My Review Of Williams Toyota Scion:
I went to Williams’s auto because they offered a good car at a good price for my daughter. My experience with the dealing was not so good. I had to travel almost a hour to get there, so I call to confirm the car I was interested in was still available. I was told the car was available, so I asked if they could hold it till I got just so I didn’t travel the distance to get there and the car be sold. I was told they can’t, ok I understand. When we got there the car was setting off to the side with a sold sign tag on the mirror, ok. We went inside to see the salesman I talked with on the phone and asked about the sold sign, the reply was, the car is sold but is not, someone else want the car and was coming back but didn’t put money down on it so it was still available. So in other words they kind of held it but I was told they don’t do that. We test drove it and my daughter loved it so we went inside to talk numbers. We decided on a payment she was comfortable with. This being the first loan for her I knew that I would need to be a co-signer. They ran a credit check, and told me it might be difficult because of my daughter’s low credit score. A credit application was submitted to the banks, while we where waiting we were told the other people looking at the car was on the way there to buy it. I wanted to leave and go to my bank but was told if we left they couldn’t hold the car for us. Later on they came back, our loan was approved. A that time I knew I must contact my auto insurance. While on the phone with my ins co they came back with some other information to tell us, telling my daughter, I had no clue what they said. The ins co needed to fax information I need , while waiting for that they came to me and said, the other people are here and we must decide right then and there if we wanted the car if not they are selling to the other people. So we committed to the sale. Finally after about 3 hours our paper work was finished, we just wanted to get it done and go home so we signed the papers that were handed to us. The next day after I had a chance to look over the paper work I noticed they added in a vehicle service agreement for a fee of $1390, to my knowledge I was never offered it they just added it. So in a nut shell if you go to William’s auto group to buy a car, make sure you see all the numbers, read everything before you sign, and make sure everything is explained clearly to you.
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