San Francisco Honda in San Francisco including address, phone, dealer reviews, directions, a map, inventory and more

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1395 Van Ness Ave
San Francisco, CA 94109

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Sales: 415-687-0174

Used Cars: 415-687-0174

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Sales Department

Sun 10:00am – 6:00pm
Mon 9:00am – 7:00pm
Tue 9:00am – 7:00pm
Wed 9:00am – 7:00pm
Thu 9:00am – 7:00pm
Fri 9:00am – 7:00pm
Sat 9:00am – 8:00pm

Service Department

Sun Closed
Mon 7:00am – 7:00pm
Tue 7:00am – 7:00pm
Wed 7:00am – 7:00pm
Thu 7:00am – 7:00pm
Fri 7:00am – 7:00pm
Sat 7:00am – 6:00pm

Reviews of San Francisco Honda

Overall Rating:

3.8 (out of 5)

75% recommend this dealer

71 total reviews

Showing the most recent reviews from Cars.com and DealerRater.

1.0 (out of 5)

Don't park in their garage.

Reviewed by CJ from Dubin, CAJuly 25, 2022

Horrific! Cyreene insisted on me coming in to discuss reserving a vehicle, which could have been done by phone (no car to look at or test drive), and the customer garage is extremely tight and full of poles. Even Paolo agreed that he wasted my time. When backing out (not showing up in my rear view mirror), I scraped the paint off my rear bumper on a pole. This is going to be a fortune to fix, and/or increase my insurance rates. They expressed no sympathy nor offered to fix it. In fact, they mocked me. The whole experience is expensive, traumatizing, and was avoidable. Stay away from there, particularly the garage. It's way too cramped, like a landmine.

  • Does not recommend this dealer
  • Shopped for a new car
  • Did not make a purchase

Overall Facilities 1

Customer Service 1

Buying Process 1

Quality of Repair 1

Maximum rating = 5

1.0 (out of 5)

Horrific!

Reviewed by CJJuly 24, 2022

Horrific! Cyreene insisted on me coming in to discuss reserving a vehicle, which could have been done by phone (no car to look at or test drive), and the customer garage is extremely tight and full of poles. Even Paolo agreed that he wasted my time. When backing out (not showing up in my rear view mirror), I scraped the paint off my rear bumper on a pole. This is going to be a fortune to fix, and/or increase my insurance rates. They expressed no sympathy nor offered to fix it. In fact, they mocked me. The whole experience is expensive, traumatizing, and was avoidable. Stay away from there, particularly the garage. It's way too cramped, like a landmine.

  • Does not recommend this dealer
  • Shopped for a new car

Overall Experience 1

Customer Service 1

Quality of Repair N/A

Friendliness 1

Pricing N/A

Maximum rating = 5

1.0 (out of 5)

San Francisco Honda service has evaporated. I received an...

Reviewed by chrisMay 14, 2021

San Francisco Honda service has evaporated. I received an estimate for a windshield replacement over a week ago and can't get a call or email returned to get it ordered or installed. The new phone gatekeepers have no idea what's going on or even that the shop was closed Wednesday. The service department changed locations without notification to customers. There's absolutely no way to contact the service department. Used to be a superior outfit. What a shame.

  • Does not recommend this dealer
  • Came in for service or repair

Overall Experience 1

Customer Service 1

Quality of Repair N/A

Friendliness N/A

Pricing N/A

Maximum rating = 5

About San Francisco Honda

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