Car Bazaar is an excellent dealership where pricing and quality are the key.Very nice and helpful staff.Great Car buying experience.
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.
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)
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.
We were in the market for our daughter's first car.They were very professional, the people were very helpful, we ended up with a really nice car for a fair price. It was a very clean office, much better then the other dealers I had been to in this price range.
They're great at help those of us with not so great credit get into good safe cars plus help with maintaining that car for longer safe use
I have purchased multiple vehicles and have not ever had as good of an experience as I have here. Awesome staff, great selection, and very professional. The most seamless car sale you’ll ever experience.
Amazing staff. I was in and out in no time with my new car! No hassle and super friendly enviornment.
Prestman Auto should be avoided at all costs. I have purchased two vehicles from them and almost a third and through these experiences I have found that while they look squeaky clean on the outside, they are selling truly crappy salvage title cars that are worse than poorly repaired, they are potentially dangerous.I bought my first car from them in 2013 (see my 2013 review) Fast forward to 2016 and I decided to give them another chance. I had found two cars that I was interested in on their lot and figured if I bought two at the same time that they would give me a better deal. I was looking at a 2015 Audi S4 and was about to buy it when, after a test drive and in just the right sunlight, I saw a run in the paint! Upon closer inspection I also noticed that the front bumper had not been repaired on the underside and was not attached properly, leaving it misaligned (and because of the damage from the wreck) it could not be aligned. I told the salesman (they are all seem like nice people, but are dishonest as the day is long) that it had a run in the paint. He came out and looked at it and I told him I was a buyer if they would fix the fender and the paint. He checked with Tracy the sales manager (same guy that sold me my 2011 Audi) and Tracy said he would fix it AFTER I bought it! What that told me is that they weren’t going to fix it if I didn’t buy it and would hope that the next guy wouldn’t notice (like when I bought my 2011 S4 from them). Obviously, that put a bad taste in my mouth about that vehicle. I went home and did some research on it and found that it had a very interesting past, which I won’t get into here, but it was enough bad mojo on this thing that I was out. However, I ended up buying a 2015 Lexus IS250F from them a couple of days later. Great looking car. As they were doing the paper work, I ran my hands across the paint (after having found overspray and drips on the two Audis, and sure enough; overspray all over the hood). I immediately went in and told them I was “out” on this car too if they wouldn’t fix it. They reluctantly agreed to do it and I picked up the car a couple of days later. All was good, until…Wife gets in an accident. Body shop calls and says you should see the crappy work they did on the repair down here. Welded stuff and didn’t paint it. Temporary fixes all over the engine box. Broken headlight that should have been replaced during the original restore (not damaged in my wife’s accident). So, I’m disappointed, but the shop ended up fixing everything with the insurance payment and I decided to let it go. Then…A couple of months later we get the dreaded ABS indicator on the dash. Take it into the dealer to find out that the brake actuator should have been replaced after the accident that totaled the vehicle. The dealer report read, “Scanned vehicle and found multiple codes from the brake actuator causing several different attributes of the vehicle to fail, such as the power steering, combination meter, blind spot monitor and several others.” They also showed us that the under dash on the driver’s side was repaired with duct tape rather than being replaced! Instead of doing the right thing or the safe thing, they left the damaged part on the vehicle, putting the future owners lives at risk and putting us in a position to pay a nearly $3700 bill to get the part replaced and the car fully functional and safe again. These guys are scammy. What’s the chance that three cars out of three over the course of three and a half years would all have crappy paint jobs and shoddy repairs? Odds are that the preponderance of their vehicles are not fixed properly but most buyers never figure that out. Stay away from these guys! I know their clean lot and nice looking cars and friendly sales people with their cold bottled water and the lower prices are very enticing, but it’s all a façade. There are reputable places to buy a used car. Prestman is not one.