On 3/4/2012 12:50:18 AM Srfergrl66 wrote:
We went looking for a used car or possibly a new car for my daughter who recently graduated from college and starting a new job. We were greeted by a salesman and we told him we were just looking. He said ok and didn't persist. We noticed that the new cars had a 4,400 dealer markup. Every new car had a mark up from the msrp. We then went to look at their used cars. None of them had a price on them. When my husband asked why that was so, the salesperson said that nobody puts the price of the car on the window. My husband pointed out that the dealer next to them does. The only thing the guy said was that Kia doesnt.
This place is sketchy. Buyer beware. We left and purchased a car next door where the salesman was way more trustworthy!
On 11/26/2011 3:48:36 AM wiserbuyer wrote:
The sales manager at Aloha Kia Nimitz, Andrew Seinfeld, sold a used 2011 Kia Sedona van to me as 'LIKE NEW’ over the Internet.
To my shock and disappointment, the Sedona arrived with a nasty scrape on the front bumper and small dents on the side. Owner's manual, warranty info, antenna, floor mats, second key, etc. were all MISSING. None of these things were disclosed prior to the sale. Van was unethically misrepresented.
Buyers should also be aware of Aloha Kia's SNEAKY BILLING TACTICS. A shady item for $295 was added to my final bill under the guise of 'Aloha Theft Deterrent.' Its not a 'deterrent' at all - its a kind of bogus insurance in case vehicle is stolen. I was NOT asked if I wanted this silly warranty. It just appeared on my bill.
I found the Aloha Kia Nimitz sales department to have VERY POOR ETHICS. Please be on guard if doing business with them.