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Stadium Nissan

16  Reviews

(888) 697-1217
1140 W Katella Ave
Orange, CA 92867
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Description

Stadium Nissan in Orange California treats the needs of each individual customer in a friendly and courteous manner. We know that you have high expectations, and as a car dealer we enjoy the challange of meeting and exceeding those standards each and every time. Allow us to demonstrate our commitment to customer service! Our friendly and experienced sales staff is eager to share its knowledge and enthusiasm with you. We encourage you to browse our online inventory, schedule a test drive and investigate financing options. You can also request more information about a vehicle using our online form or by calling 866-632-0880.

Phone Numbers

main:
(888) 697-1217

Services

Service Center, Parts & Accessories, Detailing

Products

New, Used, Pre-Owned, Certified Pre-Owned, Hybrid, Manufacturer Certified & Commercial/Fleet Vehicles.

Brands

Nissan

Year Established

2008

Languages Spoken

English , Spanish

Payment Methods

Visa , Mastercard , American Express , Discover , Debit Card , Personal Checks , All Other Major Credit Cards

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Average Rating (16)

jacoblle

Family Friendly Dealership In Orange I was searching for a used Nissan Titan and came across Stadium Nissan. Well the truck i wanted was sold. Chris Drumm and Jacob Little worked VERY hard to get me into a new Titan with the payments that were within my budget. Chris was even so kind as to bring the truck to my house in the inland empire the SAME night, and I was able to enjoy my sunday without having to drive all the way out to OC.. These were the nicest, hardest working car sales team I have ever dealt with and it was actually an enjoyable buying experience. I will be returning for my next vehicle and will be a loyal coustomer to Chris and the whole Satdium Nissan team. Thank you all very and would highly recommend to all my friends and family. Nathan S.

jasonff

Awesome Cars In Orange I have submitted a Dealer Rater Review for Stadium Nissan in the past and at that time I mentioned the Salesman that I had met and dealt with - Johnathan Negron - with whom I am very impressed. Now I would like to bring to your attention my experience with Jason in Finance. Wow! What a personality! I have never seen an individual who was so gifted with a multi-task capability. Jason was very personable as he took an interest in what the financial and service needs were of my wife & I. He displayed an incredible sense-of-humor and yet knew when there was a time to be serious for the moment as issues or concerns surfaced in the contractual aspect of our meeting. Jason is an addition to the incredibly satisfying experience that I have had and will continue to have with Stadium Nissan. In reference to both Johnathan & Jason, they are a very positive aspect of Stadium Nissan and a lot of credit goes to who they are as individuals - But, even more so, this speaks very highly of the managing staff of Stadium Nissan who sought out and groomed these employees for their assignments through which they shine.

millazzoo

Fantastic Dealership In Orange After dealing with another dealer who we asked to hold on to the vehicle we wanted for two days (and sold it the same day we were coming in to buy it) Frustrated and angry, We went to Stadium Nissan and dealt with Mark Milazzo & Oleg Lappa. Talk about "red carpet treatment" they were FANTASTIC. We bought our Armada from them and they REALLY know what customer service means. If you are in the market for a Nissan, These are the guys to talk to. I NEVER said this before because in all the years of experience in buying cars, Dealers always seemed "two faced" and just interested in making a sale, these guys really do value their customers... RIGHT ON OLEG AND MARK!!!

jasono

Excellent Customer Service Excellent customer service, I would highly recommend anyone interested in buying a vehicle to visit this dealearship. Everyone was very friendly and helpful and also willing to work with us on our terms and conditions. Overall a very great experience, and very thorough. THANK YOU STADIUM NISSAN!

jaredt

Nissan In Orange I had a wonderful experience!! I was in need for a family car so bad, and Stadium Nissan took great care of all my needs!!!!!

jasondeen

Great Staff In Orange Picked up a 2012 Juke; couldn't be more happy with my experience so far! Staff worked we me to secure exactly what I wanted and even paid out generously for my trade in. Be sure to talk to Chris Drumm, Jacob, Josh ("Kentucky"), Jason and Oscar, they won't let you down.

joshswii

Great Employees In Orange I live in San Diego and own a Nissan Leaf. I wanted to drive my Leaf from San Diego to the Anaheim Convention Center and back. I called Stadium Nissan to ask if I could charge my Leaf while at the Convention Center. Not only did Chris make the charger available; he also drove me to and from the Convention Center. And I returned to my fully charged Leaf! Amazing! I was so very impressed! If Chris is the type of person Stadium Nissan employs; this is the type of dealership we should be buying our cars from!

