I have purchased several vehicles from the car lot and I have never had any issues with any of them doug is a great guy who can get you into a vehicle no matter what your credit score, low down payments and low monthly payments all you really need is proof of income all in all a great car lot I highly recommend it!!!
FRIENDLY AND QUICK THESE GUYS DON'T MESS AROUND.
I'll make it simple,just don't go their they waste your time and waste your money and put you through the ringer for nothing and all their cars are over priced and horrible customer service!!! We can't believe they're still in business!!! I rate this negative stars but it made me rate it one!!! STAY AWAY!!!
Just want to drop a "kudos" for the guys at Jims Motor City, great car, good price, honest experience, would do business again!
I've gone in there recently to purchase a car and had at least half down on the car and met the criteria. Test drove the car and said we'd take it did all the paperwork and a few minutes later a finance guy shows up fudging stuff on our credit reports even worse adding options of the car to the blue book the car didn't even have. This place said job is your credit what a lie. Stay away from this shady dealership.
We purchased a wonderful car and a beautiful garage to park it in at the same time. At Ideal the salesperson Allen was super friendly and very easy going and did not pressure us at all. We would recommend them to anybody that asks.
He states "Your Job Is Your Credit" and that is FALSE! We wasted several hours over at his 2 lots looking at cars test driving etc until we found one. So we go to do the paper work and he asked us for proof of income and residency read over and did some paper work. Then he states that we would need to go to Butte Federal Credit Union in the morning, since now it was after 5 and all banks where closed, to have them check our credit! We did anyways and they only check 1 of the 3 credit unions Experian. We don't have credit so it showed a 0 and guess what... "YOUR JOB IS NOT YOUR CREDIT!" Do not fall into his false advertising.