There are two sides to every story and most of these are totally one sided. There is a lot more to say about sales situations and it is incorrect for anyone to think the staff at Schoepp Motors would 'yell' at any customer for any reason. It is a family owned, professional business with a good reputation in the Madison/Middleton area for over 35 years. I have bought 2 cars from them and my family/friends have dealt with them also. It isn't always peaches 'n cream every time you buy a car because sometimes the circumstances related to money & credit aren't perfect. All I know is that they try very hard to get you a loan for a car that you will be happy driving. They don't yell at anyone or try to make anyone do anything they don't want to do. I would recommend Schoepp Motors to anyone who wants to buy a decent used car that has been tuned-up, cleaned, and wont be a headache to own. They are a big company and definitely respect people and want to keep their reputation positive. **You have to respect the rule of 10's: One person that is unhappy with their purchase will tell 10 people about it - It takes 10 happy customers to tell 1 person they had a great experience. 1% of the customers [that aren't happy] make 75% of the noise (especially ONLINE). People that are disgruntled feel the drive to make everyone know about it (misery loves company), while happy people are just content with themselves - hence the rule of 10's I used to work in trailer/RV sales so I know a little bit about how this works. I just feel bad because they try so hard to help people get cars, and if you just read these reviews you wouldn't know that at all. I rated them 4/5 stars instead of 5/5 stars because they aren't perfect and given the nature of used car sales, credit, & banks you can't expect them to be. If you go to Schoepp to buy a used car you have the best shot at getting a good car, a good deal, and the best possible bank terms available. I don't have perfect credit  and have been shocked at how well they've done to get me a good loan on a car I wanted. Just take all the negative reviews with a grain of salt keeping in mind there are two sides to every story. Be well!
I have had nothing but positive experiences working with the owner of Staves Auto Sales at 648 east Washington ave in Madison Wisc. Steve is professional, down to earth, willing to go above and beyond what most car dealers would do for the little man. The quality if vehicles is beyond what you would find from a USED dealership, no hidden fees, and he is knowledgeable in mechanical issues, pricing for repairs is not only honest, but low cost. He is honest, patient, personable, takes time to listen to what you are looking for in a vehicle, price range, and is willing to go the extra mile for you. Definitely a good businessman. I refer all I know who are in need of a vehicle, whether it be car, truck, suv, minivan..he has upgraded inventory worth checking out!! He also is fairly quick in repairs, oil changes, etc. Good place to get that first care for your teenage driver, or when your car breaks down either repairs or a new/used vehicle. Vehicles are unremarkably clean and in great mechanical working condition, with some extras, such as seat warmers, moon roofs, dvd/cd players, good tires, etc..A Must Ck out dealer if you desire honest, friendly service!
I bought a VW jetta tdi from A to Z autosports. I have put more than 20k miles on it and it has been one of the best vehicles i have owned. My previous car was a a 2012 , and like all cars require maintenance expected or not. I really dont understand why some people who buy cars that is 5 or 10 years old are suprised that they have to fix or replace something that stopped working. I had to do that on my 2012 acura that i bought from the acura dealership. Let alone cars that are 7 or 10 years old with over 100,000 miles. People are quick to jump and blame a dealership anytime something has to be fixed or replaced in a their car. 99% of the time, the parts has to replaced or car needs service, and NO the dealership did not program the part to fail a week or a month after you bought your car. It is part of owning a used car that is 5 or 10 years or older. The guys at A to Z where more than helpful any time i needed help, even a 2 years after i bought my car. Go there and see for yourself. Even if you dont buy a car , and just browse you will see they are laid back and honest.