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05/26/2017
By: Stephanie R.
YOUR AUTOMOTIVE LLC
The most pleasant car buying experience I've ever had. No dealer fees. Carfax, complete service records, NADA value pre-printed out. Joe answered every question, even to my personal mechanic who came with me. Family owned and operated and it shows in their integrity and attention to detail. Don't waste your time at used car lots.
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02/10/2017
By: Tha B.
Lam Auto Sales Inc
I would rate it zero if I could. I'm writing as of 02/10/2017 . Be extremely cautious with these guys as they're brilliant scammers. I really hope both them and potential customer read this review. Scammed by and ate my money, once they have your money they basically stick the finger out to you as to say go f*** yourself. Trying to negotiate, they do everything that's in their favor to get a profit out from you and don't care about your situation and time. I haven't met anyone this inhumane before and I myself am a really nice guy so it's quite a disappointment to know these sort of people exist.
01/10/2017
By: softheart525
C & C Cars
This dealer is unscruplus/dishonerable liars!Sold us a Dodge Van that broke down befor we could get home.Went back to the dealer he told us that IT was our problem!Told us to leave the dealership!A $4500.00 van cost us another $1500.00 to get it fixed!Would not buy a news paper from these guys!
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02/11/2016
By: Kendra B.
Lam Auto Sales Inc
They sell their cars illegally so you can't get them titled or registered. You end up wasting money on an illegal car that you will never be able to drive. Their salespeople lie to you and once they have what they want from you, they never take your calls and just blow you off. .
08/20/2015
By: Natosha M.
West Coast Car & Truck Sales
Derrick Silvers is a great person to deal with! Great selection of clean quality cars and reasonable prices! Best place in town to start your car shopping.
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07/25/2015
By: Chris B.
Lam Auto Sales Inc
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01/13/2015
By: Alisia H.
West Coast Car & Truck Sales
This is a good place to buy a car, period. I don't usually enjoy the sales process, but the salesman, Derrick was an easy person to deal with, and even his coworkers speak highly of him. Top notch professionalism AND down to earth... You don't find that mix often in ANY business it seems, but especially car sales. I can honestly recommend him without reservation.
01/06/2015
By: Vido V.
West Coast Car & Truck Sales
My sales man was Derrick Silvers. I knew what i was looking for and he was able to gey me into exactley what i wanted . I also had a budget that Derrick actually kept me under and got me a excellent price. If you want proffesional sales and service in all areas, I highley recomend west coast cars and trucks. And make sure you get Derrick Silvers as your salesman if you want tge best.
12/30/2014
By: Nore A.
West Coast Car & Truck Sales
I bought my car from Derrick Silvers. He had great knowledge about the car. He took his time describing everything to me. He was friendly and never pushy. Most of all, he was honest. He made sure that buying this car was a great experience for me. I love my car and I will continue to buy my cars from Derrick.
11/21/2014
By: Nell F.
West Coast Car & Truck Sales
Wonderful customer service with attention to detail. Colin, the Manager is involved in every facet of purchases. Every car has been inspected to the fullest extent and pampered to whatever needs attending tooThe staff is friendly and none aggressive. But it is Colin who makes it happen. His easy-going manner leaves you feeling confident in a purchase. There's no push, no hard sell. Just answers to questions and advice on which Used car fits you. Colin is the guy I call when I want to buy a car. Nuf' said.
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