Valley Honda in Staunton including address, phone, dealer reviews, directions, a map, inventory and more

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296 Lee Jackson Hwy
Staunton, VA 24401

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Sales Department

Sun Closed
Mon 8:00am – 8:00pm
Tue 8:00am – 8:00pm
Wed 8:00am – 8:00pm
Thu 8:00am – 8:00pm
Fri 8:00am – 8:00pm
Sat 9:00am – 5:00pm

Service Department

Sun Closed
Mon 8:00am – 5:00pm
Tue 8:00am – 5:00pm
Wed 8:00am – 5:00pm
Thu 8:00am – 5:00pm
Fri 8:00am – 5:00pm
Sat 9:00am – 5:00pm

Reviews of Valley Honda

Overall Rating:

4.3 (out of 5)

82% recommend this dealer

11 total reviews

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

1.0 (out of 5)

Warning stay away from dealership.

Reviewed by Warning stay away from dealership. from Staunton Va July 10, 2022

Avoid this dealership at all cost. My daughter bought a used vehicle from them it has been nothing but trouble. Went in to talk to them. Only resolution they had was to wholesale her vehicle and be lest 10,000 in the hole. Roll that debt over on another vehicle. And be 40,000 in debt for a vehicle that had over 106,000 miles on it. Got very angry when I kept bringing up the actual amount of loan. Didn’t want to discuss the actual amount of money it was going to cost her. Just kept pushing that monthly payment. Beware they can finance anything for any amount. But if you own it it’s worth nothing. Was told I didn’t force you to buy this vehicle. When you signed the loan it was yours. Good or bad I legally don’t have to do anything to help you.

  • Does not recommend this dealer
  • Came in for service or repair
  • Did make a purchase

Overall Facilities 1

Customer Service 1

Buying Process 1

Quality of Repair 1

Maximum rating = 5

5.0 (out of 5)

Impressed beyond belief

Reviewed by Towanna Thompson and Darren Gundry from Waynesboro, Va.November 06, 2019

We were just browsing around for a new economical vehicle as I drive alot of miles everyday to work. The wife stopped in first and was treated NOT as a unknowledgeable female, as many car dealers do, but rather as a knowledgeable person who was in search of a new vehicle (Thank you Mr. Robinson). Mr. Robinson asked her what she wanted and worked with her towards HER goal. Never once was he pushy or tried to sway her thoughts or opinions. Now our credit isn't great by any stretch, but he was able to secure a great interest rate, very low down payment and a monthly payment that was what you would expect with a superior credit score. All that was left now was for my hard headed (Alpha male) self to agree... Well we went back to the dealer and there was no B.S. involved. Mr. Robinson answered my questions with attentive respect, and our new 2019 Honda Fit is now in our driveway. Thank you Mr. Robinson and the rest of the players involved. You certainly have rewritten my thoughts about how a Superior Car dealership is operated. Customer first... We will never buy from any place else.

  • Does recommend this dealer
  • Shopped for a new car
  • Did make a purchase

Overall Facilities N/A

Customer Service 5

Buying Process 5

Quality of Repair N/A

Maximum rating = 5

1.0 (out of 5)

Avoid this dealership at all costs

Reviewed by Jpotter from Staunton, vaMarch 30, 2019

Please avoid this dealership at all costs. A little background I currently own a 2006 Honda Ridgeline, 2005 Honda Accord, and a 2018 Honda Civic. To say I'm a fan of Honda is an understatement. I used to take the Ridgeline for all my services to this dealership. As I purchased this vehicle used with 70k miles on it and wanted to make sure the vehicle would last the way a Honda usually does. Over 200k miles and counting can't complain. I figured for my commute I needed a vehicle that was better for mpg, and the Accord is unavailable as it's being used by family. In the past I was always treated well at this dealership so I figured if I was going to drop over 20 thousand dollars I might as well give my business here. Boy what a terrible mistake I made, and can only hope this will save other consumers. Strike one: When I purchased the vehicle I was given a sales associate (who has never sold a vehicle before I know this because he told me) No problem I understand we all have to start somewhere. Strike one came when no one decided to come help the poor sales guy, and we had to keep stopping for other sales members to come over and explain the paperwork. Once again not a big deal I completely understand and chalked it up to poor training. What I don't understand is when a customer is willing to spend a fair amount of money no one from the dealership can help the salesman or his customer (me) out. Strike two: Regular maintenance time (just an oil change) for the Civic in October 2018 I noticed a loud rattle coming from the center air vent, a little concerning considering a brand new car, but it's under warranty so I'm not worried. I created the appointment online and tell them about the rattle and that I'm waiting for my vehicle at the dealership. Two hours later I get notified in the waiting room that my vehicle is ready. At which point my "service advisor" at the time takes me to payment reception with no mention of fixing the vent. I get in the vehicle and noticed they still didn't fix the vent and it still rattles. Now that it's two hours later I don't have the time to continue to wait. Plus it's getting colder and I don't use the center vents in the winter. I'll get it taken care of at a later date. Strike three: Time for second regular maintenance, and I figured I would go ahead and get the vent fixed. This time knowing the dealership is slower I decided to drop my vehicle off and to pick up at a later time in the evening. I fill out the paperwork properly and list that the vent rattles and needs to be repaired under factory warranty. I contacted the dealership 2 hours after my scheduled appointment, and was told my vehicle was ready by a random "service advisor". I asked about the vent and was told "yes they fixed the vent" I stated that it should be under warranty, and again was told "it's fixed". By the time I was able to get back to the dealer it was 7pm. Upon arrival to payment receptionist desk there's an male employee hanging across the desk talking under his breath to the lady receptionist, both employees look at me and continue talking without acknowledging my presence for approximately 2-4 minutes. Ok that's fine I understand, it's late. I get the bill and think that the total is high but obviously I've taken more important people's time so I pay and leave. Strike Four ?: Reviewing the bill I see that they charged me seventy dollars to fix the vent that was confirmed by Honda should have been fixed under warranty. I contact the dealership and I am told that I will be getting a refund (which still hasn't shown up, a week after the mistake was discovered and the dealership notified and promised to refund) So who knows if they will honor their agreement or we have to go to small claims. Strike Five??: Now less then two weeks after they supposedly fixed the vent issue it has returned and is steadily getting louder. So now I have to find another Honda dealership that is hopefully less horrible

  • Does not recommend this dealer
  • Came in for service or repair
  • Did make a purchase

Overall Facilities N/A

Customer Service 1

Buying Process 1

Quality of Repair 1

Maximum rating = 5

About Valley Honda

Valley Honda formerly Rule Auto is the premier Central Virginia Honda dealer with a convenient Staunton location and a large stock of new and used cars trucks and SUVs - including fuel efficient hybrid Hondas. Just a short drive from Lexington Harrisonburg Charlottesville anOriginally founded in 1966 as a family-owned and operated store Rule Auto grew to become Staunton's premiere Honda VW and RV dealer. Throughout the years it has remained a family business. In October 2010 Rule Auto became Valley VW and Valley Honda proud additions to Carter Myers Automotive - a group of family-owned dealerships serving Central Virginia since 1924.

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