My Review Of Autosport Honda:
In addition to my original post below.. When we purchased the car, our insurance company was closed. We were told by Brian, "since you're trading in a car, the coverage carries over, the car is covered." I asked him to put that in writing, he said NO, asked if Autosport would cover cover the car if my ins did not, again NO. but repeated the "since you're trading in a car, the coverage carries over, the car is covered." multiple times. Attempted to add the car online, we got a transaction pending web page. So I call this morning, 7/7 speak to an insurance rep. At end of call she says, "The car is covered as of this call". I ask about the above statement, she says NO, it wasn't covered, "I don't know why dealers tell people that." Thank God we didn't hurt someone or total an UN INSURED car. Thanks Brian.
-- initial review
After test driving two other cars Saturday 7/5, we decided to look at the 2014 CRV. The receptionist set us up with Brian. He was about the least personable sales person of any type I've encountered. Even trying to make small talk on the test drive, Brian had nothing to say. I thought sales people were more personable than that. Ok, no big deal, I'm there to buy a car, not find a new buddy. But, we test drove and worked a deal on one car, when we're doing the final paperwork, the finance guy gets out a copy of the window sticker and it's for a DIFFERENT car with a LOWER sticker price, pretty slimy. When I threatened to take back my deposit check and walk, they did make it right and lower the pirce by the difference of the window sticker. That's the only reason I still recommend Autosport. I'd suggest not using Brian if you visit Autosport.
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