"Will Lie & Cheat You!"
- Dissatisfied Customer
I went to Gray Daniel Nissan Brandon on Saturday, November 11, 2017 & fell in love with a used 2015 Cadillac CTS on their used car lot. I liked the saleswoman (Nicole ) who helped me. I ask point blank why the previous owners sold the car because it looked so nice. My sales woman said she did not know why let her go ask her sales manager. So she went to ask him and when she came back she said that her sales manager whom I found out later was "Jeff " said an elderly couple traded it in and purchased a $47,000 Murano to help transport their grandchildren. So with that information I decided to purchase the car, if they would put a new set of tires on it because the tires on it was wore out. They agreed to put new tires on the car, but did not have them in stock they had to order them. so I filled out the paperwork paid $6,000 down on the vehicle, & was told to bring the car back on Monday and they would put the new tires on detail the car and explain to me all the different functions on the car. so I left the dealership around 4 p.m. on Saturday and went home drove the car to church on Sunday morning, then I dropped the car at the dealership at 8:30 Monday morning November 13th for them to put the tires. I came back Monday evening around 5 p.m. to pick the car up and also for them to go over the different functions on the car. during the process of them going over the functions on the car and US downloading my phone contacts to the car I see the previous owners contacts and discover that I know who previously own the car. I even till the salespeople that I know several of the contacts in the previous owners phone contacts. so I make a phone call on Tuesday morning ,November 14th, to one of people off of the previous owners contacts. I tell them I think I have bought one of your family members car, that traded it in to Gray-Daniels Nissan of Brandon. she asked me what kind of car. I respond a white 2015 Cadillac CTS. she responds oh no. That was Keeth's car it's no good, you better call him. I call Keeth, the previous owner, he told me how the car had been nothing but trouble since he purchased it new from the Cadillac dealership. he even email me copies of the paperwork where numerous numerous things had been replaced where the car had been worked on with the latest it being in the shop from August 18th to October 31st. with August 31st being the day that he went to Gray-Daniels Nissan and traded it in for a Nissan Altima. Now, Gray-Daniels might not have known all about the problems with the car , but they LIED, about where the car came from. you said Keith and his wife are not an elderly couple ( they are in their twenties). they also did not trade the car in for a $47,000 Murano, they traded for a Nissan Altima. They also don't have grandchildren, because because their children are around 4 and 6 years old. So, today, Tuesday, November 14th, I'll call the dealership starting around 9 a.m. to 2:30 pm trying to talk to someone, because now I'm afraid of the car that I purchased based on the LIE that Gray-Daniels Nissan of Brandon told me, but I am told the general manager is off and the rest of the managers are in a meeting. That's a 5 1/2 hours meeting!!!! finally between 2:30 and 3 p.m, . Jeff, the used car sales manager, calls me. I explained to him what has happened, and he asked me what did I want him to do. I tell him I don't want the car, that I bought based on what they told me, that was a lie, because I am afraid of it. He tells me that Mississippi does not have a cooling off law. He then says that he can get me in something else, and asked how much I paid down on it. I told him 6000, and he responded with that much I might not be upside down in the car that I just bought on Saturday. But how can I feel comfortable dealing with someone that has already lied to me?????? who wants to do business with a dealership that sells cars based on lies of where the cars come from and no integrity???? It seems that I will I have no other choice then to pursue my legal options. I wonder if this is how the owners of the dealership does business or is it just poor management? I would think twice before doing business here if you're looking for honesty!
On Wednesday, November 15, I received a call from Sales Mgr, Mr. Greer, asking me what happen and what could they do to satisfy me, that the GM had read my review that I posted (on Tuesday night, but they deleted) and called him. He stated he read it too, and want to know how they could satisfy me. I told him I was scare of the car now, that I wanted out of it, as if I never purchased it a couple of days ago believing that they were honest with me., & I did not want to lose the $6,000 I paid down on it. He told me to I wouldn't, and we made plans for me to bring the 2015 CTS back to the dealership on this afternoon (Friday, Nov. 17th). So I go back to the dealership this evening to trade the CTS in on a new car , did a test drive on a Altima & Maxamia, and we get to the paperwork, and on the paperwork the GM, Jill, is allowing me $18,888 ( the balance after my $6,000 down payment) for car that I paid $23,450 before tax less then a week ago from them. I asked them where is the $6,000 I don't see it on the paper that they are showing me with the numbers. At first I'm being told that it's there, but when I start questioning where, they can't show me and then they say they can't work a deal with the $6,000 down payment.. So my advice is stay away from Gray Daniel Nissan because they will lie to you and then try to take your hard-earned money! They were outright taking my $6,000!!!!! I guess they thought since I was a woman, I was ignorant. But I'm far from that I deal with P & L's all the time ! have never seen a company in their pursuit to make money treat their customers the way gray Daniel Nissan has treated me! We have several Nissan vehicles in our family but as of today we will never buy another Nissan from them and I will make sure that I tell everyone I come in contact with what happened to me!
Employees Worked With
Mr. Greer, Joe, & GM Jill, Jeff Pearson