I have never left a bad review but it’s my responsibility to prevent anyone else getting totally ripped off. The car at Hooshies I was looking at was a... great price for used car with the mileage and year it was, plus they told me verbally they had put a brand new engine in it. But then, 3 and a half weeks after my 90 day warranty was expired, the check engine light went on. That was yesterday and I have taken it to get two opinions now and both have told me the cheapest option is to literally replace the entire engine, which will cost the amount I paid for the car. I looked through all the paperwork and nowhere in writing does it say there was a new engine in the vehicle even though they told me so in person. I know I should have looked for it in the writing before I bought it. The mechanic at pep boys said there was no way it was new. I spoke to several people who have been in similar situations and it just so happens one of those people also got their vehicle at Hooshies. Do not trust them, their product is not quality and they will seem trustworthy until you are stuck with a dead car and no money while they legally get away with it.
Warning to anyone who goes to Hooshie's - DO NOT TRUST THEM! I purchased a 2010 Subaru Outback from them and noticed immediately that fluid was dripping;... they explained it away as from the oil change they just did. NOPE - it was coming from the front axle seal they did not disclose. On day 25, I had Jiffy Lube change the oil and they showed me how the oil pan drain plug was so rusted on they had to use an impact tool. So they had put new oil in from the top with the old oil. So, they lied about an oil change. Total scam dealership. Look at all all the other reviews; like mine, most are below 2! When I spoke to Hooshie, he handed the phone to Mike, who basically called me a liar. Keep ALL your money in your pocket and do not go to this place, at all. My purchase will end up costing me much more than I ever though in repairs. And I am only on day 25!
I just purchased a truck from Mike with Hooshie Autos. No high pressure sales tactics & willing to work with you. I'll defin be back when I need another... vehicle.
Bought a used car from these guys. All of these guys were very nice, and not a lot of pressure to buy. They get their cars from auctions, so some are nice... and some are a little beat up. But their prices are low, so no room (or need) to haggle. Be careful because they advertise everywhere with different prices... usually their own website is the highest price. Make sure you're getting the lowest advertised price by doing a little online research. Overall, pretty quick and painless experience, and the guys were very nice. Hooshie himself was nice, but a little "used car salesman" like... not too bad though. Got a little creeped out because he was constantly popping his dentures in and out and vaping his hookah pen (odorless).
Bought a green 01 Rav4 from them a week ago. The car runs great, is in good condition, and was under NADA price after the dealer came down for us (although... it was over BlueBook). Overall, the car was worth it. The Rav4 drives like a go-cart - it is so much fun to drive. I would buy a car from them again.
I did the whole deal over the internet and the phone. Excellent people to work with. Backed up everything they promised.