chrisdrumm

Right Car In Orange When looking for a new car, I had many brands in mind. My original plan was to hit up all the car dealerships I was interested in and test drive the cars to see what drove best. I had been to Toyota the weekend prior with plans to visit Nissan, Hyundai, and Honda the next weekend. I planned to visit Stadium Nissan first and Hyundai and Honda second, only because it made the most sense driving wise. Turns out, I had no need to visit Hyundai and Honda after all. I entered the dealership with my parents with plans to only test drive the Rogue and the Altima. Chris Drumm, our friendly sales consultant, graciously offered to help us when he found out we had not yet been helped. I first test drove the Altima, it was nice, roomy, comfortable, and sleek-looking; it drove nicely with a smooth ride and easy navigation. However, something was still missing for me, I needed to try out the Rogue to compare. One in particular, caught my eye. It was only about a $1,000 difference in price from the Altima I was looking at. It had a larger radio display which I desired, a rear view back up camera, and looked very classy. Chris retrieved the keys so we could take a closer gander and test drive the car. While driving, I fell in love. Coming from driving a small 2-door sports car, I loved the height, steadiness of the the wheel, and safe feeling of a larger crossover. Knowing that I would be soon be driving to Burbank on a weekly basis, I knew that something larger, safer, and more fuel efficient would be necessary. The Rogue was all that and more. Chris took us in to discuss pricing; my plan was to get the prices for reference and peace-out to the next dealership to continue to test drive. After talking and negotiation, Chris and his managers offered me a great deal that was going to be very hard to pass up. I already knew I was in love with the Rogue and felt that I would always have it in the back of my mind when I would go to test drive the other cars. It is hard to jump into things, especially a huge purchase like a car, but my gut (along with my parents' guts), told us that this deal was going to be one of the best, if not the best, deals I would be offered. After quite some time of internal and external debate and weighing of options, I decided it was an offer I could not pass up. I loved the car and had a great proposal in front of me; it was almost a no-brainer to take it. After page after page of signing, the deal was complete and I was very pleased. Everyone at dealership was nice, friendly, and informative. Everyone knows what a stereotypical salesman can be like, but these guys did not give me that impression. They were genuine and helpful. Even after getting late into the night, we were hungry, so Chris generously went and got pizza for us, something I have never seen a salesman do; I know the gesture was simple, but sometimes it's the small things that count. I would honestly recommend Chris (the internet manager) and Stadium Nissa

chrisdrumm

Right Car In Orange When looking for a new car, I had many brands in mind. My original plan was to hit up all the car dealerships I was interested in and test drive the cars to see what drove best. I had been to Toyota the weekend prior with plans to visit Nissan, Hyundai, and Honda the next weekend. I planned to visit Stadium Nissan first and Hyundai and Honda second, only because it made the most sense driving wise. Turns out, I had no need to visit Hyundai and Honda after all. I entered the dealership with my parents with plans to only test drive the Rogue and the Altima. Chris Drumm, our friendly sales consultant, graciously offered to help us when he found out we had not yet been helped. I first test drove the Altima, it was nice, roomy, comfortable, and sleek-looking; it drove nicely with a smooth ride and easy navigation. However, something was still missing for me, I needed to try out the Rogue to compare. One in particular, caught my eye. It was only about a $1,000 difference in price from the Altima I was looking at. It had a larger radio display which I desired, a rear view back up camera, and looked very classy. Chris retrieved the keys so we could take a closer gander and test drive the car. While driving, I fell in love. Coming from driving a small 2-door sports car, I loved the height, steadiness of the the wheel, and safe feeling of a larger crossover. Knowing that I would be soon be driving to Burbank on a weekly basis, I knew that something larger, safer, and more fuel efficient would be necessary. The Rogue was all that and more. Chris took us in to discuss pricing; my plan was to get the prices for reference and peace-out to the next dealership to continue to test drive. After talking and negotiation, Chris and his managers offered me a great deal that was going to be very hard to pass up. I already knew I was in love with the Rogue and felt that I would always have it in the back of my mind when I would go to test drive the other cars. It is hard to jump into things, especially a huge purchase like a car, but my gut (along with my parents' guts), told us that this deal was going to be one of the best, if not the best, deals I would be offered. After quite some time of internal and external debate and weighing of options, I decided it was an offer I could not pass up. I loved the car and had a great proposal in front of me; it was almost a no-brainer to take it. After page after page of signing, the deal was complete and I was very pleased. Everyone at dealership was nice, friendly, and informative. Everyone knows what a stereotypical salesman can be like, but these guys did not give me that impression. They were genuine and helpful. Even after getting late into the night, we were hungry, so Chris generously went and got pizza for us, something I have never seen a salesman do; I know the gesture was simple, but sometimes it's the small things that count. I would honestly recommend Chris (the internet manager) and Stadium Nissa

