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Avoid at all cost
The owners, Paul and Kate Kieca, are scammers selling washed and waxed cars that break down after purchase. They only take full payment of the vehicle to avoid having to deal with the issues later and will ignore/avoid you.
Paul Kieca is a fraud. Elite Auto Corp Chicago
These people Paul Kieca and Kate Kieca are scammers and frauds. They cannot be trusted. Look up their reviews and lawsuits. Avoid Elite Auto at all costs. They sell flood vehicles, stolen recovery and all of their vehicles have issues.
On-line car purchace. Sight unseen in person.
Vehicle was nicer then i expected. Very honest and they keep their word. Would do further business with them. Car was shipped when promised. Told me what problen the car had
Unique inventory and a great taste in cars
I have to say, this place has an interesting collection of some rare cars that you don't see often. I really appreciate that. Thank You
yep thanks so much
good customer service guy was very nice and communicated well with me recommended to visit this dealership and would for sure shop here again thanks lol
Scam wont show carfax
Refused to show carfax , wanted me to pay for it , very poor customer service. Buy else where.was worried how i was paying i told them cash then told me to pat for the carfax and they would reimbursed me . NOT PROFESSIONAL
2013 Audi A6
Avoid. If there's anything to take away from my review, it's that this place is dodgy at best. I didn't have the chance to view the car in person, since I live in Minneapolis. I wholly believe that they took advantage of this fact. They didn't disclose NUMEROUS issues with the vehicle, things that really should be disclosed. List of items that I've had to repair: A new driver's headlight bulb. (really? who sends a $16000 car to someone with a headlight out?) A pair of taillights. (because obviously we don't need indicators either) Side mirror glass. (wrong glass installed, may or may not have been their fault) New wiring harness for reverse sensors. New battery. (again, sending a car with a bad battery... really?) The thing that's most suspicious though, is the fact that the dealership falsified the mileage on the bill of sale, sent to both my financial institution and me. They claimed 90100 miles, I received the vehicle with 92199 miles. How does this even happen? After I received the car, contact immediately stopped. They didn't want to hear my issues, nor address them. Save yourselves the hassle, avoid Elite Auto Corp.
VOLVO 2008 S60
BOUGHT A CAR HERE ADVERTISED ON CRAIGSLIST. BEAUTIFUL PICTURES. EXTERIOR HEADLIGHTS BAD, A REBUILT BAD TRANSMISSION PUT IN. MUST NOW PURCHASE ANOTHER. BEWARE! LOOKS ARE DECEIVING HERE.
Very informative. They are not pushy and have nice cars. Prices seem fair they do not finance and are only by appointment. Would recommend !
Do they really exist?
Tried to make appointment and was dialing phone number for 3 hours, line was always busy. By appointment only? How do I make appointment? Do they really exist?