WELCOME TO Carpros!
Let us show you how easy it is to buy a quality used cars in Pueblo, CO. We believe fair prices, superior service, and treating customers right leads to satisfied repeat buyers. From the moment you step on our lot until the time you drive away in your next car, your buying experience with CarPros is our number one priority. We encourage you to use the expertise and resources of our sales staff; they are here to help you find the right car at the right price. Call us today at (888) 652-2420 to schedule your test drive!
"We'll find the right car for you!"
I really don't even want to give this place one star. I am really disappointed in the way that James Geppert does business. He knew that I was driving... a long way for a specific car that I had contacted him about. I had an appointment. When we arrived, he had us wait. Finally, he informs me that he sold the car a couple of hours earlier. He had emailed me to confirm the appointment so the least he could have done was to email me that it was sold. I feel that he was jerking us around to get us on the lot to try to sell us another car. My husband is a disabled vet and driving very far gives him tremendous pain, but he was willing to come to get this car for my daughter. I highly recommend that you look for another car dealership that does business with integrity and steer clear of Car Pros in Pueblo.
Our car got stolen on Thanksgiving. And my credit is not the best. There's a salesman at this dealership that went above and beyond his job scope to go... around the problems with my credit. We were dropped off there and things didn't work out at first. Jeff said no no problem. Not only did he drive us to our bank but also took us home. After dark my phone rang. Jeff was on his way to get me and my wife. He treated us like family. Thanks Jeff. If your shopping for a car you can't go wrong with car pros. We love our new car.
Went to look at a newer van and end up buying it. We really liked Tracey. We think the paper work was way too much but most of it was the state of Colorado's... fault.