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By: John T.
One Performance Auto Care
Rude staff. Receptionist. And especially the old man that does the state inspections. Go anywhere else. Not there.
By: Sam M.
Advantage Auto Sale
Had very good experience. Very knowledgeable. Best prices. Definitely coming back if I'm in the market again.
By: Tim C.
Chase Auto Group Inc
This place is a big joke if you wanted to be treated like a customer. I ourchased a truck from them on 8/1/16 and paid the balance in full and I still have not received my title from them for the vehicle. I have heard for the last 3 months that the title is in the mail so the truck has been sitting at the place to get it inspected since 9/1/16 when the temp. tags expired. Very disrespectful people specially the person named "Tony" who has no respect to even return your calls. They got their money and that's all they care about. Very bad place to buy a car
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By: Tony D.
Chase Auto Group Inc
I am happy with my car. I drove from B-More to get it. Very nice guys. They will work with you even if you have very bad credit.
By: Andrew R.
Chase Auto Group Inc
Poor lack of professionalism. They list warranty attached on their websites, but once you get to the signing table they want you to buy an EasyCare Extended warranty only. If you don't buy this they will then list your car / truck as an AS-IS sale... Stay away from them...I can call today talk to a salesman, and will not hear back from them. I can't even get a call back to let me know where to pick up my plates from.... But let you owe a balance to them... LOL They will be calling you then.... It's cool though they got me out of $23K But it's a lesson learned after repair after repair.....
By: lirial
Motion Motorcars, Inc.
I don't know why this listing says we're closed. We've been in business since 1986. They have the address wrong - as the county came through in the early 1990s and changed it to 17273 Jefferson Davis Hwy. Motion Motorcars is alive and well. We're also on the web at www.motionmotorcars.net
By: fgsd98
Chase Auto Group Inc
Patrick was very professional and patient. Will recommend all friends to buy from Chase.
By: ainsley402
Chase Auto Group Inc
I am very pleased with the service and how smooth things went!!
By: gfds5488
Chase Auto Group Inc
This dealership is so awesome!! I came in, no pressure, had all my questions answered and left with what I wanted!
By: benjaminn989
Chase Auto Group Inc
Great job getting the deal done!! Really nice and cool people.
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