chrisdrumm

Right Car In Orange When looking for a new car, I had many brands in mind. My original plan was to hit up all the car dealerships I was interested in and test drive the cars to see what drove best. I had been to Toyota the weekend prior with plans to visit Nissan, Hyundai, and Honda the next weekend. I planned to visit Stadium Nissan first and Hyundai and Honda second, only because it made the most sense driving wise. Turns out, I had no need to visit Hyundai and Honda after all. I entered the dealership with my parents with plans to only test drive the Rogue and the Altima. Chris Drumm, our friendly sales consultant, graciously offered to help us when he found out we had not yet been helped. I first test drove the Altima, it was nice, roomy, comfortable, and sleek-looking; it drove nicely with a smooth ride and easy navigation. However, something was still missing for me, I needed to try out the Rogue to compare. One in particular, caught my eye. It was only about a $1,000 difference in price from the Altima I was looking at. It had a larger radio display which I desired, a rear view back up camera, and looked very classy. Chris retrieved the keys so we could take a closer gander and test drive the car. While driving, I fell in love. Coming from driving a small 2-door sports car, I loved the height, steadiness of the the wheel, and safe feeling of a larger crossover. Knowing that I would be soon be driving to Burbank on a weekly basis, I knew that something larger, safer, and more fuel efficient would be necessary. The Rogue was all that and more. Chris took us in to discuss pricing; my plan was to get the prices for reference and peace-out to the next dealership to continue to test drive. After talking and negotiation, Chris and his managers offered me a great deal that was going to be very hard to pass up. I already knew I was in love with the Rogue and felt that I would always have it in the back of my mind when I would go to test drive the other cars. It is hard to jump into things, especially a huge purchase like a car, but my gut (along with my parents' guts), told us that this deal was going to be one of the best, if not the best, deals I would be offered. After quite some time of internal and external debate and weighing of options, I decided it was an offer I could not pass up. I loved the car and had a great proposal in front of me; it was almost a no-brainer to take it. After page after page of signing, the deal was complete and I was very pleased. Everyone at dealership was nice, friendly, and informative. Everyone knows what a stereotypical salesman can be like, but these guys did not give me that impression. They were genuine and helpful. Even after getting late into the night, we were hungry, so Chris generously went and got pizza for us, something I have never seen a salesman do; I know the gesture was simple, but sometimes it's the small things that count. I would honestly recommend Chris (the internet manager) and Stadium Nissa

chrisdrumm

Right Car In Orange When looking for a new car, I had many brands in mind. My original plan was to hit up all the car dealerships I was interested in and test drive the cars to see what drove best. I had been to Toyota the weekend prior with plans to visit Nissan, Hyundai, and Honda the next weekend. I planned to visit Stadium Nissan first and Hyundai and Honda second, only because it made the most sense driving wise. Turns out, I had no need to visit Hyundai and Honda after all. I entered the dealership with my parents with plans to only test drive the Rogue and the Altima. Chris Drumm, our friendly sales consultant, graciously offered to help us when he found out we had not yet been helped. I first test drove the Altima, it was nice, roomy, comfortable, and sleek-looking; it drove nicely with a smooth ride and easy navigation. However, something was still missing for me, I needed to try out the Rogue to compare. One in particular, caught my eye. It was only about a $1,000 difference in price from the Altima I was looking at. It had a larger radio display which I desired, a rear view back up camera, and looked very classy. Chris retrieved the keys so we could take a closer gander and test drive the car. While driving, I fell in love. Coming from driving a small 2-door sports car, I loved the height, steadiness of the the wheel, and safe feeling of a larger crossover. Knowing that I would be soon be driving to Burbank on a weekly basis, I knew that something larger, safer, and more fuel efficient would be necessary. The Rogue was all that and more. Chris took us in to discuss pricing; my plan was to get the prices for reference and peace-out to the next dealership to continue to test drive. After talking and negotiation, Chris and his managers offered me a great deal that was going to be very hard to pass up. I already knew I was in love with the Rogue and felt that I would always have it in the back of my mind when I would go to test drive the other cars. It is hard to jump into things, especially a huge purchase like a car, but my gut (along with my parents' guts), told us that this deal was going to be one of the best, if not the best, deals I would be offered. After quite some time of internal and external debate and weighing of options, I decided it was an offer I could not pass up. I loved the car and had a great proposal in front of me; it was almost a no-brainer to take it. After page after page of signing, the deal was complete and I was very pleased. Everyone at dealership was nice, friendly, and informative. Everyone knows what a stereotypical salesman can be like, but these guys did not give me that impression. They were genuine and helpful. Even after getting late into the night, we were hungry, so Chris generously went and got pizza for us, something I have never seen a salesman do; I know the gesture was simple, but sometimes it's the small things that count. I would honestly recommend Chris (the internet manager) and Stadium Nissa

