"Terrible Service. Terrible business practices. Do not go..."
Terrible Service. Terrible business practices. Do not go there. They are misleading with online advertisements for financing. We went in interested on a used vehicle advertised online. We were shown the car, we test drove the car. We knew it was used with increased mileage. We told the salesman Antonio we were interested in financing. We told him our budget as well as the down payment we were able to provide. Antonio asked to run our credit to finance the vehicle and we agreed. He ran both my husbands and mine credit.
He then goes upstairs to speak to the finance manager Steve. Steve comes down and stated the used car were interested in was not financeable due to the increased mileage. He proceeds to tell us that he had good news we were approved for another vehicle that was higher in price way out of our budget. Then Steve proceeds to be very rude and rude condescending to us.
Extremely shady practice. They knew ahead of time that the vehicle we were interested in would not be able to be financed, however they proceeded to run our credit (decreasing our credit score) and never were upfront with us that the vehicle could not and would not be financed. They proceeded to do the switcharoo and offer a much higher priced vehicle.
Do not be fooled. Do not go there.
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"Tom Dodge and rest of the team were amazing. He was..."
Tom Dodge and rest of the team were amazing. He was honest, caring, and very knowledgeable. My husband and i felt at home and very comfortable.
"More head and leg room in a Kicks compared to a Tacoama!"
I traded in my 2012 Toyota Tacoma for a 2019 Nissan Kicks because of 2 very nice and pleasant Maus Nissan service employee Missy and Robert whom I met while they were shopping at my Homosassa Walmart. They suggested I come to their new dealership one day and to see how much head room and leg room a Kicks had compared to my Tacoma. I was tired of having of not having enough room for my thighs and legs in my Tacoma, hardly using my rear-end cab except 2-3 times a year, and for my sister not being able to get into my Tacoma easily without a stool.
I first met Tom Dodge ( Not a former Dodge dealership salesman) who I saw walking by, He came saw me and said I would be surprised how much leg room and head room was in the Kicks. I was thinking like "I don't think so." We took the Kicks out for a ride. Just getting into a 2019 used Kicks was easier than getting into my Tacoma! Tom showed me 2 used KIcks on the front parking lot. I told him that I would think about all of this and come back during the week with my Tacoma.
To make this review shorter, I came back and traded my 2012 Tacoma with approximately 78,000 miles and got $14, 000 (Blue Book value of $17,500) for a 2019 Kicks with approximately 7,700 miles on it with a sticker price of $19, 000. With the taxes, tags, and dealer prep fees, the price difference for my KIcks (and trading in my Tacoma) was around $6,800.