My Review Of Bianco Auto Sales:
I've come to know about the Bianco dealership through the many, positive reviews of their business. I live in Brooklyn and it isn't easy to find a local dealership that's reputable and whose prices are also reasonable. So I drove the 40 miles to their new Stamford (CT) location, and from there to their New Rochelle location.
Our first trip was to the Stamford, CT location. They just acquired a local dealership and I recommend giving them a ring before you show up as not all cars listed on their site were actually available there.
At the New Rochelle location, Bianco have a serious selection of luxury cars. Most of them are 5+ years old but it's good stock and reasonably priced. We worked with Ed, who wasted no time and showed us a few vehicles that fit the bill. Eventually, the choice fell on a 2001 BMW X5 with less than 60k miles - a very well kept car at a sensible price. Price was firm but Ed and Frankie worked with us to shave a few dollars from fees and insurance. Through them, we also got comprehensive extended warranty for 3 years. We had plenty of time and opportunity to drive the car around before making a choice and we were never rushed. We left the dealership feeling good about the choice.
I don't feel it's fair to give a rating to the car itself after less than a week driving it, though it looks and drives great so far. That said, the team at Bianco deserves an accolade for courtesy, lack of BS, and really going the extra mile. I mean it literally: Frankie promised we'd get the car the next day and they'd spare us the trip back to New Rochelle. So 24 hours later, Ed showed up at our Park Slope door, car shining and papers in hand. Driving 80 miles to save a client the bother to drive to the dealership is something not everyone would do. Bottom line: highly recommended. I assume the car is going to keep up with expectations, and if it doesn't I'll update the review accordingly.
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