chrisdrumm

Right Car In Orange When looking for a new car, I had many brands in mind. My original plan was to hit up all the car dealerships I was interested in and test drive the cars to see what drove best. I had been to Toyota the weekend prior with plans to visit Nissan, Hyundai, and Honda the next weekend. I planned to visit Stadium Nissan first and Hyundai and Honda second, only because it made the most sense driving wise. Turns out, I had no need to visit Hyundai and Honda after all. I entered the dealership with my parents with plans to only test drive the Rogue and the Altima. Chris Drumm, our friendly sales consultant, graciously offered to help us when he found out we had not yet been helped. I first test drove the Altima, it was nice, roomy, comfortable, and sleek-looking; it drove nicely with a smooth ride and easy navigation. However, something was still missing for me, I needed to try out the Rogue to compare. One in particular, caught my eye. It was only about a $1,000 difference in price from the Altima I was looking at. It had a larger radio display which I desired, a rear view back up camera, and looked very classy. Chris retrieved the keys so we could take a closer gander and test drive the car. While driving, I fell in love. Coming from driving a small 2-door sports car, I loved the height, steadiness of the the wheel, and safe feeling of a larger crossover. Knowing that I would be soon be driving to Burbank on a weekly basis, I knew that something larger, safer, and more fuel efficient would be necessary. The Rogue was all that and more. Chris took us in to discuss pricing; my plan was to get the prices for reference and peace-out to the next dealership to continue to test drive. After talking and negotiation, Chris and his managers offered me a great deal that was going to be very hard to pass up. I already knew I was in love with the Rogue and felt that I would always have it in the back of my mind when I would go to test drive the other cars. It is hard to jump into things, especially a huge purchase like a car, but my gut (along with my parents' guts), told us that this deal was going to be one of the best, if not the best, deals I would be offered. After quite some time of internal and external debate and weighing of options, I decided it was an offer I could not pass up. I loved the car and had a great proposal in front of me; it was almost a no-brainer to take it. After page after page of signing, the deal was complete and I was very pleased. Everyone at dealership was nice, friendly, and informative. Everyone knows what a stereotypical salesman can be like, but these guys did not give me that impression. They were genuine and helpful. Even after getting late into the night, we were hungry, so Chris generously went and got pizza for us, something I have never seen a salesman do; I know the gesture was simple, but sometimes it's the small things that count. I would honestly recommend Chris (the internet manager) and Stadium Nissa

