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Very helpful and sold a solid car I would highly recommend buying from here. Family owned and operated and just a good buying environment. Great people
I recently purchased a 2016 Lexus RX 350 and could not be more satisfied with the vehicle and the purchasing process! If your in need of a used car I... highly recommend Darryl Floars Motors, very nice people to deal with!
Purchased a used Porsche Cayenne for my wife and the purchase process and the car were very good I definitely recommend this dealership to anyone
I bought a 2016 Ford Transit from Darryl Floars Motorcars in Goldsboro, NC. When I got it home there was a smell in it. Nothing alarming but enough that... my bf decided to do some digging around. He pulled a seat and started seeing massive amounts of roaches. So he pulled a couple interior panels and just tons more, plus a dead hamster! Like are you kidding me?? And this hamster had chewed into the right curtain airbag. So, I figure, Mike, my sales guy and Darryl, the owner, would make it right and take the van back. Nope! They said, the roaches are dead so why am I so upset? They said, every car has bugs in it if you take off the panels. Umm no. They also said, there’s nothing wrong with the airbag, it’s fine. He said he called Goldsboro Ford and talked to someone there and they said that the airbag was fine. Wow! So, this van is still sitting on their lot where I was sure they would take it back, but they refuse. I have no idea if they knew the problems existed or not but they sure didn’t handle it well when they found out.
It isn't often that I find the need to leave a Negative Review, and it is more often than not that I find the positive in virtually any situation. We recently... (not even 30 days ago) purchased a truck from this dealership. Living a little over an hour away, we were impressed that Mike was delivering it to us along with all of the paperwork. When I was signing the paperwork, I noticed that it said it was sold as is no dealer warranty; however, when I was looking at the truck it stated that it has 30 day limited dealer warranty. Note, I even have a picture of the warranty label that was on the truck at their dealership. Well, fast forward to the truck having an issue that they fixed before delivering. So far no issues with that specific issue so I'm hopeful it was in fact fixed. After driving 50 miles the Service Engine Soon light came on. Went to the local Ace and found out that there was in fact another problem that needs to be fixed. Well, about 20 miles later we discovered that the a/c was no longer working to it's full potential. We also found a coolant leak, and we also have an ABS brake issue that is getting worse. Again, we have not had the truck 30 days. I have called numerous times to get our license plate, and nobody knows where it is. Keep in mind we paid money to have this specific weighted plate, that we still have not received. I want to reiterate that what might appear to be a perfect deal, might end up costing you. Please beware before purchasing from this local owned establishment, and please get the vehicle inspected before you sign the paperwork. We will be looking into additional measures in the meantime on the best way to move forward with these issues
If you decide to purchase from Darryl Floars Motorcars I highly recommend having your vehicle inspected by a trusted mechanic as my experience indicates... they do not do this themselves. My wife purchased a classic vehicle as a surprise for me and was explicit that she was looking for something ready to drive, not a project. The vehicle was advertised as “solid transportation”, “unbelievable machine” and touted as previously being fully restored with no expense spared. Unable to drive a manual Darryl drove her around for the test drive. She did notice and question how well the brakes were working but was told “that is how drum brakes work”. She bought the vehicle and luckily decided against having her mom drive it home (45mn) as it was later determined not safe for the road. They trailered it to us and a local mechanic determined: 1) the parking brake had been removed 2) the wrong rear brakes installed (reason why parking brake was missing) and were falling apart and 3) the previous owner had incorrect axles installed among other issues. 4 months and a lot of $ later I have had to track down parts and have a local mechanic replace portions of the drivetrain. As one issue led to another, it would not have been difficult to identify some of these issues had the dealership done their work. I am left wondering what they actually do upon purchasing vehicles to sell. I attempted to work with Mike and Darryl as I feel this is a case of false advertising and selling an unsafe vehicle. After many emails, texts and calls they stopped responding and I finally stopped trying to come to a resolution.
Family owned and operated by very helpful and friendly workers.
I was contacted a week after inquiring about a vehicle.