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I bought a Toyota Camry 2015 XLE model last year. But the price showed in website is not real. They changed me more . Don’t sign anything before you read.... They playing with you. I told them chance the battery, but they didn’t. I have a hard time to change the battery by myself in the cold weather. I keep calling them to fix that issue but they didn’t. I spoke to the person name Mr Alex. He told me someone will call me soon. But never call me. I will not buy any car in future from them. Never.., ever..
My overall experience was great. From beginning to end. My sales consultant WILL was great. Took the time in showing me the huge selection of vehicles... they have there. Met with some of the managers Tony and Abdul they were great explaining everything to me. Thanks for everything
They are running a dishonest operation, a price was mutually agreed upon, and then it was increased by the owner(there words not mine).Venture at your... own risk.
I called before going to see a car they had advertised. I asked if the car had any history of accidents and I was told "No". I drove 2 hours to see the... car, and sure enough it was a accident car which they patched covered up. It was so obvious. In the dark at night it was clear. You could see the bondo coming through the fender of inside the hood of the car. The paint job wasn't even done well. Anyone with 1 nerve in their brain could tell, and these idiots denied it the whole time. All the people that have left positive reviews have absolutely no clue they got screwed. These guys are good at covering it up and lying.
Look at the rest of the reviews, you can clearly tell something is wrong here. They advertise a price...then when you go in, the guy says "that's the... price with 10k down"...uhhh lol. Then the "good cop" owner walks in and acts like a hero, saying "I'll honor the price on the website", to which I said great! I come back with the money, and they add $6k in fees to cover their lost costs on the car that they've been sitting and eating interest on, hopefully to make their money back. These fees are not taxes, not DMV fees, just the dealership fees. This is one of "those" dealerships, just be careful.
The last dealer in the world someone want to visit to buy a car, they play hard games on the website lowering the prices of their cars just to get you... go there, then they say that the price is just the financed part so the assume that you have to come up with thousands of dollars for the deposit. They are thrift I will report them to internal affairs....
Extremely rude sales person.. How can you expect sell a car for someone treating like that??! After i hangout i understood why this crap dealer have 1... star over here. I wish i could give nothing but im forced to give 1.
Advertises prices clearly too low for the value of the cars they are selling. Then, just like the moral character and maturity of whoever is responding... to these reviews (which sound like something I would write when I was 12), they say at the last possible minute there is actually a $4k deposit so the price is $4k higher. Honestly don’t know how they are still open, certainly wouldn’t be in dealerships we’re more regulated. Have a good day :)
This dealership is full of scam artists... They are in the habit of advertising a car on there website for a price way below market value.. This in turn... get them the attention they looking for. Lots of innocent costumers take time out of their busy schedules, some even drove long distance hoping for to get a car for an incredible deal.. But as the saying goes... If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Costumers get to the dealership only to find out you need a deposit of $4000...to get the advertised price. They are not truthful at all. The same dealership was closed down before due to shady practices. They use to advertise vehicles at a very low price but put in the fine prints.. and I quote. Your credit score must be 780 to get the advertised price. Many fell victims of this scam.. They got shot down for it only to reopen under a different name with new tricks to get customers. PLEASE STAY AWAY.. ESPECIALLY FROM THE MANAGER JOE... DO NOT TRY TO GET A VEHICLE FROM THEM. WORST EXPERIENCE EVER..
After finding the perfect car online on (cars.com) went to champion auto sales in Brooklyn to get the car. The car was pretty clean in person, the battery... was dead. When he gave the car a boost for the test drive, we later saw that all of the service lights were on and it was parked with the tail in a pole. I still test drove the car and decided this is a perfect fit. My father begins the paperwork to finance the car, the dealer Joseph Michelli agreed on the price of 11,980 and even told my dad he'd help him get a discount. The price is $11,980 on the website and on cars.com. They began the paperwork and he told my us that he would have the car serviced and I can pick it up the next day. This morning, he called my father saying that he allegedly was running late, and that he would send my dad the paperwork to get started with MCU. Later on in the day, he told us that that price was the price after a $4,000 deposit. It does not state anywhere that there would be an additional $4,000.