chrisdrumm

Right Car In Orange When looking for a new car, I had many brands in mind. My original plan was to hit up all the car dealerships I was interested in and test drive the cars to see what drove best. I had been to Toyota the weekend prior with plans to visit Nissan, Hyundai, and Honda the next weekend. I planned to visit Stadium Nissan first and Hyundai and Honda second, only because it made the most sense driving wise. Turns out, I had no need to visit Hyundai and Honda after all. I entered the dealership with my parents with plans to only test drive the Rogue and the Altima. Chris Drumm, our friendly sales consultant, graciously offered to help us when he found out we had not yet been helped. I first test drove the Altima, it was nice, roomy, comfortable, and sleek-looking; it drove nicely with a smooth ride and easy navigation. However, something was still missing for me, I needed to try out the Rogue to compare. One in particular, caught my eye. It was only about a $1,000 difference in price from the Altima I was looking at. It had a larger radio display which I desired, a rear view back up camera, and looked very classy. Chris retrieved the keys so we could take a closer gander and test drive the car. While driving, I fell in love. Coming from driving a small 2-door sports car, I loved the height, steadiness of the the wheel, and safe feeling of a larger crossover. Knowing that I would be soon be driving to Burbank on a weekly basis, I knew that something larger, safer, and more fuel efficient would be necessary. The Rogue was all that and more. Chris took us in to discuss pricing; my plan was to get the prices for reference and peace-out to the next dealership to continue to test drive. After talking and negotiation, Chris and his managers offered me a great deal that was going to be very hard to pass up. I already knew I was in love with the Rogue and felt that I would always have it in the back of my mind when I would go to test drive the other cars. It is hard to jump into things, especially a huge purchase like a car, but my gut (along with my parents' guts), told us that this deal was going to be one of the best, if not the best, deals I would be offered. After quite some time of internal and external debate and weighing of options, I decided it was an offer I could not pass up. I loved the car and had a great proposal in front of me; it was almost a no-brainer to take it. After page after page of signing, the deal was complete and I was very pleased. Everyone at dealership was nice, friendly, and informative. Everyone knows what a stereotypical salesman can be like, but these guys did not give me that impression. They were genuine and helpful. Even after getting late into the night, we were hungry, so Chris generously went and got pizza for us, something I have never seen a salesman do; I know the gesture was simple, but sometimes it's the small things that count. I would honestly recommend Chris (the internet manager) and Stadium Nissa

chrisdrumm

Right Car In Orange When looking for a new car, I had many brands in mind. My original plan was to hit up all the car dealerships I was interested in and test drive the cars to see what drove best. I had been to Toyota the weekend prior with plans to visit Nissan, Hyundai, and Honda the next weekend. I planned to visit Stadium Nissan first and Hyundai and Honda second, only because it made the most sense driving wise. Turns out, I had no need to visit Hyundai and Honda after all. I entered the dealership with my parents with plans to only test drive the Rogue and the Altima. Chris Drumm, our friendly sales consultant, graciously offered to help us when he found out we had not yet been helped. I first test drove the Altima, it was nice, roomy, comfortable, and sleek-looking; it drove nicely with a smooth ride and easy navigation. However, something was still missing for me, I needed to try out the Rogue to compare. One in particular, caught my eye. It was only about a $1,000 difference in price from the Altima I was looking at. It had a larger radio display which I desired, a rear view back up camera, and looked very classy. Chris retrieved the keys so we could take a closer gander and test drive the car. While driving, I fell in love. Coming from driving a small 2-door sports car, I loved the height, steadiness of the the wheel, and safe feeling of a larger crossover. Knowing that I would be soon be driving to Burbank on a weekly basis, I knew that something larger, safer, and more fuel efficient would be necessary. The Rogue was all that and more. Chris took us in to discuss pricing; my plan was to get the prices for reference and peace-out to the next dealership to continue to test drive. After talking and negotiation, Chris and his managers offered me a great deal that was going to be very hard to pass up. I already knew I was in love with the Rogue and felt that I would always have it in the back of my mind when I would go to test drive the other cars. It is hard to jump into things, especially a huge purchase like a car, but my gut (along with my parents' guts), told us that this deal was going to be one of the best, if not the best, deals I would be offered. After quite some time of internal and external debate and weighing of options, I decided it was an offer I could not pass up. I loved the car and had a great proposal in front of me; it was almost a no-brainer to take it. After page after page of signing, the deal was complete and I was very pleased. Everyone at dealership was nice, friendly, and informative. Everyone knows what a stereotypical salesman can be like, but these guys did not give me that impression. They were genuine and helpful. Even after getting late into the night, we were hungry, so Chris generously went and got pizza for us, something I have never seen a salesman do; I know the gesture was simple, but sometimes it's the small things that count. I would honestly recommend Chris (the internet manager) and Stadium Nissa

