Seemed like a decent place to buy a vehicle if your credit is bad. Warranty sounded good but my transmission was going out and they've had it for over a month. To make it worse the manager keeps dodging my phone calls.
Buyer Beware!!!! Told manager was looking to purchase a vehicle for a church family member in dire need that took in special need foster kids, guess he saw sucker all over me... Test start # 1 toyota corolla – dead battery , jumped. Put it in drive - engine shakes bad in drive – BAD, didn’t even driveTest drive #2 kia spectra - dead battery , jumped. Drives “okay” but start noticing oil smell near end of test drive. Pop engine see smoke- found oil leak easily, let dealer know and told ”most vehicles this age and price range will have something wrong w/ them” (2005, 3500$ and 140k miles on this car)(Should have taken the clue and left then)Looked at a few others he could not get a van started and drove a Honda with way too many miles. Purchase car – 96 Acura clean – clean underneath, small suspension issue I can tell but I was willing to deal with this – test drive goes good. Drive it home 50 miles and have suspension work done. First night in the garage there’s a 2.5 inch puddle of oil on the ground. (Underside of car was clean so someone cleaned up it up w/ deception in mind w/ this bad of an oil leak, 50 mile trip coated undercarriage) Take it to the mechanic; engine has to come out to fix the oil leak. Get engine out – water pump has small leak and right camshaft position sensor is bad. Junk yard motor will be less than amount in parts to repair and will have less miles. Horror story from there – tranny springs a leak, has to be fixed, junk yard motor grenades, now replacing motor 2nd time. Meantime - Call dealer let them know of issues – give them a chance to redeem themselves and help out? Maintain a reputable name for themselves- Of course answer is no they claim they only made $250 on the deal…..car bought as-is etc etc …now 45 days and driven car less than 100 miles. Also 2 months to get the title. They had to write a new bill of sale updating the date
J and G auto is the worst place to buy a car from. Never buy car from them. They will lie to you. I paid 1000$ DOWN. I was told if anything went wrong with the vehicle, it would be added to the end of my final payment. I am a widow with a 13 year old son. And I am mentally disabled. J and G motors told me it was the transmission. Fort Gibson tire and wheel diagnosed it as not the transmission. I trust Danny and all at Ft Gibson tire and wheel. J and G motors-not to be trusted.