Kuni Honda must have had drastic change over the last review in 2014 because Rahul in service has been great to work with. Rahul has got the job done for me in a timely manner and has kept me informed when I ask him to update me on concerns I have with my vehicle. I take my Honda Accord and my Volvo XC90 into Kuni Honda because of Rahul. Thank you and don’t change what you’re doing now because it works for me.
4411 S Santa Fe DriveEnglewood, CO 80110
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7939 E Arapahoe Rd Ste 100Greenwood Village, CO 80112
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I have always disliked going to a dealership to shop for a new car because you always have those annoying pushy car salesmans down your back! My exp…
I purchased a 2006 Toyota Tundra in Jan 2013. According to dealer, a 100 point inspection had been done, spark plugs replaced, oil change, etc. After driving 400 miles the truck would not maintain speed in excess of 35mph. I made it to a shop in Utah on I-15 where it was identified that low grade plugs were used which in turn clogged the catalytic converters. Read any tundra blog, you will see this is possible. After changing the plugs, I had to cut out the catalytic converters in order to drive to my home in CA. Travis did re-imburse me for the spark plugs and did purchase one cat for me to install, probably came out of pockey max $500. One week after being in CA, the truck began to smoke like a freight train. Went back to the shop where it was discovered the the engine was covered in sludge apparently because the truck had not been maintained. The 100 point inspection must be questioned because of the spark plug issue, air filter appeared to never have been changed, the oil plug was just finger tight and was leaking as was the rear differential. Now, two shops have told me that it is not cost effective to clean the engine, the best thing is to put a new one in. But thankfully, I bought the truck with a 3000 mile warranty that will cover $2500! :) But wait, now the warranty co is saying that it doesn't cover "pre-existing conditions", what a surprise! They say that this could not have just happened because I have only driven the vechicle 1500 miles. So I guess the only way for something to go wrong with the engine is if it is driven more than 3000 and thus out of warranty! So, here I am seeing what's next. This is my experience with EPIC AUTOS, guess I just got the bad apple.
I personally worked with the owner, David Reed, of this facility CCR Auto, in my five-month business dealing with Reed I was never shown not one car, he ran my credit after I picked the car I wanted and I never received or saw any car, not even a picture. He is horrible when it comes to getting into contact with and went on vacation before selling, let alone buying the car for me about two weeks ago. He is a scammer please do not by your car here the only thing I learned from this was a lesson, not every body has your best interest and not everybody is your friend like they say. Your going to be wasting your time I wish someone wrote a review like this so I could see it and avoid him at all cost.
Would not recommend buying a car from this dealership. For the amount of time and the amount of money that it takes to buy a car, you would think that the dealership could manage small details like spelling your name and address correctly on the paperwork they submit on your behalf to financial institutions and the DMV. Nope! Not at this dealership. The address change was easy enough to fix, but I'm currently making car payments under an incorrectly spelled last name and don't know how I'm going to register the car at the DMV since I don't have proof of ID for the incorrect name this dealership submitted. Huge, huge pain in the butt, and the dealership has done nothing to remedy the situation except harass me with a sales call and ignore all of my attempts to get a status update on them fixing my name that THEY messed up.Absolutely recommend going somewhere else! This dealership doesn't seem to care about customer service at all and has made this whole car buying process extremely painful.
Bought my first vehicle here and all I can say is thank you guys for being amazing! The processing was easy and the entire process is almost perfect!
They stole $600 from me and tried selling me a 2002 lexus that had issues. Scammers! Liars! Do not go here. Please!!! Their cars look okay on the outside but do not function. Only had the car in my possession 2 days & they charged me $109 for 6 days. Filed a complaint with the BBB & am in the works of getting this public & spreading the word!
Excellent small business! I dealt directly with Travis (owner) and he was amazingly attentive to my needs. He let me bring my inspector along and test the heck out of the vehicle prior to purchase. He event sent me a missing clip for one connector days after the purchase. Anyone on the market for a Toyota truck or SUV needs to do themselves a favor and check out Epic Autos. Good job, Travis!!