chrisdrumm

Right Car In Orange When looking for a new car, I had many brands in mind. My original plan was to hit up all the car dealerships I was interested in and test drive the cars to see what drove best. I had been to Toyota the weekend prior with plans to visit Nissan, Hyundai, and Honda the next weekend. I planned to visit Stadium Nissan first and Hyundai and Honda second, only because it made the most sense driving wise. Turns out, I had no need to visit Hyundai and Honda after all. I entered the dealership with my parents with plans to only test drive the Rogue and the Altima. Chris Drumm, our friendly sales consultant, graciously offered to help us when he found out we had not yet been helped. I first test drove the Altima, it was nice, roomy, comfortable, and sleek-looking; it drove nicely with a smooth ride and easy navigation. However, something was still missing for me, I needed to try out the Rogue to compare. One in particular, caught my eye. It was only about a $1,000 difference in price from the Altima I was looking at. It had a larger radio display which I desired, a rear view back up camera, and looked very classy. Chris retrieved the keys so we could take a closer gander and test drive the car. While driving, I fell in love. Coming from driving a small 2-door sports car, I loved the height, steadiness of the the wheel, and safe feeling of a larger crossover. Knowing that I would be soon be driving to Burbank on a weekly basis, I knew that something larger, safer, and more fuel efficient would be necessary. The Rogue was all that and more. Chris took us in to discuss pricing; my plan was to get the prices for reference and peace-out to the next dealership to continue to test drive. After talking and negotiation, Chris and his managers offered me a great deal that was going to be very hard to pass up. I already knew I was in love with the Rogue and felt that I would always have it in the back of my mind when I would go to test drive the other cars. It is hard to jump into things, especially a huge purchase like a car, but my gut (along with my parents' guts), told us that this deal was going to be one of the best, if not the best, deals I would be offered. After quite some time of internal and external debate and weighing of options, I decided it was an offer I could not pass up. I loved the car and had a great proposal in front of me; it was almost a no-brainer to take it. After page after page of signing, the deal was complete and I was very pleased. Everyone at dealership was nice, friendly, and informative. Everyone knows what a stereotypical salesman can be like, but these guys did not give me that impression. They were genuine and helpful. Even after getting late into the night, we were hungry, so Chris generously went and got pizza for us, something I have never seen a salesman do; I know the gesture was simple, but sometimes it's the small things that count. I would honestly recommend Chris (the internet manager) and Stadium Nissa

chrisdrumm

Right Car In Orange When looking for a new car, I had many brands in mind. My original plan was to hit up all the car dealerships I was interested in and test drive the cars to see what drove best. I had been to Toyota the weekend prior with plans to visit Nissan, Hyundai, and Honda the next weekend. I planned to visit Stadium Nissan first and Hyundai and Honda second, only because it made the most sense driving wise. Turns out, I had no need to visit Hyundai and Honda after all. I entered the dealership with my parents with plans to only test drive the Rogue and the Altima. Chris Drumm, our friendly sales consultant, graciously offered to help us when he found out we had not yet been helped. I first test drove the Altima, it was nice, roomy, comfortable, and sleek-looking; it drove nicely with a smooth ride and easy navigation. However, something was still missing for me, I needed to try out the Rogue to compare. One in particular, caught my eye. It was only about a $1,000 difference in price from the Altima I was looking at. It had a larger radio display which I desired, a rear view back up camera, and looked very classy. Chris retrieved the keys so we could take a closer gander and test drive the car. While driving, I fell in love. Coming from driving a small 2-door sports car, I loved the height, steadiness of the the wheel, and safe feeling of a larger crossover. Knowing that I would be soon be driving to Burbank on a weekly basis, I knew that something larger, safer, and more fuel efficient would be necessary. The Rogue was all that and more. Chris took us in to discuss pricing; my plan was to get the prices for reference and peace-out to the next dealership to continue to test drive. After talking and negotiation, Chris and his managers offered me a great deal that was going to be very hard to pass up. I already knew I was in love with the Rogue and felt that I would always have it in the back of my mind when I would go to test drive the other cars. It is hard to jump into things, especially a huge purchase like a car, but my gut (along with my parents' guts), told us that this deal was going to be one of the best, if not the best, deals I would be offered. After quite some time of internal and external debate and weighing of options, I decided it was an offer I could not pass up. I loved the car and had a great proposal in front of me; it was almost a no-brainer to take it. After page after page of signing, the deal was complete and I was very pleased. Everyone at dealership was nice, friendly, and informative. Everyone knows what a stereotypical salesman can be like, but these guys did not give me that impression. They were genuine and helpful. Even after getting late into the night, we were hungry, so Chris generously went and got pizza for us, something I have never seen a salesman do; I know the gesture was simple, but sometimes it's the small things that count. I would honestly recommend Chris (the internet manager) and Stadium Nissa

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