I needed a cheap car fast. They have cheap cars. I foolishly ignored a big red flag - my mechanic found that they tried to hide an intake manifold gasket that needed to be replaced by cleaning evidence of the leak. Then they wouldn't fix it unless I agreed to purchase the car, leaving the disrepair for the potential next buyer.Another issue was the registration. My current car's registration was expiring. I asked the salesman Mitch if the renewal was part of the sale/transfer. He said it was, and I threw out the renewal notice in his trashcan as he sat there. A few months later my son, who borrowed my car, got pulled over for an expired registration. What?!? I paid the $139 fine and emailed Mitch who refused to admit he made a mistake. I texted the owner who also refuses to accept responsibility for his salesman's error.
horrible people. rude and disgusting. buyer beware owner is a sociopathetic manipulator and needs to be committed
My dealings with Rick have show him to be, in my opinion, to be a con man. Rick, whom i believe, knowing sold me a 2012 ford fiesta with major transmission problems, and other mechanical issues. Ford sent prior letters out about these mechanical defects. It seems every whom ownes a ford feista is in court trying to get Ford to fix the defects or give buyers their money back, who are experincing the same or similar problems with the vehicle. No wonder why this car has only 62,000 miles on it. Its not drivable. I've had to get this vehicle serviced at lest 5 times since I've purchased it. That could have put myself and my children in DANGER.
Willing to negotiate. They werent pushy and let us take a test drive without coming with us. Very fair pricing.
They were all friendly and cooperative and great with pricing. Definitely knew what they were talking about and had great integrity!
Amazing service and sales teams! I bought both vehicles there and will only get them serviced there!
If I could give negative stars I would, giving 1 star is VERY generous. I bought a truck from these people and the ad said the truck ran perfectly fine. I took it for a quick test drive and it seemed ok. Later that day the universal joint breaks and leaves me sitting on the road. After further inspection, they practically fixed the u-joint just enough that it would get me off the lot. I later find out that the truck has about 10 major things wrong with it. These people are scum and crooked thieves.
This people are rude ,liars , and very unprofessional. I took my caer there to get work done. The owner was kept on changing the price after he quoted me the first quote. They had my car there for over 3 weeks for a repair job that was only a 4 hour repair job. They kept on telling to replace parts after parts which didn't need to be replaced , only lying to me trying to rip me off which is a scam. The mechanic didn't do the repairs right at all. I got the car back with broken part and a dead battery and tires low on air.
This business lied in advertisements and endangered my life.I saw an ad for a car for sale by owner. The business is a dealer. Lie #1 is a just a little one.The ad claimed that the car ran well, but the seller informed me that it would need a replacement in the near future. Claiming the car ran well was a bit bigger of a lie, and a dangerous one because shortly into the test drive as soon as I got out of the parking lot and onto a road, the vehicle stopped accelerating and refused to shift. This could have placed me in real danger if traffic had been heavier.Skievy people. Do not trust.
WARNING! Do NOT do business here! I called last evening, made appt to drive an SUV today at 2:00. I got 1:46 "looking forward to business w/you" email from dealer. I got there on time. I spoke with saleswoman about what I want and looked at it. I found a few minor issues, but no deal breakers, so I asked to take it for a drive. She mentioned that I sure did my research. She left to find keys & returned with new salesman and said he'll be taking care of me, because she had clients. He told me that the car was just sold. REALLY? How can I receive an email at 1:46, show up at 2:00, and the SUV be sold? It's no coincidence that it's been sitting on their lot for almost a month, but someone comes in at the exact same time I did to buy that particular vehicle. Yea right! So they probably lied so they can sell it to someone that will pay full price instead of haggle. Please spread the word.