They do not stand behind what they sale! We will never purchase another vehicle from this place. Please go elsewhere so you’re not a victim too!
600 Pleasant Grove RdMount Juliet, TN 37122
From Business: Premier Automotive is an automobile dealership that features a variety of new and pre-owned vehicles. It deals in a range of convertibles, coupes, vans, sedans an…
There is not a single good thing about this place. Do not buy a car from these crooks. They buy all of their cars from auctions which are bad vehicles the bigger dealerships don't want to mess with. I bought a $9,000 car from them only to have to turn around & pay $2,600 in repairs.
The service we had from Daniel was great. My wife and I had a rather unpleasant experience at a lower middle Tennessee dealer last weekend. Wholesale Inc. was the polar opposite of that dealership. I never had any trust issues with Daniel and I commend his professionalism. My nine year old son said the dealership reminded him of a luxury hotel. Our credit union sent the wrong figures so we a delay. They bought us lunch. I highly recommend Wholesale Inc. because of their service and inventory.
Couldn't ask to be treated any better. Very friendly and courteous, very honest about the car I bought. Very good people to deal with
called about a corvette they had......talked to jody on phone and when I drove up there car was what they said it was.....was treated nice and easy to talk to....bought the 02 corvette.....and I am real happy with it......I had one just like it about 12 years ago and wanted another one....very happy and would tell anyone to see them if they needed a car or truck
I called and gave a description of the car that I was looking for , a week later the car was on their lot and was in the price range I wanted. Thanks for finding my Nisssan Armada and for fixing the minor repair that it needed. This is my second used car purchase rom Mt. juliet Motors and I couldn’t be happier.
They have fixed all my vehicles and done a great job on every thing I wanted fixed. Thank you Jody
So within 24 hours, the vehicle my girlfriend purchased, the check engine light came on. How ironic. We were skeptical of other dealers and got the run a round. We thought this car was in Ok shape, and the young woman who works there was nice. We have however had nothing but trouble from this vehicle. The owner takes a shot in the dark at what it could be and attempted to fix the problem, unfortunately with no luck. After he rolled the dice on what the issue was, we said forget it. We've had nothing but problems out of this vehicle and it has become a money pit. Considering she paid top value for this car, I would have expected the mechanical issues to be addressed before the car was put on the lot. Coincidentally, we got a check engine light within 24 hours and it has been a nightmare ever since. My advice would be to stick with mainstream dealerships as all of these small places only have 1 agenda...to sell you a car. It doesn't go past that. You save more money in the long run by investing in quality which this place doesn't put as a priority.
Bought 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan from Nashville Auto Group 10.25.2013. Paid Kelly Blue Book recommended price for model in very good to excellent condition (paid cash). Saleslady made verbal promise that car had undergone thorough testing & was mechanically fit for my purpose during sales pitch. She stated that she would "stand by" her word. I had a witness with me. Car is defective. Multiple mechanic reports state $4500-$7000 work required for major engine issue, leaks & more. Mechanics informed me that the issues were present at time of my purchase, as previous attempts to fix the issues are evident. This is documented in my Dodge specialist mechanic report. I was not informed about 'as is' clause in my sale contract until point of sale. I was not offered a formal warranty of any sort, however was assured car was mechanically sound. Check engine light came on after purchase & Valvoline service center informed me that multiple leaks were the cause of the oil/coolant levels requiring frequent attention. I spent past weeks gathering mechanic reports & only recently discovered the full extent of the issues. I returned to Nashville Auto Group & informed them asking if we could work something out given the good faith arrangement leading up to the sale. Original saleslady had the day off. I met with owners. They claimed the sales rep never would have made those statements. He did however proceed to claim the car was sold to me in mechanically sound form & that these were simply maintenance issues that had occurred during my short ownership. He asked if I purchased a formal warranty. I told him I was not offered one (he was present when my payment transaction took place & did not offer me one). He refused to reach a solution & advised me to sell van to someone else before it breaks down completely (currently rapidly burning oil / coolant leaking / car running rough & lagging). Mechanics have advised me not to drive vehicle at all. Salesperson's promises most certainly influenced my car buying decision. I am also unfamiliar with TN laws being foreign.
I previously wrote a great review for this company because I was very pleased with the service and the vehicle we found. I am changing it now to warn consumers about this place. My husband and I purchased a truck from here and learned that the entire bottom (brake lines and several parts) is completely rusted out. I asked them about replacing the vehicle with something safe of the same value, and they have given me the run around for over a month. Buyers beware! We signed an arbitration agreement, so I guess we will be going to arbitration to resolve this.