These people literally stole my car. I don't write reviews but feel obligated to protect others. I bought a car. Mario promised to take care of any issues. I was asked to provide a good review of the business by three staff members and Mario to offset some really bad reviews. I was afraid they wouldn't fix my car so I gave them a 5 star review. I then asked if I could trade the car for another that would be safer to drive cross country. Mario said he would love to have the car back and that they would let me trade it. I came into the dealership. Mario asked for my paperwork for the first cash transaction to process the trade. I selected another vehicle. I had personally invested another $1,000 in tires and repairs of my first purchase I drove for over a week. At the last minute he informed me that the owner would not take the car back in trade. Mario told me that he would sell my car for me and had two people from the original ad still wanting the car. I needed to sell it so I could leave in time to spend Christmas with my family and relocate. He asked me to leave my car and keys with the dealership so he could sell the car for me. I purchased the second vehicle and had now given this dealership two sales and a great deal of cash as well as a 5 star review they asked me to provide. When I expressed concern that I was leaving and they still had my car, Mario became abusive and threatened to abandon my car and leave the keys in it. He told me I was a fool to trust leaving my car with him without a consignment agreement. I have this communication in writing. For days I have tried to reach Mario and Edgar the finance manager on their personal cell phones as well as the dealership and the owner by phone and email. There is no response. The police drove by the lot and no one is to be found. They relisted my car for sale by the dealership to sell it a second time. When Mario asked for the original paperwork on the first car I purchased so he could process the trade for a second vehicle, Edgar gave me back two packets for the same car, the second car, making me think he was returning the paperwork on my first purchase. They have my cash, my car and the title they never provided me. Can they get by with this? Of course not. I have daily communications and receipts proving I had ownership of the car and communications from Mario proving this. I even have an uncashed check for "change for cash purchase" of the vehicle. But the dealership is holding my vehicle hostage. I am going to miss Christmas with my family. This is a nightmare. I purchased two vehicles and gave these people a great deal of cash in a week as well as giving them a 5 star review they demanded. This is the way they treat customers. I have since retrieved this review and they are holding my car hostage. Take heed of the bad reviews and understand that they solicit and force good reviews, holding taking care of problems with vehicles they sell over customers. It is not worth the risk. No legitimate business could do this or could put a customer through this stress. They also say that they are obligated to protect your personal information and confidentiality. I would not trust this either.All I want is the car I bought and the title I was promised. I am not seeking a refund or for them to fix the vehicle as promised. I just want my property returned so I can try to recoup something for it.
My experience at Maximum Auto Search started off great. They had the specific car I was looking for and the price seemed to be somewhat reasonable. I filled out the contact form on their website and was quickly contacted by Adam and we agreed on a time to go on a test drive. There was really no pressure from Adam to buy the car and I spent a couple weeks evaluating other options and even went for another test drive with Adam. After that, I asked to take the car for a private inspection (a must for any used car), which was an easy process with them; all I had to do was sign a form and was able to take it for a couple of hours. The inspection came back clean (other than needing scheduled service) and I negotiated the price with Cliff (the sales manager) accordingly. They weren’t willing to come down on the price very much, but when I told them I was leaving, they agreed to come up significantly on my trade in (which needed a lot of work). I had previously lined up my financing, so I thought purchasing the car would be a quick process. Working with their finance people was terrible. It literally took me a half of a day to get the car purchased. They had no clue about how to do outside financing; they said they were able to work directly with Westerra Credit Union, which they then found out they were not able to do. This resulted in me having to drive to a Westerra branch to get the letter of credit. Once I got the letter of credit back to them, they claimed that they didn’t know what to do with it (it had pretty clear instructions for them on how to get the money on the letter). They also claimed that they could beat Westerra’s rate, but after running my credit, they said they were not able to beat it (I should have known better - now I have another credit inquiry).Once everything was signed, they gave me the key (yes - one key!). In addition to only having one key, the key they gave me was broken and held together with a rubber band. When test driving the car I noticed the rubber band, but I figured it was from their key storage system or something like that. After complaining that I had just purchased a very expensive car (~$46,000) which only had one key, and a broken key at that, I was told by Cliff that Max (the owner of Maximum Auto Search) knew the previous owner and was going to get the other key from him. Replacement Mercedes keys are very expensive and if I had know I would have getting ½ of a key, I would had pushed harder on the price or just walked away from the deal before signing.I’ve now had the car for about 4 weeks and Adam has stopped responding to my inquiries about the key. Up until this week he said they were in the process of getting it and he was going to get it for me. Now he’s unresponsive.
Great salesperson Brandon Smith , still helping us out .doing his job far and beyond .............................................