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By: Genevive P.
Pauyallup Car & Truck
I had a wonderful experience with Puyallup Car and Truck. I did all my "dealing" on the phone after finding the Suburban I'd been looking for online! I drove 4 hours to get there and it was all worth it. I had my 4 kids with me and the sales staff were really awesome. Sweet to the kids & nice to me. No one was pushy. The experience was as good as it could have been as far as I'm concerned. I felt like I got a dood deal and I'm loving my Suburban. It's been a few months and everything is fab!
By: Zyra F.
Pauyallup Car & Truck
I bought a vehicle from Rex about two weeks ago and couldn't be happier. Having worked for a car dealership out in the Midwest prior I was very apprehensive about purchasing a new vehicle. Puyallup Car and Truck has been honest from the get go. Adam in financing was patient and didn't force anything we didn't want or need on us. Upon getting the vehicle home we noticed the tires needed balanced. I called Rex, who returned my call within the hour, arranged for the vehicle to be adjusted, and made sure it was as convenient as possible for us, making sure we didn't pay a thing! These guys are great! They truly have given me faith in the process of buying a car. I would highly recommend them to anyone needing a vehicle.
By: Fred K.
Pauyallup Car & Truck
The thought of having to buy a used car or truck is about as pleasant as getting a root canal. The average person doesn't have a lot of experience in negotiations, and nobody wants to go home feeling like they've been taken advantage of. I am no different. After several weeks of researching used pickup trucks, I narrowed my choices down to 2 very reliable trucks: 2006 Nissan Titan and 2008 Toyota Tundra. Both have high rankings in reliability, maintenance costs, and ownership satisfaction. Using the cargurus app, Puyallup Car and Truck had a well-priced 2006 Nissan Titan that "ticked" all the boxes in my used truck search. Before calling to schedule a test drive, I went on yelp to see what fellow yelpers had to say. Reviews seemed to be wide ranging. Everything from "awesome" to "awful". Since the truck was priced well and had the features I was looking for, I figured I'll check them out for myself. I called and spoke with a salesman named Simon. We scheduled a time later in the day to view the truck, and he said he'd have it out ready for a test drive. When I arrived, I was greeted by Simon with the Nissan Titan parked in the front. Simon's approach was very chill and low pressure. He stated that he's been in the car business for over 20 years, and doesn't believe in high pressure sales tactics. He gave me the keys to the truck and welcomed me to take my time to view the car before we test drive it. He said he would be waiting inside when I'm ready or had any questions. This gave me ample time to start the truck, check for engine noise, check all electronics, lights, wipers, under the hood, and under the truck. After my evaluation, we went on the test drive. The test drive was very thorough. Simon said he wanted me to make sure I take the truck out in real world conditions. We went on surface streets, then onto the freeway to test acceleration. We drove up South Hill to test shift points, then back down the hill to test deceleration and braking. After the test drive, I was ready to negotiate a price on the truck. Simon ushered me inside to meet with the manager Jason to discuss the brass tax. Now I must say, I'm not a hard-ball negotiator. I believe deals can be made which both parties feel like they've won. I basically told Jason I want a smoking deal I can tell everyone about, but, I also understand their company needs to make money too. I told him I have a number I need to reach financially. After several back and fourth discussions, we negotiated a very fair price for my truck. I feel I got a great deal, and their company made money too - win/win.
By: Diana H.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
The men at the South Hill Puyallup Enterprise, are the absolute best! They always have a smile even when there's a line in their business. They are personable and bend over backwards to help you get your rental vehicle without much fuss! The best, friendly, helpful wonderful team that I was lucky to get my rental car needs from!
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By: Joshua R.
Budget Rent A Car
The worst customer service I have ever seen. Truck leaked water check engine light was on and they just put black tape over it to cover it up showed to the rep unit very low on oil put 4 quarts in it and he jesse was the name said he didn't care take it up with budget.

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