November 6, 2018
I joked with the manager that it was the fastest deal I had ever made. He said "it took 4 hrs" and yes it did. But that's what made it easy. I had been looking for a truck with specific features. Was set to head to another dealership and likely close a deal later that afternoon. But, I had seen a truck I liked and decided to head to Gretna before hand. The truck was sent to auction. Instead of saying too bad so sad as many would or pushing me towards something I didn't want... Ed spent about an hour looking through their inventory. I spotted a truck which hadn't been listed online yet and low and behold it matched my requirements. Super nice truck on top of it all. Of course the wife wanted to see it as well. There's no reason to list the exact details of the deal we made however what should be noted is that we are the second ones in the family to purchase from this dealership and each time they have exceed my expectations. Not just in your normal business courtesy kind of way but when something was a little off or we needed a little extra done to make us happy they were more than willing to work with us. If you're reading my review I want to state something that seems so obvious but for some it seems like it's the hardest thing in the world. Have some d**m courtesy. Don't walk in expecting 4K off a vehicle! These are priced right and sometimes well below what they should sell for. There is common sense in making a car deal and if you have straight forward and LOGICAL expectations for trade value/sell value then you'll have a much better experience. You're also likely to get anyone to go that extra 1/10th of a mile for you. Don't waste your time anywhere else. Look through their website; if you don't find what you're looking for find a salesman who's willing to keep an eye out at auction. They buy 10-20 vehicles a day. It won't take that long and you'll be much happier! Lastly, I have never met any of these guys before. I spoke to one on the phone briefly. I believe credit is due even negative credit. Although, these guys certainly earned the positive review. I have no qualms about calling out someone for a piss poor job. I spent 10 years active duty and I certainly don't owe anyone anything. Thanks again Ed and Brian!