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Steve Black should be commended. - Kimo Horton
I, had emailed Steve about what I wanted to do.
When got to Kerrville, Steve had the vehicles I was interested in ready to view. After looking and driving one I purchased it that day. An F-150. Thanks again Steve.
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This is the best car buying experience I have had in my 40 years of driving. I would not hesitate to recommend Crenwelge. I will be back when the time comes. Thank you Juanita, Mel and Werner.
Easy as 1,2,..perfect car!! - Animaltech
This was my second time purchasing from enterprise. It was just as easy and stress free as the first. Ray was amazing to work with! He was extremely diligent about finding me the exact car I wanted. I will never buy a car from any where else.
No wasted time or price haggling. - ancn
We settled on a price for the vehicle and my trade-in quickly. From there the process was very efficient and I was on my way. The vehicle was cleaned and ready for me before we finished the paperwork and everyone I dealt with was personable and courteous. Best car buying experience I've hade in a very long time.
Liar! - dew.man
Bait and Switch - sspikes78
Thankfully I didn't buy from Robert's Auto Sales. First off I would like to point out the prices they list for vehicles on their website is their "cash" price. Does it say this -anywhere- on the website? Nope. And they -freely- admit that.
I went in looking at a 2005 Mazada Tribute. It had low mileage and from the images online looked to be in decent condition. It was listed at 8,500$. It was in my price range and something I knew I could finance. Now, that being said, I knew I had -bad- credit, so I was not shocked at the 20% APR. I did however have a 3000$ down payment.
What I WAS shocked at was them telling me they have a "two program system", and now the 8500$ dollar car was now 11,500$. Which oddly enough was a direct mark up amount for the 3000$ I was putting down on the car. Weird that there was that difference which had me paying the -full- website listed price.
Secondly the car on the website, which looks as if the pictures where taken -in house- is -not- what the car looked like in the lot. It had incredible wear and tear in the interior, a cigarette
burn hole in the front passenger seat, as well as a tear in the back seat! In several spots the paint was worn completely off console instruments, revealing the black hard plastic under neath.
Their line is: "We will do what it takes to earn your business! Come see why we are the fastest growing dealership in the Hill Country!"
Except give you the price listed on the website for the vehicle, even though it says our price right above the dollar amount. Nothing about it being our "cash" price.
This is a complete bait and switch situation. They get people into their lot, with false advertising, showing you online the cars that -seem- affordable. So when you get in there, needing a vehicle, they have you in the hot seat and you almost feel obligated to buy because you may have bad credit.
Well I have bad credit, and I am not willing to make it WORSE with a shady company. AVOID AT ALL COSTS. Now days most dealerships will work with you, even with terrible credit.
TL;DR: Scammy Place, False Advertising, Bait and Switch