Bring you in with a false price. Tried to add $3k in snake oil options. Walked out. Had to block them on my cell.
The other reviews say it all! Try another dealer. Visit at your own risk.
Dishonest Dealership they practice False Advertisement. Be aware and don’t be fooled by there low price advertised prices, to what you see online add 3k.... They hide in their disclosures “added options” but it is really a 3k tag they are hiding and will add on the price of the car.
Worse car buying experience. They told us what we want to hear but would go back on their word. Thankfully their finance guy is cool because he helped... work our deal to what we wanted but our sales man, though a nice guy, i didn't appreciate him being dishonest with us.
We have been looking for a first car for our daughter. We first went to HB Jeep for a 16' VW Tiguan, sales guy was nice, sales manager Johnny Deyet was... the biggest xxxxx I have ever come across. We walked out, tried the next day, got the same bad service but with another manager. My point, don't go there, they treat there customers like s**t, they don't deserve your business. A couple nights later, we found another 16' Tiguan that STG Auto Group has online that had the exact same everything as the other car except was 10,000 miles less. That night we saw it which was 30 minutes before they closed, we headed down to check it out. Test drive was great, Jorge Rodriguesz our sales guy was awesome, very understanding about our previous hassle and ready to make us a no hassle deal and with no drama unlike the other dealer. Kal Hassan the finance manager was straight up front and honest, no lies like the other place. We had a great experience and will definately tell our friends and family to buy a car from STG Auto Group.
Called ahead and then drove over 2 hours to potentially buy a used car from them. We sat down and they insisted on adding over $3,000 of useless features/bs... coverage on top of the listed price, plus extra fees and taxes!! Wouldn’t budge in negotiations. Total scam. I told this story to the dealership I eventually ended up buying my car from. They were shocked!!!
We drove roundtrip 100 miles and four hours to Huntington Beach Jeep, to find out that the ad for the price of the Jeep was deceptive. They basically tried... to force us to pay $2500 dollars for Nitrogen in the tires and GPS. It is extremely deceptive, if not fraud.