Baron Auto Emporium

2.3
(30 reviews)

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2.3
(30 reviews)

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1.0

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The second you inquire about a car you see for sale here, the price goes up $5,000-$6,000. They sell you some bs story that warrants them charging a $4,000 dealer fee and they explain it like it’s normal in the industry.. They basically use this platform as a bait and switch, and they throw in thousands of “profit” for them after you walk in

1.0

BEWARE OF SCAM!

BEWARE OF SCAM! STAY AWAY from this place! Came to buy a car with cash, they gave us a price and confirmed multiple times that the price was final. After about an hour and us filling out a bunch of paperwork, they told us that we have to do financing ( which would cost us about $500 more assuming we pay it in full ASAP). We agreed to that and kept filling out the paperwork. After paying the initial payment they told us we also have to buy full insurance covering since the car is financed. That would be another $500 extra. We agreed to that. After few more hours of waiting for their financial department to prepare all the paperwork we go into Fred’s office who tells us that ‘by the way there are these two extra fees that are $2500 extra’. And that’s after we have asked the sales person multiple times if the price is final. So the price went up $3500! We ended up leaving after wasting 5 hrs there. Long story short, be prepared that they will try to get you excited about a new car, wear you down, and then rip you off by adding a few extra thousands dollars in fees.

1.3

thieves and liar

After speaking to them over the phone about all the pricing I went down to dealership upon my appointment the car wasn’t ready to show it was all dirty and was parked all the way back behind three other cars even tho they confirmed me an hour before my appointment and told me the car is ready and parked in front for you to test drive. It wasn’t the only bad experience I had. Secondly they jacked up 6k on the price we spoke over the phone and they weren’t even taxes or dmv. They forced me to buy a warranty for with the for 6k if not they won’t sell me the car. They are sooo bad to be in that neighborhood. I will also complain to consumer about them and would not recommend anyone to go there.

2.3

AVOID

Price jumped 7,000 the minute i walked in the door. Salesman couldnt explain the car to me as ive done research prior to my visit. They are in it to make a quick buck, buyer beware.

1.0

Awful experience and a waste of time

Scheduled a time to come down and check out/test drive a car at their dealership. I arrive only to find out the car is being blocked by another car in the lot that has a flat tire and its too late in the day to inflate and move it. Then we discuss numbers and there is an additional fee here and another fee there raising the price of the car another $4k. These are not taxes mind you... I ask if they would be willing to work on the price of the car and they said they wouldn't budge its a set in stone Carfax price. What a bunch of sales robots. I check back a week later and the car is discounted $3k on their website. They are all about bait and switch and they don't even seem interested in making a deal as I couldn't even get a call back.

1.3

Terrible dealer- Please don’t waste your time

Saw a new car on cars.com. When we got to the dealership the sales person seemed pretty nice. We took it for a test drive and my husband fell in love with car. We did not have our Dow payment so we made an appt for the. Next day. When we got there we saw the finance manger. He quoted us a high monthly payment! We looked at this numbers and realized they were charging us an extra 10k for this car. They tried to explain that it was taxes.... we left and never went back. These people are xxxx. They try to scam people and it unfortunate because I’m sure you get people who will fall for it.

1.0

vert bad experiences - FI lies !!!

a day ago- Very bad experience here!!! The FI manager here name “Fred” play” run around “game and lies to me when i asked him to cancel my extended warranty.later found he never did so I have to cancel it from the warranty company directly.Now,the refund has been issued back to the selling dealer but they are not willing to give me any update! Have contacted them many times and asked to speak with their general manager and no one can get me to speak with general manager without any reason !!!!! It has been a half year

1.0

BAD Dealership!

BAD Dealership ... Buyer Beware!!! I attempted to buy an Aston Martin for cash and experienced an unprofessional and bad business dealer. THE STORY: when buying exotic cars you must do a Pre Purchase Inspection. I attempt to arrange a reputable nearby exotic car specialist to do an inspection but they refused. Understanding their concern for car secure ... I recommended they have multiple employees stay with the car yet they refused. Moral of the story ... I’ve bought many exotic cars and have never bad such an experience except when dealers are hiding a BAD car!

1.0

useless sales people

was interested in the 2011 Nissan Armada. I called and made an appointment to be canceled and rescheduled to be canceled again. i asked for pictures 3x and all 3x nothing. I know there car is not a brand new car not a 2020 but there should be a tad bit of ethics when it comes to a customer and his/hers needs and wants. Took my business some where else and came out w/ a 2018 328 bmw. your dealership has no respect for peoples time.

1.0

BUYERS BE AWARE - TOTAL SHAM!!!

Wanted to purchase a 2017 Audi Q7 with 73K miles on it. The price had just dropped by $3,000 and I was excited to jump on the deal. Unfortunately it turned out to be a complete waste of time on my part. I am however pursuing this matter with authorities because these types of dishonesty and shady business practices must be stopped. It started out with normal conversations and genuine desire to proceed with the transaction. Then I slowly started getting the runaround because I wanted to pay cash for the vehicle. After a lot of back and forth, I learned that even though they don’t tell you anywhere in the advertisement, they REALLY want you to finance the vehicle. Oh it gets even better - you MUST finance through their preferred lender! I really don’t know and understand how the State of NY allows these types of practices to go on but I am going to do whatever I can to inform the public and more importantly the authorities at this time. So, this is the first step I am taking in a series of many other steps to come. I think one of the reason these practices continue is because most of us just don’t complain to the authorities and the BBB. We get very angry but then we just drop it due to time and other constraints. Well I plan to change that. I have all the names, emails, and detailed information I need about the Dealership to move forward. Wish me luck!