I have bought two trucks from here. Service is great when I come in to talk about a trade and when I make my payments the girls behind the counter are very friendly and know me by sight. Is one of the highlights of my week to come in and visit with them and the salesmen I know there.
Do not but a car from carmart of sapulpa transmission went out after 5 weeks that put a used transmission in it, and after a week and a half its already roaring again, has a leak by drivers side door,a,c didn't work when I bought it that took it down to fix it and still not working,their saying it needs a compressor they still haven't ordered the part for it. When I try to start the car sometimes it keeps trying to turn over,which is not right, so when I was 3 says behind on payment that report my car,which is a bunch of hogwash.so I wouldn't but a car from sapulpa lot.also when they took the car in to fix transmission some things came up missing from inside my car.
Great guys. have really helped getting me approved for a great truck. Are flexible and willing to help me when others wont.
If you received a flyer in the mail and you scratched off matching symbols saying you won a prize then don't bother, it's deceptive advertising, I'll break it down. In the fine print it says "original number on mail piece must match a randomly selected number to win corresponding prize" So basically you play the lottery and if a randomly selected number matches the one on your flyer then you win the prize, the number is a 6 digit number so the odds of winning is basically 0. So how do they get away with saying if the symbols match then you won one of 5 great prizes? Well that comes in the second qualifying small print ^ "Matching symbols only guarantees you are a prize winner, not a guarantee of what prize you've won" One of the prizes is "up to 1,000 in gold coins" what they do is give each person with a flyer 2 dollars in gold coins, that way they are legal by saying you won one of the prizes. You will spend more in gas to drive there then the 2 dollars in gold coins is worth so save the trip. Not only am I never shopping there for a car, I will tell anyone who says they are going there not to.
They sent out an add in the mail. I thought I had won the 48" television. I get there and notice all of the vehicle's were tagged with Crown Auto World Bristow. I brushed it off first. After I get there, I noticed a money machine with barely any money inside, and instead of an adult participating, they let a child. They didn't tell me about it. The "check" on the front could be used as the down payment. None of the vehicles had prices on them. It went from my husband and I being on the note to needing a co-signer, to it solely being in the co-signer's name. They wanted me to go and pick up the co-signer in the test drive vehicle, which had a crack in the windshield. I came back and returned vehicle, and asked the price, to which I was informed by the salesman that he didn't know. Too many questions and a gut feeling that something was wrong.
They get a 1 star simply because I can't do a review without a star. They are rude as all get out. We hadn't even parked the car before the salesman was approaching our vehicle. While we were getting out of the car he was hovering over us like a swarm of gnats. He kept asking if we were trading our current vehicle, where did we get it, how much were we paying, etc. I had a flyer that showed I won an iPad3 and instead of taking care of that first, and not putting a ding on our credit reports, we HAD to let them run our credit. All for a measly $2 in gold coins and to be told that even with us both on the loan, and yes we have pretty low scores, we had to get a cosigner, and never even asked if we had a down payment or anything. They don't do as they say, and "finance anyone". And they have vehicles that appear clean until you start really looking. Stay away. It's not worth the headaches.
They mail out fliers showing you have won a prize if you have 3 matching symbols in a row. The fliers all show $500 according to the scam artist / salesman. Actual prize given was $2. Photo of the flier available, I figured it was deceptive advertising when I received it.