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Thanks Wolf & team!
PS: Wolf, if ever you think of pushing your sales team to lie cheat and be pushy, like many other dealerships, don't! The only reason I didn't immediately return to your dealership is the distance. If I were on the mainland it would not have even crossed my mind to go elsewhere. I paid over $300 in ferry and other costs to come to you! Oh and these reviews count! I checked the reviews of the other horrid dealership I initially went to and they were what helped convinced me I should come to you.
They are so friendly and truly care about their customers and treat you the best possible.
I almost bought one myself.. recommend the Wolf team at Mitsubishi...
Even the business manager (Mike) helped make the numbers better and more than fair. Our original salesman (Jason) was great, prompt, and made sure the vehicle was there before we even discussed numbers.
By far the best car buying experience I've had. Even referred a friend who bought a brand new 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross within the same week. They're also quite satisfied with the customer service they received from this location.
Wolfe Mitsubishi Langley Helps Breakfast Club of CanadaPosted On July 20, 2017
During the month of April, five Lower Mainland Mitsubishi dealerships raised money for Breakfast Club of Canada. Along with a $20,000 dollar check from the dealer association, Wolfe Langley Mitsubishi raised an additional $700 through test drives, and made a donation of $1,000 on top!
The team from Wolfe Langley Mitsubishi visited Shortreed Elementary in Langley, to help serve food and see first-hand where the money went. During the trip to Shortreed Elementary, Wolfe Auto Group served a nutritious morning meal to 35 students in grades Kindergarten to grade 6.
ABOUT BREAKFAST CLUB OF CANADA
Breakfast Club of Canada is a non-profit organization that provides funding, equipment, training and support to school breakfast programs across the country. We are dedicated to making sure every child starts their day with a meal, helping them thrive at school, and in their community. Founded in Quebec in 1994, Breakfast Club of Canada began to fund and support school breakfast programs nationwide in 2005.