A decent place to do business
November 6, 2018
I have bought and sold vehicles from Cosmo Motors. Having said that, if there is a pickier buyer out there, I'd love to make your acquaintance. I have dealt with Matt and Cosmo with deals in the Aston Martin, and Porsche range of cars. Anytime their business said they'd check, or perform a repair, it was done, period. Being no neophyte when it comes to car collecting I can assure the reader that if a business did not do what they'd say they'd do, I've no hesitancy or qualms about putting that comment into writing so others can gain information, so hard earned money is not wasted; this is how we learn where to shop, or more importantly, where not to. An educated buyer becomes proficient and therefore happy with the purchase. If you can't tell a water pump from an injector, take the car you're interested in for a Pre- Purchase Inspection or either put it up on the rack and have a trained mechanic to look it over. Isn't that worth a few bucks for peace of mind? If you feel adequately informed about a car, and know its issues, then look it over yourself. I simply cannot envisage Cosmo motors not wanting you to do this, if you're a serious buyer, of course unless all lifts are being used. It is a used car, for goodness sale! Don't think for one moment that some SELLER's don't try and pull the wool over a Dealer's eyes, because they will! The dealer will do all that is possible to sell a decent car, are they incentivized not to? OK, I'll climb off my soap box now, but I will say that Cosmo motors have always treated me right. If you don't see the exact car or truck that you want, then ask about them finding one for you. And no, I don't work for the dealership, nor am I related to anyone there. I do enjoy going down there and checking their inventory out periodically as I'm only an hour away, their vehicles are sometimes seldom seen, interesting high line cars inside and out the showroom. And that ladies and gentlemen, concludes my point of view.