Begleys Automotive Group in Elkhart, IN with Reviews - YP.com
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07/21/2017
By: Erica H.
Wholesale Kings
Very dishonest car lot and salesman. Bought the car from the son of the owner and he lied about everything. Never disclosed that it had a rebuilt title and never included title with rest of paperwork. Had to call dealership back up to have them send the title. Very shady all around. Should not even be in business. Couldn't be more disgusted with a car lot.
07/18/2017
By: Chad R.
Wholesale Kings
Very dishonest car lot. Fake adds. Even got threatened by one of the employees when I called them out on it.
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02/22/2017
By: Ana'alicia P.
Extreme Auto Credit
Best place ever to get a vehicle! Super friendly employees the owner Mike is awesome I've known him since I was 12 got my first vehicle from him and ever one since and I'm 32! You can always count on getting a good quality vehicle from Mike..if and whenever something goes wrong with your vehicle.. He's right on it to take care of it for. I would recommend anyone who wants a good quality vehicle from an honest dealership...go to Extreme Auto!!
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11/08/2016
By: Ray M.
Hoop's Used Cars
Bought a truck from him and it sounds like it has a rod knocking in it so I am going to take it back
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05/21/2016
By: Chelsey M.
Image Motors LTD
Please, please, please reconsider buying here. I am not a person to write bad reviews but I feel they are such a poor business someone needs to stop them. They are the most dishonest, rude, and deceiving people I have met. We bought a truck from them 3 months ago without a warranty. I realize that was a huge mistake. Since buying this vehicle we have discover replaced the radiator, found a pre existing leak in the exhaust, discovered the a/c doesn't work only to find the clutch loose under the hood, cracked windshield, and other small problems that were not disclosed. This tells me they do not overlook a vechile but wip a pricetag on it whether it is junk or not. When I called to ask them about all these issues I was hung up on....
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12/14/2015
By: Virginia G.
Usa 1 Auto Sales LLC
I have just recently purchased our third vehicle from USA 1 and I am so happy just as I have been the last 3 years. Hassle free, and great vehicles for a bit here pay here
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12/12/2015
By: Donna M.
Extreme Auto Credit
My future daughter I law went to buy a car from this place because her late father had bought a car there. The owner remembered her father - by name. Sounds good - you would think. He sold this 20 year old her FIRST car telling her verbally what her payments would be - took a trade in (her grandpa gave his car for her to use for trade) and did not write any paper work (contract). 6 weeks later no title was provided. She couldn't insure or plate her car. The owner had to be coerced to give her the title. The car was sold to her with poor break system. He said he would put break fluid to help. So he had to be coerced to repair the brakes. When the breaks were fixed - the owner said to the 20 year old he would hold her title until she got the money to plate it and HE (a foul mouth 45 year old man) would go WITH the 20 year old to get the plate. Sound disgusting? Yes!!!!!
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11/27/2015
By: Diego R.
Azteca Auto Sales
This place F*cks you over big time with their contracts, a family member of mine has to keep paying for a car they don't need or Azteca has threatened to sue them for the rest of the car payment and not give them the car instead of just terminating the car payment which they've payed more than what it was worth
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08/27/2015
By: Rika I.
Town & Country Auto Sales
This is the worst car dealership in Indiana, they tell you that they will work with you but they just scam you to get the down payment,plz do not buy a car from here u will regret it, they are liars and they are very unprofessional.
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05/25/2015
By: Liaa M.
Town & Country Auto Sales
I have never had an issue with the employees or the cars. My ex and I got a 98 Ford explorer from there and the ONLY thing wrong was there was no heat. So don't go bashing on them when you just seem to pick out the wrong car. The employees are funny and cool to be around. I'll be in some time this week for my new car guys better have a good one out there. (:
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