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What dealer do you guys use and why? Do they treat you well or am I better off seeking a private shop? Besides being $$$$, I've had pretty good luck with the dealer....
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I've only used the dealer once (Parisppany) for a gas tank recall. I do all the work myself or with the help of my friends. My experience with the dealer was very good.

Where in NJ are you?
 

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Hey,
I just purchased a Range Rover from a private owner and went to the Princeton dealership to get it checked out and they were really nice. They looked at it and cleaned it out for me for dirt cheap in like 30 minutes and told me if i had any problems to just come on by, cuz their always there.
 

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98RRover said:
Hey,
I just purchased a Range Rover from a private owner and went to the Princeton dealership to get it checked out and they were really nice. They looked at it and cleaned it out for me for dirt cheap in like 30 minutes and told me if i had any problems to just come on by, cuz their always there.
Very cool....
 

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I have my 96 D1 at Parsippany right now, don't have the time to figure out what's wrong with it so I towed it to the dealer. I'll let you know how it goes. While it's there I'll have them replace the gas tank.

Wish me luck.
 

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John C said:
I have my 96 D1 at Parsippany right now, don't have the time to figure out what's wrong with it so I towed it to the dealer. I'll let you know how it goes. While it's there I'll have them replace the gas tank.

Wish me luck.
I like the guys there too, who was your writer? Seems to be a real good place...keep me posted.
 
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