Drove 165 miles to see a 1979 Corvette advertised with 6200 original miles. Prior to leaving my house asked Patrick a number of extremely specific questions... as to the condition of this car. He lied on every answer. Car he called an "8" is no better than a "3". Oil leaks everywhere, complete below quality repaint in poor condition. Drove another 165 miles home with no apology for his total misrepresentation. 6200 miles? 106,200 more likely! Shame on this Dealer!
Very impressive, purchased a Nissan that was like brand new. These people are the best and I am going to send all of my friends amd family to them!
Don't do business with these people they are scammers I bought a vehicle there from day one it was giving me problems they fixed it the first time without... a deductible and the second time I had told them that I had problems with my axle that the mechanic said it was going bad but he couldn't tell me which one it was finally as it got worse I told them he told me to drop off my vehicle on Monday to the mechanic at the shop never told the shop I was bringing my car it was sitting there all day until I called refuse to fix my car wanted me to give him five star rating on three of his website in order for him to wave a $100 deductible that I was never told I had when I bought the vehicle Patrick is very unprofessional yelled at me on the phone like I was one of his kids disgusting yelling at a woman like that I had to drive like 15 minutes from there car dealership to pick up my car at the shop because they refuse to fix it I had to call the police NEVER do business with these people THEY TAKE ADVANTAGE OF YOUR KINDNESS I should have went to Kindle or Burks never again will I fall for these small Auto places!!!!
Purchased a beautiful Jeep Wrangler from this dealership. The price was awesome, and so were the "team" of guys that helped me from A-Z...I will send... everyone I know to them. Downbeach Rocks!
Worst experience of any kind purchasing something. Not just a car—anything. Sold me a lemon. A local service manager later said the engine was being held... together with Elmer’s glue and electrical tape. Two of the four cylinders in the engine worked. Because I had a mutual friend who knew Pat the sales guy/owner, I figured I could trust him. So wrong. Three major repairs later I demanded a refund or another car. No refund. They Only agreed after a hassle to put the money toward another xxx from the lot, and they offered no apology for putting our loves in danger—I Literally cruised through a red traffic signal when the brakes failed and easily could have been T-boned, me or my son—and that was only the first episode. My son was driving it when the entire car began to shake and two hoses blew off the radiator before the engine exploded. We had a deal for an acceptable replacement where I’d pay another $3k toward the newer improved vehicle but condescending Mark complained that they wouldn’t make any money on the deal—if they did the right thing and acted like responsible businessmen. Which is how I proposed we do the replacement deal to begin with—like gentlemen without lawyers and bad online reviews and such. Oh well. You had your chance. Now I will take every chance I have to warn people this is a loathsome trio who would improve the local gene pool by packing up and leaving the area—and stop selling dangerous vehicles to customers in need of an affordable car.
They worked so well with me to make sure I got the best deal possible. Discounted warranty, rate, car and gave me a great deal on my 180,000 mile trade... in! Thanks guys, you rock! P.P.
Thank you so much Penny for trusting us with your business. Many happy miles!