Staff was helpful and went out of their way to do whatever they needed for me...GREAT EXPERIENCE!
I found the car on Cars.com, went to the dealers website and inquired about the car via email. The person replied and quoted a price above the price
listed on Cars.com and their own website. Their excuse was they were "just offered" a higher price for it. Well, whomever offered more than asking can't be too smart either. I always try to make my make-believe people smarter than me, but I guess that's just me.
Showed up expecting what was talked about in text messages and e-mails..It was when I arrived I realized that my time was not as valuable to them as
it was to me. Asked for the person I had been talking with all week, this person had my information, knew the deal we had discussed, said I know that me and my Manager can help you just come in and let us, SO I DID..... Well folks here is what really happened.... I arrived at the dealership Late in the Evening because I work long hours every day, the person I had been talking to supposedly was waiting for me, Well Callie Preston was not there had already left for the day!!!! so I was handed down to 3 different Sales persons!!!! and since I wouldn't get a co-signer it was here is your key get out...... I have bought 2 Vehicles from DAVID STANLEY, I don't know what has happened with this dealership, and I know they don't need or want my business that was very obvious!!!! I AM a 100% DISABLED VETERAN, Work hard make decent $$$, It just aggravates me to think that they do this to folks on a regular basis.......... MORE REVIEWS TO COME.
We were looking at other dealerships, couldn't find anything good and finally ended up at this David Stanley. The service was incredible, the people -
friendly, and the experience in selecting a vehicle was fun and extremely friendly. I would totally recommend friends and family to this dealership! xxxxx to Daniel Lowery and Brandon Wolff.
Worst buying experience ever only cared about money not taking care of customer had 3 salespeople 2 finance managers and 2 sales managers involved de
aler had listed car for 22950 on cars com and i agreed to pay that price then a manager justin called and said the internet price on cars.com and dealer website was wrong and now car is not 22950 but 26950 4000.00 price increase manager told me that used car director says car has a 18000.00 wheelchair ramp conversion so you getting good deal bs i called the ramp company ramp was no more than 6500 and i asked for papers to prove 18000 conversion refuse to give me car did not even have a owners manual yet any papers of ramp and i still agreed i said i will pay cash manager said ok 500.00 doc fee no one in entire us does some1 charge 500 bucks doc fee max i ever payed was 200 i said if i finance i want to finance 28k because i can roll in taxes car is registered in texas credit score 700 was told by finance manager matt 4.99 rate 72 mon i said ok and he said we getting papers ready come and sign i came from houston tx 450 miles away then justin called me n said interest is not 4.99 its 7.84 percent for a 2017 dodge van 700 plus credit score 7.84 thats not the worse part he said bank wont finance 28k car not worth that amount to finance so he tells me i will drop price of car to 23999 and NO MATTER U WANT OR DONT WANT U HAVE TO BUY A 4500.00 WARRANTY so now i cant roll in taxes i have to pay out of my pocket how can a number go from 26999 to 3k less in 5 min because warranty is no more than 1000.00 and they sold me 4500 and gap 600 bucks i said ok if bank approve 23999 i finance tht only nothing else justin tells me no U HAVE TO BUY WARRANTY OR HE WONT SELL ME CAR RIPOFF CROOKS BE VERY CAREFUL A CAR I STARTED AT 22950 END ME 30K AFTER TAXES AND I SAID IF I PAY CASH ITS 23999 RIGHT HE TELLS ME NO ITS 26999 SO THEY PLAYED GAMES WHOLE TIME THEY TOOK ADVANTAGE OF HURRICANE HARVEY VICTUMS MY VAN FLOODED AND NEEDED A WHEELCHAIR VAN THEY HAD ONE I GAVE DEPOSIT 500 AND THIS CROOK DEALER WANTED TO KEEP THAT AS WELL AND THEY SAUID NON REFUNDABLE WELL IF U COMING OUT OF STATE OR OUT OF TOWN DEPOSIT SHOULD BE REFUNDABLE BECAUSE IF THEY DO FRAUD SO U GET YR MONEY BACK EVERY DEALER I DEALT WITH IN TEXAS OKLAHOMA ALABAMA DID REFUND DEPOSIT IF I NOT LIKE CAR RIPOFF RIPOFF I KNOW FOR A FACT THEY RIPPED ME OFF ON PRICE OVER 5K AND IN FINANCE OVER 8K I DRIVE 450 MILES TO BUY CAR NOT EVEN A COURTESY FULL TANK AFTER CRACKING SKULL OPEN NO MANAGER CAME TO GREET ME OR NO 1 THANKED ME FOR BUSINESS THEY CALL THEMSELVES #1 DODGE DEALER IN OKLAHOMA THEY ARE #1 CROOKS Shawn Khan 832 287 0095
They lie over phone just to get you there when you come in it's a different ball game. They say top dollar for your trade there's another lie! They ad
vertise all what you want to here on the radio but you get there they act lost like they don't know about there own advertising! They are a joke big time rip offs I don't recommend anyone to go there!!!! Managers there need to learn how to manage as well!! David Stanley Dodge MWC not ford!!!
The team was definitely helpful! They helped me into my dream car. The understood what I wanted and they helped me get there. They helped me get the b
est deals and the most affordable payments. Above all the staff were very nice and attentive. I definitely recommend this dealership! I will buy again from them!
Highly recommend these guys they won???t stop til they get you in the car you want with payments affordable to you. Super friendly and helpful.
I gave it for Star because the we were there for four to five hours but it was satisfaction I got what I wanted thanks Mr. Daniel for the nice car you
have sold us
I went to David Stanley after seeing an add saying they could help people who are upside down in their current vehicles. A very long story short they
told me they could not help me but what they could do was offer me some advice: take advantage of something called 'voluntary surrender' and let the current lien holder just write-off my old account. Before doing this though they told me to go ahead and purchase one of their new vehicles at an awful 17.25% interest rate. I thought that was my best option; return the vehicle, let the lien holder write it off and get into another vehicle in which I was not upside down. There is no such thing as a voluntary surrender. I was told only after signing all the paperwork that this was the case and that Nissan, the current lien holder, was going to auction off my vehicle and come after me for the remaining balance. So, the current situation that they have led me to believe is a far cry from the truth. No, the lien holder won't just write-off my account. No, I will still indeed owe the balance after auction. Plain and simple, I was lied to in order to get put into a brand new vehicle with an awful interest rate. I would NEVER recommend anyone work with this dealership at all. They lie just to get you into a new vehicle. I have called them several times to discuss this and never get a call back. Very typical I guess.