Car Bazaar is an excellent dealership where pricing and quality are the key.Very nice and helpful staff.Great Car buying experience.
Attempted to contact Ken Garff Mitsubishi located at 150 E 500 S. It apparently does not exist. The given phone number directed me to Salt Lake Mitsubishi at 3734 South State Street. Why Ken Garff would post erroneous information is a mystery. It does not inspire confidence in their operation.
I bought my 2007 Chevy Trailblazer last year and I had a very good sales experience. They were upfront and honest and honored in writing the verbal agreements that we discussed. I am a fan of their professionalism and will definitely consider buying from them again.
Best car purchasing experience ever! Dave and Dax worked a trade-in and a purchase for us and they took care of us like we mattered to them. Great customer service! Great follow up with our questions. Never felt pressured and when it came down to what we needed, they worked for us. I’ll buy from them again- for sure.
David at Strong VW is awesome! This was my first time here, fantastic atmosphere! I highly recommend visiting here.
Just finished purchasing our new car at Strong VW in Salt Lake. We worked with Matt, and he was incredibly helpful and patient. I very much appreciated his no pressure approach to car sales. I would definitely contact Matt again in the future if we need another VW. Overall, very happy with the experience at Strong, as everyone was polite and the new showroom was very well done. Would definitely recommend.
Bought a car from them for our daughter, loved the experience, great place to get kids cars, they had a lot of cars in our price range. (2-3000)
Stay as far away from this place as possible. Tom will berate you if things don't work out exactly as he wants them to. He is the epitome of used car salesman. If you ask to take the car to a independent mechanic he will berate you. How dare you want to actually make sure that the car you are about to buy isn't a lemon? Also, be warned that if you communicate with him through text he will likely make derogatory comments towards you. He definitely knows a lot about customer service.
My new favorite car dealership! I tell everyone to come here. Great cars at VERY affordable rates! Great staff too! Very focused on the customer.
Be wary of these crooks.My girlfriend bought her first car from First Class Cars. She said the sales process went ok, and she was fairly happy with her car, until she wrecked. Then we saw what First Class Cars was really like.When she bought the car, they signed her up for insurance through a company that I assume either they own or are in some sort of partnership with. Well she slid off the road in some snow and hit a fairly sturdy traffic sign. The damage wasn't incredible, but due to the low value of the car, it should have been totaled. Her insurance didn't see it that way. They told her that she had to take the car to the auto body shop run by First Class Cars, right there in the parking lot. They gave her no choice. What a joke it became.Her car needed a new front bumper, hood, headlights and radiator. Any decent shop could make these repairs in a day. They had her car for nearly 3 months. Every day she would call in, and they would give her the run around, never ever being up front with her. They'd say the mechanic was out or that they planned on starting it within the next couple days, but they just kept putting it off. In the meantime she was paying $25 a day for a rental while still making payments on her car.When she finally got her car back, it was pathetic. The bumper was hanging limp, and one of the headlights was pointing WAY up. They made no effort to put the car back together right, just the bare minimum that would get it back on the road. And the paint. Ooooh the paint. Within ONE WEEK, the paint on the bumper started peeling. In a month, it was half gone. We literally used a garden hose to remove the rest of the paint from the bumper so that it was just all black instead of half silver.She needed help on her credit score to get into an apartment, but they never once reported her payments to the credit bureau until a month after the car was paid off. And then to top it all off, after she made her last payment on the car, they gave her the run around again before giving her the title to the car a month later.I would love to throw a brick through their office window and slash a few tires, but I'll take the legal approach and tell you about it. If you really must get a car from First (Worst) Class Cars, do not use any of the companies that they refer you to for insurance, loans, etc. They'll screw you bad to make a profit.