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By: Sonya N.
Eleams Auto Sales
Do not buy anything from this guy. He patches vehicles up enough to get them off his lot and then they break down. A very dishonest business person. Wouldnt even pay for the notary fee. Cheap and tacky
By: George B.
Hixson Autoplex
Horrible Service and Shady DealingsI took my car to this dealer while out of state, as I accidentally sucked paper towels into both intakes of my car. They had my car over two weeks before they even pulled it into their bay, during which time I flew home and drove a rental. When they were finally done, they told me a sensor was broken and needed to be replaced before the turbos would work. It was a $100 sensor, and they wanted to charge me $400. I said no, and they said the car was fine to drive home, 300 miles, where I could replace it myself. When I got home I found they had broken the wiring harness for the sensor, and when I fixed that the sensor worked fine; then I discovered they hadn't performed the work invoiced. I ended up cleaning the paper towels out of the turbos myself, by renting a lift, and had to file a dispute with Citibank to get the nearly $600 they charged me back, as Hixson stopped all communication with me when I sent them pictures of the wiring harness and clogged turbos. Horrible, shady dealer; avoid them.
By: derrick.kelley.12
Cooper Buick GMC
i bought a gmc certified car from morgan in shreveport. Drove it for a few weeks and took it to cooper to have a few things fixed (AC, pass air bag, etc) long story short they refused to work on it and told me to take it back to shrevport and have them work on it. What if i had bought this car from TX, or CA. Or was on vacation. GMC should remove them from the GM network if they are not going to honor a GMC warranty.
By: jayla2012
Interstate Dodge
Research the actual worth of the vehicle before you buy because they add a lot to up the price, end up paying more than car worth. If trading in, make sure they actually paying you for your vehicle and and not uping price of new car to make it look like they giving you a deal.

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