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I recommend Austin Jenkins!
My experience with Austin Jenkins was very smooth. He was very helpful in the car process and was great to talk too. He helped my, 16 years old, get my first car!
Purchased an older used vehicle for Kearney Motorsports. Within 3 days oil was leaking all over the driveway. A lot of oil. Called the dealership and was told I could trade it in for another vehicle. No thanks. Then was told I could bring the car back for a partial refund. Now they are no longer communicating with me. If you want junk vehicles and absolutely no support after the sale then this is your place.
Failure to back their car or keep their word.
Be.ow is a copy of an email I wrote to Kearney Motors last week. Like most of my correspondence with them no action or response was received: Hello, below are the receipts I received last week for additional work on the 2006 M Roadster I purchased last fall. A few items of note: - I purchased the car on Oct 11, 2001, with 48,894 miles on it. At that time Jeff, the sales manager, promised the car came with maintenance records and Kearney would refund my costs for the broken shifter knob, a second ignition key, and a missing key for the locking lug nuts. - I forwarded the receipt for the shifter knob within a week or so after purchaseI have yet to receive reimbursement. - I advised Jeff that the convertible top had quit working in late November or early December. The attached EMS service records show that of last week when I picked up the car from the repair facility (EMS) it had 49, 203 miles, for a total usage of 309 miles since purchase. - The attached bill from EMS (the repair shop) identified in early December, that the top quit working due to the actuators leaking hydraulic fluid. It was not possible for a potential purchaser to know that plastic grocery bags had been inserted under the actuators to catch the leaking hydraulic fluid. The EMS proprietor said the seller must have placed them there to hide the problem. - You will see EMS also identified a leaking head gasket that needs to be replaced. - The EMS bill also included the removal and replacement of the locking lug nuts for which you didn’t have the key. - I am still waiting for the refund of the new shifter I purchased ($181.65)within a week after purchasing the auto. - I have yet to get a second key for the car, as we agreed upon, but was advised that will run at least $350. - I am aware that your warranty is only valid from 3 moths after purchase. You will notice that the car was taken to EMS ( and so documented) where the problem was identified at approximately two months aftermpurchase. The auto stayed at the repair facility until repairs were completed in early February. - In total I have spent $4409.26 for the shifter, lug nuts, and the top. I have yet to get a second ignition key, repair the head gasket, or receive the prior maintenance documentation. I hope y’all have the integrity to stand behind this car you sold me less than 500 miles ago. Roscoe Griffin
Very shady and dishonest dealer. They lied about the car condition. Posted fake pictures and information of the car not disclosing that there are issues with the car.
EXTREMELY GOOD EXPERIENCE
Casey at Kearny Motorsports was phenomenal. So help me find something that work for my needs and my wallet. I will never buy a vehicle from anywhere else.
I bought a truck from them which I love, what they didn't disclose to me is that they knew the knew the sunroof leaked, I found this out after looking at the top of the cab of the truck and seeing tape residue around the sunroof, I would have bought the truck anyway, but full disclosure would have been nice.....don't buy from these people,,,they are misleading
Do not get your car here!
I was given a price and terms one day when i came back the next day it was much higher and different terms. The guy and his coworker assured me it was a good car but when i started asking questions about the motor i was told i wasnt spending a lot of money and he had someone email him that day wanting to buy it, so i was stupid and bought it the tires was flat the next morning all the way around the car and it is ticking it had way too much oil in it and ill find out if the motor is too damaged to even fix in the next few days. It is a nightmare it costed me 450 bucks for new tires just to start and i have 2 years to pay on it, i told them i would leave them a good review but they told me they sold me a good car ill be really lucky if it lasts me 6months and was told that they had cleaned off the motor to make it look so when i looked at it it had no signs that the motor might be bad. BAD BUSINESS
Mike from Louisville
I Needed to replace my vehicle and started an internet search. I found what I was looking for at Kearney Motorsport. The staff was very professional and sincere in their approach. Their inventory consisted of clean, well maintained vehicles. After a test drive and a weekend of comparisons, I was able to purchase a nice clean Toyota Tacoma at a fair price.
They make it easy to do business
We were looking for a car for our daughter and found what we wanted at Kearney Motorsports. This is the second vehicle we have bought from this dealership. Kelly, Cory and Andrew are low-key and informative. You won't experience high pressure sales, just business the way it should be done. We will definitely visit this place again for future car needs.
Chuckie from Kentucky
Loved the staff. And the selection even better! Just a different vibe from a smaller family owned dealership, I hate the big store feel. Thanks to the Kearney’s!