My wife and I were looking for a family SUV or minivan and found several vehicles in Raisor Automart with pretty nice prices through Cars.com. So we made an appointment with Suzi and drove there on one Saturday morning. Most used vehicles here are within 2-3 years' range. No one pushed us to buy anything and we were given enough time to test one 2018 Nissan Pathfinder, one 2015 Toyota Sierra and one 2015 Honda Odyssey. Finally we decided to buy the 2018 Nissan Pathfinder. Since the price of this make and model is already the lowest we could find on Cars.com within 150 miles, we didn't spend much in negotiating. The transaction was quite smooth and we drove the SUV back in the afternoon.
Very easy and fast, got a 2015 chrysler 200 with 6500 miles for 13999. Was very happy with the deal and even purchased a 100k mile warranty. Was able to come in with everything i needed and drive out the same day with a new car! Very happy and thanks Bill Ahler and Auto Express-
The people are friendly and knowledgeable about the vehicles on their lot. They are always my first stop when looking for a new or used car or truck. Elizabeth Alma can get you on the right track when you call.
Found the perfect car on Cars.com and contacted Hubbard. I had a response very quickly. I did have a few questions and sent them to the man who had contacted me. However, after several hours with no response, I contacted salesman John Gustin directly and he immediately found the answers to every question. He has followed up with me after the sale and I am very satisfied with him. My only concern is that the dealership apparently doesn't clear the memory of their used vehicles, they let the new buyer do that. In this day and age, if you don't erase all the data you've input into a car, you're asking for big trouble. But some people may not think about it when they trade in their car. A new buyer could get your home address from the GPS, your phone and contacts from the phone memory, etc. etc. Dealers should make it a practice to wipe the memory of any car they take in before they offer it for sale.
I walked in and told the salesman I was interested in buying. He took a copy of my drivers license and handed me a license plate to be able to test drive what ever I wanted. It would have been nice to have a salesman walk with me and tell me the options on the various cars. I asked him where a few different cars were that I seen online and his response was "they are either out front or out back"....so I was on my own to find a specific car. OOOOKKKKK well wow, so out of hundreds of cars and I had no direction. I walked around for awhile, looked inside a few and drove a few. Several of the cars I looked in were dirty, I did not even drive because they had not been cleaned up. I had a few questions for my salesman about payment amounts and he said I had to fill out an application prior to proceeding. I thought this was weird , I was pre-approved by my own bank, but I was trying to stay within my budget amount. Before I say to much more, lets just say I won't recommend this place to anyone. Very frustrating. If I could return the car I would, Where is the Customer Service these days?
Very quick sale. All the paperwork was ready when I got there. Brian Stout did a great job!
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