliability in advertising and have made no effort to resolve this issue.
In respose to the above complaint number. When Mr. ***** visited the vehicle