Carr. NÃºm. 1, Km.29.7, Caguas, PR 00725
Carr. NÃºm. 1, Km.29.7 Caguas PR
Car Dealer, Store
Monday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
About the business
Medina Auto - Bienvenidos
Medina Auto | Dealer Nissan y Kia en Caguas, Salinas y Guayama, Puerto Rico | (787) 747-4444
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Recent Google Reviews
Anna Pantzos Savage said 4 years ago
Do not purchase a vehicle from this dealership!!! They are a corrupt business. I was sold a car with no spare tire and I wasn't advised that it was missing. When I found out I didn't have one i immediately called them and I've been getting the run around for 2 months. They claimed to have been calling to see about getting me one all that time. However, when I got fed up I called myself and found it on my 3rd call. I let them know whete to get it and they said they would bring it to the dealership and that was 2 weeks ago. They are nothing but a bunch of liars. Poor customer service from management to sales people. All they care about is selling the car and getting paid. Any issues after that is on the customer. Do not give these people your business!!! Do your research and purchase elsewhere!!
José Diego Mercado Montalvo said 5 years ago
Compramos nuestro Senyra en un buen negocio. También le damos el mantenimiento preventivo y normal para su uso. Estamos muy contentos hasta el momento de la unidad, trató y servicio de Medina Auto.
Ernesto Daza said 5 years ago
Advertencia a los compradores de KIA SOUL. Si usted piensa que esta comprando un auto con un equipo UVo que hace las mil cosas que promocionan, Este sistema NO SE PUEDE activar en Puerto Rico. o sea solo hace la mitad de lo que dicen. Antes de comprar, pregunten si UVO se puede activar en PR.
Saaraim Scull said 4 years ago
Servicio rápido y bien echo
Juan Santiago said 4 years ago
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