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(979) 822-3800

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3213 S College Ave, Bryan, TX 77801

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Regular Hours

Mon - Thu

9:00 am - 5:30 pm

Sat

9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Sun

9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Extra Phones

Phone: (979) 704-6014

Payment Methods

Cash Only

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Parking: Lot, Free

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

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    Cory D.
    04/22/2015

    DO NOT BUY FROM THIS PLACE! On April 1 ,2015 My mother bought a 1999 Volvo S70, drove the car for 5 days, and the transmission began to give out. She has called Megahertz Motors a multitude of times to Speak with David Salkin (Executive Director), and has been hung up on, laughed at, and asked for more money. They have even taken it to the extent of not answering her calls at all. In addition, she was told if she didn't continue to make the payments (on a broken vehicle) they would come pick up the car, keep her money, and go about their day. My mother works too hard for her money to have it taken away in such manner. She worked relentlessly all year, and has not missing a day of work, to insure she would receive a reasonable tax return, and her plan was to use it for a working car. It was with good faith she came to this car lot, believing she would receive a reliable and functioning car for her commutes to work, and other necessities. Instead she received a car that does not work, has been given the run around, and has been carelessly disregarded as a customer. She came to them with certitude that Megahertz Motors conducted admirable business to instead be taken advantage of. Since my mom has not been able to drive this car, or assured anything would be done or their part, she has been forced to rely on the amiable co-worker who has taken on the generous role of giving her a ride. In addition, there are accounts in which she has been left with the only option of walking an hour and 40 minutes home from work. In conclusion, one would believe with good faith that a local business would conduct exceptional business, and definitely not sell cars that only work for five days. With good faith I believe a business would conduct a notable livelihood and show some kind of concern about poor quality products that they brand and give out. God bless and have a good day.

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