I found my current vehicle at first kia and am very happy with them. Our salesman was very friendly and while he is of course there to make as much money as he can, he kept working with us until he met our price. The management was quick and efficient and we were out of the in no time.
They have a great selection of used vehicles to choose from.
The only problem i've had is that I continually get calls from their dealership trying to sell me a new car.
PROS: Friendly, very willing to work with you
All pro is a nice little family owned bike shop that has been around for many, many years. They specialize in Trek bikes and do have a pretty nice selection.
They offer lifetime tune-ups when you purchase a bike through them and will also give you a percentage off when you buy any accessories.
They aren't in the best of locations so you really do need to know that they're there.
PROS: Helpful, great service
CONS: Hidden store, limited parking
The T.O. best buy is the only one that I will shop at any longer. The salespeople here are actually friendly, polite and helpful where it seems most stores the employees are very cranky when you ask them anything.
They are helpful with returns where as most will hassle you for any type of return.
PROS: Helpful and friendly
CONS: Parking is difficult, it's in a very crowded center
Wilshire has grown leaps and bounds over the last few years. Their showroom is stocked with the latest and greatest plasma, lcd and all types of televisions as well as full home theater equipment.
The sales crew is about the most knowledgeable you will find anywhere, they truly know the products that they are selling and have always been helpful.
Wilshire is one of those stores that is usually more expensive than others but as mentioned above, the professional knowledge you receive from them is well worth the extra few dollars.
PROS: Incredibly knowledgeable sales crew
We've all been in a spot where we were working on a project and had to run out to by a connector, adapter, plug etc... This radio shack store on erringer is one of the few Radio Shack's i've found that seems to always have what I need. There is another store about a mile from me which is much closer but they just don't keep up with their stock.
PROS: Well stocked
CONS: Sometimes overly aggressive salespeople
Poor los robles. It really has potential to be a great public course, unfortunately it is poorly maintained. The fairways are often dried up and brown while the greens are hard, bumpy and do not putt true.
There are quite a few trees at los robles but it's another course that you can be a little wild and still get away with par.
PROS: Fair course
CONS: poor condition
Wood Ranch is now a semi-private (they were fully private not too long ago) country club and is one of the most beautiful around.
The Senior tour used to play at wood ranch up through about 1990 but the course was too difficult for them when they would let the rough grow out to nasty lengths.
The course itself is immaculate. The greens are fast but putt very true. There are a few lakes and not much at all in the way of trees. If you can keep it in the fairway you'll do just fine but if you're not driving well, the course can eat you up.
Amazong clubhouse, great driving range.
PROS: Beautiful, a great challenge
CONS: The rough can be unbearable
Camarillo springs is another fairly fun, fair course. There is a good amount of water and while the course is not too long at all, you can pretty much be guaranteed to be fighting the wind during your round. It is up on the way towards the ocean and the winds are there pretty much daily and can really wreak havoc on a few holes when it is blowing.
The course is adjacent to the 101 freeway at the bottom of the camarillo grade and is subject to excess freeway noise as well.
Unfortunately they've had to chut the course down a few times in the last few years due to flooding from heavy rains.
American golf has raised the prices at camarillo springs. It is a good course to play but is no longer what I would consider affordable.
PROS: Good variety of holes
Westlake is for the most part a fun little course. It isn't your normal full length course at par 67. There isn't much as far as trouble and it is pretty wide open granted there are quite a few trees that can cause trouble but you can spray the ball all over the place and still be ok.
Unfortunately parts of the course run along the freeway so excess noise is part of the round. The upkeep on the course seems to vary quite a bit. It's normally in good condition but seems to go from good to poor overnight on occasion.
Overall not a bad course but there are many better in the area.
PROS: Fun, wide open
CONS: Freeway noise,
Tierra Rejada is one of those courses that is best to take a cart to play. There are a tremendous amount of hills throughout the course which makes it stand out but to walk it would detrement your game.
There are some off the wall holes that require shots you wouldn't normally expect, driving over barankas onto very small fairways, shots that are completely uphill and blind from the fairway, it is definitely a unique course in the area.
It is very well maintained even after the fires had ravaged it a few years back. There is a nice driving range and plenty of parking. Prices are reasonable
PROS: They offer yearly unlimited packages that are very fairly priced
CONS: Very tough to walk