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Phone: (970) 226-5340 Fax: (970) 266-8719 View Additional Phone Numbers 3835 S College Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80525 View Additional Web Addresses

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Customer Complaints Summary Read complaint details

5 complaints closed with BBB in last 3 years | 1 closed in last 12 months
Complaint Type Total Closed Complaints
Advertising/Sales Issues 1
Billing/Collection Issues 0
Delivery Issues 0
Guarantee/Warranty Issues 0
Problems with Product/Service 4
Total Closed Complaints 5

Customer Reviews Summary Read customer reviews

1 Customer Review on Fort Collins Dodge Chrysler Jeep
Customer Experience Total Customer Reviews
Positive Experience 0
Neutral Experience 0
Negative Experience 1
Total Customer Reviews 1

Additional Information

BBB file opened: March 25, 2009 Business started: 01/01/1987 Business started locally: 01/01/1987 Business incorporated: 02/12/2009 in CO
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Department of Revenue Auto Division-CO
140 W 6th Ave Rm 109, Denver CO 80204
Phone Number: (303) 205-5696

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1560 Broadway Ste 1350, Denver CO 80202

Type of Entity


Business Management
Mr. Michael Downey, Vice President Mr. Steve Hardy, General Manager
Contact Information
Principal: Mr. Michael Downey, Vice President
Customer Contact: Mr. Steve Hardy, General Manager
Business Category

Car Dealerships Used Car Dealerships Auto Parts & Supplies - New Auto Repair & Service

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Customer Review Rating plus BBB Rating Summary

Fort Collins Dodge Chrysler Jeep has received 0 out of 5 stars based on 0 Customer Reviews and a BBB Rating of A+.

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Additional Locations

  • 3701 S College Ave

    Fort Collins, CO 80525

  • 3835 S College Ave

    Fort Collins, CO 80525 (970) 226-5340 (800) 933-5340

  • 3870 Byrd Dr

    Loveland, CO 80538 (970) 267-5072


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Complaint Detail(s)

3/12/2014 Problems with Product/Service | Read Complaint Details

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Complaint: I took my truck in for repairs. It was leaking anti-freeze. It ended up needing a new heater hose. They fixed the repair and we picked up our vehicle after service center was closed. Once we got into the vehicle the back passenger door panel and door handle had been taken off by this repair shop and left on the floor board/back seat. Now the power lock and window does not work which did when we left it there for repairs. We went in to talk to someone about it since it was not like this when it was dropped off and the gentlemen said there is nothing they can do about it cause he doesn't work in the service department. We left called Chrysler to make sure we didn't need to have someone look at it before we drove 300 miles home. Eventually we got it arranged with this dealership to take it to our local Chrysler Dealership to diagnose the situation. Before getting our truck into our local dealership for the appointment to diagnose the door our truck started to leak anti-freeze again. We took it in to our local dealership and the repair work done wasn't tightened enough which caused the leaking. Our local dealership had discovered that the wire harness had been cut and that's why the Power lock and window are not working. The dealership doesn't know why our door was taken apart during repairs and could care less that the power lock and window does not work that will now cost several hundred dollars to fix. They refuse to do anything to compusate us for their mistake not even an apology!!! It's not right to take your vehicle in for repair work and get several hundred dollars of damage done to it by their service crew and for them to not do the right thing and fix THEIR MISTAKE!!!!

Desired Settlement: To fix the door so the power lock and window fix. And repayment that was made to our local dealership to diagnose the vehicle for a mistake that was made by this dealership during repair work.

Business Response: The vehicle was brought to us to repair an antifreeze leak. When the truck was brought in the shop the technician rolled down the windows to avoid locking the keys in the vehicle. The leak was diagnosed and repaired as coming from the hose to the heater core at the back of the engine. The service advisor was informed that the driver's side rear window would not go back up. The next day the advisor checked the master control switch to see if there was a loose connection. He discovered that the master control panel was not fixed in place. After checking the connections the window rolled back up. At no time did the tech ar advisor remove the door panel.

We also contacted the current repair facility that has examined the truck for the coolant leak and they told us that it is a totally different leak at the front of the engine.

We decline any assistance at this time as the new repair is different from the repair performed by us and we did not remove the door panel.

***** ***** 

Consumer Response: Complaint: *******

I am rejecting this response because: The back passenger door panel was too taken off at your repair facility. Door panel, door handle & bolts were laying in the back seat when we picked up the vehicle. Now the window and lock does not work on this door and we've never had a problem with it until we picked up our vehicle from you servicing it. We went it to the dealership to notify a manager of the issue and we were told it's the service departments problem and they were closed. It was not like this when we dropped it off at this repair facility for the leak. We worked it out with your facility to take it to our local dealership to diagnose the door and the antifreeze leak. They fixed the leak at no charge and they told us that it was the clamps that were not tight enough on the heater hose that you repaired. They contacted you guys to make arrangements to fix the door and you refused responsibility. They did charge us $63.00 to diagnose this door that was taken apart at your repair facility.  

