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Good quality cars and great prices all the way
The biggest factor to my happiness was their attitude, pricing and the willingness to work with me. Just a very solid company that I recommend to any car buyer.
Beverly Hills Auto Brokers took care of us from the moment we walked into their business. They made sure we got what we came for. The photos of the Sarah Jeep were transparent and looked exactly the way they presented it. Thank you guys for taking care of us. We even drove over an hour and it was worth it!
Great financing and great deals - A Plus Plus
If you are looking for a dealer who knows what they are doing with financing, has a good selection of cars, and makes the deal easy and affordable then you’ve found the right dealer. With them you get it all!
Beverly Hills Quality kinda business
This one is for sure Beverly Hills grade. Check out this dealership because it doesn’t compare to your other greater Los Angeles car dealers. Go big or go home is
Quality cars at a fair price - memorable experienc
Let me start by sharing that Beverly Hills Auto Brokers is a company that exemplifies great positive fundamental values. This is a company that you not only enjoy doing business with but also experience fairness and that extra mile traveled. They will work with you to get the car and make the deal when they can.
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Showed up (with an appointment) to check out a Jeep Wrangler LJ 2004. Owner or boss (Amir) says "LJ? We don't have any of those here", after a quick search, he finds it. (This was my frost warning that things were about to go downhill) There was damage to the sway bar, supposedly they had just got it back from their shop as it was being tuned and getting the Death Wobble fixed. It had been leaking fluids for who knows how long (you can see on the image how there was oil caked on the components all on the undercarriage) Engine Oil was extremely dark, it had not had an oil change in who knows how long (see pics) Soft top was compromised, it's zippers were completely inoperable and rusted. The plastic has clean cuts, the Velcro was completely unusable. Even with all of this, I spoke with the Boss (seemed in charge, he was doing all the numbers etc, more on this in a bit) I mentioned my concerns, showed him my findings, he brushes it off and says "easy fix" He then proceeds to start typing on his computer and just spits out a number at me "$17,000" (The price tag for this car is listed at $12,777). At this point I asked him for a write up so that I can see how it got from $12,777 - $17000, he refuses and says "well I just typed it up on the computer", I never see an itemization. So I start to ask him what made it just almost $5000, he starts to say "well the taxes, documentation fees, 'protection'" , what he didn't count on was that I had done my research, I already had the exact amount he could legally charge in California (it's $80 btw) and the exact amount of taxes and transfer fees through the DMV. I showed him these documents directly from the DMV and he tried to make bogus claims that there was something missing etc even though it was all laid out clearly by the DMV. He then tried to compare this car to a JK that was a newer model and higher price "well I'm actually eating xxxx on this Jeep because It's actually worth more" were his exact words. He then dropped the "price" to ~$15700, where that deduction came from? Who knows, he never gave me a list of what amounted to the $5000 he was trying to up charge, he showed me 2 receipts totalling around $1800 of work they had supposedly done, one of those being the sway bar (math checking out for y'all? I didn't think so) I still try to negotiate with him, and see if he would even be willing to do something about the completely deprecated soft top. In no less than 2 seconds he says "you know what, I'm just going to help these other people, you can think about it and call me". He saw that he wasn't going to scam me and rushed me out. Moral of this long drawn out story: skip this place, heed the warning of these 1 star reviews, they are similar because they are real and it's their practice to try to upcharge and most likely not even give you a decent vehicle. Edit: I forgot to mention that Amir nor his staff had any knowledge about the vehicle, even after looking at the CarFax report.
Huge collection of quality pre owned inventory
I’m here sharing my pleasant experience buying a used car from this dealership. Smooth and easy process and a great car on top of it all makes me a happy buyer!
The land of the Jeep - wrangler heaven
This place is wrangler heaven. Nothing but dozens on dozens on dozens of quality pre owned wranglers. If you are looking for a wrangler and don’t find one here I really wish you good luck.
Wonderful deal despite stock shortage
Buying a car is not easy anymore considering the stock shortage and high demand for certain models. That being said with the help of BEVERLY HILLS AUTO BROKERS I was able to make a wonderful deal happen despite it all.
Great business to have as your contact for Jeeps
Great local, knowledgeable and focused business here. It is not easy to find the perfect used car or new car but with Beverly Hills auto brokers it’s easy to find anything from a Jeep Wrangler and also other fun and affordable cars.