Our Pick - Island Auto Group
Island Auto Group
1580 Hylan Blvd
Staten Island, NY 10305
If you’re in the market for a new or used vehicle, take a look at Island Auto Group’s family of dealerships along Hylan Blvd.
“The group features 13 new vehicle brands including Toyota, Hyundai, Kia, Volkswagen, Subaru, Mazda, Scion, Fiat, Mitsubishi, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram. Along with these new vehicle offerings, Island has an extensive inventory of pre-owned cars, truck, vans, and sport utility vehicles,” says Marcello Sciarrino, one of the partners of Island Auto Group. Island provides the opportunity for people to conveniently test drive and compare vehicles in virtually every price range, all at one location. Island Auto Group’s website makes it simple and convenient for prospective buyers to see which vehicles are available at its dealerships. For many, this is the beginning of a long-term relationship with the company.
Although the company has only been in operation for about a year, it has worked hard to become an involved member of the community. “Island Auto Group and our team members are dedicated to “thinking locally,” says Sciarrino. “This means that we’re committed to contributing to the improvement of the greater community. Since opening in July of 2015, we have been providing ongoing support to Staten Island’s people, hospitals, schools, charities, and community services.”
This approach to community engagement can be found in Island’s showrooms as well. “Island always wants to hear from our customers. We accomplish this by prominently displaying a sign in our various showrooms that contains the contact information for customers to directly communicate with the owners of Island Auto Group,” says Sciarrino. “Additionally, we contact each customer after delivery of his or her vehicle and after each service visit. This individualized vehicle approach ensures our family of owners the best care of their vehicles and can minimize any inconveniences that arise while they own their vehicles. If any problems should arise,” he notes, “Island’s factory-trained technicians pride themselves on ‘fixing it right’ the first time.’”