first off, I would like to state if your looking for a cookie cutter car buying experience this place isn't for you. you might be better off at a establishment that will hold your hand.
with that being said, if you want a chance to get an amazing deal, say a vehicle sold 30%-50% below kbb value and understand its not going to be a regular dealership experience and are willing to do a little research this is the place to go.
my husband and I recently purchased a 05 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER EXT here and have had no problems at all. yes we had to wait a few extra days for them to deliver the car than originally told but they fixed two components that they easily could of hid and sent me on my way with...my husband is a mechanic and informed me after inspecting the repairs that they were legitimate.
please try to not take these other reviews as a total and whole view as to what this company is. I'm going to write a little guide for anyone who reads this I'm telling you this will save some frustration that some people on here are facing
also, I'm sure many of these negative reviews are people buying 12 year old 2-$3,000$ cars with 125k+miles and pissed it didn't work properly after..
1.) these guys buy a ridiculous amount of cars from auctions, like 100 a week hence the super cheap prices. now when cars are bought at auction they are bought "sight unseen" they don't get to see what's wrong with them before they buy them. if you get in a car and check engine light is on, they'll tell you they'll fix it and they will. they can't let you leave with a check engine light on.
2.)if you can't afford a new BMW,audi,or mercedes don't buy a used one with 150k miles on it.. they have a million parts and any time something goes wrong it needs to go to its respected dealership. and usually costs 10x what it cost to fix an american car..however if your a mechanic with the ability to fix something like this more power too you.
2.) don't buy a used car with 100k+ miles that looked like it could of been a racer or has a turbo they fail it's expensive look up how much it cost to fix a turbo if you don't have double that in your checking account don't buy it.
3.) buy american, cheaper and easier to work on. anyone with youtube and a basic toolkit can work on an american car.
4.)these guys sell cars faster than they can update their website, pick literally 4-6 cars you like the day you're going down. if your looking for ultimate reliability research each of the vehicles online. google: year,make,model, AND THEN REVIEWS OR RELIABILITY you can find much info on these vehicles and take note of which have best reviews and reliability
5.) when you get there ask if these vehicles are available pick the 2 best ,best reviews etc. carfax the vehicles.on your phone and test drive both if both have horrible car fax I recommend checking out another two off the list..
PICK THE ONE WITH THE BEST ONLINE REVIEWS AND BEST CARFAX.
if you can't do a little research online before buying a used car don't run online and post erroneous reviews about how this place did you wrong. THEY DONT KNOW WHAT WAS DONE TO THEM BEFORE ALL THEY NOW IS THEY HAVE IT FOR SALE AND ITS SOME TIMES OVER 50% OFF.
REMEMBER IF YOU NEED YOUR HAND HELD GO ELSEWHERE. THESE PEOPLE PROVIDE AN AWESOME SERVICE IF YOUR WILLING TO DO A LITTLE RESEARCH.
IF YOU READ THIS AND DECIDED YOU WERENT GOING TO PAY RIDICULOUSLY INFLATED PRICES AT A REGULAR DEALERSHIP AND CAN RESEARCH THINGS AND YOU GET AN AMAZING DEAL ***PLEASE POST A POSITIVE REVIEW FOR THESE GUYS***
remember this place caters to people with bad credit (which i have) but with that being said I'm sure they deal with the scurge of the earth here a lot I'm saying the "entitled" you owe me everything type of people, so if you can stay polite with them even if things don't go as planned you will stick out and I'm sure you'll get better service than all of the scrubs.
in closing of you read this and buy a car from them and its a decent experience remember and give them a review. the only people giving reviews are the few chumps who bought stupid.
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