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07/02/2017
By: Cheryl B.
Battle Creek Westside Auto
Great deal on a Acadia, no pressure for extra BS and the paperwork was surprisingly quick. usually it takes an hour with some finance guy who tries to up-sell everything, not here! Very happy with my purchase.
06/09/2017
By: Paul L.
Battle Creek Westside Auto
Bought a nice truck at an outstanding price, the entire process took 20 minutes, no BS-much appreciated.
03/01/2017
By: Jim S.
Battle Creek Westside Auto
Bought a very nice Enclave from these guys, price was well below what other dealers advertised for and I found them to be very honest and forthright about any of my questions, I am very happy with my purchase. Only issue I had was finding them, for some reason my google maps ap didn't pick up their location..
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02/25/2017
By: Ellery W.
Battle Creek Westside Auto
The salesman lied to me when I specifically asked if all if the outside lights work. I don't think the price was fair either, but what can you do, right. I traveled over an hour for a specific car, and when I got there the car was nothing like they portray. The sale itself was executed in a suspicious manner. I will not return ever. Someone else may have a better experience, and I feel if you have more money to spend you would be treated better. Overall, just be vigilant and thorough when shopping here.
02/22/2017
By: Hope T.
Battle Creek Westside Auto
I love my new Taurus. Upon arrival the car fit exactly the description given on Craigslist.org. Thank you so much.Hope
02/04/2017
By: Sj F.
Battle Creek Westside Auto
Happy with my purchase, cheap vehicle.2004 Malibu Thanks Greg
01/09/2017
By: Steve C.
Battle Creek Westside Auto
Bought a 2009 Ford F150-couldn't be happier, sales team treated me right, good car lot and staff. Very happy with my purchase out he door for less then 10k
11/06/2016
By: Shawn J.
Dr. William R Bogan, MD
Bogan is rude, unprofessional and unethical. I do not recommend him. I don't know how he still has his license to practice.
10/25/2016
By: Willaim R.
Battle Creek Westside Auto
Bought a truck , needed some minor repairs but the price was too good to pass up. They seemed very easy to work with and I would highly recommend if your looking for a reasonably priced vehicle.
10/24/2016
By: Ngyun L.
Battle Creek Westside Auto
Bought a 2007 Ford FX2, beautiful truck and even better price. These guys were top notch, put two new tires and changed the oil for me without me even asking very hard. I literally looked at basically the same truck for $4,000 more at another dealership.
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