Cobb County Toyota in Kennesaw including address, phone, dealer reviews, directions, a map, inventory and more

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2111 Barrett Lakes Blvd
Kennesaw, GA 30144

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Sales Department

Sun 1:00pm – 6:00pm
Mon 9:00am – 9:00pm
Tue 9:00am – 9:00pm
Wed 9:00am – 9:00pm
Thu 9:00am – 9:00pm
Fri 9:00am – 9:00pm
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 7:30am – 5:00pm

Reviews of Cobb County Toyota

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Overall Rating:

4.3 (out of 5)

91 out of 110 people said they would recommend this dealer

1 (out of 5)

They put the wrong oil in my car more than once!!

Reviewed by Pissed off customer! in Atlanta, GeorgiaApril 25, 2021

I had some valve train noises started about 2 years ago. Not loud, but more in the morning. My car is an overhead cam and is not a hydraulic valve train (no lifters). Been trying to figure out why the noise since I never missed an oil change and baby the car. Lately, It has been more pronounced. My car has the 1ZZ-FE engine, they can easily go over 250K miles and still keep on running. About 85K I started to hear some valve train noise-minor, but it was never there and shouldn't be, especially since I have always changed the oil on time and I am the original owner. Turns out the dealer has been using 5W-20W oil (the car calls for( 5W-30W). I check my receipts and sure enough when they switched I started noticing a difference. I am calling the Toyota company and speaking to them. I have had other repairs that sucked and they had to do the work twice. Read your receipts!!! I can never recommend them for service ever again. In my opinion they reduced the life of my engine!! They suck! my car now only was a little over 100K. Lastly, I used to be a mechanic and now a DIYer. Over 40 years! I have been around cars my whole life! It even says on the filler cap the proper oil is 5W-30W I am going to explore all options. See if they are using the proper oil in your car and get other opinions from dealers and mechanics. Going to a lighter weight oil on an older car and living is a hot climate is stupid!

Customer Service 3

Buying Process N/A

Quality of Repair 1

Overall Facilities 4

Maximum rating = 5

1 (out of 5)

Damage to tire and wheel

Reviewed by Audrey Segers in AcworthDecember 29, 2020

Sevice manager Zach Claybrooks is rude, unprofessional and has no skills dealing with customers, his arrogant is shameful! I have bought (4 vehicles in the last 15 years and always maintain then with the dealership) Never again! I will discourage anyone away from purchasing and servicing from Cobb Co. Toyota

Customer Service 1

Buying Process 1

Quality of Repair 1

Overall Facilities 1

Maximum rating = 5

5 (out of 5)

No game dealership

Reviewed by Ronnie in Alpharetta, GAJanuary 05, 2012

Great dealership! Called for price on a car, agreed on price and drove to dealership the car was sitting there ready. Paperwork ready to be signed and processed no dealership crap! Bought two cars from here and completely satisfied! Straight to the point. In and out of dealership within 45mins.

Customer Service 5

Buying Process 5

Quality of Repair 5

Overall Facilities 5

Maximum rating = 5

About Cobb County Toyota

Cobb County Toyota has been providing quality automobiles and award-winning service to Georgia for over a decade. Customers have consistently rated our dealership among the best in their categories for sales service and satisfaction. We expect our customers to have an exceptional experience each time they visit us! We are proud to announce that we were ranked #1 in Southeast Toyota and #10 in the entire country in Certified Sales in 2008. #3 in SET and #13 in the entire country. There are over 1200 dealers nationwide and for two months in a row we were #10 and #13.Let us help you find a car today!

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