I don't understand how its right to take your vehicle in for a repair and pick it up to find that the door panel, door knob and bolts had been disassembled and that your windows and locks no longer work on that door.


******* ******

Business Response: I have talked to the tech again that worked on your truck as well as the advisor and Service Mgr. All have denied taking off the door panel. I am certainly not saying that the door panel was not off I just can't confirm that it was done here. The problem with the window not functioning properly has been an issue on the trucks but the problem is in the wiring harness which is NOT behind the panel. If the tech had been aware of the problem he would have inspected the harness which does not require the removal of the panel. That being said the tech has offered to repair the problem without charging you any labor. You would only be responsible for any parts necessary to complete the repair. If you wish to have this done let me know and I will be happy to schedule the repair appointment.


8/21/2013 Problems with Product/Service | Read Complaint Details

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Complaint: I purchased my 2006 Elantra from the Lithia Hyundai Dealership in Fort Collins in 2008. It was sold as a "Certified Used Car" and still has the 10 year warranty in effect. When I purchased my car, I was also given lifetime oil changes from the dealership. After my last oil change I was told that I would need to replace the oil pan at my next oil change. I was confused why I would need a new oil pan; my car had NEVER leaked oil. I was told that several oil changes ago, the dealership mechanic had "stripped out the old bolt" and replaced it with an "oversized bolt". However this time, they couldn't get "a good seal" on the oversized bolt and now it was going to cost me over $400 to repair. The next day, I noticed a HUGE OIL SPILL under my car. I called the dealership service department to report it and they told me that was because they couldn't get a good seal on the bolt. I was shocked at the amount of oil that had leaked out and cringed at the thought if I had waited 3 months or 3,000 mi for my new oil pan! The service department told me this was a typical repair, even though I don't know a SINGLE person who has had to have it done. Especially, on a car less than 10 years old. Now, I must pay for a mistake the dealership themselves made. They refused to acknowledge that this repair is their fault (even though they admitted their mechanic stripped the first bolt and somehow stripped the second as well). They would not even give me a discount or help pay for the damage. I am especially disappointed in the service I have received and the now pricey repair I have to make due to their mistake. Now, I have to add oil to my car every other day and keep spare quarts in my car. I have never had another garage change the oil or make repairs on this car, but you better believe I'm not going to give them the business for this repair. Product_Or_Service: Oil Change

Desired Settlement: DesiredSettlementID: Refund I believe the correct thing to do, is to have the dealership reimburse me for the $400 oil pan repair.

Business Response:

Ms. **********,

I apologize for the experience at our Hyundai dealership. I will try to explain the situation and then make you an offer to resolve the situation.

When your oil is changed the mechanic removes the steel drain plug from the aluminum oil pan and then replaces the drain plug. Because the oil pan is aluminum the threads will sometimes wear out over time. If the drain plug is over tightened it can also strip the threads on the oil pan. I do not know if your situation was caused because it was over tightened or due to the fatigue of the aluminum threads. Either way since in our history I have confirmed that you have indeed had all of your oil changes done in our shop I will be glad to replace the oil pan 100% at our cost. We value your business and certainly want to retain your business.

Please call me when it is convienient to have this repair performed and I will get everything arranged. I would appreciate a few2 days notice so I can verify that we have the correct part in stock.

Steve Hardy

General Manager

Crossroads Hyundai

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7/26/2013 Problems with Product/Service | Read Complaint Details

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Complaint: They damaged the dashboard of my vehicle while attempting a repair. While attempting to alleviate a rattle noise in my dashboard, the technician damaged the bezel near the radio. It appears he used a screwdriver to remove a coin tray to gain access to screws/bolts that hold the bezel in place. I took my truck to another local Dodge dealer (Greeley)where they inspected this damage and agreed that it was unacceptable. Fort Collins Dodge has declined to repair the damage that they caused during the course of my repair. I have pictures of the damage and Greeley Dodge even tried to broker a repair deal with Fort Collins Dodge on my behalf with no success.

Desired Settlement: I just want them to replace the damaged part. Shouldn't cost them a lot. I had a very bad service experience with them so I'm sure this is a retaliatory move on their part since I gave them a bad score on the service survey with Chrysler Corp.

Business Response: Business Response /* (1000, 8, 2013/07/12) */ Contact Name and Title: ***** ***** Gen Mgr Contact Phone: XXXXXXXXXX Contact Email: ****** I have visited with both the Service Manager and the Service Advisor that was involved and they do not recall this issue. Our policy is that if we damage anything we repair or replace it. Please have Mr. ****** see me so I can see the damaged part and I will get the matter taken care of. I would also like to know whom Mr. ****** or Greeley Dodge talked with that denied to resolve this issue

12/3/2012 Advertising/Sales Issues
6/18/2012 Problems with Product/Service